Inflight Emergency Response 2016
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Inflight Security Response 2016

... A 3-DAY INTERACTIVE TRAINING WORKSHOP ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES FACED BY FLIGHT AND CABIN CREW ON A DAILY BASIS ...

Programme

The aviation industry is facing some unique challenges that concern both flight and cabin crews on a daily basis. Inflight Emergency Response has been launched to address some of these issues and push some boundaries towards aviation safety, crew training and performance.

Inflight Emergency Response is being organised by Philip Baum from Green Light, organisers of DISPAX World, and by Sarah-Jane Prew from Cabin Safety Update, who has the legacy of ten successful Cabin Safety Conferences.

Who should attend

  • Airlines:
  • Trainers
  • Security and Operations Executives
  • Legal Officers
  • Marketing & PR Executives
  • Psychologists & Health Personnel
  • Flight and Cabin Crew
  • Government Transportation Regulators
  • Aviation Health Professionals & Psychologists
  • Academics & Researchers
  • Unions & Staff Associations
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Airport Operators
  • Security Companies
  • Consumer Bodies
  • International Law Firms
  • Airline Industry Journals and Media
  • Industry / Training Providers  

Costs

Earlybird Rate (if you register by 12 April 2016): GBP795 + VAT*
Standard Rate: GBP975 + VAT*

*VAT is only payable for UK and non-VAT registered EU entities.


NB! Originally planned to run in London, the organisers have responded to industry requests to make the event more training focussed and interactive. As such, and with the welcome support and sponsorship of airBaltic, we are delighted to announce that Inflight Emergency Response will take place in Riga at the airBaltic and IATA Regional Training Centre. The Latvian capital offers very affordable accommodation and transportation links.


 

The programme has been devised by Philip Baum and Sarah-Jane Prew, who have both published books on aviation security and safety respectively.
 
Day 1: 10:00-17:30
  • 10:00-10:30 - Registration
  • 10:30-10:50 - Welcome & Ice Breaker
  • 10:50-11:30 - Paper I: Emerging Inflight Security Challenges (Philip Baum, Green Light Ltd.)
  • 11:30-12:00 - Paper II: Lithium Battery Fires (Nick Mower, ERAA)
  • 12:00-12:30 - Paper III: Enhancing Realism & Effectiveness in Cabin Safety Training (Trevor Nash, Cabin Safety Update)
  • 12:30-13:30 - Lunch
  • 13:30-15:15
    • Workshop on Enhancing Classroom Delivery Techniques & Making Boring Subjects Fun  (Delivered by: Katharine Ng, OneCrew & Diana Stancu, Safe & Secure Skies)
    • Workshop on Chemical/Biological Weapons (Delivered by: Stephen Ackroyd, Avsec Resilience)
  • 15:15-15:45 - Tea Break
  • 15:45-17:30
    • Workshop on Enhancing Classroom Delivery Techniques & Making Boring Subjects Fun (Delivered by: Katharine Ng, OneCrew & Diana Stancu, Safe & Secure Skies)
    • Workshop on Chemical/Biological Weapons (Delivered by: Stephen Ackroyd, Avsec Resilience)
  • Optional Extra 18:00-19:30 - Raft Exercise (Run by: Sarah-Jane Prew, Cabin Safety Update)

 

