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    Learning Culture In An Organisation Key To Aviation Business Success
    Ramp Operations Training

    Learning Culture in an Organization is Key to Aviation Business Success

    Oct. 20, 2022
    Aviation is a fast-changing industry, deeply focused on safety and professionalism, thus continuous training is a must to ensure the quality of operations as well as employee ...
    Keith Clark, senior quality control and technical rep at Phillips 66
    Quality Control

    AviationPros Podcast: Verifying Fuel Type with Clear Communication

    Oct. 7, 2022
    Keith Clark, senior quality control and technical rep at Phillips 66, joins Ground Support Worldwide editor Josh Smith to discuss aviation fuel quality assurance and the Save ...
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    Ramp Operations Training

    Safety Management Systems 101

    Sept. 20, 2022
    An SMS actively looks for safety issues in an FBO’s operations and services offered, considers safety objectives and identifies safety concerns.
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    Ramp Operations Training

    The Differences and Similarities of Passenger vs Cargo Flight Handling

    March 10, 2022
    At a glance, commercial air transport might seem to be a streamlined phenomenon with the purpose of providing transport services from one point to another. Although this is essentially...
    Ground handlers must ensure training systems are set up and resourced to deliver the required training to any new personnel.
    Ramp Operations Training

    The Necessity of Skilled Handlers

    Feb. 17, 2022
    Although the demand for passenger flights has been reduced, it is essential to maintain well-trained employees to ensure safe ramp operations.

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    Ensuring Safety in Wintertime

    Jan. 25, 2022
    Aviation is undeniably an exciting industry, yet people working in it know how challenging and precise the field is. One of the main areas always on everyone’s minds is safety...
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    Ground Handling’s Virtual Classroom

    Dec. 22, 2021
    Online learning has developed exponentially during the pandemic, which has proven beneficial in areas like Central and South America.
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    Virtual Training for Real Applications

    Sept. 23, 2021
    VR can help ground service providers streamline operations, improve capabilities and improve personnel training.
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    How Ground Handlers Create a Culture of Safety

    Aug. 19, 2021
    Encouraging safe behavior in an organization requires significant planning and the implementation of best practices.
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    Re-skilled and Ready to Re-start

    June 17, 2021
    The use of targeted training can allow members of the ground handling workforce to hone new competences and advance professionally.
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    A Plan for the Unexpected

    March 18, 2021
    An effective ERP informs everyone of what to do when disaster strikes at an FBO.
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    The Trouble with Tribal Knowledge

    Dec. 17, 2020
    Workers often develop personal ways of operating on a job. While these norms are functional, they are not always safe, with organizations at risk if the unwritten rules overtake...
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    AviationPros Podcast: Safely Returning the Workforce

    Nov. 27, 2020
    Jason Sparks, director of field safety at Signature Flight Support, joins Ground Support Worldwide editor Josh Smith to discuss the effects that the COVID-19 pandemic has had ...
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    AviationPros Podcast: Thinking About How We Think

    Oct. 16, 2020
    Dr. Benjamin Goodheart, founder and principle consultant at Magpie Human Safety Systems, joins Ground Support Worldwide editor Josh Smith to discuss the quality of mindfulness...
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    Training New Line Service Technicians – Keep Them Safe While They Learn the Business

    Sept. 24, 2020
    Shadowing an established employee may work to get a trainee to understand the basics, but may not provide a systematic understanding on, not only “how,” but “why” the tasks are...
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    How FBOs Can Prevent Misfueling

    Feb. 20, 2020
    Having avoided catastrophe, industry groups are working diligently to ensure aviation fuel is not contaminated with diesel exhaust fluid.
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    Safety From the Ground Up: IS-BAH’s Mission for Safer Ground Operations the World Over

    Dec. 19, 2019
    With more than 200 locations achieving Stage 1 certification, IS-BAH adoption continues to grow rapidly.
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    Best Practices for Worldwide GHSP Training

    Sept. 12, 2019
    There are numerous strategies for ground handling companies to consider when establishing effective safety management and training programs.
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    Find Success in Fuel Training

    Feb. 14, 2019
    With so many planes and fueling nuances, training is an ongoing process and has serious repercussions if not taken seriously.
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    Color-Coded Safety Signage Prevents Accidents

    Oct. 14, 2013
    Safety signage assists ramp agents with understanding possible hazards in the operation and any actions that may need to be taken to prevent an accident.