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Boeing Turns to Workers, Data to Bolster Safety After Max Crisis

  • Company urging staff to speak up without fear of retribution
  • More to be done some three years after tragedies: Delaney
Boeing 737 Max

Boeing 737 Max

Photographer: Chona Kasinger/Bloomberg

Boeing Co. is taking steps to bolster safety and address criticism that it lacked a robust, in-house oversight program in the wake of two fatal 737 Max accidents.

Even so, there’s still much to be done some three years after the twin tragedies, which killed 346 people and sparked a global grounding of the Max aircraft, plunging Boeing into crisis, the US planemaker’s Chief Aerospace Safety Officer Michael Delaney said.