PACDEFF 2015 | Brisbane

Program

Day 1 – Tuesday 25th of August

0800 – 0900 Registration

0900 – 0910 Introduction and Welcome

0910 – 0955 Keynote Speaker – Dr. Nicklas Dahlstrom (Human Factors Manager, Emirates Airline)

1000 – 1030 An update by CASA on Fatigue and the Implementation of New Rules to Manage it – Ian Banks (CASA)

1100 – 1130 Risk – Aligning Perception with Reality – Mark Hughes (CAANZ)

1135 – 1200 Continuous Change and Added Complexity – A Real Threat to Safety? – Dr. Wayne Martin (USQ)

1300 – 1325 Integrating CRM and Technical Skills for New Technologies – Dr. Barbara Kanki (NASA rtd.)

1325 – 1350 Making Meaningful Sense of CRM, FOQA, LOSA, Culture and Targeted Risk Reduction: Whys and Hows – Joey Anca (Jetstar)

1400 – 1445 Common Human Factors Issues in Aircraft Incidents – Dr. Melanie Todd (ATSB)

1515 – 1540 Contemporary Issues in HF/NTS Assessment for the Flight Examiner – Todd Mickelson (Leading Edge Safety Systems)

1545 – 1610 Results of a Military MOSA: Implications for Industry – Susan Burdekin (ADFA) and Sqn Ldr Steve Ferguson (RAAF)

1610 – 1630 An overview of an Airline NTS/CRM Program – Martin Egerth (Lufthansa)

1630 – 1650 An Overview of an Airline HF/CRM Programme – Julia Pitsopoulos (Jetstar)

1650 – 1700 End of day wrap up

1830 – 2230 Cocktail Party and Conference Dinner Social Event (Novotel)

Day 2 – Wednesday 26th of August

0900 – 0905 Day 2 Introduction

0915 – 1000 Keynote Speaker – Brenton Hayward (Dedale Asia Pacific)

1005 – 1030 Multi-tasking and the Working Memory – Peter Russo (Engaging Leaders)

1100 – 1130 Business as Usual – Making Human Factors Integration the Norm – Louise Kirkwood (Qantas)

1135 – 1200 A Human Factors Career: Lessons from all Sides of the Fence – Dr Selina Fothergill

Forum 1 (Flight Crew Forum) – Melanie Todd

1300 – 1325 From Monitoring to Managing – Rocky Heemstra (Emirates Airline)

1330 – 1355 The Loss of Manual Flying Skills – Dr. Matt Ebbatson (Swinburne University)

1405 – 1430 Behavioural Marker Standardisation – Norman MacLeod (Cathay Pacific)

1500 – 1525 The Effect of Noise on Key Piloting Skills – Dr. Brett Molesworth (UNSW)

1530 – 1555 The Future Face of LOSA: Where to from here? – Prof. Patrick Murray (USQ)

1605 – 1630 The QRH; Are Electronic Checklists Sufficiently Mature to Replace it? – Capt. Simon Henderson, PhD (Virgin Australia)

1630 – 1655 Human Factors Challenges in Poor Visibility Helicopter Operations – Patrizia Knabl (DLR Germany)

Forum 2 (Cabin Crew Forum) – Stephen Barry

1300 – 1325 Threat and Error Management in Cabin Crew Operations – Carolyn Vaughan (Qantas)

1330 – 1355 Human Factors Challenges Associated With a Large, Multi-cultural, Largely Expatriate Cabin Crew Team – Samah Kamal (Qatar Airways)

1405 – 1430 A Review of Recent Cabin Challenges in Aeromedical Operations – Mark Holmes (Air Ambulance NSW)

1500 – 1700 Facilitator Training Skills Workshop – Jana Ewing (Virgin Australia)

Forum 3 (ATC Forum) – Chair Kerri Garland

1300 – 1325 Runway Incursion – Iain White (Air Services Australia)

1330 – 1355 ATC Just Culture – Nic Connelly (Air Services Australia)

1405 – 1430 ATC/Pilot Communications – David Wiman (Air Services Australia)

1500 – 1525 Developing a Healthy Paranoia – Kerri Garland (Air Services Australia)

1530 – 1555 A Joint Airline and ATC Training Initiative – Matt Ross & Bill Appleby (ASA, ACNZ)

1605 – 1630 Understanding the Manual of Air Traffic Services – Colleen Kitson (Air Services Australia)

1635 – 1700 ATC Training – Andrew Ciseau (Air Services Australia)

Forum 4 (General Forum) – Kylie Miller

1300 – 1325 Challenges in Ground Staff NTS Training – Kirsty Avery (Virgin Australia)

1330 – 1355 Non-technical Skills in Everyday Life – Allen Henderson (Virgin Australia)

1405 – 1430 Leadership Development for Pilots – A Continuous Trainings Approach at Lufthansa – Martin Egerth (Lufthansa)

1500 – 1600 Mental Health Issues for Aviation Professionals (Day 3 Workshop Intro): Introduction to the Basics of the Most Common Mental and Emotional Problems Encountered in Aviation Professionals and their Impact on Aviation – Dr. Trang Dao M.D.

