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This page contains videos of the presentations delivered at the Safety Forum, 29/30 May 2018. The Findings, Strategies and Action Opportunities arising from the Forum will be published at the end of June 2018.

Presentations

Day 1 - Opening Session

Welcoming Address

David McMillan

Setting the Scene

Safety Behaviour, Procedures and Knowledge

"Safety Behaviour, Procedures and Knowledge"Capt. Ed Pooley, The Air Safety Consultancy

Use of Situational Judgment Responses to assess workforce knowledge and readiness to enact critical patient safety skills and behaviours "Use of Situational Judgment Responses to assess workforce knowledge and readiness to enact critical patient safety skills and behaviours"Prof. Bryn Baxendale, Trent Simulation & Clinical Skills Centre Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Procedural Non-compliance: The Common Factor

"Procedural Non-compliance: The Common Factor"Capt. Jo Gillespie, McKechnie Aviation

Walking the talk – Delivering on Safety Behaviours

"Walking the talk – Delivering on Safety Behaviours"Capt. John Monks, British Airways, and Capt. Stefano Prola, International Air Transport Association



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 "Procedures in the wild"Tom Laursen, International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers

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Posters

Poster Introductions

Capt. Pascal Kremer, Luxair and European Regions Airline Association

Risk Culture: ‘Acceptable Risks’ vs ‘Unacceptable Risks’

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"Risk Culture: ‘Acceptable Risks’ vs ‘Unacceptable Risks" - Cengiz Turkoglu, Cranfield University

TCAS RA not followed – results of joint IATA / EUROCONTROL survey

"TCAS RA not followed – results of joint IATA / EUROCONTROL survey" - Stanislaw Drozdowski & Tzvetomir Blajev, EUROCONTROL

Improvement of Airline Pilots’ Situation Awareness through integrated Processing of Operational Flight Data

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"Improvement of Airline Pilots’ Situation Awareness through integrated Processing of Operational Flight Data"

- Keyvan Bayram, Air3x, iTUBS

Understanding Pilot Wellbeing, and Its Impact on Flight Safety

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"Understanding Pilot Wellbeing, and Its Impact on Flight Safety"] - Capt. Paul Cullen, Independent Researcher, Dr Joan Cahill, Trinity College Dublin & Dr Keith Gaynor, St John of Gods Hospital Dublin

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|- !Poster Introductions |- |align="center"| Capt. Pascal Kremer, Luxair and European Regions Airline Association |- !Risk Culture: ‘Acceptable Risks’ vs ‘Unacceptable Risks’ !TCAS RA not followed – results of joint IATA / EUROCONTROL survey !Improvement of Airline Pilots’ Situation Awareness through integrated Processing of Operational Flight Data |- |align="center"|Risk Culture in CAT.png
"Risk Culture: ‘Acceptable Risks’ vs ‘Unacceptable Risks" - Cengiz Turkoglu, Cranfield University

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"TCAS RA not followed – results of joint IATA / EUROCONTROL survey" - Stanislaw Drozdowski & Tzvetomir Blajev, EUROCONTROL

|align="center"|Integrated processing of flt data.png
"Improvement of Airline Pilots’ Situation Awareness through integrated Processing of Operational Flight Data"

- Keyvan Bayram, Air3x, iTUBS |- !Understanding Pilot Wellbeing, and Its Impact on Flight Safety |- |align="center"|Understanding Pilot Wellbeing.png
"Understanding Pilot Wellbeing, and Its Impact on Flight Safety"] - Capt. Paul Cullen, Independent Researcher, Dr Joan Cahill, Trinity College Dublin & Dr Keith Gaynor, St John of Gods Hospital Dublin |-

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Learning from Experience

|- !The use of FDM to influence flight crew behaviour !Rethinking the Briefing !Royal Air Force Military Parachuting Safety Processes: Reducing Drift |- |align="center"| “The use of FDM to influence flight crew behaviour” - Capt. Richard Weeks and Pedro Duarte, NetJets Transportes Aéreos

|align="center"| "Rethinking the Briefing - Engineering Resilient Safety Behaviour"Capt. Rich Loudon, Alaska Airlines, and Capt. David Moriarty, Royal Aeronautical Society Human Factors Group

|align="center"| "Royal Air Force Military Parachuting Safety Processes: Reducing Drift" - Wg Cdr James Simmonds, Royal Air Force

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Day 2 - Opening Session

|- !SKYbrary Aviation Safety Award !Flight Safety Foundation Update |- |align="center"| Capt. Pascal Kremer

|align="center"| Brett Eastham, VP Business Development and CFO, Flight Safety Foundation |-

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Work as done vs work as imagined

|- !Safety Behaviours: work-as-imagined v work-as-done !Conscientiousness and safety behaviour in pilots and aerospace engineers !Work as Never Imagined: A Case Study on Flight Deck Displays for New Airspace Operations |-

|align="center"| “Safety Behaviours: work-as-imagined v work-as-done” - Magnus McCabe, NATS

|align="center"| "Conscientiousness and safety behaviour in pilots and aerospace engineers" - Paul Dickens, Core Aviation Psychology

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"Work as Never Imagined: A Case Study on Flight Deck Displays for New Airspace Operations"] - Dr. Kathy Abbott, Federal Aviation Administration |-

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Breakout Session findings

|- !Setting the scene !Learning from experience !Work as done vs work as imagined |- |align="center"| Capt. Harry Nelson, Airbus

|align="center"| Dai Whittingham, UK Flight Safety Committee

|align="center"| Karen Bolton, UK NATS |-

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Closing Remarks

|- |align="center"| Capt. Pascal Kremer, Luxair and European Regions Airline Association, and Stan Drozdowski, EUROCONTROL

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Key Findings, Strategies and Action Opportunities

The Findings, Strategies and Action Opportunities arising from the Safety Forum will be published at the end of June 2018.

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