News Archive

2015

DB&A Delegate to Human Factors in Aviation Safety Conference

November 11, 2015

DB&A participated as a delegate in this Chartered Institute for Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF) conference held in East Midlands, United Kingdom.   This important aviation safety event explored methods to enhance international aviation safety through the application of new and innovative approaches to human factors and safety risk management.

DB&A Supports ICAO Fatigue Risk Management Systems Taskforce in Atlanta

June 30, 2015

DB&A provided expert support to the International Civil Aviation Organization, ICAO, Fatigue Risk Management Systems (FRMS) Taskforce to continue development of international FRMS guidance for Air Navigation Service Providers.  The meetimng in Atlanta, GA brought together experts from airlines, regulators and air naviagtion service providers to work across the air services industry to align fatigue-related safety management practices.

DB&A certified as an International Standards Support Services Affiliate by IBAC

March 31, 2015

DB&A receives official recognition from the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) as a an International Standards Support Services Affiliate (ISSSA) for the International Standard – Business Aviation Operations (IS-BA0) program.  This provides DB&A with formal recognition for its expertise in supporting clients in developing safe aviation operations, and further demonstrates DB&A's commitment to the safety of the international air services industry.

DB&A Supports Human Performance Program at FAA ATO

February 25, 2015

DB&A has begun providing management consulting support to the new Human Performance program in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Air Traffic Organization.  Specifically, DB&A is helping to define the three elements of the program – Human Factors, Fatigue Risk Management and Health and Wellness, and then develop business objectives and associated work plans for each of the program elements.  DB&A’s unique skill set in developing innovative, science-based approaches to improving human performance will enable to new program to be established quickly a