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All Canada Aeromedical Transport Safety Conference
The 4th Annual All Canada Aeromedical Transport Safety (ACAT) Safety Conference will take place at
Ornge Head Office
5310 Explorer Drive, Mississauga  ON

 

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Tools for Safety

Each ACAT Safety Conference encourages fixed and rotary wing aeromedical transport operators from all over Canada to come to together to learn, share and discuss solutions to common safety issues.

The official theme for ACAT 2020 is 'Tools for Safety'.

We want to learn about your safety programs, initiatives, best practices and the tools you use to make it all happen. The goal is for us all to learn from one another. Please contact Justin Labelle (jlabelle@ornge.ca) to discuss any topics you would like present. 

Presentations and Topics

There are a number of presentations that will take place throughout the week. 
Download the official ACAT Schedule online, or see below for some of the planned presentations and topics:  
 

Connect With Us

Presenter: Transport Canada
Topic: Fatigue Risk Managemet




 

Share Your Experience

Presenter: Transportion Safety Board
Topic: Raising the Bar on Safety (SII Report A15H0001)


 

 

Engage and Inspire

Presenter: Ornge
Topic: Safety Culture


 

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Connect With Us

Presenter: Ornge
Topic: Threat and Error Management


 

Share Your Experience

Presenter: Ornge
Topic: PTSD and Peer Support


 

Engage and Inspire

Presenter: SAFTE-FAST
Topic: Fatigue in Shiftwork Setting

 

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Connect With Us

Presenter: SAFTE-FAST
Topic: Sleep Quality

 

Share Your Experience

Presenter: STARS
Topic: Safety and Quaity Management


 
Engage and Inspire

Presenter: STARS
Topic: Heliport Management


 

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Registration

To ensure that issues and safety data can be shared openly; attendance is limited to aeromedical operators and other non-governmental entities.

If you or your team would like to attend, please fill out the attendance form, including names and titles of attendees. Attendance forms must be submitted by February 1, 2020 to ensure we have adequate space.

More information about accommodation, cost and location can be found in the FAQ section.

FAQ

Who can attend the conference?

Attendance is limited to aeromedical operators and other non-governmental entities, so that issues and safety data can be shared openly.

What presentations are scheduled throughout the three-day event?

There are a number of presentations, workshops and group discussions scheduled to take place throughout the event. Please see the presentation section above, or download the official ACAT Schedule.

Who should attend?

Managers, Directors and leaders responsible for safety within an aeromedical operator would benefit from this conference. The ACAT Safety conference is an opportunity to network, learn and share ideas that will improve aviation safety across Canada.

Where will the conference be held?

ACAT 2020 will be held at the Ornge Offices in Mississauga Ontario.

What hotel do I stay at for the conference?

The Hampton Inn by Hilton Toronto Airport has arranged a preferred rate for those attending the ACAT conference. The hotel is located within five minutes from Ornge. A shuttle service for the conference will also be available from the hotel. Please note that rooms are limited and available space may fill up quickly. Please ensure to book your stay as soon as possible. To secure your reservation at the preferred rate, please contact the hotel directly and request the Ornge rate for your stay.


 

I have not participated in past conferences, can I attend this year?

All aeromedical operators are welcome and encouraged to attend. The goal is to learn from one another; the more participants we have, the greater the learning opportunities.

What is the cost?

There is no cost for participation at the ACAT conference. You are responsible for your own travel and accommodations.

My organization would like to sponsor the conference, is that possible?

We welcome all sponsorship offers and will be happy to publicize your organization as thanks. Please contact aviationsafety@ornge.ca if you would like to become a sponsor.