Skip to main content

Day 1 Tuesday 17 November 2020

10:00 - 10:10
Welcome notes by Athar Husain Khan, EBAA Secretary-General
10:10 - 10:30
RESILIENCE – HUMAN and BUSINESS: How do we prepare for the unexpected

Interview with Michael Lemay, Bombardier Chief Air Safety Investigator
10:30 - 12:00
How do we prepare for the unexpected and how do we continue operations? 
Session 1:
If you build robust systems and use change management, your company is more resilient. The panel session will discuss the process, communications and how to look after your employees, especially when working from home.

Moderator:   Robert Baltus, EBAA
Speakers:  
  • Iris Riesen, Cat Aviation AG
  • Maxime Wauters, ASL Group
  • Stephane de Wolf, IBAC
12:00 - 14:00
Lunch Break
14:00 - 14:45
Crashing in compliance - where regulation went wrong
Session 2:
Drawing upon over twenty years in aviation safety, including more than a decade with the UK's renowned Air Accidents Investigation Branch, and using the context of a fatal business jet crash, Tim Atkinson will deconstruct 'safety' and signpost the changes we need to make if we're to take another significant step in accident and incident reduction

Moderator:  Johan Glantz, EBAA
Speaker:  
  • Timothy Atkinson, theiC Ltd
14:45 - 15:30
ERP – not just an exercise to tick a box
Session 3:
What is the best ERP if your employees firstly do not know where they can find which information and secondly do not personally support these ERP procedures.
But the basis for the whole procedure is the resilience of each individual employee, who in an emergency quickly recovers from the initial shock and can use the ERP efficiently and effectively.
Based on the #clearedtoland success principle we will then illustrate both the importance of ERP in the corporate environment and the importance of human factors


Moderator:   Johan Glantz, EBAA
Speakers:  
  • Edith Tieber, #clearedtoland
  • Kerstin Mumenthaler, #clearedtoland

Day 2 Wednesday 18 November 2020

10:00 - 10:10
Welcome notes
10:10 - 10:30
RESILIENCE – HUMAN and BUSINESS: How do we prepare for the unexpected.

Interview with Carlos Brana, Dassault Senior Executive VP 
10:30 - 12:00
PART – CAMO: GAP Analysis and Implementation Plan
Session 4:
 A mature Safety Management System (SMS) is crucial in identifying, measuring and mitigating the risks and potential hazards which exist in the business. The sessions aims to put industry and regulators face to face, in a virtual setting, to address all the uncertainties of SMS implementation into Part-CAMO organisations.

Moderator:   Kyle Martin, GAMA
Speakers:  
  • David van den Langenbergh, Luxaviation
  • Jérémie Neveux, EASA 
  • Paulo Pestana, NetJets
12:00 - 13:40
Lunch Break
13:40 - 14:00
RESILIENCE – HUMAN and BUSINESS: How do we prepare for the unexpected.

Interview with Luc Tytgat, EASA Strategy and Safety Management Director 
14:00 - 15:00
Past, present, future:  Regulatory challenges: PSP,  Alcohol and drugs
Session 5:
The COVID crisis saw a number of regulatory initiatives deferred until 2021. 
Besides the 3 upcoming regulations’ implementations, the session also aims to weave in a discussion on COVID-19 challenges for business aviation in front of the regulator.

Moderator:  Johan Glantz; EBAA
Speakers:  
  • Dave Fielding, EPPSI
  • Aedrian Bekker, Center for Aviation Psychology
  • Julia Egerer, EASA
  • Jeroen Jansen, EASA

Day 3 Thursday 19 November 2020

10:00 - 10:10
Welcome notes
10:10 - 10:30
RESILIENCE – HUMAN and BUSINESS: How do we prepare for the unexpected

Interview with Kurt Edwards, IBAC Director General
10:30 - 12:00
What new ways of working do we want to keep after the crisis has ended?
Session 6:
Despite the hurdles posed by the unexpected situation, the pandemic has also forced us to implement new ways of working which might actually be useful in the long run, such as accelerated processes and digitalization. Industry representatives will discuss with the regulators to find a common ground on which new ways of working are here to stay.

Moderator:   Robert Baltus, EBAA
Speakers: 
  • Stan Medved, Shell and Chairman of the EBAA Safety Commitee
  • Eduard Ciofu, EASA
  • Ben Walsh, IBAC 
12:00 - 13:00
Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:30
How to nurture a solid just culture - errors are for learning 
Session 7:
Though a topic discussed time and time again, a solid just culture is still not an easy target to achieve. While on paper the commitment and right statements exist, the story may be very different in practice. The session aims to share tips and trick from those who pride themselves in a successful application of just culture principles.

Moderator:   Johan Glantz, EBAA
Speakers:
  • Paul Reuter, EPPSI
  • Antonio Licu, EUROCONTROL
  • John Franklin, EASA

Detected timezone