On January 15, 2009 a flight left LaGuardia Airport bound for Charlotte, North Carolina. Less than two minutes into the flight, Captain Chesley Sullenberger was forced to make an emergency landing in the Hudson River. Years later, this heroic story still exemplifies the importance of the Four C’s of safety – Competence, Compassion, Commitment and Communication.
Miracle on the Hudson Revisited: The Passengers’ Perspective includes first-hand accounts of that fateful day from both Captain Sullenberger and several of the passengers. Through these stories your employees will see the importance of applying the Four C’s in their own life, both on and off the job.
- Steps for building competence
- How compassion affects safety
- Importance of on-the-job commitment for new hires as well as veterans
- The role of effective communication in safety
Passenger interviews were filmed in front of the actual plane at the Carolinas Aviation Museum in Charlotte, NC.