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NATA and CrewID integrate Safety1st training
The integration between CrewID and NATA allows participants, crews and airport personnel to access an individual's Safety 1st ratings in real-time through CrewID with a scan of the badge from any mobile device.

Last year, an agreement was made between the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) and CrewID to integrate NATA's Safety1st Training Center programme into CrewID's global credentialing system. As part of that agreement, Safety1st Training Center participants will receive a CrewID badge at no cost. The integration is now live.

This allows participants, flight crews and other airport personnel to access an individual's Safety 1st ratings in real-time through the CrewID platform with a quick scan of the CrewID badge from any mobile device. The CrewID platform provides instant verification of Safety1st training credentials, affiliation and company position. Safety 1st participants are encouraged to claim their free CrewID.

“Communication and transparency set the tone for an organisation's safety culture. The CrewID/Safety 1st integration provides the tools to enhance these areas between flight crews and ground handling team members,” says NATA MD of safety and training Michael France. “NATA is excited to once again leverage technology to increase safety awareness and membership value.”

CrewID CEO Michael Sundheim states: “Partnering with Safety1st significantly raises the bar on safety and security, providing technology resources that were unavailable until recently.”

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