Taz_and_BuckAviation Human Factors & SMS Wings Seminar:

Real-World Flight Operations and Research Progress

Wednesday March 31 - Thursday April 1, 2010

Frontiers Of Flight Museum

Love Field, Dallas, Texas (KDAL) 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. both days

An interactive Wings seminar to discuss research issues, academic challenges, and system advances for human factors in the real-world of operations. The goal is to meet and share information cutting across operational domains: Part 121, 135, 141 and 91, fixed-wing and rotorcraft. Speakers will discuss operational lessons learned and research progress. Attendees will have an opportunity to discuss their concerns and needs for human factors tools and system solutions.

Presentations 2010

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Speakers and Subjects Lineup for 2010

Click on links for more info. Names with * have 2010 presentation uploaded. (-) denotes no presentation available
(-) Mr Jan Collmer, Jan Collmer Airshows, Upset Recovery: What's The Problem?
(-) Mr Steve Buckner, FAASTeam Program Manager Southwest Region FAASTeam Program Manager
*Captain Ted Rogachuk, Flight Options , SMS Implementation
*Dr Kim Cardosi, Volpe, What's New in Runway Safety Human Factors
*Dr Anthony Ciavarelli, Human Factors Associates, Assessing Safety Climate and Culture in Aviation and Aerospace
*Captain Cathy Dees, Southwest Airlines, Crew Resource Management (CRM) and Leadership
Dr Frank Durso, Georgia Institute of Technology, Monitoring NextGen
(-) Col Rich Graham, USAF (Ret), Personal and Professional Standards,
Dr Steven R. Hursh, Institutes for Behavior Resources, Fatigue Risk Management Tools, Handout
*Captain Neil Krey, Magenta Line, The Role of General Aviation Training in Airline Safety
*Mr Shawn Pruchnicki, The Ohio State University, Creating a Just Culture in Your Organization
Dr Bill Salazar, FAA Regional Flight Surgeon, Southwest Region, Maintaining the Medical
Mr. Rogers Shaw, FAA, Civil Aerospace Medical Institute, Human Factors Education for General Aviation
*Dr Terry L. von Thaden, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Social Informatics and Distributed Knowledge in Safety Critical Environments
(-) Captain Herb Webber, Van Bortel Aircraft, Pilot In Command: The 2010 General Aviation Flight Deck
(-) Mr John Williams, Bell Helicopter, Helicopter Professional Pilot Safety Program, SMS Implementation for Bell Helicopter Training Academy

Agenda: The seminar agenda focuses on 2 major elements, Operations and Research

Jepps_777.JPGResearch: Informatics, applied research for NextGen, fatigue, human-centered automation, performance assessment, information management and display and flight physiology
Operations: Safety Management Systems, Crew Resource Management, HF education programs for Universities and operators, dissemination of human factors products.

This year we will examine human factor and CRM lessons learned from various communities, and discuss application of those lessons learned to business and general aviation. We will focus on a systems approach to continuous improvement of safety, operations and training. This interactive seminar will be an exercise in communication, with a focus on preparation and execution in an operational environment.


Seminar 2010 Flyer


March 31 - April 1 Human Factors and SMS Wings Seminar fee is $75 USD.
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New this year, Aircraft Operator Security Management System (AOSeMS) One Day Seminar presented by Curt Lewis & Associates on March 30, 2010 Tue. This introductory security seminar provides top executives and air carrier/corporate managers with an understanding of a security management system that parallels current safety management system (SMS) endeavors throughout the aviation industry. Come out a day early and add AOSeMS to you management toolkit.
FMI: AOSeMS Workshop
March 30 AOSeMS seminar facilitated by Curt Lewis and Associates and priced at $195.
Note of clarification: There is a 1-day Security seminar, cost $195 USD, payable to Curt Lewis (not Kent Lewis). There is also the 2-day Human Factors and SMS Seminar, cost $75 USD, payable to Signal Charlie (Kent Lewis). Perfectly clear, right?

