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Green Charter 2022
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Baldwin's safety manager certification is NBAA CAM accredited
Baldwin's safety manager courses are designed from a workflow perspective, providing participants information on how to perform the tasks of a safety manager. It has 15 virtual courses approved for NBAA CAM credits.

Baldwin Safety and Compliance has introduced a new safety manager certification virtual training programme and this has been accepted for credit toward the NBAA certified aviation manager.

The safety manager courses are designed from a workflow perspective, providing participants information on how to perform the day to day tasks of a safety manager. The courses encompass the key topics that a safety manager needs to effectively manage the organisation's safety management systems (SMS), and there is no prerequisite for SMS knowledge to begin the programme.

The curriculum has been in development since last August and the director of standards for Baldwin, Jason Starke comments: “This new programme not only provides a strong SMS foundation for new safety managers but takes a practical approach to their roles and responsibilities. Everyone at Baldwin involved in this programme worked very hard over the last year to fill a training need in the industry as SMS becomes more prevalent in our industry.”

Baldwin now has 15 virtual training courses approved for NBAA CAM credits, including the 12 that make up the safety manager certification programme. Each course is between 45-75 minutes in length and broken into short modules. These courses can be purchased individually or as a discounted programme package.

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