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Committees

Welcome to the Standing Committee section. TTALPA has 4 committees and 1 advisory committee which focus on the wide spectrum of technical and professional issues that face pilots as a profession.

Active Committees

Air Safety & Training Committee

Negotiations Committee

Hotel Committee

Prefbid Committee

Professional Standards Committee

Committees Requirement

TTALPA Committees are required to:

  • develop work programme items to Policy status for endorsement by the Membership
  • develop immature policy into proposals of mature policy status and formulate proposals to update existing policy in accordance with the latest developments;
  • formulate briefing material and working papers for TTALPA’s representatives attending international and other meetings ;
  • suggest suitable TTALPA representatives for particular meetings ;
  • advise the Council generally on matters pertaining to their specific area of interest and expertise.

Air Safety & Training Committee

The Airline Safety and Training Committee’s (AS&T) core mandate is to improve air safety, ensure that all safety complaints and investigations result in the improvement of safety levels, improve the working environment of the individual pilot considering environmental aspects and contribute to the development of prevention policies. AS&T monitors the application of any safety recommendations put forth by the airline, identifies and communicates unsafe events and promotes the development of safety programmes.

F/O Aleena Ali

Chair

Capt. Carlyle Roach

Member

Capt. David Perreira

Member

Capt. Stephen Fontinelle

Member

Capt. Paul Llanos

MEMBER

Negotiations Committee

The Negotiations Committee was formed to spearhead negotiations for the Collective Agreement between Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) and TTALPA’s members. Both parties to this agreement recognise their common interest in the promotion of the business of CAL and declare jointly and separately that they will use their best efforts to protect and further the well-being of the company. TTALPA agrees that it will cooperate with CAL, support its efforts to ensure full productivity and will lend support in its efforts to eliminate waste and to improve efficiency and maintain its levels of safety. Both parties recognise also the need to ensure that adequate productivity is maintained by the pilots.

Captain Peter Nicholas Ho

Chairman

Hotel Committee

Members of this committee work together with Caribbean Airlines Limited (CAL) to review hotel selection and ensure that they meet with the necessary safety requirements.  The committee also supervises the sections of the Collective Bargaining Agreement with regard to restful lodging, ancillary services, crew lounges and transportation of pilots, to which they, CAL,  must comply.

Captain Larry Imamshah

Chairman

Prefbid Committee

The Preferential Bidding (PrefBid) Committee is tasked with reviewing schedules put out by the airline to ensure that their contractual compliance is met.  This committee meets as necessary to investigate and discuss any grievances that may arise pertaining to scheduling and to arrive at potential areas of agreement in the flight bidding process and help improve efficiency in pilot schedules.  The PrefBid Committee acts in an advisory role to TTALPA member pilots regarding scheduling issues and is also charged with the implementation and fair practices of a preferential bidding system.

Captain Larry Imamshah

Chairman

Professional Standards Committee

The Professional Standards Committee promotes and maintains the highest degree of professional conduct among TALPA pilots. The main goal of this Committee is to enhance the margin of safety in daily flight operations, which is the primary concern and responsibility. It will also protect and enhance the standing of the profession including address problems of a professional or ethical nature involving pilots; resolve cases of pilot misconduct that affect flight deck safety and/or professionalism; resolve conflicts between pilots that may affect flight deck professionalism, etc.

Captain David Perreira