WTW launches aviation safety programme

WTW has launched the Aviation Safety Partnership, a new initiative designed to deliver dedicated safety risk mitigation advice to general aviation and rotor wing clients.

Providing a dedicated owner to coordinate the safety needs of clients, this partnership provides free support and access to best practice through the collaborative work undertaken with clients, as well as to WTW’s Safety 360 solution.

Safety 360 features a wide range of protocols including independent safety management system assessments, investigation technique reviews, emergency response planning, business continuity development, safety culture surveys and human factors training.

Duncan Trapp, WTW’s Aviation Safety Partnership lead, with over 35 years of operational aviation and safety experience says: “We recognised that our general aviation clients would welcome dedicated and specific risk mitigation advice, leading us to create the WTW Aviation Safety Partnership. We are committed to collaborating with the many industry organisations with whom we participate to enhance knowledge, help identify evolving risks and shape future-proofing safety strategies for the benefit of our clients and the broader industry”.

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