Returning for its 5th edition, the World Aviation Safety Summit (11 – 12 April 2017, Dubai, UAE), hosted by the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority is established as the meeting place for thought leaders of the global aviation safety sector to discuss essential safety measures in order to efficiently manage the processes, threats, risks and calamities facing aviation safety professionals worldwide.
WASS 2017 will engage local and international stakeholders from regulatory authorities, airline operators, airport operators, aircraft manufacturers, pilot associations, safety organisations and air traffic control service providers to highlight key strategies for the safety culture of the future.
We welcome you to join the 2017 delegation as our international counterparts examine the projects that are set to have a significant impact on the industry and its community. The keynotes and panel sessions will ensure that you benefit from the content-led agenda and gain valuable insights from the numerous networking opportunities.
Air traffic is projected to double in the next 15 years and WASS is your opportunity to discuss amongst industry professionals how we can support the rising challenges and demands of the booming industry.
9th to 10th April – Crisis Communications and Reputation Management:
In this Masterclass, through exercises, crisis simulations and case studies, you will explore how the techniques of crisis communications are changing, and you will be invited to consider whether your own plans and practice are adequate to protect the company’s valuable reputation in an emergency.
9th – 10th April – Auditing and Oversight of SMS Effectiveness:
This practical and interactive Masterclass will address the knowledge, the methodology and the skills required in order to perform productive auditing and oversight of SMS effectiveness.
The Masterclass will be composed of some theoretical elements but will mainly contain practical elements. The practical part will include preparation, auditing, looking for details and interviews, analysis of the results and reporting and presenting the results.
10th April – Safety Culture and Safety Performance
Safety performance for aviation leaders may still simply mean “having no accidents”. But is this really enough? What is really meant by safety performance? What are the leading aviation organisations doing to face up to the challenges presented by this emerging shift in thinking around safety? How does safety culture enable safety performance?
These questions and more are explored in our two day management level master class.
10th April – Wildlife Management:
This course will cover the fundamentals of developing a Wildlife Management Programme. Based on international standards, tried and tested techniques from years of experience, and national regulations, it will outline the steps needed to develop a Wildlife Management Programme that specifically addresses your unique wildlife issues and plans the most appropriate course of action.
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