- How SMS can change the way you operate for the better
SMS is mainly known as a way to identify hazards faced by an operator and to analyze the associated risks. The mitigation measures developed to eliminate the hazards or to manage the risks to an acceptable level are then incorporated into programs, systems, processes and procedures established by the operator. Through their safety assurance processes, the operator then tracks these to ensure that they are appropriate and effective.
This session will teach the participants the basics of SMS and help them to understand the function, role, and importance of developing and implementing a Safety Management System (SMS).
- Fuel Contamination, how to prevent this kind of incident to happen at your location
Recently, two accidents involving fuel contamination by diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) happened in the US.
This highlighted the risks of fuel contamination for aircraft operators, fixed-base operators (FBOs) and fuel suppliers.
Familiarize yourself with the risk of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) contamination and the events that have occurred to date by attending this training session.
- Towing basics, are you pulling your weight?
One of the riskiest phases of ground operations is aircraft towing. Incidents during this phase often result in expensive damages to the airframe and ground the aircraft for long periods. Ground damage events usually do not occur for a single reason but are rather a combination of errors or violations, latent factors and specific circumstances.
While ground damage incidents cannot be eliminated, their number can be reduced and their impact on the safety of subsequent operations can be mitigated.
Attend this training session and learn how industry standards and best practices can help you reduce this type of incidents.
- How can IS-BAH improve your operations safety and efficiency
Since its launch in 2014 the International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) has already convinced over 150 locations over the globe.
The Standards and Recommended Practices, designed to be fully scalable, present a progressive step-by-step approach to implementing an integrated management system which is built around a safety management core.
Learn how the standard can not only increase your safety records but also increase your efficiency by providing you with state-of-the-art operational practices.
- Making summer operations less hot
The cold winter operations are already behind us, soon de-icing and other cold operations' issues are going to be just a memory. Summer and its period of Mediterranean operations, high prices and parking problems are already on the horizon. Attend this session to learn how to best prepare for this next pick period.
- Finding and keeping qualified employees in a tight labour market
With the steady expansion of airline aviation and with the general decline in the number of people choosing careers in aviation It is increasingly difficult for business aviation to attract and retain talent.
Come learn what strategies business aviation can use to counter these trends and attract the best talent to provide the best service to these customers.
- Fuel saving strategies: strategies and techniques
Representing close to 30% of all Direct Operating Cost, fuel is one of the largest expenditures in operations and therefore an important component in the management of a fleet.
Aviation fuel uplifts and planning for them are day-to-day activities for flight departments, pilots, and schedulers and dispatchers.
Aviation fuel prices may vary depending on the location but upon your chosen method of fuel delivery and payment.
In this session you will learn about the technical aspects of jet fuel so that you can monitor the quality and specifications of the fuel, examine the pricing formulas and pricing structure to enable operators to choose the right supplier in a particular location, and fuel suppliers to better understand the priorities of the operators.
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