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2017 Ravn Air Group Safety Forum
The 2017 Safety Forum is fast-approaching and we are excited to share this opportunity with all of you. The Forum will focus on Safety, Just Culture, Human Factors, and Professional Development in Aviation and allow for interaction with industry-leading experts. We hope you'll join us and take advantage of this unique opportunity.
Please register as soon as possible, seats are limited!
The Forum will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, July 14 and end 2:00 p.m. The location of event:
4700 Old International Airport Rd.
Anchorage, Alaska 99502
Lunch will be provided by Peppercini's Deli and door prizes will be given following the presentations.
Dave Prewitt is President of Dave Prewitt Consulting, LLC in Melbourne, Florida specializing in safety management system development, improving safety culture, auditing and accident investigation. Dave served as Vice-President Flight Operations at AAR Airlift in Palm Bay, Florida. AAR operates both fixed and rotary wing aircraft on contract around the world.
Tony Kern, Ed.D., (CEO, Convergent Performance) is one of the world’s leading authorities on human performance in time-constrained, error-intolerant environments, and has written and lectured on the subject around the globe for nearly two decades.
George H. Snyder, (CEO, GHS Aviation Group, LLC.) has been recognized for his contributions to global aviation safety by the Associate Administer of the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Minister of Construction and Transportation (KMOCT) for the Republic of Korea, and the IATA Senior Vice President of Safety and Flight Operations. Concurrently with his position as President and CEO of GHS Aviation Group, Captain Snyder has held executive level advisory roles for several major international Flag Carriers as well as serving on Board-level Aviation Safety and Security sub-Committees.
FOR QUESTIONS ABOUT THE EVENT, CONTACT US AT SAFETY@FLYRAVN.COM
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