U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Aviation
Administration

Aviation Safety Program
Aviation Safety-Education Seminar

AEA-FSDO 17
PHILADELPHIA, PA
SELECT #EA-58FS
Tom Martin, Manager
COMMUNICATIONS BUILDING
WEST WINDSOR CAMPUS
1200 OLD TRENTON ROAD
TRENTON, NEW JERSEY
FRI., SAT., SUNDAY
MARCH 21, 22,23, 2003
SCHEDULE BELOW


ANNUAL SURVIVAL THREE DAY PROGRAM
Dedicated to the Memory of James Spanyers, CAMI Instructor


March 21, 2003 700PM-930PM
Crew Resource Management- Discussion and scenarios will include Single pilot, Flight Instruction and
two person crew operations. This CRM presentation has been designed to provide you with an insight
into the skills required to reduce the potential for human error mishaps.It may help you prevent a survival situation from occurring.

MARCH 22, 2003 0900-4:30 PM


Topics to include:Psychology of Survival, The Will to Survive, Hot and Cold Land survival, Personal Survival Kits, shelter construction, Search and Rescue, Elt's, Importance of Flight Plan, Fire Starting.

MARCH 23, 2003 12:00- 4:30 PM
Topics to include: First Aide, signaling, Aircraft Evacuation and Wet Ditching lecture. There will be
optional presentations on Low level flying mid air collision avoidance and fuel management.

PLEASE NOTE FACILITY AND WEB PAGES
PHL FSDO 17 WEB PAGE         www.faa.gov/fsdo/phl

http://faaflyingclub.homestead.com


THIS SEMINAR CAN BE CREDITED TO YOUR FAA WINGS AWARD.
THIS AWARD CAN COUNT AS A BIENNIAL FLIGHT REVIEW. SEE A/C 61-91 FOR MORE INFO
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF THE SPONSOR IS NOT AN FAA ENDORSEMENT OF PRODUCTS OR SERVICES
PHILADELPHIA FLIGHT STANDARDS DISTRICT OFFICE
EILEEN J. IANDOLA, AVIATION SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGER, 610-595-1500X240
JOE BLASENSTEIN, MERCER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE





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