Preparedness Training Highlights Oman Air Commitment to Safety Excellence Ahead of Summer Travel Season
Oman Air, the national airline of the Sultanate of Oman, recently conducted a series of Emergency Response Planning (ERP) training sessions at the airline’s headquarters for senior management and members of its crisis response Go Team. Led by UK-based Kenyon International Emergency Services along with Oman Air’s ERP unit, the intensive training focused on safety preparedness to ensure that Oman Air staff are trained to the highest industry standards for dealing with emergency situations. Oman Air has a spotless safety record and prioritizes ongoing training and readiness upskilling as part of its commitment to employee and passenger safety at all times.
“Oman Air has an impeccable safety record and our ability to plan and respond to an emergency consistently meets the highest industry standards thanks to ongoing emergency response training,” said Captain Nasser Al Salmi, Chief Operating Officer of Oman Air. “In the unfortunate event of an accident or major crisis, our Emergency Response, Go Team and Crisis Communication Team react swiftly to ensure efficient coordination with Oman Air’s Emergency Response Command Centre when activating appropriate measures and actions. I would particularly like to thank Captain Waheed Al Subhi, Senior Manager Safety and Emergency Response Planning, for his contribution and expertise. Overall, the training sessions have been a powerful learning experience.”
Taking place over two days, the training sessions also focused on spokesperson training to provide senior executives structured press conference training as part of the airline’s post-incident crisis communications. Focused on real-time interview scenarios, simulated Q&A response exercises, and effective communication techniques, the in-depth training strengthened the airline’s crisis preparedness and reaffirmed its commitment to continuous improvement driven by team-based learning.
Date : 23 03, 2022