Overview: Safety Management Systems (SMS) are aviation organisations’ adaptations of the SRM process into everyday operations. An SMS is a top-down comprehensive management program that connects different system safety tools and best practices around a transparent, non-punitive, closed-loop reporting system. The success of Safety Management Systems is predicated on a strong safety culture, solid documentation, and trust. Topic: Safety Promotion Description: This area of SMS is all about training and communicating across the organization to ensure everyone knows their part and that important safety information is disseminated Interest: Marketing, training, engagement Formatting paper should conform to the following format requirements:
• The length of the paper must be between 2000-3000 words (excluding references) with the following suggested, but not required, organisation: o Introduction (200-300words) o Discussion of the background of Safety Management Systems (700-1000 words) o Discussion of chosen aspect (800-1200 words) o Summary/Conclusion (300-500 words) o Reference list Reference list must follow APA formatting. For more information about APA format. Please note, you should only follow the referencing rules of APA format for both in-text citations and the reference list. You do not need to format the paper (margins, running head, etc) according to APA requirements. Must include a minimum of 6 references, including 3 peer-reviewed scholarly articles.