Are you a quality, safety, audit or risk manager? Do you recognise any of these headaches?
The consolidation, surfacing and visibility of this information is called ‘safety intelligence’ in the aviation business and the systems from which the real or near-time intelligence needs to be drawn include flight planning, crewing and rostering, flight data management, training and competence, safety reporting and engineering systems.
Poor safety intelligence has severe implications, including:
The leading airlines and MRO’s are turning to a new generation of enterprise risk management solutions to transform and modernise business practices, deliver efficiencies and provide a single, consolidated view of every aspect and detail of emerging risk in their operations. These solutions help organisations achieve:
For further information on operational efficiency, have a read at Ideagen’s white paper ‘Efficiency is the Key to Safety Intelligence’. This white paper was written to give aviation professionals an insight into what can be done to achieve operational excellence, high performance and safety intelligence.
About the Author
Gordon McKeown is a software marketing professional with twenty years’ experience in the industry. As Product Evangelist at Ideagen, Gordon’s job is to understand the needs of customers and markets, to drive Ideagen’s products and corporate brands and contribute to its product strategy.