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Friday, June 16, 2017
APFA Special Board Meeting Announcement – LAA/LUS
APFA has secured dates and a venue for the Special Board of Directors Meeting that was called by a majority of the BOD this week. All members in good standing are welcome and encouraged to attend all open portions of the meeting:
Where: Dallas/Ft. Worth Marriott Solana
1301 Solana Boulevard, Building 3
Westlake, Texas 76262
When: Saturday, June 24th and Sunday June 25th, 2017
0900 in Salon D on the Second Floor, Lobby Level
As of today, there have been 3,478 Flight Attendants who have filed uniform reaction reports. APFA is continuing its own independent testing of the uniforms and will update the membership as soon as the results are known. Please utilize the Uniform Reaction Report Form on the APFA website if you experience a suspected reaction to your uniform.
You should also contact the AA Uniform Call Center – Open Daily, 0700 – 1800 CST. (Regardless of whether you report a reaction, you will be given the option to wear the old uniform or purchase like pieces of comparable style and color for reimbursement.)
• LAA – 1-800-VIP-CREW (#, 6, then option 5)
• LUS – 1-800-872-7456 (2, 2, 5, then option 2)
In addition, we encourage you to order the Aramark uniform if you have any concerns about the current uniform. The order form is still available on Jetnet. Please review the Frequently Asked Questions about the Aramark collection.
You should also consider filing an IOD, depending on your personal circumstances, if you have experienced an injury or illness that you suspect is related to your uniform. Instructions for filing are posted below, but if you have questions about filing an IOD, you can contact Bellia Peckson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IOD Filing Procedures:
LUS – Flight Attendants will file an IOD via the Flight Service Website by clicking on Safety and Security then LUS Injury on Duty Report, formally known as a Safety Event Report (SER).
Another option for LUS Flight Attendants to report an IOD is through JetNet by selecting Departments, then Worker’s Compensation then Flight Service. Select Complete “IOD Report”under Injury Reporting LUS. If you do not seek medical attention and later require medical care, contact the LUS Injury on Duty Administrator Team at 800 327 0117, prompt 2, 5,4,3
LAA – You will need to file an IOD with your supervisor. Contact the MOD if your supervisor is not available. If you do not seek immediate medical attention and later require medical care, contact the Injury on Duty Administrator Team at 1 800 VIP-CREW.
Select option #,6, 4.
APFA National Secretary
Upcoming Retirement Seminars Next Week – LAA/LUS
Monday, June 19th
1100 -1400 LBT.
Wednesday, June 21st
DCA – Airport – Center Pier Meeting Room
These informative seminars cover a wide range of topics including retiree travel benefits, 401(k), pensions, COBRA insurance and Medicare.
Legacy US Flight Attendants can request an estimate either by calling the PBGC at (800)400-7242 or visiting http://mypba.pbgc.gov.
Legacy AA Flight Attendants can print a copy of their pension estimate from the Pension Service Center link in Jetnet, or request a copy by calling (800)447-2000.
All members are welcome to attend, regardless of base or seniority. It’s never too early to start planning for retirement!
APFA National Retirement Specialist