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Emirates News Agency – Emirates Airlines wins triple gold in safety for third year

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DUBAI, June 14, 2020 (WAM) – Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, was honored in several categories for the safety of its distinguished land transport services at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents’ Prevention (RoSPA) awards ceremony, which was held in Dubai for the first time.

Emirates is the only airline to have received security awards for three consecutive years, as its team won gold awards in three main categories: fleet safety, health and safety, and the leisure safety award.

The team also added the title “Team of the Year / Middle East” in health and safety for the second time in three years, confirming the performance of operational safety, health and safety management systems and the effectiveness of preventive measures. took part in the “Covid-19” pandemic to protect its customers and employees.

Emirates Airlines operates a fleet of more than 1,000 vehicles in the United Arab Emirates to transport its first-class passengers, workers and crew, in addition to employees, to and from their workplaces, averaging 2.5 million flights annually.

It also sets standards and protocols for premium “car and driver” service providers to transport First and Business Class customers to and from the airport in comfort and safety.

One of the many benefits that Emirates offers its cabin crew is the provision of a modern shuttle bus service between their luxury homes and the airport. It also transports pilots by car with driver between their homes and the airport for their flights.

Emirates and dnata also provide bus transportation for a large number of ground staff between their place of residence and work.

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a British organization that focuses on promoting and facilitating the working environment and safety and security on roads, homes, leisure and educational facilities around the world.

A panel of independent assessors rigorously reviews applications that require verifiable evidence of applicants’ health and safety management systems, including aspects such as risk assessments, safety audits, and safety training initiatives. By 2022, more than 2,000 companies worldwide have applied for these awards.

WAM / Munira Al-Sumaiti / Islam Al-Hussein


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