Aerossurance Sponsors HF in Aviation Safety Conference

Aerossurance Sponsors Human Factors in Aviation Safety Conference

Aerossurance is pleased to sponsor the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors’ (CIEHFHuman Factors in Aviation Safety Conference that takes place at the Radison Blu HotelEast Midlands Airport, 9-10 November 2015.

Aerossurance was keen to sponsor this event as it is such an excellent independent professional forum for discussion and exchanging of ideas on the very latest research, development and application of Human Factors in Aviation Safety. The 2 day event is just £199 (or £129 for one day) excluding VAT and includes a period of free membership of CIEHF.  To book a place click here. The conference was doubled from 1 to 2 days after the organising committee reviewed over 50 high quality submissions.

Monday November 9th

Tuesday November 10th

The programme may be subject to change.

UPDATE 19 October 2015: See our subsequent article on enhancing human performance in maintenance: Aircraft Maintenance: Going for Gold?

FSF IASS 2015 2-4 November 2015

The Flight Safety Foundation’s 68th International Air Safety Summit will take place in Miami Beach 2-4 November 2015.   In his keynote speech Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson will discuss building and maintaining a culture with safety as the most important focus, and how to ensure that this culture resonates at all levels of the organization.

RAeS Fatal Flaws Conference 26-27 November 2015

The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Human Factors Group is staging a conference 26-27 November 2015 at Virgin Atlantic Airways at Crawley, near London Gatwick.   The title is: Predicting the Fatal Flaws – Can we do things differently in aviation safety?.  The organisers say:

Civil aviation safety performance itself poses a threat to future flight safety by creating complacency about current safety measures at a time of enormous underlying change in technology and threat profiles; and because it tempts operators to look for cost reductions.

We have previously discussed this very issue: Living Near Zero – New Challenges for Air Safety

Aerossurance also sponsored a recent RAeS Human Factors Group seminar, Maintenance Human Factors: The Next GenerationPresentations from that seminar are available here.

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