Pilot, Engineer, or Air Traffic Controller: Designing a Full-Time Risk Role That Will Take You Places
Modern air travel relies on a whole cast of key players to get travelers to where they’re going. Pilots, aeronautical engineers, navigators, flight attendants, and air traffic controllers use specialized skills and tools to make sure your journey is safe, comfortable, and rewarding. If your risk program feels like it’s flying solo, it might be time to add a full-time risk professional to your ranks. In this session we’ll talk about three potential paths to developing a risk role that fits your organization’s needs now and throughout your risk journey.