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All business aviation professionals are invited to attend PNBAA's 11th Safety & Security Day. We encourage early registration in anticipation of a sold out event.
Plan on hearing industry recognized speakers presenting topics broadly related to the theme of Fighting Flight Complacency. The topics will be educational and relevant to this diverse audience. There will be plenty of opportunities to socialize from breakfast, breaks, luncheon and a hosted reception social hour. There will also be time for each registrant to learn how to fight an inflight cabin fire with educational and hands on training provided by Aircare FACTS Training.Schedule
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| 7:30a - 8:00a
|| Registration Opens, light breakfast and coffee
| 8:00a - 8:30a
|| Breakfast and Introductions
| 8:30a - 9:15a
|| State of the Industry - Doug Carr, NBAA
| 9:25a - 11:25a
|| Biological Components of Complacency - Sharon Lipinski, Habit Mastery Consulting
| 11:25a - 1:00p
|| Lunch, Networking and Fire Training with Aircare International
| 1:00p - 2:00p
|| VIP and Asset Protection - Matt Clark, RosettiStarr
| 2:10p - 3:10p
|| FOQA Discussion - Dennis Fox, EJM
| 3:20p - 3:50p
|| Safety and Security Day: Lessons Learned - Sharon Lipinski, Habit Mastery Consulting
| 3:50p - 4:10p
|| Closing Remarks
| 4:10p - 6:00p
|| Social Hour, Networking and Fire Training
Doug Carr, Senior VP - Safety, Security, Sustainability & International Operations
National Business Aviation Association
Douglas “Doug” Carr is NBAA’s senior vice president of safety, security, sustainability and international operations. In this position, he is responsible for leading the association’s broad regulatory and policy agenda affecting business aviation safety, security, sustainability and aircraft operations in the United States and around the globe. He also is the staff liaison for NBAA’s Security Council.
In April 1998, Carr joined the NBAA staff as manager of domestic operations. He subsequently was promoted to manager of safety and operations, director of government affairs and vice president of regulatory and international affairs. In these positions, he monitored and responded to domestic and international regulatory and legislative initiatives by Congress, FAA, TSA, CBP and other government agencies. He also provided operational-related assistance for commercial and non-commercial aircraft operators.
While at NBAA, Carr has led or participated in several landmark aviation rule making and policy efforts, including the FAA’s Fractional Ownership Aviation Rule-making Committee (FOARC), the FAA’s Part 125/135 ARC Flight and Rest Subcommittee, the Takeoff and Landing Performance Assessment (TALPA) ARC, TSA’s Large Aircraft Security Program (LASP) proposal, establishment of CBP’s business aviation pre-clearance program in Shannon, Ireland and updates to ICAO protocols for business aircraft, among others.
Internationally, Carr represents business aviation interests at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and has assisted with several rule making and policy efforts at the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). He serves as the corporate secretary for the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC).
Carr is a graduate of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in aviation management and an Associate of Science degree in aviation flight. Prior to his college years, he spent six years in the U.S. Navy. As part of his military duties, he worked onboard a nuclear-powered submarine where he was responsible for many aspects of the submarine propulsion system, including the operation, maintenance and repair of the nuclear reactor and support systems.
Matt Clark, Managing Director
Matt Clark has broad experience managing risk for corporate clients in diverse sectors domestically and abroad. He oversees all aspects of enterprise security to protect employees, safeguard intellectual property, and minimize corporate liability.
Matt currently supervises security operations internally for RosettiStarr’s global investigations practice and externally for a multinational corporation. He develops and implements security standards worldwide. Previously, Matt managed security for a regional bank, including physical security for branches, operations centers, and the corporate headquarters. Additionally, he has successfully led complex investigations relating to financial fraud, intellectual property theft, and white-collar criminal prosecutions. He maintains a network of security vendors and investigators in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America to support his client’s objectives.
Habit Mastery Consulting
Sharon has delivered hundreds of hours of instruction to audiences around the country. In addition, she holds a gamification for training certification as a reflection of her commitment to provide unique and engaging experiences that result in measurable behavior change for her clients.
The Sententia Gamification Certification is the premier standard for recognition as a gamification specialist for Talent Development and HR Professionals.
Wrote 365 Ways to Live Generously: Simple Habits for a Life That’s Good for You and for Others provides actionable, easy to implement guidance and helps you do all the things you know you should do the only way it really happens…. By doing it. Over and over. Until it becomes a habit.
The habits in this book were carefully chosen to help you create a life where you are healthy in body, mind, and spirit; where you have deep relationships with family and friends; where you get more done and experience less stress; and make the world a better place with powerful philanthropy.
Dennis Fox, Vice President, Safety
Executive Jet Management
Dennis is responsible for EJM's Safety Management System and Emergency Response Plan programs, aviation and physical security, and aircraft vendor standards. This dedicated role enhances EJM's uncompromising safety culture and puts a focus on all aspects of safety and security equally throughout EJM's organization.
Dennis holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and is a combat veteran, having served our country for 15 years in the U.S. Army Aviation Branch as an aeroscout and attack helicopter pilot, commander, and trainer. With commercial instrument multi-engine fixed-wing and commercial instrument helicopter ratings, Dennis is currently on the National Air Transportation Association’s board of directors.
SSD Organizing Committee
Nick Lietzow, JRB AIR LLC - Committee co-chair
Nafin Eyoub, EJM - Committee co-chair
Rachel Camarillo, Erin Air
Brett Palmiero, Textron Aviation
Stephen Tong, Jet Aviation
Maddie DuBray, PNBAA Managing Director