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Why attend

EBAA wants to contribute to the development of an aviation safety culture that is proactive, not simply reactive, by answering the main question the industry has been thought these past months: How do we prepare for the unexpected?

This year’s Safety Summit will not only discuss the topic of “Resilience – Human and Business”, but is in itself an example of resilience, changing to a virtual format to reach our members.

Attendees will receive new perspectives and engage in discussions and debates on how to make business aviation safer and more resilient to the unexpected. Furthermore, those joining us will learn about and delve into the newest developments related to safety, in the areas of compliance and requirements.

Check-out the programme to learn more on the topics!

Who should attend

  • Discuss and learn about safety topics relevant in the aftermath of the crisis, such as the upcoming alcohol and drugs testing during ramp checks and best practices for a solid just culture
  • Share examples of use of best practices and effective leadership to improve safety and avoid accidents and incidents.
  • Learn how to improve safety performance and maintain safety risk to as low as reasonably practicable.
Regulators and National Authorities:
  • Meet with the representatives from the industry to discuss relevant safety topics
  • Learn about business aviation’s unique operational environment and how the industry addresses safety.
  • Cooperate on identifying regulatory areas to further improve safety in BizAv
FBOs, Fuel companies and other vendors:
  • Discuss the impact of the new basic regulation as an opportunity for implementing safety management at all FBOs
  • Exchange views on best practices and commitment to safety
  • Discuss all aspects of safety on the ramp, including workforce competency and staffing with all stakeholders present
  • Ensuring a consistent approach to managing risks before and after delivering aircraft by engaging with your customers
  • Exchange ideas with your customers on how to use and collect data and improve safety
  • Ensuring operators and OEMs participate in the same safety culture environment
Insurance companies and aircraft financiers:
  • Learn about risk and risk mitigation in business aviation
  • Understand how to make a difference in pushing the safety agenda and consequently cost
  • Share knowledge of data mining with the industry

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