Schwartz, ?Things that are important to us are trained
and qualified people; good ramp control; well-marked
and identified ramp hazards; and good communication.
They can advise things such as helicopter activity or
ground vehicles accessing the ramp.?
Schwartz currently serves as chair of the Safety Committee of the NBAA, and says the committee has formed a working group to look at safety concerns at line service departments. (For information on how to get involved with the NBAA working group, contact Doug Carr at (202) 783-9000.)
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