Graduate Student Works
Aircraft maintenance is a fundamental and necessary element in any aviation operation. In order to be considered safe and airworthy, operators must be diligent in the way aircraft are maintained and how employees are performing. A safety management system (SMS) is an organized approach by management to include every employee of a company that standardizes the procedures a company will follow to improve safety. The structure of SMS was designed by the International Civil Aviation Organization in order to be standardized across different countries and types of operations. Currently, only part 121 U.S. commercial airlines are mandated by the Federal Aviation Administration to have a safety management system in place.
32nd Annual Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference
University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
Scholarly Commons Citation
Kobayashi, T., & Bowen, B. D. (2020). Aviation Maintenance Safety Management Challenges : Thematic Analysis. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/student-works/165
Aviation Safety and Security Commons, Maintenance Technology Commons, Management and Operations Commons