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AIB, NCAA train investigators, others on air safety

The Accident Investigation Bureau Nigeria (AIB) and Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) in collaboration with Southern California Safety Institute (SCSI) have trained air safety investigators,…

The Accident Investigation Bureau Nigeria (AIB) and Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) in collaboration with Southern California Safety Institute (SCSI) have trained air safety investigators, aviation correspondents, and other aviation stakeholders on the basic skills required for efficient and effective air accident investigation. The training is also to ensure its coverage, good information management and its accurate reportage in case of an occurrence. 

General Manager, Public Affairs of AIB, Mr Tunji Oketunbi, said the training is part of the bureau’s effort to promote air safety.

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The three-day workshop in Abuja drew participants from the industry regulators, air traffic controllers, air accident investigators, media practitioners, among others.

Addressing participants at the commencement of the training, Air accident Investigation Expert, Matt Robinson from SCSI, and the programme coordinator and aircraft engineer, Dr Abiodun Asekun, stated that the programme is to ensure that participants at the end of the training are expected to be abreast of basic principles of air accident investigation and aviation safety standards framework, required for the efficient and effective conduct and coordination of aviation Safety Management Systems (SMS).