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Emergency Management for Airports Summit 2017

Emergency Management for Airports Summit 2017 - 28/03/2017

Where: Singapore
Organisers: Equip Global Pte Ltd
e-mail: lucastan@equip-global.com
Web: www.equip-global.com/emergency-management-for-airports-summit-2017

Emergency Management for Airports Summit 2017 - 28/03/2017

Different types of emergencies can occur in airports which could severely disrupt airport operations and impact million of lives working or traveling within the airport. An increased scrutiny around Safety and Operational efficiency in airports, coupled with seemingly increasing number of airport emergencies over the last 12 months globally have seen an escalating focus around the world of emergency management, planning and crisis management amongst airports.

Part of Equip Global’s renowned global Airport Summit Series, the Emergency Management for Airports Summit 2017 taking place from 28 – 31 March 2017 provides an exclusive opportunity for emergency management & operations leaders across airports and aviation authorities to share insights and hear best practice case studies on proven strategies in the development of effective airport emergency response system for both flight AND non-flight related incidents and emergencies, crisis management and response planning and implementation, risk identification and management as well processes and technologies you could implement to better reduce the impact of emergencies on your airport operations.

Separately bookable WORKSHOPS also available.

To get a copy of the conference brochure, please email to enquiry@equip-global.com.

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