Landmark Aviation to participate in the FAA safety and management programme
The company made a request, which was granted in March 2012 and so Landmark will take part in the safety and management systems pilot programme
Landmark Aviation will
participate in the FAA’s safety and management systems pilot programme. A
request to the Federal Aviation Administrator to participate in the program was
granted in March 2012. The pilot programme is a collaboration of industry and
the FAA to determine the best opportunities for safety improvement. Landmark
Aviation and the FAA will join in the pursuit of continuous safety improvements
through this programme.
Landmark Aviation is dedicated
to the development of a safety and quality management system (SQMS) to achieve
a continuous improvement level.
“Safety and unparalleled
customer service are core values of the company. Landmark Aviation is committed
to support the comprehensive effort over the next three years,” stated Dan
Bucaro, president and chief execeutive officer of Landmark Aviation.
One step that Landmark
Aviation took toward achieving a continuous improvement safety system was
adding Eric Lugger as the corporate director of safety. He has a strong
background in SQMS implementation, and has been an asset to Landmark Aviation
over the past year. During the first half of 2012, Q-Pulse, a software
application, will be implemented to allow safety data to be recorded
electronically. This will allow detailed analysis of the Landmark Aviation
safety and quality systems.