Mississauga, Canada, November 04, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Kenyon CEO Robert A. Jensen will take part as a speaker at Ornge Air’s second All Canada Aeromedical Transport (ACAT) Safety Conference on 21 November in Mississauga, Ontario.
“The aeromedical community operates in some of the harshest flying conditions, providing valuable lifesaving treatment and transport. Because of the conditions they operate in, they are also one of the most safety-focused groups in aviation,” stated Jensen. “I am very pleased to support Ornge and the many operators who take part in this conference by sharing experience and lessons learned about how to manage the very rare times when things don’t work. Sharing lessons learned is not only valuable for prevention but also in managing responses so that the people and families directly affected in incidents are taken care of.”
Ornge Air, a Canadian non-profit charitable organization that provides air ambulance and associated ground transportation service, created ACAT as a grass roots effort to share information among and between air ambulance operations, both fixed and rotor wing, in Canada. The conference aims to continue to enhance safety within the Canadian Air Ambulance industry by sharing and discussing potential safety hazards and concerns, new trending risks and other ongoing aeromedical industry issues.
About Kenyon International Emergency Services
Kenyon is the international leader in worldwide disaster management, providing pre-incident crisis planning and post-emergency response services on behalf of the world’s foremost companies. Privately owned, Kenyon remains the only firm in its business with a hundred year history, comprehensive resources, and experience in every type of mass fatality accident including aviation, industrial and natural disasters, war and terror attacks. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Kenyon has offices or facilities in Sydney, Australia; Bracknell, UK; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; and Beirut, Lebanon. Learn more at www.KenyonInternational.com.