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Long Island Air Traffic Controller Faces Weapons, Drug Charges

WANTAGH, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — An air traffic controller in Westbury, Long Island has been charged with illegally carrying weapons and possessing crystal meth. Police arrested Breen Peck, 52, during a traffic stop in Wantagh at 10:22 p.m. Wednesday. Investigators say Peck confessed to carrying two loaded guns without a permit. They said they found the crystal meth in his pants pocket.


VICTORVILLE: Company addressing FAA testing violations claim

The aircraft services firm that faces a proposed Federal Aviation Administration civil penalty for drug and alcohol testing violations has issued a statement saying it is working with the federal agency to understand the alleged violations and address them in a timely manner. Read More

By |September 2nd, 2015|Drug & Alcohol Testing, FAA, Safety Sensitive Positions|0 Comments

FAA plans fines for drug-testing violations at Mesa Airlines

PHOENIX – The Federal Aviation Administration is seeking a nearly $175,000 fine against a Phoenix-based regional airline for several failures in its drug-testing program for workers in safety-sensitive jobs.

By |September 2nd, 2015|FAA, Safety Sensitive Positions|0 Comments

10 Smart Pre-Employment Hiring Strategies To Mitigate RISK

Stop hiring friends, relatives, referrals, or former industry colleagues simply because of your known association. You love your family and you have those friends within your circle that you trust just as much who you believe can help succeed. The dispassionate question to ask yourself is “does the person I’m consider hiring for my vacant position have anything in their background that could potentially bring discredit to your organization and its success? That is a Yes or No question. There is no wiggle room for personal relationships when it comes to making decisions that impact your business, its public name, brand, and reputation resulting from the legal implications associated with hiring an immoral person with a highly questionable criminal history or troubled past.

A common thread that we find happening far too often are company’s; especially federal contractors, hiring people just because they actively hold and maintain a federal “security clearance” and not exercising their due diligence by conducting a thorough comprehensive background check commensurate to the position level of the person being hired . C U CLEAR continues to raise the level of awareness of this very FATAL assumption and mistake. Note that depending on the level of clearance there are gaps within the period of their last investigation to the current time of the new position that can be detrimental to your business. Our workshops and consultant provided by C U CLEAR can take the guesswork out of this common overlooked issue and assumption that is becoming far too familiar among today’s federal government and contractors industry.

We see a repeatable occurrence among all other businesses and organizations across America which people are being hired without properly vetting them or exercising “due diligence” through a […]


TSA Failed to Identify 73 active Aviation workers with links to Terrorism and Lacked “Effective Controls”

Washington (CNN)The Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General on Monday dropped a report that reveals cracks in the Transportation Security Administration’s process for vetting aviation workers.

By |June 8th, 2015|C U CLEAR, FAA, Terror Threats, TSA|0 Comments

Former JetBlue Pilot from Mequon Suing Airline after his 2012 In-Flight Meltdown

52-year-old Clayton Osbon grew up in Mequon and learned to fly in southeastern Wisconsin. He now says JetBlue should have kept him from flying after he showed signs of mental illness.

By |April 3rd, 2015|FAA, Mental Stability, Personality Assessments|0 Comments