Is your flight department prepared to effectively and appropriately respond to the loved ones of those affected by an aircraft incident/accident? Do you have the tools to efficiently and effectively support families in their time of need while protecting your Company and brand reputation? Dr. Carolyn Coarsey, Co-Founder and President of the Family Assistance Education and Research Foundation will discuss an aviation accident's impact on family members, best practices for business aviation operators to respond,  and how family assistance training is a critical enhancement to your Emergency Response Plan (ERP) with integration into your Safety Management System (SMS). This webinar is intended as Part 1 of a two-part series that will conclude at the NBAA Annual Meeting & Convention in Atlanta on October 19, 2010.  Part 2 will also be broadcast live from the Convention for those unable to attend.  
The Part 1 Webinar will address:
•    Aviation Disaster Family Assistance Act of 1996
•    Best practices and necessary skill sets for business aviation operations including       building and enhancing logistical support
•    The power of establishing an in-house care team that links the flight department to       non-aviation corporate entities and can establish the aviation department in a       leadership role for other response efforts
•    Face-to-face and telephone interaction with families
•    Interaction with the media
•    Preview of content to be covered at the Part 2 session on 10/19

For information on Part 2 of this series CLICK HERE.

Seminar Information
Date Presented:
August 26, 2010 2:00 PM Eastern
1 hour
Family Assistance Response After an Incident/Accident, Part 1 of 2
Speaker Information
Dr. Carolyn Coarsey   [ view bio ]
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