Shauna Boubon (Chair)
Date of Hire: Feb 23rd, 2018
702-919-1610 Committee Ext: 2
Dio Briceno (Co-Chair)
Date of Hire: Oct 28th, 2013
702-919-1610 Committee Ext:706
Sub-Committees and Program(s):
The main responsibility of this committee is to work with Allegiant, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and TWU International Air Safety, Health & Security Department to maintain and improve Flight Attendant safety, health, and cabin safety standards. The findings from ongoing investigations are used for educational purposes to the work group and helps workers identify possible work risk's.
The Committee monitors and participates in accident/incident investigations; participates in monthly safety meetings with the company; participates in TWU International hearings dealing with Flight Attendant safety and health issues; works closely with the union to identify possible improvements to the training curriculum that the company provides the Flight Attendants year round. These improvements recommendations to the training programs will ensure the correct approach and collaboration that aligns with FAA standards.
What is ASAP?
ASAP is primarily a platform that is provided to Flight Attendants to self disclose safety regulation compliance violations and to provide the company with recommendations for improvements.
What are ASAP reports used for?
ASAP reports are mainly used for self-reporting. The ASAP program gives the reporter protection in the event they unintentionally violated a FAR or Company Policy. It can also be used to report safety concerns and/or suggestions with the intent to improve Allegiant’s overall safety.
Can you give me an example of what would be an appropriate situation to write an ASAP?
Some examples of what an ASAP report could be, but not limited to, include:
- Disarming door on an active taxi way
- Accidentally opening the cockpit door during flight without taking out a service cart
- Piggybacking through a SIDA area without badging through
- Flying without your FAM, company badge, passport, etc.
- Forgetting to brief responsible exit rows
- Using an inoperable piece of equipment
- Not conducting preflight correctly
All of these examples would be situations where a crew member unknowingly violated a company policy or FAR.
What steps to take if you feel you have been exposed in a toxic fume event?
- Notify your supervisor and crew services
- contact PC365 at 855-272-3910 immediately and let them know you have been involved in a toxic air event and explain your symptoms
- PC365 will direct you to Seek medical attention or do home care
- Individuals may experience delayed side effects after a toxic fume exposure. Remember you have 24 hours from the time of the event to report an OJI and seek medical attention.
- File a smoke/odor/fumes safety report through airSMS.
DISCLAIMER: Information below is accurate from time of original date of publishing. It is the responsibility of all members verify they are in full compliance with all requirements to all programs. If you ave ant questions contact your union at firstname.lastname@example.org
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