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22 nd – 24 th April 2008 ICAO Regional Office, Bangkok CABIN SAFETY SEMINAR.

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1 22 nd – 24 th April 2008 ICAO Regional Office, Bangkok CABIN SAFETY SEMINAR

2 Welcome And Introduction

3 Allan Tang Senior Flight Operations Manager, CAA Singapore 2-3

4 Background ICAO ICAO is one of 38 United Nations specialised agencies Headquarters in Montreal Regional Offices in Bangkok, Cairo, Dakar, Lima, Mexico, Nairobi and Paris

5 The ICAO organization –Insure the safe and orderly growth of international civil aviation throughout the world –Encourage the development of airways, airports, and air navigation facilities for international civil aviation –Promote safety of flight in international air navigation –Promote generally the development of all aspects of international civil aeronautics Objectives

6 Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) Standards and Recommended Practices are set out in 18 Annexes to the Convention Cover all technical and operational aspects of international civil aviation – Annex 6 ( Operations of Aircraft ) addresses Cabin Crew. Standards are specifications the uniform application of which is necessary for the safety or regularity of international civil aviation Recommended Practice is one agreed to be desirable but not essential

7 Background C – Cooperative Development of O – Operational S – Safety and C – Continuing A – Airworthiness P – Programme COSCAP

8 COSCAP OBJECTIVE Enhance the safety and efficiency of air transport through the establishment of a self-sustaining sub- regional cooperative entity providing technical services in safety oversight to the Member States

9 COSCAP PROGRAMMES COSCAP – South Asia – Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka – Commenced Operations February 1998 COSCAP-Southeast Asia – Cambodia, Hong Kong China, Macao China, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam, Brunei, Timor-Leste – Commenced Operations July 2001

10 COSCAP PROGRAMMES COSCAP – North Asia – China P.R., Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, Mongolia, and Republic of Korea – Commenced Operations February 2003

11 One of COSCAP Major Objective - Training Seminars, Workshops, Courses provided to States based on their needs Provided by COSCAP Experts and/or donor organizations Air operators/service providers normally participate in the programme with CAA staff

12 Objective of this Cabin Safety Seminar To discuss and address Cabin Safety issues To promote interaction and networking between Cabin Safety professionals within the Asia and the Pacific Region To enhance interaction between the regulators and the industry 2-12

13 Schedule – Day 1 Tuesday, April 22, – 0900 Registration 0900 – 0915 Opening Remarks and Welcome: ICAO Regional Office 0915 – 0930 Introduction to Seminar : Mr. Allan Tang 0930 – 1000 ICAO Requirements Concerning Cabin Safety: Capt Fareed Ali Shah 1000 – 1030 Cabin Safety Manual Standards: Ms Romany Lawrence Hewa 1030 – 1100 Tea Break 1100 – 1130 Minimum Cabin Crew Complement: Tengku Evelyn Ezura Binti Tengku Zahar 1130 – 1200 Part 21 Aviation Audit Training for Aviation Cabin Safety Inspector: Ms. Marizon Luna 1200 – 1230 Q & A Session 1230 – 1330 Lunch Break 2-13

14 Schedule – Day 1 Tuesday, April 22, – 1400 Human Factor in Cabin Safety: Ms Barbara Dunn 1400 – 1430 Duties & Responsibilities of DCA in Cabin Safety Issues: Ms. Thipsuda Chiamcharoenvut 1430 – 1500 Human Factors for Cabin Crew in Malaysia Airlines: Capt Aziz Al Rahman 1500 – 1530 Tea Break 1530 – 1600 Practical Introduction and Application of System Management: Ms. Sue Rice 1600 – 1630 Q & A Session 2-14

15 Wednesday, April 23, – 0930 Cabin Safety Training – Low Cost Carrier: Ms Doreen Foo 0930 – 1000 Decompression - Its effects and how prepared are cabin crews for such a situation: Mr. Primal De Silva 1000 – 1030PED on Board Thai Airways: Ms Pawinee Wienands 1030 – 1100 Tea Break 1100 – 1130 Cabin Safety Issues – Merger of 2 Carriers: Ms Jannie Pang 1130 – 1200 Cabin Safety of Hong Kong Operators: Capt Eric Cheng 1200 – 1230 Q & A Session 1230 – 1330 Lunch Break 2-15 Schedule – Day 2

16 Wednesday, April 23, – 1400 The Cabin Crew Unions Role in Cabin Safety – An American Perspective: Ms Melissa Madden 1400 – 1430 A 380 Cabin Safety Considerations: Mr. Hehemann 1430 – 1500 Regulating SIA A380 Entry Into Service: Mr. Allan Tang 1500 – 1530 Tea Break 1530 – 1600 A380 Cabin Safety Training: Mr. Chan T W 1600 – 1630 Q & A Session 2-16 Schedule – Day 2

17 Schedule – Day 3 Thursday, April 24, Why We Investigate Cabin Safety and Lessons Learnt: Ms. Barbara Dunn & Ms. Candace Kolander Prohibition of and Penalties for Acts Impeding Safety: Ms Akemi Inukai Unruly Passenger: Ms. Michelle Karenborough Tea break Hijack – Alitalia 1982 : Sri Lankan Airlines Hijack Experience of a Cabin Crew: Mr. Francis Cabel A Survival Experience of the SQ 006 Accident: Mr. Cyrano Latiff Lunch Q & A Session Closing Remarks: PC COSCAP-SA 2-17

18 Q&A 30 minutes allocated for Q&A after each session Q&A Cards will be provided State the name of speaker the question is directed to Write your question Completed Q&A cards will be forwarded to the speaker to answer your question 2-18

19 Special Thanks Airbus industries for the sponsorship of this seminar Ms. Dunn and Ms Rice for sparing their personal time in organising this seminar Association of Flight Attendants for their presentations at this seminar Mr Cyrano Latiff for sharing his experience in SQ006 accident Etihad Airways for Mr Cabel s presentation All CAAs from the 3 COSCAPs and airlines for their presentations CASA and CAAS for their support Regional office Admin and Support staff for attending to all logistics 2-19

20 Introduction - THE END - Cabin Safety Seminar

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