- Burl Hamm
Manager, Emergency Services, Aviation SMS, Emergency Preparedness & BCP
- Christel Hendrickx
Emergency Management Expert
- Ashlee Herring Deventhal
Assistant Director Emergency Management Preparedness
Denver International Airport
- Gillies Crichton
Head of Assurance
Glasgow Airport Ltd
- Monica Maccaferri
Emergency Care Team Coordinator
Aeroporto di Bologna
- Steve Lakin
Head of Fire Safety Improvement
- Jan Huizing
Chief Fire Officer
Groningen Airport Eelde
- Elena Portone
Emergency Planning and Response Manager
Sea – Aeroporti di Milano
- Mathews Ogutu
Airport Operations Manager
Kenya Airports Authority
- John Boyce
Head of Fire & Life Safety
Abu Dhabi Airports
- Jason Alvero
Former Director of Emergency Operations
Raleigh-Durham International Airport
- Christopher Rausch
Sky Harbor Airport
- Richard Steele
Manager, Emergency Preparedness and Security
John Wayne Airport
- Walter Gaber
VP Medical Director Frankfurt Airport
Why should you attend the 6th Emergency Management for Airports Summit 2019?
As more people turn to air travel as an efficient means of transport, passenger numbers at airports are increasing. With this comes increased scrutiny on airport safety and security. Hence, it is paramount that airports ensure that they are always prepared to handle a variety of emergency situations such as aircraft-related accidents, fires, extreme weather conditions, CBRN threats, terrorist threats and cyber threats.
With a gradual increase in airport emergencies being observed, airports are proactively looking to ensure that they are prepared to respond to emergencies to prevent casualties, damage to property and economic losses.
Equip Global’s 6th Emergency Management for Airports Summit is your golden opportunity to hear from airport operators and aviation authorities on how they proactively plan for and manage emergencies at their airports.
Taking place from 10th to 13th September 2019, this summit will bring together key decision makers and experienced professionals who have successfully handled emergencies at their airports. They will be sharing more with you on the lessons learnt from handling emergencies such as aircraft fires, evacuation of aircraft and terminals, managing communications during a crisis as well as how to integrate the lessons learnt into their emergency response plans.
You can look forward to hearing practical case studies from various airports across the region on how they handle emergencies and take steps to minimize the impact of emergencies on their airports.
Why should you attend the 6th Emergency Management for Airports Summit?
- Crisis Management – Hear case studies from industry experts on how they manage emergencies at their airports
- Preparing for a Range of Emergencies – Learn how to be proactive in managing a wide range of emergencies and make strategic decisions to minimize casualties in the case of emergencies
- Efficient Emergency Response – Best practices to reduce the response time to emergencies and minimize losses
Effective Crisis Communication – Communicating with related departments, agencies and first responders as well as ensuring information is disseminated effectively throughout the chain of command
- Understanding Latest Prominent Threats – Plan for and manage threats such as active shooters, bomb threats, CRBNe threats and medical emergencies
- Evacuation Strategies – Manage mass evacuations efficiently and effectively to move crowds away from the site of the emergency and save lives.
- Stakeholder Involvement – Ensure that airport stakeholders are aware of emergency response plans so that they know their roles and responsibilities.
- Applying Lessons Learned – Looking back at emergencies faced, identifying points of improvement and strengthening emergency response plans by incorporating lessons learned from real-life scenarios
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