Safety Culture Is Personal At Anderson’s Delta

Credit: Delta Air Lines
On the job for less than six months in his first foray into the aviation industry, a young attorney named Richard Anderson was mobilized in November 1987 with a “go team” of Continental Airlines employees heading to Denver’s Stapleton International Airport. There, a McDonnell Douglas DC-9-14 flying...

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