Scott Stahl

Scott Stahl
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Scott graduated in 2006 from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Prescott Campus with a Bachelor's in Aeronautical Science. While working for nearly 7 years as a full time flight instructor, check airman, extreme upset recovery instructor and part time faculty member at Embry-Riddle's Prescott Campus, he obtained his Master's in Safety Sciences in 2015. He currently works for a major US Airline and has accumulated over 4,500 hours in various airplanes. Scott is an FAA Gold Seal CFI and was a designated Master CFI from 2013-2015.

Safety Management Systems

In Safety Matters, we have spent most of the last year talking about the various safety programs that exist, their development, their purpose and...

Threat and Error Management

Most people in aviation are familiar with the concept of Crew Resource Management and the fact that it is designed to foster an open...

ADS-B – Collision Avoidance and Traffic Separation for Tomorrow

Initially, this month’s article was planned to address T.E.M. or Threat and Error Management, but due to a special request, the topic is Automatic...

LOSA

In previous articles, we have talked about the various programs that exist on the safety side to help prevent accidents from occurring. Of course,...

The 1500 Hour Rule

3As most aspiring professional pilots are probably aware, in 2010 Congress passed the “Airline Safety and Federal Aviation Administration Act of 2010” which would...

United Flight 173

Captain: “You gotta keep ‘em running.” Engineer: “Yes sir.” This fateful exchange shows insight into a world that once was, but thankfully no longer exists. It...

Non-Routine Operations Reporting

Continuing with the theme of reactive policy changes in aviation, and leading up to how they will relate to the future of SMS operations,...

FOQA

In the last article, we discussed the advent and development of the ASAP system for pilots to report operational issues encountered during routine and...

A.S.A.P.

In the last issue we discussed the NASA ASRS reporting system in detail and discussed how it allowed, for the first time, data collection...

NASA’s ASRS

As we have discussed in previous articles, several decades ago safety trends began to highlight the Human Factors aspect of aviation safety as aircraft...

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