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The conference is a great opportunity to gather as many as possible of the key personnel within the airline industry, so they can meet, get to know each other, and exchange experiences in an informal environment. The Committee endeavors to facilitate for Norwegian and International specialists to share their experiences through high-quality presentations. Their first Conference was arranged in 1985, making FoF-Norway the oldest Norwegian Aviation Conference. The conference is open for everybody, including the press.

Agenda

Monday 14th September

  • 19:00 Traditional Norwegian Food and networking

Tuesday 15th September

  •  08:00 Registration and refreshments in the lobby
  •  09:00 Welcome by FoF
  •  09:10 Opening the conference, CEO Frode Granlund, Pilot Flight Academy
  •  09:30 2019 «in review» Global Safety Update, FoF
  •  10:00 Startle and Surprise Training, Edzard Boland, NLR, Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre
  •  10:45 Coffee – Networking break
  •  11:15 Safety Culture: Criminalization and Punishment, Capt. Walter Schwyzer, Korean Airlines
  •  12:00 Lessons learned from two decades investigating human factors in aircraft incidents and accidents. Bill Bramble, Human Factor Specialist NTSB
  •  13:00 Lunch – Networking break
  •  14:00 Loss of Control – How much of a problem? Paul Hayes, Director – Air Safety and Insurance, Cirium
  •  14:30 The importance of proper Risk Management in aviation, Alex van den Berg, CGE Risk Management & Ole Morten Løge, CHC Helicopter Service
  •  15:00 Short networking break
  •  15:20 Ignoring the Warnings: Lessons in Normalization of Deviance from the World of Motorsports compared to aviation, Max Leitschuh, WorldAware
  •  19:30 Conference Dinner

Wednesday 16th September

  • 08:00 Registration and refreshments in the lobby
  •  08:30 Opening comments by FoF
  •  08:40 Breaking Airlines Flight Data Monitoring Barriers: A Pilot’s Perspective, Bertrand de Courville, CEFA Aviation
  •  09:10 Lessons from the B737 Max, Dai Whittingham UK Flight Safety Committee
  •  09:50 Black Swan events – examples from Airbus History, Stéphane Cote, Airbus
  •  10:30 Coffee – Networking break
  •  11:00 EASA Support Programme, will it be better? Capt. Stein Gilhuus, Manager Pilot Advisory Group Norske SAS Piloters Forening•
  •  11:30 SMS in 2020. Are we truly managing Risk? Senior Consultant Steve Hough, Baines Simmons
  •  12:00 TBD – open spot.
  •  12:30 FoF Quiz and sum up
  •  13:00 Lunch – networking break – the conference will continue in Norwegian
  •  14:00 Ising i Norge, Innlegg fra både havarikommisjonen og Widerøe, deretter en åpen diskusjon.

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On Tuesday 15th at 14.30:  CHC Helicopter Service will discuss the importance of proper Risk Management in aviation.

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More information and registration

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