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Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Predator

6-10 October 2014 in Long Beach, California

This 4½ day course provides an excellent introduction to the world of UAS and RPAS. It provides a solid foundation for those seeking to operate, design or regulate unmanned aircraft systems and the chance to learn from the expertise of those who have flown them. More »
 

Safety Management Systems
Certificate from SCSI

SMS Series

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SCSI Director Interviewed on Al Jazeera

Steve Preteska

Earlier this year, SCSI's Director of Aircraft Accident Investigation Programs, Steve Preteska, was interviewed by Al Jazeera on the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight 370. View the interview here.
 

Comprehensive healthcare safety

DoctorSCSI’s team has performed safety reviews at Veterans Administration Hospitals, and was selected to participate in a RAND Corporation hospital safety study. Our goal is to help your organization improve quality of care for better patient outcomes. Let us help you become the standard by which others are measured. View brochure »

 

Industry News
TSB calls on government to fix 'troubling' aviation safety deficiencies - Financial Post
The Transportation Safety Board says it's "troubled" by unsafe practices in Canada's air travel sector and called on the government to take action in order to prevent serious accidents. "The slow pace of movement to address safety deficiencies in ...

UN's Aviation Safety Arm Says Risk of Ebola Transmission on Flights Low
- Wall Street Journal
The United Nations' aviation safety arm on Monday tried to reassure nervous airline passengers that the risk of becoming infected from Ebola while on a flight is remote amid a growing death toll from the outbreak. "The risk of transmission of Ebola ...

Aviation Safety: FAA Team to Visit India
- The New Indian Express
With new procedures in place and technical manpower recruited to carry out aviation safety surveillance, the DGCA has sought a review of the FAA's downgrade and sent a letter to the US regulator for a fresh audit of India's safety oversight mechanism.

Aviation safety by the numbers
- CBC.ca
July has been a dangerous month for airline passengers. The month hasn't quite ended and there's already been three major crashes, resulting in 464 deaths, flights to Tel Aviv were cancelled because of safety concerns over the fighting in Gaza and, on ...

Aviation safety, air travelers' concerns at issue during tonight's meeting
- Pacific Daily News
Air travel safety and airline customer concerns will be discussed at a legislative roundtable meeting at 6 p.m. today in the Guam Legislature. Recent incidents involving some of United Airlines' Guam flights, including flight cancellations, the ...

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