The SIRM, created and managed by IATA and our member airlines, provides a protected, confidential environment for industry to speak about their safety risks, hazards and lessons-learned from accidents and incidents, as well as to share results of safety studies.
This biannual meeting is open to safety professionals from Airlines, Airports, Ground Service Providers and Original Equipment Manufacturers. This meeting focuses on the topic of safety in airline operations and is conducted under the Chatham House Rules. The SIRM bulletin (pdf), summarizing each meeting’s presentations, is a vetted document and can therefore be distributed for the benefit of the industry.
The 28th Safety Issue Review Meeting will take place in Dallas, Texas, USA in September 2020, with dates subject to confirmation.
If you would like to present at the SIRM, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief presentation of the topic, how it would enhance the safety of airline operations, as well as lessons-learned (and/or recommendations) from the issue/incident. While the SIRM is open only to the groups mentioned above, if your organization has a safety-focused case study that demonstrates practical lessons-learned which could be valuable to airline operations, it may be included on the agenda.