Executive Risk Management Briefing Workshop - In English (Ottawa, ON)

Jan 9
Ottawa, ON
Jan 9, 2015
10:00 - 14:00

The Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace is proud to host a special 2 part luncheon and workshop event throughout the month of January.  This event includes lunch and free parking.  Participate in one or both to best suit your needs.  A special rate will apply if you join us for lunch and participate in both of the workshops.  The series includes:


  • Executive Risk Management Briefing Workshop with CCAA provided lunch on Friday, January 09, 2015
  • Advanced Human Factors Workshop with CCAA provided lunch on Friday, January 23, 2015

Below you find details regarding the Executive Risk Management Briefing Workshop which is the second workshop in the session.  


How You Will Benefit

To respond to industry needs, CCAA developed a series of Executive Risk Management Briefings with a focus on liability for senior executives in the aviation and aerospace industry. The three available modules include Accountable Executive, Person Responsible for Maintenance Control and Fatigue Risk Management.


Workshop Description

Accountable Executive Briefing

Canadian Aviation Regulations 106.01 requires operators to appoint an Accountable Executive, responsible for providing the financial and human resources required for the activities and operations authorized under the certificate. This briefing will provide established or newly appointed accountable executives with the required background to understand the responsibilities and liabilities of the position.

Person Responsible for Maintenance Control Briefing

Canadian Aviation Regulations 706.03 (1) states that the holder of an air operator certificate must appoint a Person Responsible for the Maintenance Control System. This briefing will provide senior executives with an understanding of the required responsibilities to meet this regulation, including consequences of non-conformance. 

Fatigue Risk Management

As part of a risk-based approach to safety management, all stakeholders are responsible for minimizing risk while maximizing safety. This notion can be applied to fatigue, as both management and employees are responsible for fatigue risk management throughout the organization. This briefing was developed to assist senior management to understand and establish an effective Fatigue Risk Management Program.


Intended Audience

This workshop is designed for:

  • Senior executives working in the aviation and aerospace industry.