Terrorism attacks such as active shooting, suicide bombing and hijacking have a tendency to result in mass casualties and uncontrolled panic in people. The assemblies of crowds in a confined environment, the easiness to get into check-in counters and baggage claim areas and the fact that arriving in a terminal with a large suitcase does not attract people’s attention, makes an airport the ideal target for terrorism attacks. Are you and your airport capable of handling such emergencies? Plus! How about your strategies, processes and techniques in dealing with fire-related incidents/accidents? Are you equipped with the right procedures, business continuity plans and technologies in handling potential airport emergencies? Equip Global’s Emergency Management for Airports Summit 2017 will take place in London on 10 – 13 October 2017. It provides an exclusive opportunity to share key lessons learned from recent incidents, how to prepare for and avoid airport disasters & emergencies and how to recover and resume operations as quickly as possible after an unfortunate event.
You should attend if you are Directors / Heads / Managers / Officers / Specialists dealing with:
- Emergency Services/ Planning
- Emergency Management
- Fire / Police Department
- Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting / Fire & Medical Services
- Airport Police
- Resilience/ Risk/ Business Continuity
- Terminal Operations Manager
- Airfield/ Airside Operations Manager
- Airline Emergency Management/ Airline Operations Manager
- Security/ Safety department
Join the World’s Leading Emergency Management For Airports Summit in London!
– 5 Exclusive Workshops ALSO available in this 4-Day Summit programme.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more!
Emergencies that occurred in an airport will not only lead to flight delays, cause major disturbance to millions of passengers, it could also tarnish the nation’s reputation and result in fatality and economy losses. Join …
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