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Emergency Management for Airports Summit 2017 aims at enhancing airport security

Published on 25 July 2017
The conference will bring together the six crucial sectors in managing an airport emergency to allow for a more comprehensive view
Participants can expect case studies presentations on planning for, responding to and recovering from emergencies

Emergencies that occurred in an airport will not only lead to flight delays, cause major disturbance to millions of passengers, it could also tarnish the nation’s reputation and result in fatality and economy losses. Join global airport operators and aviation authorities at Equip Global’s renowned conference at Emergency Management for Airports Summit in London on 10 – 13 October 2017.

Bringing together crucial sectors

In addition to sharing key lessons learned from recent airport disasters relating to aircraft accident, firefighting and terrorism, the conference will bring together the six crucial sectors in managing an airport emergency to allow for a more comprehensive view. Besides emergency planners, airport fire and airport police, hear from emergency medical services, airlines, and airport terminal/airside operations on ways to minimise impact on airport business.

Participants can expect a packed program with case studies presentations on planning for, responding to and recovering from emergencies associated with bomb threats, mass shooting, marauding attacks, firefighting and aircraft rescue, hangar fire and terminal fire. In addition, emergency planners will also be sharing proven strategies in enhancing crisis communication, executing emergency exercises, providing welfare arrangement for passengers, resilience building and business continuity plans. Grab your chance to watch unreleased footage on preparing for, managing, and restoring airport operations after “aircraft accident imminent” at one of the five workshops.

Best practices discussions

Emergency Management for Airports Summit  event is targeted at airport emergency planners, airport fire and police, local fire and police authorities, airline emergency planners, terminal/airside operations and airport emergency medical services because you don’t want to miss the chance to hear best practices from Fort-Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport, Brussels Airport, Munich Airport, Heathrow Airport, London City Airport, ICAO, Cathay Pacific, Airpol, Amsterdam Airport, Dubai Airport, Frankfurt Airport, Copenhagen Airport, Malta International Airport and many more.

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