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Be part of the Defence Aviation Safety conference as we enter its 4th year, proudly supported by the Royal Air Force Safety Centre and the only event specifically focused on defence safety for the military aviation community.

The Defence Aviation Safety conference truly is your best opportunity to contribute to this critical field.

Collaborate across an unmatched 2-day programme.

Join forward-thinking defence aviation experts, and you’ll leave the conference empowered with the tools and knowledge to better support your organisations strategy.

90+ Attendees | 30+ Speakers | 16+ Nations in Attendance | Top UK MoD speakers | Industry Key themes | Supported by the RAF Safety Centre

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Here’s why you can’t afford to miss Defence Aviation Safety conference:

• An opportunity to meet and share best practices with leaders and experts.
• Gain vital insight into the growing need for more effective certification processes when onboarding new platforms into service.
• Be part of the discussion with leaders from around the world as they focus on strategies to enhance the protection of lives and capabilities for aviators and ground crew.

1. Take part in Europe’s leading event dedicated to enhancing international military aviation safety.
2. Listen to the latest aviation safety initiatives, standards, strategies and challenges, to reduce the risk to international aviators, aircrew and platforms.
3. Meet and network with senior officers and industry experts who are committed to developing military aviation safety, who at the forefront of aviation standardisation and who are paving a way forward to safety assurance.
4. Come away with new strategies to advance safety culture at the organisational level and create effective certification processes to promote a safer and enhanced future air force.

Free to attend for serving military or government personnel (does not apply to contactors).

This event should be of interest to all parties involved in the safe manufacturing, certification and use of military aircraft. This extends to military leaders and industry experts who are dedicated to protecting military personnel and equipment.


Military Officers:
• Aviation/Air/Flight Safety
• Military Aviation Authority
• Military Flight Training
• Airworthiness and Certification
• Operational Commanders


Industry Experts:
• Business Development
• Aviation/Air/Flight Safety
• Safety, Health and Environment
• Airworthiness and Certification
• Aviation Safety Assurance
•Consultancy

Conference agenda

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8:00

Registration & Coffee

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8:50

Chair's Opening Remarks

Air Commodore Sam Sansome, Inspector of Safety, RAF Safety Centre, Royal Air Force

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9:00

Enabling Future Capability

Air Vice-Marshal Alan Gillespie, Director, Military Aviation Authority (MAA), UK MoD

  • Enabling non-certifiable or high risk Air Systems
  • Specific Operations Risk Assessment
  • RPAS regain
  • MAA Examples of Success
  • Future regulatory considerations
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    9:30

    Embracing Transformation for Italian Military Flight and Engineering Safety

  • Flight safety initiatives being promoted by the ItAF ISV
  • Developing a flight safety culture within the Italian Air Force (Flight safety and CRM within our flying squadrons, logistics and flight training school + flight safety program with NCOs)
  • The evolution to 5th Generation fighter jets and safety considerations for future development
  • Brigadier General Roberto Di Marco, Chief of the Italian Flight Safety Inspectorate (ItAF ISV), Italian Air Force

    Colonel Gianluigi Colucci, Chief of Investigation Office, Italian Flight Safety Inspectorate (ItAF ISV), Italian Air Force

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    10:00

    Safety Protects and Enhanced Safety Culture at LH UK

    Dr Alisdair Wood, SMS and Aviation Risk Manager, Leonardo Helicopters UK

  •  The complex environment in which we operate
  • The LH UK Safety Protects journey
  • Engaging the workforce in an enhanced safety culture
  • Future activities
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    10:30

    Morning Coffee

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    11:00

    Optimising Aviation Standards for Future Swedish Air Operations

  • An overview of Sweden’s military aviation certification and regulation strategy
  • Developing Swedish safety leadership and culture
  • Safety considerations for integrating new platforms into the Swedish Air Force
  • Enhancing safety assurance for aircrew and pilot training
  • Future safety priorities for the Swedish Air Force
  • Brigadier General Tommy Petersson, Deputy Commander, Swedish Air Force

