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SCSI in Prague for Spring 2014

Prague Bridges

This year we again offer a new course designed to specifically address the growing field of Safety Management System (SMS) and the real world issues faced during its implementation. Also returning this year is a new course on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, focusing on the human role in unmanned operations. In addition, SCSI will be conducting essential training in Aircraft Accident Investigation as well as Human Factors for Accident Investigators for a total of four offerings. Each course is delivered by experienced professionals with first hand knowledge of how these operations succeed and fail. More »

 

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Reveal black box findings for aviation safety - Free Malaysia Today
The ownership issue of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370's black box has been settled without any contention according to International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) rules which state that since the Airliner bears a Malaysian registry, the plane, the ...

Interview: S. Korea to strengthen aviation safety management -- official
- Xinhua
SEOUL, April 15 (Xinhua) -- South Korea has launched a package of measures to strengthen the aviation safety management in 2014, a senior official of South Korea's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said on Tuesday. Two unexpected South ...

European Commission revises aviation safety blacklist
- ATWOnline
The European Commission has updated its aviation safety list, also known as the airline blacklist, removing all airlines from Swaziland, as well as Philippine carrier Cebu Pacific. Removal from the list means those carriers are allowed to operate to ...

Nominations sought for aviation safety award
- AOPA Pilot
The memory of a passenger who perished in an April 1945 airline accident continues to drive an effort to recognize notable achievements in aviation safety. Nominations are being sought for the 2014 Laura Taber Barbour Air Safety Award, conferred by the ...

FAA Upgrades Philippine Aviation-Safety Rating
- Wall Street Journal
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration upgraded the Southeast Asian nation to a top-tier aviation-safety rating, while the European Union lifted a ban on the country's second biggest airline by revenue. The FAA decision, which followed a review of ...

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