Transportation Safety Board

Canada’s safety record compares well with others, but its skies aren’t risk-free

Among the trouble spots: the way in which companies are required to manage the safety risks within their organizations is inconsistent.

An overhead view of the wreckage path of an Ornge air-ambulance helicopter that crashed in Moosonee, Ont. on May 31, 2013, killing its four crew members. Ornge has since taken safety actions to help fix problems that led to the crash. Transportation Safety Board image

By KATHY FOX

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 12:00 AM

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