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.
This report is sent to your Local Council.
This report is sent to AFA, United, and the FAA. About ISAP
This report is sent to United. Check the box to copy-in AFA.
As we stated in Friday’s AFA E-Lines due to the continued conflicting challenges of the ISAP program, we have developed a survey to ensure the ISAP program is meeting the needs of Flight Attendants. We have had an overwhelming response and ask that if you have not already done so, please take a moment and fill out our Safety Reporting System Questionnaire available on our website.
AFA United Master Executive Council Safety, Health and Security Committee continue to address issues plaguing our once robust and healthy ISAP program.
The past two days our flying partners from JFK, ORD, DEN, SFO, LAX, HNL, FRA, DCA and BOS successfully completed two days of our AFA United MEC Safety, Health and Security annual training.
On July 29th the United published an Inflight Safety Alert in reference to Jetbridge Door Access for Flight Attendants and highlighted the recent change to the Flight Attendant Operations Manual (FAOM).
This week the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) implemented new security directives regarding security screening.
TSA Security Screening Requirements,Voluntary Return for pre-merger United 2014 Bridge/Crossover Participants,2015 Summer United MEC Meeting
With the busy summer travel season well underway it’s important that we ensure safety and security is prioritized. During especially hectic travel periods we have more competition for our attention, and we should remain focused, as always on our number one responsibility is safety.
MEC Central Schedule Committee DSL Report
As Flight Attendants we are not responsible for gate checking bags.
With summer just around the corner it is a good time to remember that every day we fly, when it comes to cabin safety, place yourself and your flying partners first.
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