Prism Joins Mitre-Led Govt-Industry Aviation Safety Information-Sharing Program

120509-N-KQ416-056Prism has joined a Mitre-administered government-industry information-sharing program funded by the Federal Aviation Administration and will provide its Aviation Risk Management Online Resource to serve as a participating platform for aviation safety report submissions.

Prism said Wednesday it will participate in the Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing program that serves to facilitate safety information exchanges and provide support resources for the aviation industry.

“Every business aviation flight operation should consider joining ASIAS not only to share information via safety reports but to also gain the benefits of access to troves of directed studies, safety metrics, industry benchmarking and vulnerability discoveries,” said Steve Witowski, a Prism vice president.

“The value of gaining insight into previously unknown issues or accident precursors goes beyond measure.”

ASIAS aims to provide a national resource for National Airspace System aviation operators in the form of a network of safety information sources that work to update safety management systems used across the sector.

Prism is a subsidiary of Argus international and a provider of safety management systems.

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