The Unmanned Safety Institute (USI), will be hosting the second annual UAS Safety Standdown in Denver, Colorado, on Tuesday, May 1, in conjunction with the AUVSI Xponential conference. The topic of this year’s workshop will be “Organization Flight Operations, Maintenance, and Safety Quality Management.”
The UAS Safety Standdown is a one-day workshop that gives participants an opportunity to enhance their knowledge and understanding of UAS aviation safety and risk management by offering sessions on UAS program management, manual design and documentation, safety risk management, remote pilot training and certification, UAS preventative/conditional maintenance, and industry standards and best practices.
Participants will receive a UAS Safety Endorsement from USI and earn education credits toward USI's Professional Remote Operator certification. Session topics for this year’s UAS Safety Standdown include sUAS management, remote pilot and maintenance tracking, and an sUAS industry/organization best practices and value-added policies and procedures round table.