FRMS Forum San Francisco – 1st and 2nd October 2019
30th September 2019
18:30 Cocktail party – sponsored by The FRMS Forum.
A cocktail reception for all delegates registered for the Forum’s conference, will be held in the hotel. It will start at 18:30. Delegates are invited to explore San Francisco’s excellent restaurants for their dinner afterwards. Please register your place for the cocktail party at the same time as you register for the conference on the website
Day 1 – 1st October 2019 at the Hyatt Hotel, Embarcadero, San Francisco
09:00 Welcome. Douglas Mellor. FRMSc Limited, United Kingdom
09:15 Keynote Presentation: Speaker to be confirmed
10:00 The Canadian Approach to regulating for FRMS. Rosalie Kamp FRMS Project, National Programs, Technical Program Evaluation and Coordination Transport Canada.
10:30 Effectiveness of Flight Time Limitations. Report on EU Study. Daniel Coutellier, EASA.
11:30: Controlled Rest. Cathay Pacific actions following the publication of the FSF FCWG Controlled Rest Paper. Nina McGrath Group Safety Manager – FRMS. Cathay Pacific.
12:00 Controlled Rest: Discussing the Flight Safety Foundation Action Group survey. FSF representative TBA.
14:00 Fatigue, workload and Behavioural markers; Panel session. Moderator: Jim Mangie Delta Airlines.
15:00 The influence of fatigue on pilot decision-making: an eye-tracking and FRMS study. Julia Behrend. Air France.
16:00 Personal mitigation strategies to get through this month’s schedule. How do you set yourself up to win? A panel session. Moderator: Darrell Myers, President ALPL Luxembourg.
16:30 Developments and experiences at FAA.
19:30 Networking Dinner. A networking dinner has been arranged at the hotel and is included in the conference package for all delegates.
Day 2 – 2nd October 2019
09:00 Welcome back. Douglas Mellor. FRMSc Limited, UK.
09:15 IATA Data Repository Project update. Speaker to be confirmed
09:30 The challenges and approach to managing fatigue in carriers. Panel session Moderator: Jim Mangie Delta Airlines
11:00 Preparing a Fatigue Risk Management Plan for ULR City Pair Regulatory Approval. Capt. Greg Fallow Air New Zealand.
11:30 Fatigue Risk Indicators of the Brazilian Regular Aviation: First Results from Fadigômetro Research Project Captain Tulio Rodrigues, PhD Gol Airline Crew Member Association – ASAGOL, Brazil.
12:00 FRMS in Business & Corporate Aviation. A Panel session. Moderator: Joel Hencks. Aero Ex.
14:00 Confessions of the Long Distance FRMS Practitioner. Some experiences of how the processes actually work (or don’t). Panel session. Moderator: Kathryn Jones UK CAA
15:00 Constructing a risk assessment table for long haul operations. Moritz Senkspiel, Lufthansa Cargo Operations.
16:00 New Prescriptive limit in Japan and its background. Capt Kazuhiko Matsumoto and Masato Nagai. All Nippon Airlines
16:30 Clearing up after incidents: Speaker from a National Transport Investigation Board, to be confirmed. Speaker to be confirmed
17:30 FRMS Forum Annual General Meeting