For regulatory compliance and competitive reasons, investment by airlines in technology is endemic and business owners are faced with the responsibility for making technology decisions. The media regularly documents the escalating consequences to business owners where decisions lead to a data breach or extended loss of service. Shareholders are becoming less forgiving. The Takeflite approach to data security is to act as an aggregator for specialist providers, enabling a core Takeflite development team to focus on the continually changing strategic needs of our customer community. This approach is neither the cheapest nor the most expensive, but does enable new investment in infrastructure every month to mitigate the continuously changing threat environment with the latest technologies.
Safety Management / QA system includes:
- Occurrences (aka incidents). Whether it's an in-flight occurrence or a maintenance defect, you document the entire Occurrence in detail.
- Actions. Be able to assign specific actions to users, define a specific due date if necessary and get the users to record their responses.
- Follow up items. Document and track all the follow up items once an Occurrence is completed.
- Hazards and Risks. Quickly and easily document all your hazards, then determine the risk based on a risk matrix that you have approved.
- Notifications. When new Occurrences are logged or actions assigned to users, the system can notify you via Email, SMS (txt) and the internal Takeflite Messaging service.
- Document Management. Upload files (i.e. pictures, PDFs, videos) against your Occurrences, Hazards and Audit Findings.
- Dashboard. Easily see what is assigned to you, what is coming and overdue.
- Audit trails. Be confident that the system is tracking all changes made by users.
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Interesting interview with Air New Zealand and Forum for the Future co-founder Sir Jonathan Porritt on Air New Zealand's new sustainability plan. Interesting point that sustainability does not just mean focusing on environmental issues but also business practices that can create longevity and less waste through information efficiency and technologies.
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