When every second counts: Best practice for aviation businesses responding to accidents

Learn how your business can prepare for the worst and respond if it should happen.

Speed is of the essence in the case of an accident. How does your aviation business best prepare to respond within that 'Golden Hour' after an incident. This guide runs through the best practices.

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  • Understand the ways in which accidents and incidents can impact your business.
  • Educate yourself on the best practices for aviation businesses when responding to accidents.
  • Receive a checklist that takes you through the basic safety preparations for flying, and the things to consider to survive an emergency.

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"The concept of the Golden Hour is useful as a general rule for rescue operations as it is ideal to undertake and complete a rescue mission as soon as possible following an accident. 

This tight time frame means, as we just said, that every second counts; instead of focusing on searching for your aircraft, you want to spend the Golden Hour rescuing, which is why it's imperative that you already know where your aircraft was at the time of the accident."

Reducing risk in the event of an aviation accident

With every new technological innovation and development, the aviation industry grows incrementally safer. For example, the widespread adoption of real-time aircraft tracking has extended to smaller operations the communication capabilities and safety benefits long enjoyed by commercial airlines.

Technological features that enable you to text or speak with your pilots no matter where they are in the world, can be crucial in responding effectively to accidents.

Download the eBook to learn more about the best practices for responding to aviation accidents.

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