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Safety course from Avisa set for September 29

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Tatjana Obrazcova

A course on Safety Management Systems in Aviation is being held in Abu Dhabi Sept 29-October 1.

The three-day event is organized by Avisa Gulf. It is aimed at aviation professionals working in the operational safety or maintenance safety departments of an aircraft operator or aircraft maintenance company. 
The course focuses on the ICAO & UAE GCAA requirements for safety management & emergency response planning paying attention to the responsibilities of the appointed safety personnel including the Post Holder & the Accountable Manager. The class tutor will be a qualified Post Holder & SMS practitioner working daily in the UAE GCAA SMS environment.
Further details are available from Avisa Gulf.

 



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