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Review the presentations and listen to podcasts from the 2009 Maintenance Management Conference.
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Future Challenges & the Value of Aviation Automation: The Increasingly Vital Role of Software in Aviation MaintenancePresented by Jack Demeis, Continuum Applied Technology, Inc. (CORRIDOR Software)
Justify Your Flight DepartmentPresented by Dave Lombardo
Successful Transition to LeadersPresented by J.D. McHenry, Global Jet Services
Violation Producing CountermeasuresPresented by Dr. Tony Kern , Convergent Performance
The SMS approach, “Tombstone to Touch Stone”Presented by Kathy Perfetti, IBAC
Thursday, April 16, 2009
FAA AFS 300 UpdatePresented by Carol Giles, FAA AFS 300
Error Reporting / Management / Analysis - Just CulturePresented by Guy Minor, FAASTeam
Managing Legal and Risk Issues in a Time of Doing More with LessPresented by John Averill, Insurance Office of America and Mark Fava, Nelson Mullins & Scarborough LLP
The Development and Integration of Today's Rapidly-Advancing TechnologyPresented by Jim Gallagher, Gulfstream Aerospace
OSHA for the Aviation Technician - Problems and PitfallsPresented by Robert Gould, Global Jet Services
Friday, April 17, 2009
Voluntary Disclosure Programs for Maintenance ProfessionalsPresented by Lori Edwards, Jackson, Wade & Blanck, LLC
Daily Maintenance to Asset ManagementPresented by Len Beauchemin, AeroTechna Solutions LLC
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