The Global Safety Information Project (GSIP) seeks knowledge related to safety data collection and processing from aviation industry stakeholders in two key regions: Asia-Pacific and Latin America.

  • The key outcomes expected from
    the study include:
  • Identifying how many entities collect safety data
  • Learning how the data is processed
  • Learning how the results of data collection and processing are applied to promote aviation safety

It is increasingly clear that the collection, analysis and sharing of safety
data and information represents the greatest potential for continued,
long-term improvement of the aviation industry’s already stellar safety
performance. It is also clear that realizing that potential on a global scale requires a coordinated, international effort among industry
and government stakeholders.

— Jon Beatty, President and CEO, Flight Safety Foundation

Focus group locations and dates:

Latin America
Mexico City, Mexico: July 20 – 21
Panama City, Panama: July 23 – 24
Rio de Janeiro or Brasilia, Brazil: August 17 – 18
Caribbean, location TBD: August 20 – 21

Wellington, New Zealand: July 2
Sydney, Australia: July 6
Singapore: July 8
Hong Kong: July 10
Tokyo, Japan: July 13
Tokyo, Japan: August 5
Hong Kong: August 7
Delhi, India: August 10
Jakarta, Indonesia: August 12
Manila, Philippines: August 14

Information sessions
Medellin, Colombia: June 22 – 25
Lima, Peru: July 9 – 10

Help determine the strengths and current capabilities of each region. Sign up here or 703-739-6700 to learn how you can participate.