For effective safety leadership in a business aviation environment, the entire organization must work together to fully embrace a proactive safety mindset supported by a “just culture” and evidenced by not only participation and belief in the culture, but the willingness to share safety data with fellow aviation professionals.

This second foundation for safety highlights the need for an effective set of beliefs, values, attitudes and practices from executive management to the flight line. Use the tools and information below to assess your own safety culture and learn how to make improvements.


Conducting a Safety Culture Survey
An overview of recommended best practices for measuring and evaluating your safety culture.

Safety Culture Survey
Use this survey to assess organizational values, operations interactions, formal and informal safety indicators, and to help build a positive safety culture in your flight department.