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What is CIRP?

The Critical Incident Response Program (CIRP) is designed to educate pilots about critical incident stress management, as well provide peer support to flight crew members suffering from the detrimental effects of a traumatic event on and off the job. Peer support volunteers, who are predominately line pilots, are specifically trained in debriefing techniques that help flight crew members resolve emotional stress. Calls initiated by the volunteer to the crew, or by the crew member to the committee, are treated with the same professionalism, compassion and confidentiality.  

The purpose of ALPAs CIRP is to mitigate the long term psychological impact of an unusual event, incident or accident. CIRP helps provide aid in the normal recovery from these events before harmful stress reactions affect job performance, careers, families, and health. 

Spirit Airlines CIRP is currently seeking volunteers who have a passion for helping others. If you are interested in being considered for this committee, please fill out the attached application in its entirety.

Want to know more about CIRP? Email SPACIRP@alpa.org and one of our volunteers will be happy to answer your questions.

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