SevenBar Aviation provides initial and ongoing safety orientation and training for all crew members. Medical personnel are encouraged to report any safety incidents or concerns that occur on each flight. SevenBar Aviation’s designated Safety Manager is able to review all post-flight reports and any maintenance or safety hazards or concerns through the use of Seven Bar’s electronic safety management system (WBAT).
The WBAT system provides for immediate notification of safety reports and provides SevenBar Aviation the ability to rapidly respond to safety related events. The WBAT system is part of SevenBar Aviation’s Safety Management System implementation and is provided by the FAA to air carriers accepted into the FAA SMS pilot program.
Our designated base safety officer provides safety training with hands-on, in-aircraft training, egress training with artificially smoked cabin, and will build a training program customized for the needs of the program.
The training program covers safety, survival and AMRM (CRM) training and is based on a template currently used by SevenBar Aviation.
The base safety officer also conducts monthly base safety meetings with all SevenBar Aviation personnel.
We utilize FlightSafety International to provide pilot and technician training services for all turbojet and turbo prop operations utilizing full motion simulators. FlightSafety is an approved FAR Part 142 training center with locations throughout the World. They are also factory training partners for many of the world’s most popular aircraft manufacturers.
Specific weather/terrain considerations for each program are covered in several modules: Operations Specifications, Aviation Weather, Severe Weather Avoidance, Weather Reporting, Approach and Landing Accident Reduction. Additionally, SevenBar Aviation covers site-specific weather and terrain, along with program specific orientation with all new-hire pilots.