Aug 09, 2013
Many Canadian companies use Web based aviation safety management (SMS) software SMS Pro. This aviation SMS software has many predefined reporting forms and now includes Transport Canada's Bird/Wildlife reporting form.
May 02, 2013
SMS Pro is being translated into Chinese: 1) Traditional; and 2) Simplified. NWDS expects the translation to be completed within the next week. SMS Pro's Web based aviation safety management software has been available in five languages.
Apr 29, 2013
SMS Pro's aviation safety management software recently included an optional Aircraft Pilot Scheduler. First version allows for more than simply scheduling pilots and aircraft. Safety portal can implement multiple schedulers, depending on the purpose.
Apr 25, 2013
New Gap Analysis model has been added to the popular Web based aviation safety management software SMS Pro. The Gap Analysis is an important step in implementing aviation safety management systems required by most airlines and airports today.
Apr 19, 2013
New aviation safety management software features added to SMS Pro's airline/airport safety software. These features allow email attachments to be easily incorporated into the documentation of the airline or airport risk management processes.
Apr 11, 2013
SMS Pro has a configurable Aircraft Weight & Balance module that works on an iPhone or iPad (or other smartphone). This module works even when connectivity to the Internet is lost.
Apr 03, 2013
New aviation safety reporting software tools added to SMS Pro.
Apr 02, 2013
Aviation safety management software typically follows ICAO's four pillars. Mature aviation safety software products are adding new features that not directly related to safety regulatory requirements.
Mar 11, 2013
SMS Pro is Web based software that allows airports (aerodromes) in setting up and effectively managing an ICAO compliant safety management system (SMS). SMS Pro facilitates airport management of both reactive and proactive safety processes.
Mar 07, 2013
Chain of command in risk management indicates that there is only one person ultimately responsible for airline and airport accidents, incidents and irregularities. Often an issue needs to be managed by two divisions independently. New workflow rules