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ALC-534: The Buck Stops with Me
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Dr. Bill Johnson
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Passing the Buck

While aviation maintenance personnel are fully aware of the consequences of failing to follow procedures (FFP) – and have likely received training on this issue – FFP continues to be one of the leading safety issues in aviation maintenance.

The purpose of the FFP: The Buck Stops with Me course is to help aviation maintenance personnel better understand and appreciate how an organization’s culture affects safety with respect to FFP. Once learners have completed the course, they will be equipped with the tools to champion a commitment to reduce FFP events in their working environments.

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