Armed Forces, Aviation, Industry, Maritime, Oil & Gas / 18.02.2020

On the other hand and slightly less visible, includes the enormous financial impact an aviation or maritime carrier will face after a disastrous accident. The aviation company ValueJet was, in essence, grounded during an investigation for an accident, by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in June 1996. When the company was permitted to ‘fly’ in September of the same year, it couldn’t face the financial problems that had risen from the investigation. Today with the presence of aviation and maritime companies in financial tabloids, it urges them to keep their reputation at high standards, void of unpleasant surprises from equivalent events that might force them to lose their stock values from an uncontrollable spiral within a few hours. Creating this introductory article, it is worth noting that the visitor will not discover just photographs and heroic nautical stories, or equivalent articles that will display ‘superhuman’ abilities.  As much due to abiding to the procedures of transport, it entails humility and a low profile that comes from professional responsibility, but also because the people responsible of the website believe in the maxim:...

Armed Forces, Aviation, Industry, Maritime, Oil & Gas / 18.02.2020

Brussels, 1928. Surely Einstein must have been right somehow, directing the above phrase to Niels Bohr, in order to express doubt regarding the “Uncertainty Principle” Official data that relate as much to aviation as well as marine accidents confirm the well known scientist’s maxim. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in the US (OSHA), just 2% of accidents cannot be predicted, thus unavoidable, while the remaining 98% could have been avoided through better management. We welcome you to the new AMSI-Aeronautics and Maritime Safety Institute, which will be expressed through this website. The principle focus of the website is Safety. Aviation and Maritime safety, including fields in industry where risk is necessary to be detected and managed sufficiently in all operations it presents itself....