Protection of the Reporters – Promoting a Safety Culture
Class Bravo Air is committed to operate according to highest safety standards. To achieve this goal, it is imperative to have uninhibited reporting of all incidents, events, hazards, risks and other information that may compromise the safe conduct of our operations. To this end, every staff member is warmly encouraged to, and responsible for, reporting any safety-related information. Reporting is free of any form of reprisal. The main purpose of reporting is risk control and accident and incident prevention, not the attribution of blame. No action will be taken against any staff member who discloses a safety concern through the reporting system, unless such disclosure reveals, beyond any reasonable doubt, an illegal act, gross negligence, or a deliberate or wilful disregard of regulations or procedures. Our method for collecting, recording and disseminating safety information guarantees the protection to the extent permissible by law, of the identity of those who report safety information.
Note: Any aircraft maintenance discrepancies should be reported to a flight instructor or maintenance personnel as soon as possible so the aircraft may be taken out of service if need be and corrective action performed. This form is not meant to be used as a means to report aircraft maintenance discrepancies.
If you feel that you have violated a FAR or have had a pilot deviation we strongly encourage you to fill out a NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) report as well. To learn more about NASA (ASRS) reports and benefits to you as a pilot click here.