Forum 5 (General Forum) – Selina Fothergill

1300 – 1325 Managing the Unmanageable: CERP and Corporate Resilience – Ros Wheatley (Virgin Australia)

1330 – 1355 Cross Culturally Managing Risk in ‘High’ Risk Industries: A Cosmopolitan Approach to Conceptualising Human Factors in Aviation Environments – Amadeus Kubicek (Charles Sturt University)

1405 – 1430 Decision Support Tools for Aviation Safety Data – Capt. Sam James (ADF)

1500 – 1525 Safety Culture: The Effects of Evolution and Social Forces – Lt. Col. Martin Levey (ADF)

1530 – 1555 Identifying and Managing Human Factors Engineering Requirements during Aircraft Acquisition and Major Projects in Defence Aviation – LEUT Julia Gibney (ADF)

1700 – 1705 Day 2 Wrap Up

1830 – 2300 Wednesday Evening Social Event (Kookaburra Paddleboat River Dinner Cruise)

Day 3 – Thursday 27th of August

Forum 1 Contemporary Best Practice in Debriefing Workshop – Associate Professor Tim Mavin (Griffith University)

0900 – 1015 Debriefing Workshop

1045 – 1200 Debriefing Workshop

Forum 2 Going Pro: The Deliberate Practice of Professionalism – Ben Cook (CEO, Human and Systems Excellence)

0900 – 1015 Professionalism Workshop

1045 – 1200 Professionalism Workshop

Forum 3 Mental Health Workshop for Aviation Professionals: Guidelines for Detection, Best Referral Pathway and Management Models – Trang Dao, MD

Panelists: Dr. Nicklas Dahlstrom, Allan Baker, Dr. David Powell (TBC)

0900 – 1015 Mental Health Workshop

1045 – 1200 Mental Health Workshop

Forum 4 NTS/CRM Workshop: Sharing Ideas for Best Practice in NTS/CRM Training – Belinda Warner (Virgin Australia)

1300 – 1415 NTS/CRM Workshop – Sharing Ideas for Best Practice

1445 – 1600 NTS/CRM Workshop – Sharing Ideas for Best Practice

Forum 5 Coaching, Counselling and Guiding the Failing Aviator: A Practical Guide – Rocky Heemstra (Emirates Airline)

1300 – 1415 Coaching, Counselling and Guiding the Failing Aviator – A Practical Guide

1445 – 1600 Coaching, Counselling and Guiding the Failing Aviator – A Practical Guide

Forum 6 Australian Aviation Psychology Association (AAvPA) Pilot Monitoring Workshop

0900 – 0945 An Eye Tracking and Analysis Program for Pilot Monitoring Training – John Towers (Boeing Research & Technology)

0945 – 1030 Guided Distraction: A Possible Solution for Extended Monitoring – Assoc. Prof. Mark Wiggins (Macquarie University)

1100 – 1145 An ATSB Investigation Report on ATC Monitoring – Heather Fitzpatrick (ATSB)

1145 – 1200 Questions for Morning Speakers

1300 – 1345 Monitoring Re-imagined – Norman MacLeod (Cathay Pacific Airline)

1345 – 1430 Real World Data on Pilot Monitoring and Training Initiatives for Improving PM skills – Capt. Simon Henderson (Virgin Australia)

1515 – 1545 Pilot Monitoring: Is There a Case for Evidence Based Solutions? – Prof. Patrick Murray (USQ)

1545 – 1600 Questions for Afternoon Speakers

1600 – 1645 Panel Discussion and Wrap Up

Forum 7 Asia Pacific Cabin Safety Working Group Forum

0800 – 0830 Registration

0830 – 0845 Introduction and Welcome – Sue Rice

0845 – 0945 CASA Update on CASR PART 121 & PART 91; ICAO Update from Cabin Safety Regulatory Working Group – Lisa Anseline and Bevan Harlock (CASA)

0945 – 1015 Challenges of Introducing Behavioural Markers Assessment into a Major Airline Operator – Kiralee Tynan and Sue Pike (Virgin Australia)

1200 – 1300 Industry Best Practice Sharing Session on Current Risks Identified Within the Cabin – Stephen Barry (Virgin Australia)

1200 – 1300 Lunch

1300 – 1415 Structured Discussion with Regard to Cabin Crew Emergency Commands – Sue Rice (APCSWG)

1445 – 1515 The Effect of The Relationship Between Noise and Subtitles in Pre-flight Safety Briefings – Dr Brett Molesworth (UNSW)

1515 – 1545 The Benefits to Airlines of Carrying a Medical Remote Diagnostic System on Board – Sarah Magee (RDT)

1545 – 1630 Wrap-up and Summary

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