How long have you been working in aviation, specifically in cabin safety?
Donald has worked in cabin safety related operations for over 27 years and has held many positions, including Air Transportation Supervisor/Instructor, Supervisor/Manager of Flight Attendants and Training, Director of Inflight, has successfully performed an aircraft add-on certification demonstration to the FAA, and also possesses an FAA private pilot certificate and an FAA Aircraft Dispatcher certificate. Donald was invited to, and presented as, a guest speaker at the ICAO Cabin Safety Conference held in Bangkok, Thailand from August 15 – 19, 2016. Then he returned to Thailand and gave a presentation at the IATA Cabin Operations Safety Conference in Bangkok, at the May 09 – 11, 2018.
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With so many different aviation consulting companies available that say they can improve our manuals, what makes yours different than the rest?
Why is it important for flight attendant manuals to be so well-written?
How long does it take for you to do your initial review our flight attendant manual or training program?
Our training materials are confidential and proprietary. What will you do with them once you are finished with your review or working with us?
How can we send you our materials for review?
How much do we have to pay for you to do an initial evaluation of our flight attendant manual and/or training program?
How much does it cost to update our flight attendant manual/training program?
For Asian airlines, it’s free. You read right, it’s free. Most airlines don’t have a budget for improving Inflight operations. I’m committed to improving aviation safety and passenger safety through manual and training enhancements, even if it means doing it for free.
We only want one chapter of our manual evaluated and revised. Will you work on small projects too?
Yes! Whether it’s one chapter, a few chapters, or the whole manual, we will work with you to improve content in your manuals. Our mission is to improve aviation safety worldwide, and it starts with your manuals. We will review whatever you want reviewed. However, often certain parts of the manual interface with other sections or other manuals. In order to ensure consistency across manuals, we may ask for related content to ensure the manuals interface properly.
What is the best way to reach you?
For initial contact, please send an email that describes what services you’re interested in, how soon you need the project completed if it’s urgent, and we will schedule a day and time for us to speak with you more in-depth about your request. We look forward to working with you. Please contact us at Donald@onecabinsafety.com or call 480-787-6440.
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