The Cabin Safety Workshops are sponsored by the FAA Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI), Aerospace Medical Research Division, Protection and Survival Research Lab, Cabin Safety Research Team
All 2013 Cabin Safety Workshops are full; applications are no longer being accepted. Please check later for the 2014 Workshop schedule.
Thank you for your interest in our Cabin Safety Workshops. The workshops, held at the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, are designed to familiarize interested aviation personnel with important research activities conducted by the FAA in the area of airplane cabin safety. The Research Team relies on feedback from industry in order to continue providing the most timely and informed research activities possible. Therefore, it is our endeavor to provide an open forum for exchange of information between industry participants and our research staff.
Research topics include: aircraft accident research, aircraft seat and restraint systems research, brace-for-impact positions, infant/child restraint systems, aircraft evacuation research and procedures, aircraft fire safety research and procedures, water survival research, emergency equipment and procedures, and fatigue countermeasures research. Physiological training is included, beginning with classroom instruction about the effects of high altitude on the human body, and concluding with an altitude chamber flight, allowing participants to actually experience the effects of rapid decompression.
Typically, 4 workshops are scheduled per year, each beginning mid-day on Monday and adjourning on Friday about midday. Each workshop will accommodate 26 participants, with no more than 3 persons from any single organization. Because of the limited availability, we urge you to select attendees from your organization who are in a position to disseminate information to the greatest number of people. Instructors, in-flight managers, or safety representatives are recommended attendees. Cabin Safety Workshops are not intended, nor conducted, as basic training for in-flight personnel; they are designed to provide supplemental state-of-the-art information for aviation industry personnel.
Assignments to the workshops are awarded in the order that registration forms are received. Since the workshops fill quite rapidly, it is important to return the registration form as soon as possible. After we have received it, confirmation packages, which include additional information about the workshops, will be sent to the successful applicants. There are no fees for workshop attendance; however, participants are responsible for their own lodging and transportation.
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