    Lieutenant Colonel Jan-Olof Lindström, Head of Flight Safety, Swedish Air Force

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    11:30

    Advancing Military Aerospace Safety in Portugal and in Europe

    Colonel Luís Miguel Pinto Morais, Chief of the Accident Prevention Office, Portuguese Air Force

  • The mission of the Flight Safety Office in safeguarding Portuguese pilots and aircrew
  • Aviation safety successes and challenges for the Portuguese Air Force
  • Challenges of small UAV integration and operation
  • Developing a safety culture within Portuguese Air Force training and operations
  • Future safety requirements – Working with industry and international military allies
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    12:00

    Panel Discussion: The Advancement of European Military Aviation Safety - Best Practices & Lessons Learned

  • Technological Advancements and Safety – What are your opinions on the role of cutting-edge technology in improving aviation safety for European Air Forces?
  • Interoperability and Cross-Border Collaboration – How have you been utilising joint training exercises and information sharing among European nations to enhance aviation safety?
  • Human Factors and Training – What methods can we use to reduce human error in aviation safety?
  • Air Commodore Sam Sansome, Inspector of Safety, RAF Safety Centre, Royal Air Force

    Colonel Luís Miguel Pinto Morais, Chief of the Accident Prevention Office, Portuguese Air Force

    Colonel Gianluigi Colucci, Chief of Investigation Office, Italian Flight Safety Inspectorate (ItAF ISV), Italian Air Force

    Lieutenant Colonel Jan-Olof Lindström, Head of Flight Safety, Swedish Air Force

    Mr Roberts Andrejevs, Air Inspector, Military Aviation Administration, Latvian National Armed Forces

    Mr Javier Diana Lopez, Technical Programme Manager, EUROCAE

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    12:30

    Networking Lunch

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    13:30

    Session Reserved for Sponsor - Robin Radar Systems

    Mr Siete Hamminga

    Mr Siete Hamminga, CEO, Robin Radar Systems BV

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    14:00

    Capability First, Safety Always – Contemporary Safety Priorities for the DASA

    Air Commodore Joseph Medved, Director General, Defence Aviation Safety Authority (DASA), Royal Australian Air Force

  • Enabling effective aviation-safety risk management in the Defence Aviation Safety Program (DASP)
  • Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (UAS) regulatory updates and challenges
  • Aircraft certification and production priorities and challenges
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    14:30

    The Latvian Experience to Military Air Safety and Regulation

    Mr Roberts Andrejevs, Air Inspector, Military Aviation Administration, Latvian National Armed Forces

  •  UH-60M implementation, type acceptance, US Army Airworthiness Authority recognition
  • Implementation of EMARs
  • Challenges with national UAS manufacturer, safety occurrences
  • Latvian UAS interoperability with other NATO partners
  • Challenges with airspace design, safety occurrences and Civil-Military cooperation
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    15:00

    Afternoon Tea

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    15:30

    Optimising Rotary-Wing Development Through Safety Leadership, Culture and Training

    Captain (N) Rich Harrison, Assistant Head Safety & Assurance, Joint Helicopter Command

  • Priorities for Joint Helicopter Command to reduce risk and enhance safety assurance
  • Balancing operational capability and risk for helicopter assets
  • Enhancing safety culture at the JHC
  • Developing new capabilities for the JHC with safety in mind
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    16:00

    Advancing the Mission of the MHTC and Safely Training Future European Helicopter Teams

    Colonel Jorge Inácio, Commander, Multinational Helicopter Training Centre (MHTC)

  • An overview of the helicopter interoperability training program of the MHTC
  • Increasing the safe practices and standards of multinational rotary wing training
  • Harmonising common training TTPs and doctrine to develop aviation safety
  • Safety leadership and culture at the MHTC
  • Future priorities to enhance safety standardisation at the MHTC
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    16:30

