NBAA has scheduled 18 safety-related presentations during the week of NBAA-BACE 2022 next month in Orlando, Florida, as it aims to help operators build a preventative safety culture through data analysis and best practices, the organization said. Scheduled from October 17 to 20, sessions will provide strategies for identifying and mitigating risks involved in common accidents, ways to support mental health awareness, and means to tailor safety management systems to different types of operations.

NBAA’s National Safety Forum will take place in an expanded forum throughout the week to encourage wider participation. A number of government leaders, including National Transportation Safety Board members and other regulators, also will discuss safety objectives, and a Department of Energy aviation safety summit will be co-located during BACE week. Further, the Single-Pilot Safety Standdown is scheduled for October 17.

“Business aviation’s commitment to constantly refining best operating practices is reflected in the robust NBAA-BACE safety program, which will deliver important perspectives on the latest strategies and technology for preventative safety,” said NBAA director of safety and flight operations Mark Larsen.


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