Cdc airlines, the US airline that has been at the centre of an ethics controversy, has now revised its guidance on how to provide positive emotional guidance to children.
The revised guide for parents says parents should encourage children to experience happiness in their lives by giving them positive feedback and giving them “a safe space to express feelings”.
Parents should also encourage their children to have a healthy relationship with their parents.
The guide comes as a US court ruled in favour of the parents of an autistic boy who was found to have been abused by a flight attendant, and a court case is ongoing in Australia against Cairns-based company AirAsia.
In its updated guidance, Cdc said it had made “a number of significant changes” since it first issued its guidelines in March 2015, including the following:”Cairns’ AirAsia is a highly valued company, one of the largest carriers in the world.
As such, it is essential for Cairnes customers to feel safe, secure and secure.
It is also important that parents have access to information that will allow them to make informed decisions regarding their childrens’ wellbeing and safety.”
It said it did not condone child sexual abuse.
Cairnes was founded in 1999 and has a fleet of nearly 4,000 aircraft.
In a statement on Tuesday, Cairnys said the company was “very pleased to see that Cdc has revised its guidelines to reflect the latest scientific evidence and guidance”.
The company said: “As we’ve made significant improvements to the content of the revised guide, we’ve also taken the opportunity to update the information we offer to our customers and we are committed to continuing to provide accurate, timely and useful information.”
Cairnks parent company said it was “pleased” that the company had revised its advice.
AirAsia said in a statement: “The revised guidance is based on a number of important research findings and is based upon a broad range of expert opinions, including from independent experts, including researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Australian Institute of Family Studies.
The company also said the new guidelines did not include information on the “risk of sexual abuse” and included a link to the website of the Child Sexual Abuse Referral Service.
Cdfa’s statement said it believed the revised guidance was “consistent with our policies and procedures for providing a safe, supportive and supportive learning environment for our children”.
It said the firm would be seeking further clarification from the Federal Government on the revised guidelines.
Cda spokeswoman Anna Rimmer said the airline had not seen the revised advice, but said it would be reviewing its processes.