The Southern California Safety Institute (SCSI) is running a cabin accident investigation class focused on the safety and survivability aspects of major transport aircraft cabins. Participants in the April 14-18 course in Long Beach will learn the requirements for interviewing survivors and documenting the cabin for deficiencies, injuries sustained during the aircraft accident, escape from the aircraft and survivability in the post-crash environment. The course includes practical team experience in reviewing accident data and analyzing contributing factors for survivability. Attendees will also learn how to document the causes behind injuries and become familiar with how cabin design contributes to crash survivability, escape and rescue.
Cabin Accident Investigation Course Announced
- March 3, 2014, 11:55 AM