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SCSI in Prague for Spring 2017

Prague Bridges

This year we offer five courses from SCSI's Safety Management Systems and Aircraft Accident Investigation certificate programs. Each course is delivered by experienced professionals with first hand knowledge of how these investigations and operations succeed and fail. More »
 

Aircraft Accident Investigation
Certificate from SCSI

AAI Series

There is an increasing need for well trained and qualified accident investigators throughout the aviation industry. New regulations and challenging accidents have and will continue to increase the demand for qualified, knowledgeable investigators.

Helping to meet the need for trained accident investigators is the purpose of the SCSI Certificate in Aircraft Accident Investigation. This SCSI certificate formally acknowledges that you have received the training and possess the knowledge to succeed in the Aircraft Accident Investigation profession. This SCSI certificate program has been carefully designed by the SCSI instructional staff and covers the core areas of knowledge and training required in accident investigation. You will take classroom courses and spend time in the SCSI crash lab with "hands-on" investigation training as you complete this certificate program.

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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 »

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About SCSI

Operating worldwide for over a quarter century, SCSI (Southern California Safety Institute) is an established center of excellence in safety training serving global leaders in the aviation, oil and healthcare industries. Headquartered in Southern California, SCSI offers full service safety training and consultation as well as Certificate Programs in Aircraft Accident Investigation and Safety Management Systems — both industry recognized. We have trained tens of thousands of individuals from regulatory, government, commercial, private, corporate, military and non-profit organizations from around the globe. SCSI also provides safety assessments and customized safety training plans for the Healthcare Industry to help improve patient safety and quality outcomes for individuals and communities. More »
 

 

Industry News
Former Seattle FAA official gets top aviation safety post, after a stint at industry group - The Seattle Times
The FAA appointed Ali Bahrami to head its Aviation Safety division. Formerly a senior air safety manager with a 24-year career at the government agency, he was more recently a vice president at the major lobbying organization for the biggest aerospace ...

Aviation Safety: Commission clears all airlines from Benin and Mozambique from EU Air Safety List
- EU News
Following today's update, all airlines certified in Benin and Mozambique are cleared from the list, following further improvements to the aviation safety situation in these countries. On the other hand, the airlines Med-View (Nigeria), Mustique Airways ...

Test lab helps lift Army aviation safety
- Theredstonerocket
The other important piece of aviation safety is mechanical reliability. To aid in ensuring the aircraft and helicopters carrying Soldiers are mechanically sound, various parts and components make a trip to Redstone Test Center Fatigue Test Laboratory ...

Maswanganyi: SA's airports and skies are safe
- Eyewitness News
JOHANNESBURG - Transport Minster Joe Maswanganyi has announced that South Africa's preliminary aviation safety audit results have increased from 83% to 86%. The minister released the audit which was conducted by the United Nations' International ...

Data-Driven Initiatives Support Continued Increase In Aviation Safety
- Aviation Week
While not all 2016 data points met 2015 standards, the five-year average shows a positive safety trend for global commercial aviation. For example, the major jet accident rate was reported at 0.39, or one for every 2.56 million flights. In 2015, the ...

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