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FAA Safety Briefing

Safety Culture | July/August 2019

The July/August 2019 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on aviation safety culture. Feature articles focus on what a sound safety culture is and explore ways you can integrate those principles into your everyday flying and airman duties. We’ll also look at the many FAA and industry tools available to help you build your own personal safety culture.

The July/August 2019 issue of FAA Safety Briefing focuses on aviation safety culture. Feature articles focus on what a sound safety culture is and explore ways you can integrate those principles into your everyday flying and airman duties. We’ll also look at the many FAA and industry tools available to help you build your own personal safety culture.

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Feature Articles

Culture Club: How the FAA’s Compliance Program Contributes to Safety Culture Culture Club: How the FAA’s Compliance Program Contributes to Safety Culture
Party of One? How to Do a Safety Culture of Just You Party of One? How to Do a Safety Culture of Just You
Engaging the Aviation Community: 5 Ways the FAASTeam Improves Safety Culture Engaging the Aviation Community: 5 Ways the FAASTeam Improves Safety Culture
Darwin vs. Lamarck: The Evolution of Safety Culture Darwin vs. Lamarck: The Evolution of Safety Culture
Break A Rule? See a Safety Issue? File a "NASA Report" Break A Rule? See a Safety Issue? File a "NASA Report"
[Other] Pilots Looking Out For You: Some Trusty Tips on How to Take a Hint [Other] Pilots Looking Out For You: Some Trusty Tips on How to Take a Hint
Better With ADS-B: The Proof is In Better With ADS-B: The Proof is In

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