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The 2nd IATA Cabin Operations Safety Conference (COSC) recently took place in Paris in May 2015. This edition focused on further elevating cabin operations safety in the presence of 280 delegates representing 90 airlines and 45 aviation-related organizations.
Day 1 - 5 May, 2015
The Conference kicked off with a range of interactive workshops and the Cabin Safety Café:
Risk Assessment – Identifying your safety risks (pdf)Cabin Accident and Incident Investigation – A practical approach (pdf)E-IOSA, Mandatory in September 2015 (pdf)The Cabin Safety Café Notes (pdf)
Day 2 - 6 May, 2015
A variety of expert speakers presented on topics crucial to effective and efficient cabin operations safety:
Morning Plenary Session (pdf)Afternoon Plenary Session (pdf)
Day 3 - 7 May, 2015
Plenary sessions, case studies and panel discussions created an interactive exchange of best practices, lessons learned and the latest developments.
Morning Plenary Session
Afternoon Plenary Session (pdf)
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Program At-A-Glance (pdf)
Participating Organizations (pdf)
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