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EgyptAir Training Academy passes ISO 45001: 2018 certification

Posted 11 January 2021 · Add Comment

EgyptAir Training Academy has passed the inspection of SGS company that awards ISO certificates.

 

Abdel Hadi Al Shaqanqiri, President of EgyptAir Training Academy said that the academy obtained the ISO 45001: 2018 certificate for occupational safety and health management systems without any remarks, and the company’s delegation expressed their satisfaction with the training process and praised the efforts of the General Administration of Quality , the Occupational Safety and Health department and the high-quality training system that the Academy enjoys comparable to international standards.

 

Al Shaqanqiri added that this certificate coincides with the EgyptAir Training Academy receiving of the latest Airbus A320neo simulator, in addition to obtaining EASA accreditation to be ready to receive pilot training from different airlines that own the same type.

 

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