Tuesday, August 11 from 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM Eastern Time
In this time of rapid change and unprecedented challenges for the aviation industry, it’s never been more important to share information and best practices. ACI-NA and AAAE have teamed up to transform the Airport Safety Management Systems Workshop into a virtual series.
Performed by a panel of stakeholder and subject matter experts, the SRA is a safety assessment used to analyze a safety issue, perform the Safety Risk Management (SRM) process to establish risk mitigation actions, as well as document the process.
This session will examine ways to improve your airport’s safety risk assessment including how to: manage panel invitation lists effectively, provide proper technical briefings and conduct more efficient technical reviews.
In a COVID-19 pandemic era, we will also explore the feasibility of conducting a virtual technical review, as well as best practices/lessons learned related to conducting a virtual Safety Risk Management panel meeting.
Aviation Planning Director, Garver
Senior Aviation Consultant, RS&H
Hawaii Airports Fire Chief, Hawaii Dept. of Transp. Airports Division
Principal, Landry Consultants LLS
Who Should Join
- Airport Safety Management Systems Professionals
- Airport Operations & Safety Professionals
- Risk Management Professionals
- Airport Planning & Development Professionals
- Constructions Managers
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ACI-NA’s members enplane more than 95 percent of domestic and virtually all the international airline passenger and cargo traffic in North America. ACI-NA’s membership consists of more than 200 airport members, operating 360 North American airports, and nearly 400 aviation-related businesses.