Dress is business casual.
Lunch will be provided Day 1 of Wings Seminar.
Door prizes: SR-71 simulator tour, 737 flight deck tour, 1 FOFM Family Membership, King Schools 3 $50 gift certificates, VFM aviation books
Attendees will qualify for 9 hours of Wings Basic, Advanced and Master safety knowledge electives.
Seminar folder provided, attendee contact info,weblink with pdf proceedings after conference.
DFW ISASI meeting will start during last brief, Wednesday March 31

FMI: Kent B. Lewis, Seminar Facilitator, FAASTeam Lead Rep, Fort Worth, (817) 692-1971 lewis.kent@gmail.com

Proud 2010 Sponsors:

Advanced Aircrew Academy - Lunch Sponsor
Bombardier Aerospace
Curt Lewis LLC; Flight Safety Information
FAA Safety Team, Southwest Region, Dallas and Fort Worth FSDO
FAA Office of Runway Safety
Frontiers of Flight Museum
ISASI DFW Chapter - Lunch Sponsor
King Schools
Signal Charlie
Southwest Airlines
Van Bortel Aircraft
Vintage Flying Museum

Weblink to 2009 pdf proceedings

FAASTeam Wings
RSVPs for 2010 as of 17 Mar 10

Air Associates of Kansas
Air Line Pilots Association
AirMed Services
Allied Pilots Association
Altier Law Offices
American Airlines
American Eurocopter
Bell Helicopter
Bombardier Aerospace
Chartis Aerospace Insurance Svc
Chief of Naval Ar Training Safety
CAE Simuflite
Civil Aerospace Medical Institute
Continental Airlines
CRM Developers
Crosswind Aviation
Curt Lewis & Associates
Dallas Airmotive
DFW International Airport Planning, ATC
Deicing Safety Systems
Delta Air Lines
FAA - Southwest Region FAASTeam
FAA Safety Team
Flight Options
Flight Safety, Intl
Frontier Airlines
Georgia Tech Engineering Psychology
Hewlett Packard Aviation
Hillard Energy
Hobbart Regional Airport
Human Factors Associates
Hummingbird Aviation
Institutes for Behavior Resources
Intl Society of Air Safety Investigators
Jan Collmer Airshows
Jet Solutions
Korean Air
Lockheed Martin Flight Services
Magenta Line
McQueary Henry Bowles Troy LLP
NASA Flight Sim Engineering
Pinnacle Airlines
PPI Aero
Singapore Airlines
Southwest Airlines
The Ohio State University
Transport Canada Civil Aviation
Transportation Safety Board (TSB) Canada
Tyson Foods
United Airlines
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Human Factors
University of North Dakota
Van Bortel Aircraft
Wiegmann, Shappell and Associates

75 Organizations Represented in 2009:
APS Aviation, Inc.
AeroSpace Applications
Air Line Pilots Association Intl
AIU Holdings
Allied Pilots Assn
American Airlines ASAP
American Eagle Flight Safety
B4 Flight
Beechcraft Pilot Proficiency
Bell Helicopter
Bill Wallace & Assoc
Bombardier Aerospace
CAE SimuFlite
Chief of Naval Air Training
Citation Shares
Cockpit Management Inc.
Comanche Peak Nuclear
Curt Lewis and Associates, LLC
DFW Intl Airport
Daniel Webster Univ
Delta Air Lines
DOT Fed Railroad Admin
DOT Volpe
El Al Israeli Airlines
ERA Helicopters
ERAU Dyess
Epic Helicopters
FAA Runway Safety ASW, HQ
Flight Options
FlightSafety International - DFW
Frontier Airlines
Hewlett Packard
Hilliard Energy
Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP
Human Factors Associates
Independent Pilots Assn
Indiana State U, Dept of Avn
Intl Federation of Airworthiness
International Society of Air Safety Investigators
Jani King Aviation
Kenneth Jenkins LLC
L-3 Integrated Systems
LeTourneau University
Lockheed Martin Flt Svc
Lockheed Martin JMATS
Lufthansa Cargo AG
Magenta Line
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Offenhauser Oil & Gas
Omni Air Transport
Pinnacle Airlines
Pratt & Whitney
PPI Aero
Robert Barnes Assoc, Inc
RPaddock Consults, LLC
SMS, S.C. (Mexico)
Sea Trek Rescue Divers
Seneca College
Seven Bar Flying Service
SA Technologies
Southeastern Oklahoma State U
Southwest Airlines FDAP, CRM, ASAP
Southwest Airlines QA, Dispatch
TX Pneumatics
TWU 550
US Air Force AFMC Avn Safety
United Airlines Maintenance
University of North Dakota
Van Bortel Aircraft
Younce, Moore and Moseley