The Role of the Advisory Boards

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There are three Aviation Advisory Boards; Air Transport, General Aviation and Cabin Crew. The Board's are comprised of nominees from all of the principal relevant aviation interests in the UK together with the Trustees with Aviation backgrounds and provide specialist expertise in the definition and resolution of Human Factors issues.

The role of the Advisory Boards is to review reports and issues raised through the Programme and to provide counsel on the most appropriate way in which specific issues might be resolved.  The Advisory Boards also provide feedback on the performance of the Programme to the Trustees at quarterly intervals.

Advisory Board members act as individual expert advisers and not as representatives of their sponsoring organisations.  Report information is formally submitted to the Advisory Boards on a confidential basis and all
personal details are deleted from reports prior to discussion.  


The composition of the Boards are reviewed regularly to ensure that the membership is appropriate to the scope of the Programme and retains relevant current operational expertise.



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