FoF 2022 «Communicate for Safety and Safety Risk Management matters

Monday April 4th at 19:00; traditional Norwegian food and networking
Topic: Black Hornet a Norwegian success, Captain and Product Director of Teledyne FLIR, Dag Henning Paulsen

Tuesday April 5th
• 08:00 Registration and refreshments in the lobby
• 09:00 Welcome by FoF
• 09:10 Opening the conference, CEO AVINOR Abraham Foss
• 09:40 2021 «in review» Global Safety Update, by FoF
• 10:15 Coffee – Networking break
• 10:45 How experts make decisions: Naturalistic Decision Making in Aviation, Captain Walter Schwyzer
11:30 Introduction to Remote Towers, a status report by Jens Petter Duestad, Avinor ANS
12:10 TCAS non-compliance and intercept after comm. failure, Philippe Domogala, IFATCA
• 13:00 Lunch – Networking break
• 14:00 HFACS, a Human Factor Analysis and Classification System, Lt. Col Lasse Berg, RNoAF
• 14:45 Coffee – Networking break
• 15:15 What it takes to make it through the day, story of a miracle in Tallin, Nathalie de Ziegler, BEA and Co-pilot Mihhail Dragunov
• 19:30 Conference Dinner

Wednesday April 6th
• 08:00 Registration and refreshments in the lobby
• 09:00 Opening comments by FoF
• 09:10 Formula 1 and lessons identified related to aviation, by Max Leitschuh, Crisis24
• 10:00 Safety Risk Management, when to use it, Morten Kjellesvig, FoF
• 10:45 Coffee – Networking break
• 11:00 Top FIVE – action plan, by FoF
• 11:30 5G impact on aircraft and instruments, Flight Inspector Kai O. Nergård, CAA Norway
• 12:10 Tromsø Arctic Simulation Centre (TASIC), Master study at University of Tromsø, Brynjar Andersen Saus UiT
• 12:30 FoF Quiz and sum up – the conference will continue in Norwegian
• 13:00 Lunch – Networking break
• 13:30 Utfordinger i Norsk og Internasjonal luftfart, Dag Falk-Petersen, (R) CEO og Kapt
• 14:00 Multiple engine flameouts due to ice congestion, Consultant John Arne Lande, AIB-N

Next FoF 27 – 29 March 2023, add to your calendar.

The program can be subject to change.