A new edition of the already traditional JIAAC Conferences is coming up, with presentations by the main representatives of world aviation. The “Global Vision of Safety Investigation” will be dealt with in presentations of the highest level. Case studies, experiences, and new knowledge on aviation accidents and incidents investigation with a multifaceted perspective of global extent.
From the first edition conducted in 2014, JIAAC Conferences have become a unique meeting opportunity for the entire aviation community. But this time it has an even more significant relevance due to the presence of leaders and representatives of the main manufacturers and associations, together with officials from organizations and regulatory bodies in this area at the global level.
Under the motto “Global Vision of Safety Investigation,” this will be the first time that these different public figures discuss together the importance of accident investigation in Aviation Safety management.
The process of strengthening informal and institutional links achieved by JIAAC in the last few years with investigation organizations from other countries as well as with operators, companies, and specialists of the sector in general, will be underscored in a meeting that shall be, undoubtedly, of the highest level in the global aviation sector.
The presentations will be organized into three main modules:
The Secretary of Transport, Guillermo Dietrich, along with authorities from the National Civil Aviation Administration will be in the first panel, together with the president if JIAAC, Pamela Suárez.
Representatives of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) of the USA, will lead the panel of investigation organizations, together with the National Director of Investigations, Daniel Barafani. Furthermore, Sebastien David, for the Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’Analyses pour la Sécurité de l’Aviation Civile (BEA) of France, and Frank del Gandio, for the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI) will be part of this panel.
Representatives of companies such as Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, ATR and Rolls-Royce will provide the view of components and aircraft manufacturers, especially on the topic of investigation.
Moreover, lectures by Mario Colavita, for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA); Andre De Cock, for the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Marcelo Ureña for ICAO SAM regional office, are scheduled.
The date of the meeting is Friday, November 10, 2017, at the San Agustín Auditorium of the Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) in Puerto Madero.
Participation is open and free of charge, with previous registration by submitting the required data in the following link: