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FAAN boss charges ARFFS department on safety

The Department of Aerodrome Rescue and Fire Fighting Services at the Kaduna Airport have been charged to adhere strictly to safety standards and procedure in line with Standard and Recommended Practices, recommended by the international Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) while carrying out their functions.

This charge was made by the Managing Director of FAAN, Engr Saleh Dunoma who addressed the staff of the department at the Kaduna Airport recently.

The FAAN boss encouraged them to put into practice, knowledge acquired at the recent training conducted by the Authority in order to justify the huge investments by the Authority to enhance service delivery at airport.

The Managing Director who was received by the acting Airport Manager, Amina Salami further charged staff to imbibe the habit of maintenance culture so as to derive maximum benefits from heavy-duty vehicles and equipment.

While conducting the MD and his team around, Mr Nuru Jatau of the department of Aerodrome Rescue and Fire Fighting Services (ARFFS) enumerated some of their challenges and assured the MD of their commitment and dedication to duty.

The MD also inspected the ongoing construction work at the new airport terminal.

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