    Chair's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Air Commodore Sam Sansome, Inspector of Safety, RAF Safety Centre, Royal Air Force

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    8:15

    Registration & Coffee

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    8:50

    Chair's Opening Remarks

    Air Commodore Sam Sansome, Inspector of Safety, RAF Safety Centre, Royal Air Force

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    9:00

    Swift to Attack Safely – Coordinating the RAF’s No.1 Group Operations

    Air Vice-Marshal Mark Flewin, Air Officer Commanding, Number 1 Group, Royal Air Force

  • Measuring safety across the RAF’s fast-jet and ISR assets
  • Evolving the RAF’s fast-jet training and safety standards
  • Managing near air collisions for future operations
  • Challenges and opportunities for developing safety within the No.1 Group
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    9:30

    Moving the Boundary: Future or Folly?

    Air Commodore Andy Gilbert, Head of DE&S Airworthiness Team, DE&S, UK MoD

  • Why am I here?
  • Government owned airworthiness organisations: Value Added
  • What impacts ability to maintain such organisations?
  • What can we do to protect the critical outputs?
  • Challenges with moving the boundary
  • Discussion: I want to stimulate debate and hear your experiences
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    10:00

    Readiness Through Safety – Developing Aviation Safety Standards for the US Army’s Air Assets

  • Managing the safety standards and practices for the large variety of US Army’s air platforms
  • Optimising safety through risk mitigation and preventing accidental loss of life and resources
  • Operationalising risk management for the US Army
  • Safety leadership and culture at the USACRC
  • CW5 Shawn Johnston, Directorate Analysis and Preventions - Aviation Expert, US Army Combat Readiness Center

    Colonel Steven Pierce, Deputy Commanding Officer, US Army Combat Readiness Center

    Brigadier General Jonathan Bryom, Director of Army Safety/Commanding General, U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center

  • Managing the safety standards and practices for the large variety of US Army’s air platforms
  • Optimising safety through risk mitigation and preventing accidental loss of life and resources
  • Operationalising risk management for the US Army
  • Safety leadership and culture at the USACRC
  • Managing the safety standards and practices for the large variety of US Army’s air platforms
  • Optimising safety through risk mitigation and preventing accidental loss of life and resources
  • Operationalising risk management for the US Army
  • Safety leadership and culture at the USACRC
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    10:30

    Morning Coffee

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    11:00

    Safety, Innovation and Integration Within the US Air Force

    Colonel Michael Thomas, Deputy Chief of Safety, Air Force Safety Centre, USAF

  • Proactive safety across the USAF’s air assets
  • Enhancing USAF leadership and safety culture
  • Operationalizing Risk Management
  • Safety considerations for future combat aircraft
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    11:30

    The Evolution of Safety Management – a Changing Landscape

    Group Captain Andrew Keith, Deputy Inspector of Safety, RAF Safety Centre, Royal Air Force

  • Environmental Challenges
  • Drones
  • Synthetics
  • Data Analytics and AI
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    12:00

    Always Rising Again – Enhancing the Safe Training and Development of the RAF’s Future Aircrew

    Group Captain Mike Jordan, Commandant Central Flying School, Number 22 Group, Royal Air Force

  • Safety at the heart of RAF training
  • Risk management and safety enhancement for the No.22 Group
  • Key priorities for developing new training strategies with safety in mind
  • Integration of new fixed wing assets and simulation training systems for air and ground teams
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    12:30

    Networking Lunch

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    13:30

    Delivering Safe Air Superiority for USAF Combat Operations

    Colonel Joseph Augustine, Director of Safety, Air Combat Command, USAF

  • Command Overview
  • Mishap prevention (Occupational, Weapons, Flight)
  • Inspections
  • Hazard identification
  • Risk assessment
  • Ensuring safety in high ops tempo
  • Safety as a culture
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    14:00

    Enabling Aviation Readiness for the US Navy Warfighter

    Captain Scott Kramarik, Director, Aviation Safety Programs, Naval Safety Command, US Navy

