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More "Just Culture" moves in the wider industry?

Old 21st Oct 2015, 14:19
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More "Just Culture" moves in the wider industry?

Is this the beginning of a wider co-operation on Just Culture? From an EBAA press release:

The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and Vistair, a leader in the provision of web-based safety, efficiency and compliance services to the airline industry, have signed a collaboration agreement to develop a safety reporting platform that will vastly improve the accessibility, volume and quality of safety relevant information for the business aviation community, enabling even higher levels of safety.

This system will form the technological pillar of an initiative named E-CASE, which aims to promote ‘Just Culture’ within the industry (a concept keenly encouraged by the European Commission and the European Aviation Safety Agency – EASA).

As such the E-CASE programme will support the objectives of Regulation 376/2014 on reporting, analysis and follow-up of occurrences in civil aviation, which will apply from November 2015.

The technological arm of E-CASE will take the form of a web platform based on the already existing Vistair Web application, Air Safety Central.

It will allow business aviation stakeholders to share anonymous safety data in a user-friendly and secure way, and will be tailored for data analysis on an individual and sector level, which will multiply the benefits for all users. The platform, with full functionalities, will be launched and available to the business aviation community by the end of the year.

“Just Culture is simply paramount to safety; everyone talks about it, but for cultural, and other, reasons its implementation is only partial and tardy. We want to give it a long-overdue boost. Developing this operational tool with Vistair will help to further promote and support the exchange of safety data within the European business aviation community, and beyond. We are pleased to be able to demonstrate that EBAA and its members are leading the way to even higher level of safety in the sector,” said Razvan Prunean, EBAA Manager Safety, Rulemaking & Operations.

“A central theme of our design philosophy is promoting ‘Just Culture’ as the fundamental principle of good flight safety. This opportunity, with EBAA’s decision to also embrace the concept, will doubtless have a positive effect in the wider aviation industry,” said Ian Herbert, CEO of Vistair.

“Efficient safety reporting and analysis is one thing; however, the sharing of that information across an entire community takes safety knowledge and awareness to a whole new level. We hope to pave the way for greater safety perception in Business Aviation and safety leadership across other industries.”
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