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Oman Air successfully tests crisis procedures

Posted 25 September 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air has successfully completed a crisis simulation exercise to test the airline's emergency response plans and procedures.

The emergency response teams led by Senior Manager, Safety and ERP Captain Waheed Al Subhi were mobilised and the exercise was overseen by Deputy CEO Abdulrahman Al Busaidy and supported by the executive management team. 

Abdulrahman Al Busaidy, Deputy CEO of Oman Air said: “Despite Oman Air having an exemplary safety record we need to ensure that we are prepared in the event of an emergency. We adhere to the strictest standards when it comes to emergency response planning and activation and it was gratifying to see all the procedures correctly put in place last Thursday. All the teams worked together seamlessly to ensure that the simulation exercise ran in textbook fashion and I am confident that we have everything in place should, God forbid, an unlikely emergency event happen.”

 

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