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Aircraft Accident Sites & Hazards (Part 3)

[fa icon="calendar'] 6/27/18 10:30 AM / by Lindsey McCarthy posted in Airlines Industry

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When we don’t have the proper training for the situations we come across, which is when we are in the most danger. Training teaches us what to look for, how to dress, and how to report the dangers we come across. Below is what you need to know when it comes to the FAA’s training regulations.

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Aircraft Accident Sites & Hazards (Part 2)

[fa icon="calendar'] 6/20/18 10:30 AM / by Lindsey McCarthy posted in Airlines Industry

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Everyone knows the dangers of electrocution, but the dangers of noise are not as widely known. There are certain precautions to take for each situation on the aircraft accident site.

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What Is The FAA’s Control Program for Bloodborne Pathogens? (Part 2)

[fa icon="calendar'] 6/13/18 10:00 AM / by Lindsey McCarthy posted in Airlines Industry

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Coming into contact with blood can be very dangerous. You never fully know if there are bloodborne pathogens or other potentially infectious material within the blood that you come into contact with. The Federal Aviation Administration has regulations that need to be followed and met in this specific event, much of it speaking about hepatitis B.

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Aircraft Accident Sites & Hazards (Part 1)

[fa icon="calendar'] 6/6/18 10:30 AM / by Lindsey McCarthy posted in Airlines Industry

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Aircraft accident sites create a lot of hazards, no matter the size of the accident. It is essential to know what dangers you may come across and exactly how to handle each situation.

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What Is The FAA’s Control Program for Bloodborne Pathogens? (Part 1)

[fa icon="calendar'] 5/30/18 10:00 AM / by Lindsey McCarthy posted in Airlines Industry

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Safetec of America, Inc. wants to make sure you and your employees are protected in the event of exposure to bloodborne pathogens and other potentially infectious material. Below are the requirements from the Federal Aviation Administration Control Program listed under chapter 17.

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