Day 2: 09:00-17:30
  • 09:00-09:30 - Paper IV: Cockpit Laser Illumination & UAVs (Capt Martin Drake, BALPA)
  • 09:30-10:00 - Paper V: Tokyo Convention & Montreal Protocol (Tim Colehan, IATA)
  • 10:00-10:30 - Paper VI: Understanding Paraphilias (Susan Quilliam)
  • 10:30-10:45 - Panel Q&A
  • 10:45-11:15 - Coffee Break
  • 11:15-13:30
    • Bomb Threat, Aircraft Search, Explosives Recognition and LRBL Workshop (Delivered by: Stephen Ackroyd, Avsec Resilience)
    • Ditching & Survival Workshop (incl. Raft Repair Exercise) (Delivered by: Sarah-Jane Prew, Cabin Safety Update)
    • Unruly Passenger Management & Restraint Workshop (Delivered by: Terry Upsall, Green Light Ltd.)
  • 13:30-14:30 - Lunch
  • 14:30-15:30 - Human Trafficking Presentation (Delivered by Airline Ambassadors)
  • 15:30-15:45 - Tea Break
  • 15:45-18:00
    • Bomb Threat, Aircraft Search, Explosives Recognition and LRBL Workshop (Delivered by: Stephen Ackroyd, Avsec Resilience)
    • Ditching & Survival Workshop (incl. Raft Repair Exercise) (Delivered by: Sarah-Jane Prew, Cabin Safety Update)
    • Unruly Passenger Management & Restraint Workshop (Delivered by: Terry Upsall, Green Light Ltd.)
  • Optional Extra 18:30-19:30 - Raft Exercise (Run by: Sarah-Jane Prew, Cabin Safety Update)

 

Day 3: 09:00-14:15
  • 09:00-09:45 - Paper VII: Flight Deck Door Security Procedures (Philip Baum, Green Light Ltd.)
  • 09:45-12:00 incl. Coffee Break
    • Bomb Threat, Aircraft Search, Explosives Recognition and LRBL Workshop (Delivered by: Stephen Ackroyd, Avsec Resilience)
    • Ditching & Survival Workshop (incl. Raft Repair Exercise) (Delivered by: Sarah-Jane Prew, Cabin Safety Update)
    • Unruly Passenger Management & Restraint Workshop (Delivered by: Terry Upsall, Green Light Ltd.)
  • 12:00-12:45 - Lunch
  • 12:45-14:00 - A Hijacking  (Presented by Julienne Busic, former hijacker)
  • 14:00-14:15 - Wrap Up
Inflight Emergency Response 2016 will address pertinent safety issues and push boundaries for crew safety

Contact us

Organisers: Green Light Limited & Cabin Safety Update

Event Offices: Green Light Limited

375 Upper Richmond Road West,
East Sheen, London SW14 7NX, UK
Registered in England #: 3164990
VAT #: 674 9808 77

For Enquiries, Please Call:

+44 (0)20 8255 9447

For Speaker and Programme enquiries:

Sarah-Jane Prew
editor@cabinsafetyupdate.com

Venue

airBaltic Training Centre

Pilotu iela 6
Riga International Airport
Latvia, LV-2167

 

Delegates are encouraged to book their hotel accommodation as early as possible. Inflight Emergency Response coincides with mid-summer and the 23rd & 24th June are public holidays in Latvia, so rooms will fill up early. You may, of course, make your own arrangements, but we do have negotiated rates at 3 hotels and we will be providing bus transport between these hotels and the airBaltic training centre each day from them. Our partners at airBaltic have kindly offered to book one of these rooms for you if you so wish. Send your request to bookings@airBalticTraining.com, quoting the event Inflight Emergency Response 2016 and add the requested hotel's name, arrival/departure dates, room type and guest name(s). The invoice will be payable at the hotel. We are NOT holding rooms for delegates, so we cannot confirm availability until the request has been submitted. We know that, of those listed, (as of 18 March 2016) the greatest room availability is at the Opera Hotel & Spa, which is in downtown Riga (within easy reach of the Old Town) and at the Elefant Hotel, which is near the event venue.

 

The options:

  • Opera Hotel and Spa: 55 EUR SGL room or 65 Euro for DBL. Includes breakfast and all taxes. Location is downtown. See: www.operahotel.lv
  • Elefant Hotel: 37 EUR SGL room or 39 EUR for DBL room. Includes breakfast, all taxes and gym use. Location is close to the airport. See: www.rixwell.com/en/rixwell-elefant-hotel
  • Islande Hotel Riga: 35 EUR SGL room. Includes breakfast and all taxes. Location is just outside town (still within walking distance), on road towards airport. See: www.islandehotel.lv

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