Ravn Alaska to host safety forum with national industry leaders
Anchorage, Alaska — Ravn Alaska will host a safety forum on Friday, July 14 at its hangar in its Ravn Alaska headquarters. Partnered with the Alaska Air Carriers Association, the forum will take place from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and discussions will cover aviation safety topics including just culture, human factors and professional development opportunities.
National speakers hosting the forum discussions will be aviation industry experts Dave Prewitt, George Snyder and Pat Daily. Prewitt is the president of Dave Prewitt Consulting, a Florida-based firm specializing in improving safety culture and safety management system development. Snyder has 44 years of experience in the aviation industry and served as the vice president of corporate safety and regulatory compliance for US Airways, as the head of Korean Air’s corporate safety, aviation security and regulatory compliance department and is now the president and CEO of GHS Aviation Group. Daily is a managing and founding partner of Convergent Performance and the founder and president of Blue Threat Enterprises, two companies dedicated to reducing human error in high-risk industries. He has also instructed aeronautical engineering at the US Air Force Academy and managed projects at the Johnson Space Center for the International Space Station.
“Ravn Alaska is committed to developing effective safety management systems, professional training opportunities and ensuring that each and every employee continuously strives for excellence and attention to detail,” said Ravn Alaska Executive Vice President of Safety Bruce Joseph. “The 2017 safety forum will cover a broad range of topics and we are excited to share this opportunity with our employees and industry partners here in Alaska.”
The safety forum is a free event and an opportunity for aviation professionals, civil aviation authorities, educational institutions, business partners and many other industry professionals to hear about safety culture from industry leaders as well as learn about Ravn Alaska’s own safety advancements.
About Ravn Alaska
Ravn Alaska serves the passenger, charter and cargo needs to over 100 communities throughout Alaska and proudly employs more than 900 professionals. Passengers may participate in Ravn Alaska’s FlyAway Rewards program for all Ravn Alaska or Ravn Connect flights or accrue Alaska Airlines miles on select flights. For more information, visit www.flyravn.com.
William Walsh, Ravn Alaska