European Pilot Peer Support Initiative (EPPSI) – PEER SUPPORT: GETTING IT RIGHT The European Pilot Peer Support Initiative have organised a 2-day workshop on aircrew peer support and how to get it functioning effectively. Keynote speakers come from Airlines, Pilot Associations, The Regulators, Peer Support Providers and Mental Health organizations and will share with you their […]
Save the date for the upcoming EPPSI Workshop: 20 – 21 June 2018, Frankfurt Agenda Highlights: • What Peer Support System for my organisation? • Selection, Training & Currency of Peers • Peer Support, SMS and Oversight.
With the provisions of EASA ‘Rule Making Task.0700’(RMT.0700) about to find their way into EU legislation sometime this year, operators, regulators and other stakeholders will face a number of challenges, especially when it comes to proper implementation of the provisions related to Pilot Support, especially Peer Support. The currently anticipated deadline for implementation of 24 […]
peer2 pir/ noun noun: peer; plural noun: peers 2. a person of the same age, status, or ability as another specified person. “he has incurred much criticism from his academic peers” synonyms: equal, coequal, fellow, confrere; contemporary; formal compeer “his academic peers” In the EASA Opinion 14/2016 that amends the European legislation in the […]
Presentations (EPPSI Launch Seminar) Introduction & Conclusion Paul Reuter – European Cockpit Association, Executive Board Director EASA Opinion 14/2016 – Future rules on Peer Support Chaouki Chabbi – Deputy Head of EASA Air Crew & Medical Department & Julia Egerer – EASA Senior Regulations Officer, Air Operations Stiftung Mayday / Anti-Skid – How it works […]
Key Elements for Peer Support Programmes The EPPSI Key Elements for Peer Support Programmes is a ‘living document and will evolve over time, based on feed-back from interested stakeholders. In particular, its Annexes need to be developed and we invite you to provide your input! (please send to firstname.lastname@example.org). DOWNLOAD PDF In the aftermath of […]