14th Jan 2011, 10:09
good day gents,
I would like to have some info's on the safety and quality department of an airline! main roles, responsibilities etc... i'm in the aviation business since quite a time now and I was considering moving into this department!
does anybody have a job description? i would like to know some details before I apply...
30th Jan 2011, 13:09
The lack of response shows the lack of real interest in safety and quality management systems in airlines. Any interest is rapidly damped out by the dullards who claim to be Flight Safety Officers, but are more often Slight Safety Officers.:ugh:
Contrast with the ill-informed speculationfests that follow even the smallest incident here.:yuk:
Sir Niall Dementia
30th Jan 2011, 17:25
You don't say where you are and you will find that SMS and Quality vary the world over so it is almost impossible to give you a straight answer.
I would like to have some info's on the safety and quality department of an airline! main roles, responsibilities etc
We have a Director of Safety in our small charter airline.
He is a retired USAF Colonel with wide civil aviation experience, both schedulred and charter.
We also have old timers in the LHS, who actually pay attention to details.
Safety culture is top-notch, as a result.
30th Jan 2011, 20:39
Culture. Thats a good word. But no doubt backed by good management systems too I bet.