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The Preflight Mitigator web-application is a fully customizable safety risk management tool and satisfies one of the four elements in your Safety Management System. The application is built to easily allow you to incorporate any safety or ops manual your department utilizes! Check out our FOM and SMS Support page to learn how Preflight Mitigator can keep critical flight safety policies top-of-mind for your pilots!
If you need assistance with creating your Safety Policy for your SMS, we've partnered with Wilding Air in order to provide our customers a trusted resource when it comes to building out their flight operations manual or safety policies.
If you need assistance with the Safety Promotion piece of your SMS, we've partnered with Advanced Aircrew Academy in order to provide our customers a trusted resource when it comes to training, communication, and other actions that create a positive safety culture within all levels of your workforce.
Use our service along side our partners, and you will find it's the best way to build and manage your Safety Management System.
You should only need to enable one software product with Preflight Mitigator. Determining which product integration to enable depends on where you want the risk information to be sent back and displayed within.
For example, if you use both Airplane Manager and ForeFlight Dispatch, and both of those products are integrated with each other, then you only need to enable the product integration for the one you want Preflight Mitigator to send risk data back to. The reason is our product will pull data from either and if they already share the data between the two, we only need information from one of the products to create and assign assessments.
Note: Enabling multiple products which all talk to each other will cause issues with duplicated information.
Yes we do. We actively keep the user guide up-to-date in a google doc that you can either link to within your company's internal documentation (recommended) or export/download a PDF version. You can access the guide here: Preflight Mitigator User Guide.
Yes, we do! If you are a non-profit organization, flight school, or an exceptionally large organization, we provide special pricing. Contact us to start a conversation, but please make sure to include how many users you will need and an estimated number of flights your team completes per month on average.
Yes, you can! We have a "Refer and Earn" program. If you refer someone that signs up and becomes a paying customer, you will receive an Amazon gift card!
No, not at this time. The product comes with one default risk assessment that is built from the IS-BAO assessment and approved by the FAA.
However, we have clients from all different industries, and they have all customized the assessment to meet their needs. If you are willing to share your risk assessment with the community, send it to us and we will definitely make it available to easily import to our application.
Yes, you can be a pilot on multiple accounts! However, you cannot use the same email address on more than one account. One great feature we provide is the ability to link your accounts together allowing you to quickly toggle between them. Simply go to your account settings and click the "Link Another Account" button. You can then log into another Preflight Mitigator account and we will sync them together. Now you can easily and conveniently switch accounts at the click of a button!
Yes, you certainly can! The exporting of statistics and risk trends is an add-on feature, and doesn't come enabled automatically with your subscription. The account owner will need to contact our support team to enable the feature as it is an additional cost.
The product is built to have three permission levels: account owner, administrator, and pilot. The individual who creates the account is automatically set up as the "Account Owner". This individual has permissions to control the entire account. This includes everything from adding new users or customizing the assessment to managing the payment information on file.
The second level of permission is the "Administrator". This individual is similar to the account owner in that they have permissions to control everything in the application. The only difference is that an Administrator does not have access to manage the subscription or payment details.
The last level of permission is the "Pilot". This individual only has access to create, assess, mitigate, and review assessment results. This level does not have any permissions to manage the account in any way.
Yes! However, the current account owner would need to be the one to submit a ticket to our support team to make the change. Also, the new account owner must already be a pilot or an administrator on the account.