Embed safety management throughout your organization
With our aviation safety management system, you can promptly respond to current events while proactively analyzing trends to mitigate future risks. By leveraging real-time data and comprehensive insights, you can make informed decisions and implement proactive measures to enhance safety across your operations.
Used by leading aviation organizations, our system is designed to ensure seamless coordination and enable a holistic approach to safety management, allowing you to optimize incident response and risk reduction strategies for long-term success.
A real understanding of what quality managers in aviation need
A scalable, user-friendly and functionally rich solution that helps build a proactive and risk-aware culture, comply with regulations and improve efficiency and productivity.
- Organization-specific smart forms.
- Document management and change control.
- Bowtie risk module and business analytics.
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Take control of aviation safety management
Take real control of the management and governance of quality, risk, compliance and safety across your organization. Minimize risks, anticipate problems, harness knowledge and learning and turn it into actions and learnings that will help you thrive.
- Action management.
- Document control and policy management.
- Audit management.
- Change control.
- Business process modelling and automation.
- Incident management and reporting.
- Operation risk management.
- Performance monitoring.
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Women in aviation and aerospace – diversity and business competitiveness
Women have been integral to aviation and aerospace since Katherine Wright Haskell and her vital contributions to the first controlled flight on December 17th 1903. However, we’re now 120 years on from that fateful day and aerospace and aviation is still an industry dominated by men. What can be done to address this imbalance and to attract more women and girls into the industry?Watch the webinar
What will the future of aviation look like?
The aviation industry is once again looking to the skies and towards a bright future. The industry is close to full recovery from the disruption caused by the pandemic and there is an opportunity for those within the industry to expand and gain ground on their competitors.Download now
Aviation staff shortages – shoring up quality and safety
With the busiest travel season the aviation industry set to arrive since the pandemic, it looks like staff shortages will continue to wreak havoc in the industry.Blog
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