Our United MEC Safety, Health & Security Committee monitors and participates in accident/incident investigations; participates in monthly safety meetings with the company; participates in congressional hearings dealing with Flight Attendant safety and health issues; participates in designing cabin interiors of new and reconfigured aircraft; coordinates with United's Initial and Continuing Qualification (CQ) training programs to ensure consistency with FAA and AFA-CWA objectives; and maintains an MEC Safety, Health & Security database.
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The Association has recently been made aware that a number of Inflight Safety Action Program (ISAP) reports filed during the month of April have not been provided to pre-merger United AFA.
In the upcoming weeks, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will implement new changes to the Known Crewmember (KCM) program for crew members traveling to international destination on personal travel.
In recent days we have been receiving some questions about the application of the Liquid, Aerosol and Gel (LAG) exemption for crew members entering Brazil.
We often consider activity onboard the aircraft when reviewing safety and security procedures, but personal safety at layover locations should also be at the forefront of safety in our work environment.
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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced a travel health notice for people traveling to regions and certain countries where the Zika virus outbreaks have occurred: including Mexico, Central America, South America, Puerto Rico, Caribbean, Africa, and the Pacific Islands.
In last week’s E-lines we addressed an alarming trend that Flight Attendants have identified which involves an increase in the number of passengers appearing to be under the influence when attempting to board our aircraft.
As a reminder, the second eFAOM mandatory Computer Based Training (CBT) course must be completed by Feb 8, 2016 at 23:59 Local Domicile Time. The course can be found in your to-do list on United’s TakeOff:Learning (formerly United Learning Network).
The United MEC Safety Health & Security (SHS) Committee is aware of a significant uptick in the number of incidents where passengers appearing to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol have been boarded on flights within the last few months.
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