NASA Aviation Safety Reporting for UAS Now Online!

NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) for UAS Now Online!

At NUAIR, we believe that safety is not only a core competency, but we also consider it to be a competitive advantage to our operations. Our team of professional aviators and support staff work hard to establish and maintain a safety culture that meets or exceeds industry and FAA standards.

As part of that continuing mission, we believe it is important to get the word out about some exciting changes that many UAS operators may not be aware of yet: NASA’s Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) now has a category for Unmanned Aircraft!

NASA’s Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) now has a category for Unmanned Aircraft!

For those who may not be familiar, NASA established the ASRS in 1976 to address the lack of a consolidated reporting and data-collection system regarding aviation incidents and accidents. In that year, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) established ASRS to collect, analyze, and respond to voluntarily submitted aviation safety incident reports to lessen the likelihood of aviation accidents.

ASRS receives, processes, and analyzes voluntarily submitted incident reports from pilots, air traffic controllers, dispatchers, cabin crew, maintenance technicians, and others. Reports, which may be submitted online via NASA’s website, may describe both unsafe occurrences and hazardous situations. Information is gathered from these reports and disseminated in various ways to all stakeholders.

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