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NATA Launches In-Person Training with Safety 1st OnSITE


NATA Launches In-Person Training with Safety 1st OnSITE

Washington, DC, September 20, 2018  The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is pleased to announce the launch of its Safety 1st OnSITE program. Safety 1st OnSITE is a supplementary training resource that allows users to customize a one, two or three-day in-person safety and operational training experience at their location.

Built upon the NATA Safety 1st online training foundation, Safety 1st OnSITE goes beyond the industry standard and provides aviation businesses customized training that will improve safety, operations and team morale.

“NATA is very excited to be able to bring Safety 1st directly to our members and the industry through this new program,” stated NATA’s Managing Director, Safety & Training Michael France. “The NATA Safety 1st OnSITE program is designed for those companies seeking to exceed industry standards in safety and operational training.”

Safety 1st OnSITE provides users the ability to create their custom in-person training experience from any of the following course topics:

  • Aviation Fuel Quality Control & Misfueling Prevention
  • Safety 1st Training Program Review
  • Safety 1st Towing Safety Program
  • Ground Handling Human Factors
  • General Ramp Safety
  • Customer Service Excellence
  • Hazard Communication
  • Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasure
  • Fire Safety – Classroom & Hands-On

Safety 1st OnSITE is open to any company that currently participates in the NATA Safety 1st program.

For pricing or more information, contact NATA at

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