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Subject:USAir New Hire to Seek Manuals From:Marilyn Gelman <gelman -at- SUN490 -dot- FDU -dot- EDU> Date:Tue, 22 Nov 1994 10:29:21 GMT
The full page ad from USAir in The New York Times mentioned steps the airline
was taking to make the public confident about air safety on USAir. Among the
steps was the hiring of an expert who was to have access to everything USAir
people used, including bulletins, manuals, and announcements.
See, every now and then, companies know that manuals exist. And now someone
has been hired to read them.