Aviation safety is paramount, and establishing a ‘Just Culture’ reporting environment, in which frontline operators can feel confident that they will not be punished for reporting incidents and providing essential safety-related information, while remaining clear about where the line must be drawn between acceptable and unacceptable behaviour, is key to the operation of a safe air transport system. Just Culture aims to foster mutual trust, learning and responsibility, so that knowledge is shared to prevent future safety occurrences, and that safety investigations and judicial processes regarding aviation incidents or accidents can each maintain their own independence and objectivity, without undue interference with each other.
Major developments towards implementation of the global aircraft-in-distress service
Diversity of thought: surviving and thriving in a changing world
EUROCONTROL & ICAO strengthen cooperation to improve aircraft tracking around the globe
Working with the UN, ICAO and NATO to counter aviation terrorism