Bombardier to Hold Safety Standdown in Shanghai

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Bombardier is expanding its Safety Standdown to Asia with the introduction of its first event in Shanghai, China, scheduled to be held at the Le Royal Meridien Shanghai on Thursday, 9 June 2011.

The Bombardier Safety Standdown approach to safety training provides pilots, aircrew and flight departments with insight into the factors that precipitate errors in judgment and highlights ways to mitigate them. Focusing on the human factors behind safety in the aircraft, the seminar format combines knowledge-based and skill-based training with a line-up of internationally recognized speakers and presenters.

The program exposes its students to information that is critical for safe flight. It is designed to make every single pilot, crew member and flight operations manager more aware and therefore more secure, said Puja Mahajan, Director, Flight Operations, Bombardier Business Aircraft. I encourage aviation professionals to attend Safety Standdown in Shanghai to discover first-hand how they can apply the latest safety knowledge to their operations.

Safety is a top priority for business aviation and this superb initiative can benefit all Asian operators indeed, the entire aviation community, added David Dixon, Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific, Bombardier Business Aircraft. To date, no other safety event held in Asia has focused so exclusively on this particular aspect of safety in the aviation industry. As with the annual event in the United States, which will celebrate its 15th year this fall, the Shanghai seminar will offer some of the most relevant and timely safety information available today.

Safety Standdown is offered free of charge to all attendees. All aircraft operators, flight crews and aircraft maintenance personnel can attend, regardless of the type of aircraft they operate. All program materials and lunches are included and certificates of completion are awarded.

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