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Managing wildlife hazards in busy airport environments is complex, requiring not just aviation expertise, but an understanding of wildlife and how to manage it.

This course will cover the fundamentals of developing a Wildlife Management Programme. Based on international standards, tried and tested techniques from years of experience, and national regulations, it will outline the steps needed to develop a Wildlife Management Programme that specifically addresses your unique wildlife issues and plans the most appropriate course of action. It will also discuss the development of an integrated approach for airports, airlines, pilots, ground crews, air traffic control, as well as off-airport stakeholders such as landowners, government departments and even regulatory bodies.

Key discussion themes:
Collage thumbnail for WASS website How to ensure regulatory compliance and address legislative requirements
Collage thumbnail for WASS website Effectively define the objectives of your programme and sets goals and targets that have a real impact on improving safety
Collage thumbnail for WASS website Equipping you with tools to assess your wildlife risks
Collage thumbnail for WASS website Assessing competency and providing staff with direction and know-how to manage hazards
   
 

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  Attendees will be able to:
 
   
 
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates