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New decade, new safety challenges for ANSPs

9 June 2010 | By Brendan Booth, CANSO Safety Manager

Safety is always the first priority of an ANSP, but increasingly there has been a shift in recent years away from safety as the sole concern of an ANSP. Airlines are focusing more on efficiency – both on the ground and in the air – and even safety itself is…


The pilots’ role in the safety chain

29 March 2012 | By Jim McAuslan, General Secretary of the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA)

The safe operation of airports, of aviation generally, relies on many factors. As has been said before, you only need one link in the safety chain to fail to bring about potential disaster in this potentially dangerous business. Pilots play one of the most vital parts in that safety chain,…


To be the best means being safe

6 June 2012 | By Arun Rao, former Chief of Aerodromes, Air Routes and Ground Aids, ICAO

The growth of air traffic movements to meet the demands of the travelling public has led to the expansion and modernisation of airports to handle a greater number of aircrafts of different sizes and capacities. Airports have been competing amongst themselves to be the best, to succeed in attracting and…


Improving safety for ground handlers

1 December 2006 | By Christine Barringer, Head of Transportation Sector, Health and Safety Executive

The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) is responsible, along with colleagues in Local Authorities (LAs), for enforcing health and safety legislation and standards in all work activities in Great Britain.

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