FARMINGDALE, NY (10-24-16): EtQ today announced that it will be at the IATA Safety Management Conference in Abu Dhabi from October 25th- 27th.
On October 25th, EtQ’s Chief Technology Officer, Morgan Palmer, will present the session, “Applying the Protections in your Reporting Systems.”
“This session will address the state of safety management systems in the aviation industry,” stated Palmer. “Attendees will learn the needs of safety risk management and safety reporting, and get insight into how to build a centralized system for managing and tracking safety across the enterprise.”
For more information on EtQ’s products and services, contact us at email@example.com or 800.354.4476.
Marking the first decade since the introduction of the ICAO Safety Management requirements, this first of its kind conference will review the vision, intent and future of Safety Management. The scope of this conference will enable all stakeholders under the purview of Annex 19 to share experiences, challenges and lessons learned with Safety Management System (SMS) and State Safety Program (SSP) implementation, and identify key strategies to collectively move forward. The conference will bring together safety specialists and stakeholders from around the globe, to contribute to the further evaluation and coordinated development of aviation safety management programs worldwide.
EtQ is the leading Quality, EHS and Operational Risk and Compliance management software provider for identifying, mitigating and preventing high-risk events through integration, automation and collaboration. Founded in 1992, EtQ has always had a unique knowledge of Quality, EHS and Operational Risk and Compliance processes, and strives to make overall quality operations and management systems better for businesses. EtQ is headquartered in Farmingdale, N.Y., with main offices located in the U.S. and Europe. EtQ has been providing software solutions to a variety of markets for more than 20 years. For more information, please visit www.etq.com or contact us at 800.354.4476.