Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) will be holding the Approach and Landing Accident Reduction (ALAR) InfoExchange and the Maintenance and Engineering Safety Forums the week of February 10, 2015 in Singapore. FSF and the Singapore Aviation Academy are jointly organizing these events.
The ALAR InfoExchange, scheduled for February 10 and 11, will provide a platform for the discussion and sharing of information of ALAR-related issues including stabilized approaches, go-around decision making and execution, air traffic management (ATM) contribution to go-around safety, safe landing guidelines, technology and other runway safety strategies.
On February 12-13, the inaugural Maintenance and Engineering Safety Forum will focus on some of the key safety issues and challenges faced by the MRO industry relating safety as perceived and managed by maintenance organization,; identifying workplace challenges both for the aviation industry regulators associated with human factors in aviation maintenance; and harnessing of new technologies to enhance maintenance and engineering safety.
“Both of these meetings provide an excellent opportunity for a sharing of the latest ideas in two key focus areas in the industry,” stated FSF president and CEO, Jon L. Beatty. “An event like this allows for a robust discussion between different segments of the industry – allowing a better understanding of how all the pieces can work together.”
Both meetings will be held at the Singapore Aviation Academy. Full information, including registration, hotel and travel information can be found on the FSF website at www.flightsafety.org/Singapore2015