EMERGENCY PLANNING FOR BUSINESS AVIATION, ORLANDO, OCTOBER 14-15, 2018
The workshop reviews the challenges of experiencing a serious aviation-related accident. This hands-on course utilizes lecture, group discussion, breakout groups, video clips and roleplays for survivor assistance and media interactions. Conducted by several facilitators bringing significant experience and expertise in their respective fields, this is the only course that provides crucial information on next-of-kin support, family and humanitarian assistance issues based on 30-years of research in working with passenger and family survivors of aviation and other disasters, providing participants with the latest best practices available today.
Develop and maintain a system of standard operating procedures (SOPs) for aviation departments using manufacturer’s specifications, regulations and accepted industry practices.
Ensure that essential scheduling and dispatch procedures are in place to conduct safe and efficient flight.
Develop the knowledge and understanding to establish a record-keeping system to document regulatory compliance and initiate appropriate action.
Understand the safety component of International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO).
Plan, develop and implement aviation emergency plans with consideration for organizational and community procedures.