Safety Operational Measures Framework
COVID-19 Webinar Series • 30-Apr-2020
Captain Miguel Marin, Chief, Operational Safety Section at ICAO, discusses the administrative impacts of Covid-19 across the aviation sector. With remote work policies in place to help reduce the spread of Covid-19, many have encountered limited access when renewing their licenses or revalidating their medical certificates. As this poses a significant safety concern, ICAO and subject-matter experts need to establish a contingency period to allow flexibility and return to normal operations. With each nation facing different pandemic peaks, implementing a framework that meets the minimum standards will help States and communities benefit during these unprecedented times.
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