Who Do I Contact?
For assistance, contact any member of your Local ASHSC Committee. You can find a list of Committee Members on your Local Council Committees page. For your convenience, a list of Committee Chairs and links to the Local Committee lists are below.
Due to the recent spike in cabin air fume events, your AFA Air Safety, Health, and Security Committee (ASHSC) has been working diligently to assist with all fume events by continuing with our normal procedure of contacting the affected crews, offering support, educating, and providing tools and resources for responding to these events. Resources Available […]
The AFA Air Safety, Health, & Security Committee (ASHSC) has long had a critical role in assisting Flight Attendants who find themselves in a situation where they may have been exposed to contaminated cabin air. This article is designed to provide some important information and resources to help you should you ever find yourself in […]
The circumstances surrounding a cabin air quality event can be confusing, chaotic, and disconcerting. Timely and accurate communication are critical in these events. As Flight Attendants we must be prepared to react quickly and effectively to mitigate any potentially negative effects and ensure the most positive outcome possible. Your AFA Air Safety Health & Security […]
The following article was recently published by AFA International regarding a Harvard School of Public Health study pertaining to uniform reactions among Alaska Airlines Flight Attendants from 2011 through 2014. The full text of the article is contained below or can be viewed on the AFA website by clicking here. In Solidarity, Your MEC – […]
The Master Executive Council understands that the entire Hawaiian Island chain was issued a false emergency alert (pushed to all mobile phones) that there was a ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii and to seek immediate shelter. The alert falsely indicated that the message was not a drill. However, Alaska Airlines management confirmed that the […]