Cabin Safety Conferences

WATS World Aviation Training Conference and Tradeshow   

When:              April 28 – April 30, 2020  

Where:             Orlando, Florida USA

Venue:             Rosen Shingle Creek Resort

Audience:        Open to all

NBAA 

Flight Attendants/Flight Technicians Conference – Event Information 

When:              May 05 – May 07, 2020  

Where:             Hartford, CT

Venue:             To be announced

Audience:        Open to all

Association of Aerospace Industries Singapore  

Aircraft Interior Design, Engineering, and Safety

When:              June 01 – June 02, 2020   

Where:             Singapore

Venue:             Seletar Aerospace Park

Audience:        Industry Aviation Production Managers, Aircraft Certification Engineers, Project Managers and Quality Assurance Staff​.

IATA Cabin Operations Safety Conference 2020  

When:              June 16 – June 18, 2020  

Where:             Macao

Venue:             The Parisian, Macao

Audience:        Open to all

Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) 

Cabin Crew Conference

When:              September 08 – September 09, 2020   

Where:             Singapore, Singapore 

Venue:             Sands Expo and Convention Centre

Audience:        Open to all (Pilots, Cabin Crew, Maintenance)

European Airline Training Symposia (EATS)  

EMEA’s leading event for pilot and cabin crew training

When:              October 27 – October 28, 2020

Where:             Oslo, Norway

Venue:             Clarion Hotel & Congress Oslo Airport

Audience:        Open to all

Useful regulatory websites

It’s very important, and can be somewhat challenging, to maintain full regulatory compliance. It’s not always that an operator doesn’t want to comply, it’s that they don’t know where to begin to look for information to know what they must comply with. Operating safely goes far beyond maintaining regulatory compliance. One way of looking at regulations would be to compare the regulations to a minimum speed sign on the highway. There are some places that will state minimum speed and also the maximum speed. Regulations by themselves are equivalent to the minimum speed. They are the least you need to comply with to operate at a reasonably safe level. To go above and beyond, there is other guidance material available to you to help guide and design ways of operating to the highest level of safety permissible.

14 CFR – Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (Aeronautics and Space)

49 CFR – Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations (Transportation)

ACOB – Air Carrier Operations Bulletin

AC – Advisory Circulars (Cabin Safety) Advisory Circulars (Main via RGL) Advisory Circulars (All)

AD – Airworthiness Directives

CAMI – Civil Aerospace Medical Institute

FAA – AM – FAA Office of Aviation Medicine Reports

FAA Registry – N-Number Inquiry

FAR – Federal Aviation Regulations & Regulation Exemption Search & Regulation Exemptions on RGL

FSIMS – Flight Standards Information Management System

INFO – Information For Operators

MMEL – Master Minimum Equipment List

MMEL Policy Letters FSIMS MMEL Policy Letters

NPRM – Notices of Proposed Rulemaking; NPRM (1947 – 2010) FAA access only.

RGL – Regulatory Guidance Library and Regulatory Guidance Library (CFR Final Rules)

SAFO – Safety Alerts For Operators

SSI – Sensitive Security Information (Protection of – Part 15) (Protection of – Part 1520)

STC – Supplemental Type Certificate or Supplemental Type Certificate on RGL

TCDS – Type Certificate Data Sheets

TSO – Technical Standard Order or TSO’s on faa.gov or Cabin Safety Technical Standard Orders

USC – United States Code (Titles)

System Safety – FAA System Safety Handbook  

DOT Industry Letters – Guidance Regarding Aviation Rules and Statute

FAA RESOURCES

Aircraft Safety Alerts

Airline Certificate Information

Airline Certification

Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP)

Aviation Safety & Health Program (ASHP)

Cabin Safety

Child Safety

Civil Penalties

Equivalent Levels of Safety Findings

Federal Register

Final Rules (CFR)

Fire and Cabin Safety Reports

Fire and Cabin Safety Research

Flight Delay Information

Hazardous Materials – Airline Operations

Hazardous Materials – Passengers and Crew

Hazardous Materials – Regulations and Policies

Historical FAA Regulations

Legal Interpretations

Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL)

Master Minimum Equipment (MMEL) Policy Letters

Medical/Medicine questions

Notices of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM)

NPRM – Proposed and Final Rules

Passengers with disabilities

Recently Published Rulemaking Documents

Safety Management Systems

Safety Management Systems – Policy and Requirements

Safety Management System – Training  

Supplemental Type Certificates

Type Certificate Data Sheets

Unruly Passenger Statistics 

OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES

Aviation Safety Reporting System (NASA)

CDC – Infection Control Guidelines for Cabin Crew Members on Commercial Aircraft

EPA – Aircraft Drinking Water

Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Guide

NTSB Safety Study: Emergency Evacuation of Commercial Airplanes

PHMSA – Hazardous Materials Safety

PHMSA – Hazmat Training Program Guide

PHMSA – Training materials and Publications

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

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