Pro Active Safety Initiatives.Mission 2021-Free SMS Trainng for all the Aviation Professionals in the Country
Kindly give your requirement to this whatsapp number 9871251590 or to aviationsafetyindia1@gmail.
Mission 2021-Free Safety Management System Training for all Aviation Stakeholders in the Country by Aviation Safety India.
Dear Sir/ Madam,
Aviation Safety Management Society of India with the support and in coordination with DGCA,has resolved to provide free SMS Training to all the Aviation and related professionals in the country by 31 Dec 21.
Towards the fulfillment of our objective,Free SMS Training has been planned on Friday, 21 May 21 and Saturday 22 May 21 at 1445 hrs by Aviation Safety India.We can also plan training on any other days and timings depending on the convenience of the operators with mutual coordination.
Each operator is welcome to nominate names of the candidates for free SMS Training. After the completion of the training,the names of the candidates who have undergone the training,will be forwarded to DGCA with a copy to the Operator for information and record purposes.
Every employee who is part of an Aviation Company must be trained on SMS. SMS Training will go a long way in creating safety awareness and safety culture among the Aviation Professionals and promotion of safety in your company and country.
I am happy to share with you that during last week,we trained more than 30 personnel.
Kindly provide Name, Email ID, Whatsapp number and license number of the trainees on this whatsapp number or through email to aviationsafetyindia1@gmail.
Aviation Safety India promises to provide high standards of training at no cost to the Operators. Let us all join hands to get all the personnel trained on SMS and implement Safety Management System in the entire Aviation Industry in a sincere and serious manner.
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