OSHA’s website has some excellent suggestions - specifically aimed at ramp workers - for preventing common worker injuries.
With ramp worker turnover so high, it’s especially important for supervisors and managers to ensure that safety policies are not only in place, but actively monitored to ensure compliance.
A lawsuit against United Airlines says the carrier will routinely jettison passenger bags to make weight for profitable cargo.
Gina Spadoni, the plaintiff in the suit, took a United flight from Chicago to Los Angeles in September and paid $25 to...
With more and more attention paid to the quality of drinking water, it’s critical for operators to properly and routinely clean and test their potable water trucks.
There is now some evidence from the fast food industry that even small hourly increases in wages and increased benefits can have a significant impact on reducing turnover.
Initial reports point to the possible failure of the ground handling company to place chocks behind the aircraft wheels.
An unplanned for increase in traffic could clearly disrupt operations and cause untold headaches for everyone.
The GTAA undertook a 90-day review of just what happened on five particularly cold days in January this year that wreaked havoc on its operations.
Progress made, no doubt, but both sides still seem to question the other on what should be done to improve safety.
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If working on the ramp is your life attending the annual premier ground equipment show in Las Vegas is a must.
Grappling with the difficulty of attracting the attention of GSE operators during aircraft movement.