In June of 2018, warning bells went off for Ed Pierson, a Senior Manager at Boeing's 737 Factory. The production environment he helped oversee was becoming increasingly chaotic, leading to worrisome lapses in quality and safety. Months later, when two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft crashed in separate incidents, killing over 300 people, Pierson took action as a whistleblower, determined to shed light on the potential role played by production defects. Today, as a leading safety advocate in aviation, Pierson continues to push Boeing and Federal authorities to fully investigate and fix the 737 MAX. Join him as he discusses the latest safety-related news; chats with a fascinating array of whistleblowers, safety experts, policymakers, and business leaders from around the globe; and explores how all of us can keep our communities safer by heeding our own warning bells.
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Ed is joined by the President of Flyers Rights and prominent rights advocate Paul Hudson to discuss the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request and subsequent lawsuit filed in an attempt to gain access to data on the recertification of the 737 Max ... more
Ed is joined by former FAA Safety Engineer Joe Jacobson as they delve into the latest MAX incident reports and system malfunctions.
Ed is joined by his attorney Chris McLamb of Constantine Cannon to respond to some of the many questions sent to him about the Whistleblowing experience. more
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Warning Bells launched 3 months ago and published 5 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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