The 7th Safety Forum held in Brussels, was focused on Safety and Procedures.
In the link you can find the findings, strategies and action opportunities, as well as the presentations of the forum.
The forum was powered by Skybrary and co-sponsored by stakeholders such as Eurocontrol, European Regions Airline Association and Flight Safety Foundation.
Findings, Strategies and Action Opportunities of the 7th Safety Forum
"D4S" – Capt. Martin Timmons, Ryan Air
"Procedures for everyone, by everyone" – Capt. Shai Gill and Sharon Levy, CAL Cargo Airlines
"A Regulator’s Perspective: Inspiring Curiosity" – Anna Collard-Scruby, UK CAA
"Re-connecting" – Capt. Rudy Pont, European Cockpit Association
"Procedures and Varieties of Human Work" – Dr. Steven Shorrock, EUROCONTROL
"Procedures in Context" – Capt. Ed Pooley, The Air Safety Consultancy
"Airlines Safety Procedures – Evolution and Simplification for Global Operations" – Geoff Clark, Virgin Atlantic, and Dragos Munteanu, IATA
“Take off performance monitoring” - Ian Goodwin, Boeing and John Fribbance, UK CAA
"Safety Based Evolution of Procedures" – Capt. Christof-J. Kemény, Lufthansa
"Safety-critical procedure development requires high level multi-disciplinary knowledge" - Lt Col Harry Horlings, AvioConsult
"Ignoring the Warnings: Lessons in Normalization of Deviance from the World of Motorsports" – Max Leitschuh, WorldAware
"FAA Briefing" – Kimberly Pyle, Federal Aviation Administration
"From Drawing Board to Published Regulation" - Sébastien Follet
"Procedural Shortcomings" - Ludovic Mieusset
"Technology & Science" - Tom Becker