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Friday June 20, 2014
- 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
- Minute Clinic Breakouts
Option 1: Mexico and Latin America
Presented by: Manny's Catering
Mexico will astonish you with its romantic, dramatic complexity with glittering beaches, fertile plains and great mineral wealth. From the ancient ruins of the Mayans and Aztecs with their achievements in mathematics, astronomy, architecture, textile weaving, art, and pottery to one of the most exciting culinary destinations tingling your taste buds. Mexican cuisine is known for intense and varied flavors, colorful decorations, and a variety of spices. Allow yourself to think beyond stereotypical images of tacos and fajitas with shots of tequila, to discover a country of people proud of their tradition and flavors yet to be explored.
Option 2: Caribbean
Presented by: Air Culinaire Worldwide
Picture perfect beaches with sugar-white sand lazily embrace the turquoise sea with crystal-clear waves, magnificent mountain ranges sheltered by rainforests, home to a continent's worth of living organisms with an enchanting mix of culture – this is the Caribbean. This region is a sun-soaked melting pot of Creole cooking, jerk cuisine, reggae beats and Latin music with colorful Dutch architecture. Abandon yourself to the flavors and rhythms of Indian, Creole, Chinese, European and the Spanish influences of the islands all blended into a unique taste sensations. The islands have perfected the art of having fun – we're ready to share their secrets with you...
Saturday June 21, 2014
- 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
- OSHA in the Aircraft Cabin
Presented by: Gregory P. Ripple, Miller Johnson
Changing course after nearly 40 years, the FAA and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have decided that OSHA has jurisdiction over aircraft in operating under Part 91, 121, or 135. Although OSHA's jurisdiction in the cabin is still limited to several discrete areas, operators must ensure that they comply with these OSHA requirements and that their cabin crews have been properly trained. We'll discuss blood-borne pathogens and the steps that need to be taken to minimize the hazard they present on board and what companies and employees need to know about noise abatement and hazard communication. We'll also look ahead at other areas where OSHA may be granted jurisdiction in the future and how OSHA will use this new power.
- 10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
- Minute Clinic Breakouts
Option 1: Africa
Presented by: Air Gourmet
From beautiful Cape Town, at the southernmost tip of Africa, to exotic Kenyan safaris, to the treasures of the Egyptian pharaohs, Africa reveals a diverse and appetizing combination of history and culture. Your senses will be treated to a variety of African cuisines and world renowned wines. Our banquet will reveal the enticing bounty encompassed in these regions. True to the Moroccan saying "eat with your eyes" you will discover the deliciously different foods, wines and customs of the African continent.
Option 2: Arabian Peninsula
Presented by: Aramco Associated Company
The Bedouins adage "he makes coffee from morn till night", expresses the obligations of hospitality, and warmth of the people of the Middle East. Travel with us on the Silk Road, rife with the traditions of centuries of caravans laden with goods and customs of the Arabian Peninsula. Diversity in the region is only surpassed by the region's loyalty to these customs and traditions.
- 1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
- Safety-Framed Experiences: What Would You Do?
Presented by: NBAA Flight Attendant Committee's Safety & Training Subcommittee
As a crew member, what would you do if you were faced with an unexpected emergency or questionable situation? This group effort and discussion will help you to better prepare for the unexpected and see how your peers will react. This interactive session will challenge the complexities of in flight situations prompting you to think about the unexpected and give you training activities and topics to discuss and implement in your own operation. What would you do?
- 3:15 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
- Passenger Expectations of First Responders
Presented by: John Isbell, FlightSafety International
What should you expect from your rescue first responders when facing an emergency situation? Most of you have, or will be, attending Emergency Procedures Training as a required part of your cabin safety education and qualification and a part of this is sea survival. This training is oriented around the correct use of the equipment available and what to expect from the rescue providers. John Isbell has 22 years experience as a U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmer. These are the people who jump out of perfectly good helicopters, into the open ocean, to rescue and retrieve victims of accidents.
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