The recent EASA Rule and its 2 year Compliance window regarding Aircrew Mental Fitness poses significant challenges and opportunities to the civil aerospace sector. The conference will highlight these and consider how the industry can best respond and build on the rules to create a safer and more efficient industry. The fallout from the GermanWings tragedy has resulted in a recognition that mental health is a key aspect of the safe and efficient operation of the global aviation industry. Initiatives such as Peer Support programmes and recent EASA regulations have cemented the concept in the aviation community. This conference will put these initiatives into a broader concept of creating a systems approach to promoting and supporting the mental wellbeing of all personnel in the aviation sector. For delegates the conference will give:• An understanding of the Rule and its Compliance requirements• Challenges and opportunities in psychological assessment and support• Learning opportunities from early adopter’s experience in meeting the Rule• Networking opportunities with Regulators, Operators and associated experts Prices:Non-member / £625.00 + VAT: GBP 625.0,RAeS Corporate Partner / £525.00 + VAT: GBP 525.0,RAeS Member / £450.00 + VAT: GBP 450.0,Student - POA: GBP 0.0. Speakers: Karen Moore, MD and Principal Occupational Psychologist, Symbiotics Ltd, Capt Charlie Curreri, Senior Manager, Project Wingman, American Airlines, Dr Stuart Mitchell FRAeS, Head of Aeromedical Safety Systems and Emerging Technologies, CAA, Dr Rob Hunter, Head of Flight Safety, British Airline Pilots Association, Marinella Leone, Project and Human Factors Manager, EUROCONTROL. Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Venue details: No.4 Hamilton Place, 4 Hamilton Place, London, W1J 7BQ, United Kingdom.