Survitec has unveiled the Halo passenger lifejacket at the SPE Offshore Europe exhibition.
Incorporating a fully integrated emergency breathing system (EBS), featuring a carbon composite cylinder, braided low pressure hose and second stage with integrated nose clip, Halo is lighter than existing products.
At 949 g (2.1 lb) the bespoke Survitec EBS Read More
The Accident Investigation Bureau has reviewed its regulations in a bid to improve safety in the country’s aviation industry.
The Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer, AIB, Mr Akin Olateru at the conclusion of a two-day stakeholders’ meeting for the review, said it was in line with global best practices of regularly Read More
The data released by IATA on the 2018 safety performance of the commercial airline industry, showed continuing safety improvements over the long term, but an increase in accidents compared to 2017.
The report, however, stated that for a third consecutive year, airlines in sub-Saharan Africa experienced zero jet hull losses and Read More
The Chairman, Lagos State chapter of Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers (NISafetyE), Engr Oluseun Faluyi, has assured Lagosians that the era of incessant environmental hazards in the state and by extension the energy sector would soon be a thing of the past.
Speaking at his investiture as the pioneer Chairman Read More
The desire to develop (formulate, adapt or adopt) standard is an intent by a profession to work within defined and agreed rules and guidelines for improved safety, product quality and service delivery. In our environment, there is a common belief we can thrive and profit more where there is no Read More
Air Peace has scaled a major regulatory hurdle in its path to international flight services, its spokesman, Chris Iwarah has disclosed.
Iwarah said the airline at the weekend successfully performed the partial emergency evacuation and ditching demonstrations as part of the safety tests for the operation of its Boeing 777 aircraft. Read More
Nigeria’s commercial airlines have the oldest aircraft fleet in Africa, with the age of an aircraft in one of the airlines, being 28.1 years, the age many planes are either due for retirement or decommissioning or may have been retired at least some years earlier. (more…) Read More
The tech giant is working with Harvard University to develop an algorithm that analyzes Google searches to spot which restaurants might have food safety issues. (more…) Read More
There is little debate over whether advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) could reduce both the number and severity of vehicle crashes. (more…) Read More
Air traffic controllers in Nigeria have raised the alarm over the collapse of radio communication equipment in some of the country’s airports, saying the trend poses threat to air safety. (more…) Read More