The Holding Company for EgyptAir has completed the safety risk assessment that it carried out in cooperation with the American company GHS through the review that took place on all activities related to the operation and service of aircraft, carried out by the Holding Company for EgyptAir and its subsidiaries, as this is the second visit of the assessment team during this year. .
During the closing session, chaired by pilot Amr Aboul-Enein, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Holding Company for EgyptAir and a number of heads of subsidiaries and leaders of EgyptAir, Abou El-Enein congratulated all the company’s employees for passing the evaluation and their supervisory cooperation with the evaluation team, adding that all EgyptAir companies are moving forward with a steady pace towards development and are keen to follow All international standards and standards in all areas of work despite the challenge of the Corona virus crisis that we are facing.
Abu El-Enein confirmed that the company’s passing of this evaluation is a great confidence in the national company and its employees, adding that this evaluation is conducted on behalf of the participants in the EgyptAir insurance program.
Pilot Mohamed Galal, Head of Safety and Quality Sector at EgyptAir Holding Company, thanked the work team that participated in the risk assessment. Galal added that EgyptAir continues to demonstrate its continuous commitment to compliance and compliance with standard operating procedures through best practices in the air transport industry.
For his part, George Cinder, Chairman of the Board of Directors of GHS, expressed his happiness to be in his home EgyptAir, and added, “I am proud of the team involved in the review to implement all recommendations of the previous reviews with a high level of transparency and quality of performance. From a security and safety perspective, the aviation sector has found great challenges Especially in light of the crisis of the Corona epidemic, and we here GHS are present to activate and appreciate the sincere effort made by EgyptAir and to pass our confidence in you and your performance with insurance companies.
The evaluation of the company’s management system, aviation-related operations, quality management system, safety management system, security program for EgyptAir included the analysis of data on aviation, flights, ground service operations for aircraft, air cargo operations, and the training system for all employees in all activities, in order to ensure that these systems are implemented through an administrative system Integrated to work on managing potential operational risks down to the lowest level of those risks.