Video: Aviation safety program encourages employees to voluntarily report safety issues

Posted on 27 August 2014

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Since 2009, there have been no passenger fatalities on domestic airlines in the US, Ronny “Ronoo” Monsour, VP of Sales for Check-6, said. Mr Monsour, also a pilot for American Airlines, presented the commercial aviation industry’s work methodology at the 2014 IADC Asset Integrity and Reliability Conference in Houston last week. In this exclusive video, Mr Monsour explains the significance of checklists in the cockpit and how the aviation industry’s Aviation Safety Action Program encourages employees to voluntarily report safety issues and events.

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