3rd Annual Aviation Safety and Security Africa 2008

Venue: Johannesburg

Location: Johannesburg, South Africa

Event Date/Time: Jun 22, 2008 End Date/Time: Jul 25, 2008
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African countries grappling with aircraft safety complaince and lax aviation rules are banding together to improve air safety. As global hunger for African petroleum, natural resources and cheap labour boosts demand for air travel to and around the continent, the need for solutions is more urgent. Much of the problem is oversight. Many African countries barely regulate their skies and planes. But even those trying to make flying safer face huge obstacles. It is for this reason that IQPC brings to you the 3rd Annual Aviation Safety And Security Africa Conference 2008.
This event will see the gathering of stakeholders from the aviation authorities, various African airlines, security professionals and public sector who have a vested interest in wanting to alleviate the aviation challenges facing the African continent. This event will address the issues on how to eradicate corruption, minimise risk and change global perceptions during three days of incisive learning and debate.
5 Reasons Why You Cannot Miss This Event:
• Benchmarking what the international community is doing in aviation security and their methods in preventing aviation related hazards
• Installing security cameras on passengers and ground staff to ensure the highest level of security is being maintained
• Establishing the discrepancies between safety and security standards being implemented between Domestic and International flights in Africa
• Clarifying the criteria at which staff should be employed to implement safety and security measures
• Investigating the installation of radars at non-radar airfields to prevent any calamities