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JEFA's Safety Philosophy

When it comes to aviation, safety is one of the most talked about subjects. And general aviation is no exception. Safety is usually discussed from a negative point of view accidents do happen. It is therefore our goal to develop a sound safety program, to establish and maintain an open and proactive, non-threatening and non-punitive safety environment, and to foster safety conscious attitudes among all members. Our members, every one of them, are the key elements in JEFA’s safety culture. Safety is everyone’s responsibility.

In other words, JEFA’s goal is to attract, train and retain safety-conscious members who, irrespective of their flying credentials and experience level, strive to be proficient, professional and safe both in the cockpit and on the ground. Anything practical that can be done to increase safety awareness, to improve safety practices and to prevent accidents, incidents and injury will be done.

JEFA’s approach to safety is to be as impartial and objective as humanly possible and make decisions and interpretations to safety-related matters irrespective of the rank or title the involved persons hold within JEFA or within Jeppesen’s organization.

JEFA’s Safety Handbook outlines standard methods and operating procedures which are generally consistent with accepted and established industry practices. With regard to safety, as an absolute minimum, all applicable Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and aircraft-specific documentation apply.

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