Blog posts tagged in Aviation Risk-Based Audits

Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the value of developing a “Risk-Based” audit approach

Introduction

Risk-based audits allow businesses to adapt more easily to changing conditions by providing a consistent and comprehensive approach to risk management.

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the key factors involved in the process of Aviation Risk Communication

Introduction

Related to your Safety System:

       »  Do you know who are your organisation primary stakeholders?
       »  How are you going to deliver and measure the effectiveness of your communication process?
       »  What communication tools will you use?

Communication-related to the risks faced by the organisation must happen throughout the risk management process.
Effective Communication means not only sharing safety information amongst your peer group but also flowing throughout the organisation, including “up” to the leadership team and “down” to the frontline staff.
All employees should feel comfortable expressing concern regarding safety matters without any fear of retribution from supervisors. (Embracing a “just culture” serves to encourage better and more open communication.)

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Sofema Online www.sofemaonline.com (SOL) considers the fundamental aspects of Aviation Business Risk Management

 
Introduction

Risk management is a decision-making process that is designed to:

       »  Identify hazards in a controlled and systematic way
       »  Assess the degree of risk, and determine the best course of action. Key terms are:

Important Note: Absolute safety is not possible simply because complete freedom from all hazardous conditions is not possible.

Therefore, safety is a relative term that implies a level of risk that is both perceived and accepted.

 

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