Safety Officer Teleconferences
Calls are an open forum discussion among participants, intended exclusively for aviation department Safety Officers and Managers, moderated by Walter Kraujalis.
The next live call is:
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 11:30am ET.
This is a PHONE CONFERENCE CALL. Not a webinar.
CALL IN NUMBER: (319) 527-3512
Conference Code: 642902#
Moderator: Walter Kraujalis, President, AeronomX
Calls are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 11:30AM Eastern Time and are held to only 30 minutes long. The calls are a "town hall" style conference to share ideas. It is completely free to join the call. For more information, please see below.
The Podcast of the last Teleconference is available for listening. It is listed, as well as all the past Teleconferences, on this page on the righthand margin.
About the Teleconferences
AeronomX is proud to host a series of regularly scheduled teleconferences open to those serving as Safety Officer in their flight department, as a forum to get together to compare notes, ideas, and problems dealing with Safety Management Systems (SMS).
In my years of experience as an auditor and in discussions in my workshops, I have found that there are few opportunities and thus little interaction among fellow flight department Safety Officers. The intent for these calls are for the sharing of safety processes information between Safety Officers and to foster a safety culture that spans flight departments and creates a think-tank for like-minded aviation professionals.
The calls will start with a topic currently affecting SMS processes which will lead into a short opening discussion. Afterwards, the floor would be open for any questions or concerns anyone has that that they would like to hear what everyone else thinks about it. Have your questions and comments ready. As the moderator, I will try to stay out of the way so that Safety Officers can talk to each other.
Request to join
the official Linkedin group
(only profiles listed as aviation safety personnel are admitted).
Click on a date below for a link to the notes. Most recent event is at top of the list.