STUDENTS NO LONGER EMPLOYED

Q.  I have a student that doesn’t work at our operation any more. How can I take him/her off my training rosters, reports or All Students page?

A.  The Administrator has the ability to make any employee Inactive, which removes the employee from all rosters and the “All Students” page.

  1. After logging in as the administrator, click on the student’s name so it’s highlighted.
  2. Then, press the “Edit Student” button, select the drop-down status field and change from active to inactive, then save.
  3. To review or reactivate any student (while logged-in as the administrator) scroll to the far right of the page, change the drop-down selection to inactive. This page will show all inactive records. From here, you would follow step 2 (above) and simply change the status to active and save.

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Thank you and enjoy your training experience! 

NATA Safety 1st Team – Louis Soares

FlyCorporate: Standards Can Take FBOs to New Heights

FlyCorporate recently published an article on the benefits of becoming IS-BAH certified. Find out more about what an IS-BAH rating can do for your FBO and how to get started.

UPDATES! UPDATES! UPDATES!

QWe have a new administrator/trainer…how do I update my company information?

A.  After you log-in as the administrator, click on the Company Info button in the top right corner to verify or change your contact information to receive the latest updates by e-mail or phone.

The top section identifies an Alternate contact, trainer, or general managerThe bottom section identifies the Primary Company Administrator or Trainer.

Update your information regularly so we are always able to contact you with the latest Safety 1st updates!

 Subscribe to “The Safety Net.” Join our blog to stay informed and engaged with the Safety 1st program. You won’t just hear from me either, we have contributors from the rest of the Safety 1st and NATA team — along with a few recognized safety and training experts across the general aviation industry. We are always open to new voices and ideas in the Safety 1st community, so if you have something to say about safety or training, please feel free to drop us a note at safety1st@nata.aero or subscribe at https://natasafetynet.wordpress.com/!

As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to e-mail the NATA Safety 1st team at safety1st@nata.aero.

Thank you and enjoy your training experience! 

NATA Safety 1st Team – Louis Soares

OSHA Announces FY 2015 Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards

In a press release from the National Safety Council, the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration released its top 10 most frequently cited standards. According to the NSC, the FY 2015 top 10 are:

  1. Fall Protection (1926.501) – 6,721
  2. Hazard Communication (1910.1200) – 5,192
  3. Scaffolding (1926.451) – 4,295
  4. Respiratory Protection (1910.134) – 3,305
  5. Lockout/Tagout (1910.147) – 3,002
  6. Powered Industrial Trucks (1910.178) – 2,760
  7. Ladders (1926.1053) – 2,489
  8. Electrical – Wiring Methods (1910.305) – 2,404
  9. Machine Guarding (1910.212) – 2,295
  10. Electrical – General Requirements (1910.303) – 1,973

Click here to learn more about OSHA Standards.

Click here to read the full NSC Press Release.