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Aviation Safety: FAA Management Practices for Technical Training Mostly Effective; Further Actions Could Enhance Results
Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
One key way that the FAA makes air travel safer is to inspect the manufacture, operation, & maintenance of aircraft that fly in the U.S. To better direct its resources, FAA is shifting from an inspection process that relied on spot-checks of compliance with reg’s. to one that evaluates operating procedures & analyzes inspection data to identify areas that pose the most risk to safety. While the FAA believes the new approach requires some technical knowledge of aircraft, there have been long-standing concerns over whether FAA inspectors have enough technical knowledge to identify risks. This report reviewed the extent that FAA follows effective management practices in ensuring that inspectors receive up-to-date technical training. Charts & tables.
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