Working in support of the FAA, we have developed and maintained a voluntary safety reporting tool in support of the Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) and Safety Management Systems (SMS). This tool, known as WBAT, provides a comprehensive solution for the day-today management and operation of ASAP and incident reporting programs, including risk assessment, identification of appropriate remedial measures, and tracking of corrective actions.

WBAT Safety


UTRS’s mix of skilled programmers, system administrators, and aviation subject matter experts understand the importance of risk identification, avoidance and mitigation. To support safety efforts, we use WBAT, a safety reporting program developed and maintained by UTRS. WBAT can be utilized by any company seeking to improve its operational safety culture. Based on open-source cloud-based software, this platform can be customized to fit any organization’s structure.

WBAT is the only FAA supported and verified system for safety reporting, including ASAP, Line Operational Safety Audits (LOSA) and the new Safety Management System (SMS)
WBAT is a full-featured system offering safety report generation, processing, and management, as well as a full range of tools to facilitate safety procedure compliance, risk management, Safety Assurance, and SMS gap analysis
WBAT supports the submission, management, and analysis of confidential employee reports, including ASAP, incident, fatigue, LOSA, and general safety/hazard via the web or mobile device
WBAT serves over 185 operators and 1,000, users representing all sectors of the aviation community: passenger flight, cargo, charter, flight schools, and MROs
Our Safety Management System (SMS) modules are fully compliant with 14 CFR Part 5: Safety Management System language
WBAT de-identifies, warehouses and distributes voluntary safety data to support multiple voluntary reporting programs such as ASRA, ATSAP, and STEADES


Our team has unparalleled understanding and knowledge of flight safety and we maintain a total commitment to build a Safety Management System (SMS) which can be only be accomplished with a true understanding of the risks, maintaining and enhancing an infrastructure to identify risk and providing data and having the personnel in place to sustain operations. Our future scope includes expanding our aviation safety technologies to other industries such as first responders, maritime use, and we have started to serve the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) market.