or “Pillars” for FAA, IATA/IOSA, EASA, and Transport Canada
Civil Aviation Authorities around the world are structuring their aviation SMS requirements around the ICAO document 9859. ICAO Document 9859 has strongly influenced the FAA, EASA, IATA/IOSA, Transport Canada, and others to develop an SMS framework based on the following four elements or "pillars." SMS Pro was created as an SMS tool first and foremost. SMS was not an afterthought.
Look at the available modules to realize this is a very complete system.
In November 2006, ICAO mandated that each country require their aviation service providers to adopt a formal safety management system.
When the Australians and Canadians started creating their aviation safety management systems.
Aviation safety management software may take on many forms. We have seen MS Excel spreadsheets called "aviation safety management software."
When you don't have time to organize data, communicate safety promotion activities or perform the other 50 tasks.
In the perfect world, everyone in the company and your stakeholders use your aviation safety management software.
When tools are built, the tool maker first must understand the task at hand. In the case of aviation safety management software.
Not every aviation company needs safety management software. When labor is cheap, you may find it is easier to have the data manipulated.
Independent consultants rate SMS Pro as having these favorable attributes: price, cutomer service, ability to customize/configure, and multilingual capability.