Ground safety: how to work towards better statistics

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
It is always good to see an industry colleague taking up the challenge to sensitize us all on the ...

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Sebina Muwanga, Air Transport Regulation Consultant, offers some thoughts for a safer ramp.


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Congratulations on your article Sebina. There is a lot of work ahead to achieve standardization of practices and procedures. But step by step, one day this industry will make it. My best regards.
It is always good to see an industry colleague taking up the challenge to sensitize us all on the importance of reducing aircraft ground damage. This WP is a valiant effort in that regard and I urge you to consider its points and implications to the industry in the event of aircraft damage.
True indeed. If we seek to send a clear message on safe flights, it's necessary that all incidents and accidents that happen on the airside are critically analyzed and mitigated. They may not make international news but get to the ears of so many within the vicinity of their happenings. There is minimal state oversight in regard to ground services save for IATA that audits the service providers for the sake of its members. Classifying accidents based on weight yet we are embracing RPAS whose weight is far much less, it is necessary that the regulatory bodies start expanding their scope to mitigate the future. Thanks Mr. Sebina for the article.
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