Turbulence Management Toolkit
Turbulence is the leading cause of injury in non-fatal accidents. 25% of serious injuries result in diversions. Unrestrained equipment can damage cabin interior and may seriously injure passengers and crew.
Reducing turbulence injuries revolve mostly around robust SOP’s, enhanced training to raise cabin crew awareness and how to apply counter-strategies to mitigate the risk of being injured. The Turbulence Management Toolkit helps airlines design strategies to efficiently handle turbulences, thus preventing injuries and generating significant savings. The toolkit also offers essential cost analysis and statistics, to brief airline management and obtain the support needed to implement change.
What you will find in the toolkit
- Safety Officers Tools:
- Guidance material for hazard identification and safety risk management
- Guidance material to evaluate and redefine current procedures
- Statistics for benchmarking and other means to diagnose and correct specific issues within an airline
- Training Tools:
- Case studies, workshops and supporting documentation and presentations that can be integrated into current training courses
- Management Tools:
- Guidance on risk control and mitigation
- Guidance on threat and error management
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