Global Safety Network Diploma
Duration: 5 days
This course investigates the importance of planning for emergency situations and of properly managing activities in crisis situations. It introduces the international requirements of an Emergency Plan, discusses how to manage the press and media in crucial situations, support victims and rebuild liability after an incident. Current topics such as aircraft hijacking and terrorism are discussed. Case studies provide key insights into the current world climate.
Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:
- Explain the key role of emergency planning.
- Describe best practices in crisis management.
- Apply relevant tools and advice to implement emergency plans and procedures.
- Airport Operations Directors, Managers, Officers and Staff
- Airport Emergency Managers, Officers and Staff
- Airport Safety Managers, Officers and Staff
- Airport Public Affairs and Communications, Directors, Managers and Staff
- Airline Officials
- Security Organizations
- Civil Aviation Authority Officials
- Local Police, Emergency Health and Fire Department Officials
- The international SARP’s of an Airport Emergency Plan
- Crisis Management
- Rescue and Fire Fighting Service
- Aircraft Recovery
- Media Management
- Victim Support
- Aviation Terrorism and Aircraft Hijacking
- Airport Liability
- Crisis Control Centres
|Dates||Location||Member / WBP||Non-Member||Register|
|01-05 April 2019||Honolulu, USA||$US1,575||$US2,280||Register|
|20-24 May 2019||Accra, Ghana||$US1,575||$US2,280||**FULL**|
|01-05 July 2019||Montego Bay, Jamaica||$US1,575||$US2,280||Register|
|25-29 August 2019||Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates||$US1,575||$US2,280||Register|
|21-25 October 2019||Belgrade, Serbia||$US1,575||$US2,280||Register|