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AVIA 5510 Spring 2010 Aviation Safety Programs
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Table of Contents Statement of policy 1 Organization 1 Authority and Responsibility 2 Reporting of Accidents, incidents and hazardous 3 Distribution of Aviation Safety Information 4 Aviation Safety Committee 6 Aviation Safety Audits 7 Aviation Safety Training 8 Aviation Safety Award 9 Aircraft Accident Investigation 10 Aviation Safety Analysis 11 Review and Revision 12
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Statement of policy The company's mission is to manage the air transport service inside or  outside of U.S. in a safe, efficient, well-managed, economical and proper  manner. The company may exercise its power to develop air transport  services so as to ensure maximum profitability and make available such  services at cheap fare as far as possible. SkyHigh Airlines takes personal  responsibility for the safety of each traveler and every crew member.   Safety is the very foundation of  SkyHigh  Airlines and its number one priority  to ensure the safety of its Airlines customer and employee. It is the  SkyHigh  culture of Airlines for employees to follow the golden rule and “do the right  thing.” It also intends to provide a safe and healthful working environment  free of known hazards for its employee. It also intends to provide the safest  possible air transportation to its customers.  Organization Safety director is responsible for keeping the highest management officials about flight, maintenance, ground safety practice and procedure. The director of safety should provide safety concern and findings to appropriate senior operation managers for appropriate corrective action. In addition he or she should be primary participants in the development of an internal evaluation program. An aggressive safety strategy will be incorporated into all department  activities.  Safety is an individual responsibility and must exist in the  thinking, planning and actions of all employees. All employees are 
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expected to participate and take an active role in the identification,  reduction and elimination of hazards.  SkyHigh  considers accident prevention  a major objective in all department operations . Authority and Responsibility Aviation Safety Director has the authority to: Represent the safety department regarding aviation safety matters in dealing with government agencies and professional organization. Conduct an investigation of any aviation safety related event. Conduct reporting, investigation and audit of aviation safety related event. Develop necessary forms and instruction for implementing the safety department program.
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