Coming up in the Aviation Quality & Safety Symposium: How to Meet the Challenges of Auditing Airport Security

Attend the Quality and Safety Symposium from 14th to 15th May 2019 in Sofia, Bulgaria and don’t miss the presentation:

Challenges of Auditing Airport Security

Special Combo Offer available: Attendance + Hotel Accommodation = 395 Euro

First Delegate – 395 Euro, Every additional Delegate from the same company – 295 Euro Read more here


Challenges of Auditing Airport Security

Presenter: James Pike Managing Director of JP International Aviation Security & Business Consultancy

When: Tuesday 14th May – 10.00 -10.30: Session 2

Where: Holiday Inn Hotel, Sofia, Bulgaria


Understand the challenges and opportunities – meet with James to discuss your Airport Security related management concerns

  • Find out how to measure the effectiveness of the Security Manpower & Equipment / Apparatus
  • Understand how to address unique problems including the following:

- Outdated equipment

- Maintaining currency of training of security officers (outdated programmes)

- Local cultures

- Management oversight process issues

- Internal Quality Assurance mechanisms

  • Understand Best Practice to build Effective Mandatory Training Programmes

- All airport employees receive the required training. (Is the training fit for purpose?)

- All airport employees globally receive training

- Standardised Training Programmes delivered. (ICAO STP’s)

  • Understand how to develop audit criteria


About Aviation Quality and Safety Management in an EASA Environment Symposium:

The Symposium will focus on many of the key Quality & Safety issues which we typically face in today’s European Aviation System. Providing a platform for Inspiring Presentations, positive dialogue and in-depth exchange of ideas, concepts, and visions related to ensuring the most effective quality and safety system. Whether you are an Airlines, Airport, MRO, Aerospace Manufacturer, or Ground Handling Organisation the success of the Quality and Safety department is pivotal in delivering confidence to the business.

Benefits of attending the Symposium:

  • To Bring stakeholders together on a common platform to discuss issues of mutual interest
  • To raise the Profile of Key Safety and Quality Employees within EASA Compliant Organisations
  • Highlight the contribution of the Safety and Quality business areas to support the positive development of the organisation and to achieve minimal exposure
  • To raise awareness regarding risk management


See the Program of the Event here


Is your company keen on Quality and Safety? If the answer is yes, why not become a Sponsor of the Symposium?

  • Boost your brand awareness
  • Expand your network with valuable partners
  • Attend on a special price
  • For more information see the full Sponsor brochure here or contact us at


Who are SAS?

Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) stands for Support Organisation Focused on Effective Management of Airworthiness. Based in Sofia, Bulgaria, SAS is a Global, Professional, Airline, MRO and Ground Operations, Support, Consulting, and Training Company.

Benefiting from broad industry experience, we understand the importance of helping organisations exceed the challenge of managing regulatory compliance to ensure optimum organisational competence through consultancy and specific training support.


JP International Aviation Security & Business Consultancy is a bronze sponsor of the Aviation Quality & Safety Management in an EASA Environment Symposium

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