“Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect.”
A Different Path to Safety
We’re in the aviation industry. If you’re reading this, we’re kind of guessing you are too. We all know air travel is the safest form of transportation because every company engaged in the field of aviation understands the consequences of “…any careless, incapacity or neglect” as Captain Lamps so eloquently said. Hence, the key challenge in the FBO industry isn’t the why of safety, but rather the how.
Admittedly, safety management isn’t easy. But it doesn’t have to be built upon unnecessarily complicated procedures, punitive policies, empty platitudes, and impossible promises of “risk-free” operations.
FBO Partners proposes a different path toward your vision of safety excellence: One that uses risk reduction as a metric for success, is streamlined, efficient and effective, all the while engaging your employees, encouraging communication, and ensuring compliance – including those pesky regulatory requirements from FAA, OSHA, EPA, and others.
Our path is also less expensive, positively impacts your FBO’s bottom line, and even includes a bit of fun along the way. Stop writing checks for uninsured damage, workers compensation costs, or environmental fines, and transition your FBO’s safety culture to a place where your employees are safety leaders.
Safety Programs and Courses
Online Safety Officer
Would you sleep better knowing you had access to an experienced and certified safety professional that can assist your organization achieve its goals? Your FBO Partners OSO is an experienced FBO leader, previously responsible for running an FBO, a Part 135 air carrier certificate and a global FBO safety program. Sound expensive, right? It’s not. In fact, it’s probably less than you’re paying for cookies or popcorn each month at the FBO.
Onsite Safety Program Review
Not sure what the status of your safety program is? What you don’t know *can* hurt your business. Don’t wait until you have an accident, injury, fuel spill, or visit from your friendly state or federal regulator to learn of a potential non-compliance. Move from reactive to proactive with your safety program with our two-day, Onsite Safety Program Review. The Onsite Safety Program Review includes:
OSHA 10-hour or 30-hour Certification Training
Is your safety committee ready to “take it to the next level” by getting formal OSHA certification, either 10-hour or 30-hour? Perhaps you would like your supervisors or management team to build on their operational experience with such a safety certification.
We’re often asked what the difference is between our 10-hour and 30-hour OSHA Certification Training.