Johannesburg, South Africa, May 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Are you familiar with the difference between Quality Assurance & Safety Assurance?
Do you know the difference between a Hazard and a Risk?
Do you know effective ways to drive SMS data within your organization, and how to effectively interpret this date to determine exposure?
Do you know how to achieve a return on investment which pays for the SMS?
SAS has been delivering Safety Management System training as both “In company” and open training for more than 5 years, last year (2013) we delivered training to more than 1500 delegates. These courses are being delivered by an industry professional with more than 40 years commercial aviation experience.
Safety Management Systems Implementation Review & Workshop – 2 Days
SMS Hazard Identification & Risk Management Strategies Essentials – 1 Day
3 Days running from 21st to 23rd July 2014 - The Training is being delivered at the facilities of Safair Johannesburg International Airport South Africa.
Multi Delegates and Multi Attendance Discount Program may decrease the course price up to 25 %.
Additional Discount with the Early Bird Discount scheme.
Sofema Aviation Services is pleased to offer SMS Implementation and Risk Management Training.
Developing an effective process within the organization to perform Hazard Identification, carry out analysis and develop appropriate mitigation's is a fundamental attribute of an effect Safety Management System.
The Strategy we adopt within the organization sets the tone for how effective the process will ultimately be. If we view regulatory compliance as a minimum level, the organization has significant opportunities to develop effective strategies which will not only drive safety behaviours but can lead to significant optimizations across the business.
Key areas of the training include Gap Analysis, Practical Implementation Challenges, Management of Hazards, Managing Documentation and Training.
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