  • Success stories from US Navy aviation safety initiatives
  • Aviation training and maintenance management
  • Optimising the Risk Management Information (RMI) Initiative as a safety capability
  • Future priorities for US naval aviation safety
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    14:30

    Developing the Airworthiness Policy for Aircraft Operating in Support of NATO Missions

  • Updates on the NATO airworthiness policy and its implementation across the Alliance
  • Working with international airworthiness authorities to optimise the NATO recognition process
  • Success stories from NATO airworthiness certification
  • On-going and future challenges
  • Mr Stéphane Copéret, Officer Airworthiness & Certification, NATO

  • Updates on the NATO airworthiness policy and its implementation across the Alliance
  • Working with international airworthiness authorities to optimise the NATO recognition process
  • Success stories from NATO airworthiness certification
  • On-going and future challenges
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    15:00

    Afternoon Tea

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    15:30

    Watchkeeper Case Study – UAS Risk Management and Mid-Life Extension (MLE) Provisions

    Colonel Nicholas Moore, Tactical RPAS Chief Engineer & Type Airworthiness Authority, DE&S, UK MoD

  • Priorities for Watchkeeper MLE upgrades
  • Tactical UAS incident reporting and risk management
  • Developing Watchkeeper safety standards with industry partners
  • Safety and airworthiness reviews for other Tactical UAS systems in the British Armed Forces
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    16:00

    EUROCAE – Safeguarding European Military Aviation Standardisation

    Mr Javier Diana Lopez, Technical Programme Manager, EUROCAE

  • An overview of EUROCAE’s Working Groups dedicated to enhancing European military and civilian aviation standards
  • Fostering cooperation between EUROCAE and its partners to develop aviation standards
  • The EASCG, EUSCG and ECSCG – optimising standardisation activity for European ATM, UAS and aviation cyber security
  • Challenges and path ahead
  • Planned activities for military aviation safety standardisation
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    16:30

    Chair's Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Air Commodore Sam Sansome, Inspector of Safety, RAF Safety Centre, Royal Air Force


    Head of DE&S Airworthiness Team
    DE&S, UK MoD
    Director General, Defence Aviation Safety Authority (DASA)
    Royal Australian Air Force
    Inspector of Safety, RAF Safety Centre
    Royal Air Force
    Director, Military Aviation Authority (MAA)
    UK MoD
    Air Officer Commanding, Number 1 Group
    Royal Air Force
    Director of Army Safety/Commanding General
    U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center
    Chief of the Italian Flight Safety Inspectorate (ItAF ISV)
    Italian Air Force
    Deputy Commander
    Swedish Air Force
    Assistant Head Safety & Assurance
    Joint Helicopter Command
    Director, Aviation Safety Programs
    Naval Safety Command, US Navy
    Chief of Investigation Office, Italian Flight Safety Inspectorate (ItAF ISV)
    Italian Air Force
    Commander
    Multinational Helicopter Training Centre (MHTC)
    Director of Safety, Air Combat Command
    USAF
    Chief of the Accident Prevention Office
    Portuguese Air Force
    Deputy Chief of Safety
    Air Force Safety Centre, USAF
    Tactical RPAS Chief Engineer & Type Airworthiness Authority, DE&S
    UK MoD
    Deputy Commanding Officer
    US Army Combat Readiness Center
    Directorate Analysis and Preventions - Aviation Expert
    US Army Combat Readiness Center
    SMS and Aviation Risk Manager
    Leonardo Helicopters UK
    Deputy Inspector of Safety, RAF Safety Centre
    Royal Air Force
    Commandant Central Flying School, Number 22 Group
    Royal Air Force
    Head of Flight Safety
    Swedish Air Force
    Technical Programme Manager
    EUROCAE
    Air Inspector, Military Aviation Administration
    Latvian National Armed Forces
    CEO
    Robin Radar Systems BV
    Officer Airworthiness & Certification
    NATO

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