Professional Dark Matter
As a member of the Jazz Aviation Human Factors Team, Thomas Gale teaches pilots, about the human factors of being a “professional” which touches the very cornerstone of why ethics are so important. Working in an environment of myriad rules and regulations; the risks and expectations are high and the rewards can be few, ethics becomes the glue; the dark matter of professional performance.
By educating crews to understand the relationship between all of the human and technical elements of flight operations, the complexity of behaviour and decision-making not only can be simplified, but clarified in terms of what is expected; what is right and what is safe.
Date: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 — 7:15 – 8:30 am
Location: BC HYDRO Building
333 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver
2nd Floor, Auditorium
(Check-in at Security Desk – Main floor lobby)
Cost: Members – $7.00 Non-Members – $10.00
– muffins, tea and coffee included
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About Our Speaker:
Thomas Gale has been a professional Pilot for 33 years and with Jazz Aviation since 1988. As a training Captain and Human Factors team member, Thomas provides, safety-oriented perspectives on technical and interpersonal skills for flight crews. He is a member of the Canadian Air Line Pilots Association, where he has served as Master Executive Council Vice-Chairman and Local Executive Council Chairman representing pilots in all matters inherent to airline operations while maintaining a productive and meaningful relationship with airline management.