Flight attendants: "We are last line of defense in aviation security"
March 12, 2013
A recent decision by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to allow small knives on passenger planes is drawing opposition from flight attendants, airlines and politicians as well as the families of victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Featuring revolutionary, patent-pending temple tips engineered for all-day comfort
February 14, 2013
Gateway Safety introduces Flight™ safety eyewear, venturing into a new territory of comfort and style. Flight is revolutionary eye protection, with an exclusive, patent-pending temple design that features the biggest comfort advancement in safety eyewear in a generation.
But you’ll still have to put your seat in an upright position…
January 31, 2013
Airline passengers could get to use their cell phones and other portable electronic devices (PEDs) more while in flight, depending upon the results of a task force study on the issue. Government and industry experts including representatives from the mobile technology and aviation manufacturing industries, pilot and flight attendant groups, and airlines, held their first meeting last week to study PED use.
Supervisors allegedly attempted to coerce him into signing a backdated and incorrect form
December 5, 2012
A pilot who was fired after blowing the whistle on pilot certification fraud was ordered reinstated by OSHA. The whistleblower, a pilot from Illinois, alleges that he was asked to falsify a pilot certification for a training flight he performed with another pilot.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is encouraging travelers to take an active role in aviation safety when they fly this holiday season. Travelers can make their flight even safer by taking a few minutes to follow these guidelines:
Estimated cost: $297, estimated benefits: $247- $470 million
December 21, 2011
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today announced a sweeping final rule that overhauls commercial passenger airline pilot scheduling to ensure pilots have a longer opportunity for rest before they enter the cockpit.
Among the articles in the January 2021 issue of ISHN Magazine, we continue a series on whistleblowers, offer support for lone workers and provide an exclusive analysis of OSHA under the Biden Administration with commentary from a variety of experts.