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Precision Air host safety and security training

Posted 26 October 2018 · Add Comment

Precision Air Services, in conjunction with the International Air Transport Association (IATA), are hosting a four week Aviation safety and Security training for air operators in Tanzania.

 

The first phase of the training which is conducted at Precision Air’s Head Quarters and facilitated by a Special IATA trainer from  France, took off on Monday 22nd October 2018 and  will end on Friday 2nd Nov 2018 while  the second phase will start from 14th to 21st November 2018.

The training will cover main subjects on aviation safety subject including Inntroduction and Implementation of Safety Management System (SMS), Safety Performance Indicators (SPI’s), Safety Management System Train the Trainer, Emergency Response Traning and Basic Incident and Accident Investigation.  Precision Air has also invited participants from Air Tanzania and Fast Jet Tanzania.

Patrick Mwanri head of quality, safety and security Precision Air said the training will enable participants to apply and implement Safety culture in the operational areas, improving Precision Air , Air Tanzania and Fastjet safety performance. This will also allow Precision Ait  to meet the International safety requirements which require to have specialized training for our employee in implementing Safety Management Systems (SMS) in our organization.

“As much as we are striving to conform to the requirements, it should be noted, when we talk about safety there is no competition. It is for this reason that we invited our counterparts from Air Tanzania and Fastjet so that we can share experience and therefore, collectively improve our country’s aviation safety and at the same time supporting the fifth Government under Hon. President Dr. Joseph Pombe Magufuli undergoing initiative to improve the aviation sector in Tanzania. With safe airlines and safe sky in the country, more tourist and business people will have confidence to visit our country and use our airlines.” Mwanri added.

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