November 2, 2011
Global Aerospace Deploys New Aviation Safety Poster Series
Parsippany, NJ - Global Aerospace, Inc., a leading provider of aerospace insurance products and services, has introduced a new poster series as part of its ongoing commitment to fostering greater safety among its customers and the aviation community at large. The posters were revealed at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Annual Meeting & Convention in Las Vegas on October 10, 2011.
The posters focus on four essential aspects of a proactive safety culture: Planning, Prevention, Response and Recovery. They are designed to be used to enhance the Safety Promotion pillar of a Safety Management System and are available free of charge to aviation professionals, safety managers and risk managers.
Delivered on a quarterly basis throughout 2012, interested parties can order a set of the posters by contacting Global Aerospace at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting the company’s SM4 safety program website at http://sm4.global-aero.com/safety-posters/.
“Our customers want an insurance partner who supports their safety initiatives,” said Jeffrey Bruno, Chief Underwriting Officer at Global Aerospace. “The poster series is a dynamic new tool to help aviation companies fulfill the safety promotion component of a comprehensive safety management system.”
Richard Keltner, the leader of Global’s SM4 program said, “A vital component of a safety management system is the promotion of safety through frequent reminders to employees and other stakeholders. The posters were designed to do just that.”
In addition to this dynamic poster series, Global Aerospace offers other valuable safety resources to the aviation community including: a safety resource website; training seminars featuring numerous thought leaders in aviation safety; safety newsletters; and other instructional resources.
The posters were designed by The Creative Alliance, a Colorado-based branding and communications firm specializing in general aviation marketing.