ISAP: Protecting Members First – Emphasizing Safety
February 26, 2021
One of the key components of the ISAP (Inflight Safety Action Report) is its focus on improving safety while simultaneously protecting reporters from punitive discipline by maintaining the confidentiality of all involved. Any Member who utilizes a voluntary ISAP report to self-disclose is protected by confidentiality. Likewise, in the event you are disclosing information about a situation involving another Member, they too are protected.
It is important to understand that submitting a voluntary ISAP report is NOT placing yourself or your fellow flying partners in harm’s way. Should your report contain information about a fellow crew member, that person will be invited to participate in ISAP, provided an opportunity to submit a voluntary report and will be protected by the confidentiality tenants of the program. Please continue to engage, ask questions, and learn about these programs that have been specifically designed to improve the safety culture at our airline. Together we will continue to improve the safety of our industry while protecting all our flying partners.