Cabin safety is an integral part of IATA’s overall commitment to the safety of air transportation. Cabin crew play a key role in maintaining a safe, effective and efficient aircraft operation during normal, abnormal and emergency situations. The Cabin Operations Safety Conference (COSC) is meant to facilitate the exchange of lessons learned and harmonize cabin operations safety best practices worldwide.
Since its launch in 2014, this Conference has brought together hundreds of cabin safety experts from airlines, regulatory agencies, governments, manufacturers and suppliers to address the most important cabin safety challenges.
Why you should attend
It is the only event of its kind
This unique event brings together all aspects of Cabin Safety under one roof, allowing you fantastic networking opportunities with others in your field of expertise. 130 international organizations, including 90 airlines, regulatory agencies, investigation organizations, aircraft manufacturers and suppliers attend this event each year.
Our highly popular workshops will give you numerous opportunities to ask questions and seek answers from your peers and share best practice ideas and suggestions.
The Cabin Safety Souq
Formerly known as the Cabin Safety Café, the Souq generates discussions among delegates and shapes and steers the work of IATA Cabin Safety in the years to come. Tell us your issues and we’ll work together to resolve them. Participate, interact and engage in the dynamic speed-networking event that discusses and captures important global cabin safety issues.
Stay on top of new developments
This event allows the industry to benchmark best practices from leading airlines and to work together to continue to enhance global aviation cabin safety. Plenary sessions are designed to bring important topics relevant to the current issues and developments.
Who you will meet
Our previous events have attracted delegates from airlines, emergency equipment suppliers, regulators, training providers, training equipment manufacturers, investigators, human factors specialists and more.
Past professionals that have attended held the following (but not limited to) job titles:
Senior Cabin Attendant, Safety Instructor, Cabin Safety Officer, Safety Security, Cabin Safety Manager, Managing Director, Operations Safety & Compliance, Technical Purser, Cabin Fire & Smoke Trainers, Senior VP Cabin Safety, Director Human Factors, Safety & Security Training, Senior Cabin Safety / Dangerous Goods Inspector, Corporate Safety, Survival Factors Investigator, Manager, Inflight Support and Communications, Manager Inflight Standards, Cabin and Cargo Architect, Manager In-Flight Services, Manager Inflight Standards & Regulatory Compliance, Director Cabin Crew, Manager- Program Development, Analyst Inflight Standards, Manger Performance Monitoring, Risk Assessment &Investigation Officer, Manager-SMS, and more…