Mon, Apr 30, 2012
Global Aerospace Launches Site With Multiple Partners
A new website dedicated to providing safety resources to the aviation community hax been launched by Global Aerospace Inc. Developed through the company's SM4 safety program the new website is an indispensable resource for aviation professionals who are serious about improving and promoting safety within their organizations.
Program director Richard Keltner says "The articles and tools found on the new website can have an immediate, positive effect on a company's safety program. The entire site is dedicated to the improvement of Safety Management Systems (SMS) and safety culture, regardless of a company's size or specialization within aviation".
The SM4 website includes an expanded resource library with powerful search tools, allowing user to access numerous articles and tools on the site covering a wide range of safety issue for no charge. The site's search engine allows location of resources by keyword, topic or author. All articles and tools in the Resource section can be converted to PDF files that can be printed or distributed by email. This allows users to share content with people within their organizations as part of their safety promotion efforts.
The new SM4 site is also home to an aviation safety blog with insights and information provided by SM4's partners and leadership team. The blog's goal is to create cutting edge conversations about the most important topics in aviation safety and risk management.
SM4's new website provides information about the SM4 Partners. These organizations and individuals are highly regarded experts who collaborate with Global Aerospace to provide current, high quality aviation safety support tools and information. Each partner provides a unique focus on each of the components that add up to a comprehensive safety system. The SM4 Partners are Baldwin Aviation, Convergent Performance, Fireside Partners LLC, ICF SH&E and MedAire Inc. The new
SM4 website also contains information on upcoming SM4 Safety Seminars sponsored by Global Aerospace, current and past issues of the SM4 Safety Newsletter and links to other safety-related websites.
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