Most aviation service providers need guidance when planning for their aviation LOSA programs.
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Line Operations Safety Audit (LOSA) has been a proactive safety management tool since the mid-1990s. LOSA is a formal risk management process that requires expert trained observers. These trained observers make between 80 to 200 operational observations for each LOSA audit. LOSA audits collect safety-related data in real-time during actual operations.
LOSA observers focus on environmental conditions, operational complexity and how the human element interacts between machine and the environment.
For a typical LOSA observation team will make between 80 to 120 observations. Managing data from your LOSA program is not a trivial exercise.
Some companies fill out observation forms on paper and later enter the data into MS Excel spreadsheets. Entering 80 to 200 observations is time consuming and prone to error.
LOSA software is available for:
LOSA software has an offline component that can be run on:
An online version is also available for Maintenance and Ramp LOSA that have no need for offline capabilities.
Once observers have completed entering in their observations, their data is submitted for data cleansing and verification.
A LOSA dashboard is also available to present managers with a real-time snapshot of each LOSA, whether it is in progress or it happened years ago.
Aviation LOSA software must have good support and come from a reputable aviation software company. The company providing this LOSA software solution has been in business since 2003 and has aviation clients around the world.