It is surprising to me that a dozen national governments have willingly institutionalized “blind-eye” policies in the name of safety. Specifically, they have established voluntary reporting programs under which they grant confidentiality and, for the most part, immunity to pilots, mechanics and others who report safety concerns or confess to violating aviation regulations. The governments’ rationale is that by putting such policies in place, reporters will be more willing ...
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