FoF 2020 «Communicate for Safety»
Safety Risk Management Matters

Monday 14th September at 19:00; traditional Norwegian food and networking
Topic: Operational testing of aircraft, Eskil Amdal, former test pilot RNoAF, now test pilot Airbus.

Tuesday 15th September
• 08:00 Registration and refreshments in the lobby
• 09:00 Welcome by FoF
• 09:10 Opening the conference, CEO Frode Granlund, Pilot Flight Academy
• 09:30 2019 & 2020 so far «in review» Global Safety Update, FoF
• 10:15 Covid 19 and the impact on aviation, Yngve Carlsen, President NF (Norsk Flygerforbund),
• 10:45 Coffee – Networking break
• 11:15 Startle and Surprise Training, Edzard Boland, NLR, Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre
• 11:45 The “new” EASA Support Programme, will it be better? Capt. Stein Gilhuus, Manager Pilot Advisory Group Norske SAS Piloters Forening•
• 12:10 Safety Culture: Criminalization and Punishment, Capt. Walter Schwyzer, Korean Airlines
• 13:00 Lunch – Networking break
• 14:00 Loss of Control – How much of a problem? Paul Hayes, Director – Air Safety and Insurance, Cirium
• 14:30 The importance of proper Risk Management in aviation, Ole Morten Løge, CHC Helicopter Service on behalf of CGE Risk Management
• 15:00 Lessons learned from two decades investigating human factors in aircraft incidents and accidents. Bill Bramble, Human Factor Specialist NTSB (Webinar)
• 19:30 Conference Dinner

Wednesday 16th September
• 08:00 Registration and refreshments in the lobby
• 09:00 Opening comments by FoF
• 09:10 Breaking Airlines Flight Data Monitoring Barriers: A Pilot’s Perspective, Bertrand de Courville, CEFA Aviation
• 09:50 Lessons from the B737 Max, Dai Whittingham UK Flight Safety Committee
• 10:30 Coffee – Networking break
• 11:00 Black Swan events – examples from Airbus History, Stéphane Cote, Airbus (Webinar)
• 11:40 FoF Quiz and sum up – the conference will continue in Norwegian
• 12:00 SHK – Har vi nok informasjon? Bruker vi informasjon og kunnskap godt nok? Jon Sneltvedt, SHK
• 13:00 Lunch – networking break 

Next FoF 12 – 14 April 2021.

The program can be subject to change.