ForensisGroup Aircraft Decompression Expert Witnesses are professionals with years of experience in aviation.
Aircraft decompression is defined as an unexpected drop in the pressure of an aircraft cabin. It frequently results from human error, material fatigue, engineering failure, or impact, causing an aircraft to vent into its lower-pressure surroundings or fail to pressurize at all. Injuries have occurred from these incidents, and our experts opine on issues such as flight attendant training, aircraft safety issues, aircraft interior design, aircraft layout, crew coordination, in-flight medical emergencies, decompression and hypoxia, in-flight fire and smoke management, and emergency evacuations.
They have spent years working in aviation safety, with expertise in flight attendant policies, procedures and training in the areas of routine regulatory compliance, cabin safety, passenger handling policies, inflight emergencies, and medical training. They also have experience with aircraft interior design requirements, such as the deployment of oxygen masks. They assist law firms with issues concerning FAA safety programs, such as Safety Management System (SMS), Cabin Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP), and Advanced Qualification Program (AQP) training.
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