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IATA backs aviation regulation flexibility during COVID-19 crisis

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has welcomed decisions taken by aviation regulators to provide flexibility to airlines and flight crew during the COVID-19 crisis, whilst urging others to follow suit. Gilberto Lopez Meyer, IATA’s Senior Vice President, Safety and Flight Operations, said: “Safety is the industry’s top priority. Countries have a well-established licensing system…

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Update for building security: Intersec Forum with expert speakers

Intersec forum

Digital planning methods for building services and security technology help planners and installation specialists, from the initial planning stages of complex construction projects, to ensure buildings maintain maximum efficiency throughout their entire lifecycle. At Intersec Forum, 12 – 13 March 2019, experts will discuss purposeful integration and pioneering best-practice examples.  The digitalisation of building services…

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Age and size: hindrance or opportunity?

Andrew Shaw

The age and size of a building shouldn’t serve as a restriction for upgrading safety protocols and security measures. Andrew Shaw, architectural consultant at Allegion UK, discusses how to maximise safety and security based on your building’s age and design. It’s easy to understand why the age and size of a building can be seen…

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Intersec conference: The human factor by Dr. Mohammad Aref

As part of the conference series at this year’s Intersec exhibition, getting underway on the 18th of January at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Dr Mohammad Aref will be discussing the human factor in safety culture. Here is an inside view of what to expect from Dr Aref. Safety culture within any organisation plays a major…

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