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The Singapore Aviation Safety Seminar (SASS), jointly organized by Flight Safety Foundation and the Singapore Aviation Academy (SAA), is an annual safety seminar designed to provide a platform for aviation professionals to share the latest safety challenges, issues, developments and initiatives to raise the safety standards in the Asia Pacific region.

Who should attend

  • Aviation professionals involved in the flight operations
  • Civil aviation authorities (CAA)
  • Flight data monitoring service providers
  • Educational institutions
  • Safety functions and decision making in airlines
  • Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul organizations (MROs)
  • Airframe
  • System and component manufacturers
  • Flight data monitoring service providers
  • Airports and air navigation service providers (ANSP)

Why you should attend

  • Get updated on the latest safety initiatives and developments in flight operations.
  • Hear the perspectives of international aviation experts on leading safety challenges and issues.
  • Discuss the latest safety initiatives and challenges with other aviation safety professionals.
  • Learn about new technological developments that can enhance flight operations safety.
  • Network with your regional and international aviation safety peers.

Meet us

CGE will also be present at this conference with a booth. Come and find us at booth number 5 or schedule a meeting with Lourens van Herk  lourens.van.herk@cgerisk.com or +31 (0) 6 4178 7882 who will be present on behalf of CGE.

On the 7th of March, CGE will also be speaking during Session X on Risk Management Modeling and Information Sharing beyond Maintenance, together with 2 other speakers:

We are often seeking the systems and platforms that tell us more about how to think about risk and ways it can be modeled and visualized for better planning and decision making.  We know that human factors play out differently in different situations, different cultural environments and different special circumstances.  All this information can be a huge challenge to build and maintain.  Where are we breaking this down in ways that become useful to more people in the organization or more organizations within the industry?

Within this topic, CGE will focus more on the ‘maintenance’: creating risk-based oversight with proactive barrier performance verification. We hope to meet you there.

More information and registration

For more information or if you would like to register for this event, please visit the event page of Flight Safety Foundation.