Video: Safety Conference Session 1

By Amy Smith February 28th, 2017 | Events | blog

In January, we took a day in support of our safety culture to specifically focus on this crucial aspect of flight operations. We suspended all training that day and hosted the first HAA Safety Conference.

Industry expert Sean Jeralds was the featured speaker. Sean is an assistant professor of aeronautical science at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona where he currently teaches aerodynamics, aircraft performance, and flight safety.

We found Sean’s sessions extremely valuable and wanted to share them with others in the industry who could not attend this event. Here is the first session.

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