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SAFETY AND STANDARDS



The importance of Safety to our Association is depicted in the AMFA Constitution Article II Section 2:
 
1. Raise the standards of and increase recognition of the class and Craft of Mechanics and Related Employees
 
2. Safeguard, with ceaseless vigilance, the safety of the air transportation industry in recognition of high degree of public interest, confidence, and responsibility placed on the members of the Association and network with other people and organizations with similar interest and goals
 
3. Stress "Safety First"


Safety is the cornerstone of the pact between the technician and the flying public.  From the beginning, AMFA has embraced safety by maintaining a leadership position at both the local and national level instead of relegating it to a "committee."  Safety and Standards is an integral part of the Association, from industrial safety to professional standards to a fully capable Accident Investigation Team.



AMFA National Video c. 2012 
SAFETY IN THE AIR BEGINS WITH QUALITY MAINTENANCE ON THE GROUND




AMFA SAFETY & STANDARDS LEADERSHIP


Fred Baisch
Local 14 Safety & Standards Chairman
Alternate AIT Coordinator
safetystandard@amfa14.org

Thomas Wiggins
National Safety & Standard Director
Tom.Wiggins@amfanatl.org 
720-744-6630

 


AMFA SAFETY COMMITTEE




Promoting the highest degree of professional conduct and standards
Aviation Safety Action Program



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Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association Local 14
2800 S 192nd St
Seatac, WA 98188
 

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