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Kenyon International partners with the MEBAA

Posted 14 February 2019 · Add Comment

Kenyon International Emergency Services, a global leader in disaster management, is pleased to announce the continued partnership with the Middle East and North Africa Business Aviation Association (MEBAA).

 

The partnership will support MEBAA members to better mitigate the various risks involving flights and business disruptions while assisting members to meet international and local aviation regulatory requirements.

Member benefits include, but are not limited to, a free draft Emergency Response Plan (ERP) from Kenyon, discounted ERP writing support, retaining Kenyon at a special fee, free crisis consultation, discounted training courses and free entry into the annual crisis management workshop hosted by MEBAA and Kenyon.

“We are very pleased regarding the continuing partnership with MEBAA. Jointly, we can achieve high standards of crisis management and risk mitigation strategies which will benefit the aviation industry regionally and globally,” said Dr. Mazen Bekdash, Kenyon’s Vice President, Business Development.

 

 

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