The forum was carried out by a team of Malaysian Airlines officials who had flown in from Kuala Lumpur, upon invitation from Oman Air.
The concentrate of the forum was to supply the attendees from senior management and emergency response teams with an insight into the expertise and lessons learnt from the tragic Malaysian Airlines disaster in 2014.
The forum was attended by Dr Mohammed bin Nasser al Zaabi, chief executive officer of PACA, Mustafa al Hinai, Oman Aviation Group’s CEO, Abdulaziz al Raisi, Oman Air’s CEO, Sheikh Aiman al Hosni, Oman Airports’ CEO, Dr Khalfan al Shueili, Oman Aviation Services’ CEO, and other senior management members, executives, and employees from a assortment of organisations straight involved in emergency response preparing.
The delegates had been treated to a morning and afternoon of networking, videos, and a series of engaging talks. The team of Malaysian Airlines management officials, led by M Fuad Sharuji, showed videos and shared emergency response preparing practices citing the tragic incidents of MH370 and MH17 as examples.
Following the videos, the Malaysian Airlines team carried out a series of talks. The speak on legal and insurance coverage concerns and crisis communications throughout and following the incidents was delivered by Sheikh Kamalrulzaman and family members assistance, contact centre management, dark web site and family members help programme was carried out by M Amin Serri.
The forum concluded with a query and answer interactive session moderated by Capt Waheed al Subhi, senior manager, Safety and Emergency Response Planning at Oman Air. Oman Air’s major and more than-riding consideration is the security and nicely-getting of its employees and guests, the airline stated.
“Thus, continual training and drillings of staff is part of the internal efforts by the Oman Air to ensure that all staff are trained to the highest industry standards to ensure they can be ready for any unforeseen circumstances at any time.”
The organization added, “Oman Air is proud of its exemplary safety record and is committed to developing its best practice and strengthening employee skills in all areas including emergency response.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily