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Risk Assessment, Emergency Management
Report available on global energy security market
Risk Assessment, Emergency Management : 08 January, 2014
Report on securing national energy infrastructure facilities available covering global market trends out to 2018
 
AVISA and Arabian Jets in business alliance to promote safety
Risk Assessment, Emergency Management : 12 October, 2009
AVISA Aviation Safety Systems ("AVISA’), the global airworthiness and safety consultancy, has signed a business alliance agreement with Arabian Jets (www.arabianjets.com) on providing aviation safety services in the MENA region.
 
JRA Aerospace and Gates Aviation collaborate on UK Aviation Safety & Security
Risk Assessment, Emergency Management : 22 November, 2008
JRA Aerospace and Gates Aviation Consulting LLP will be working together to support major airlines and airports with their safety management and security projects throughout Europe.
 
Magal Security Systems - Municipal command and control systems
Risk Assessment, Emergency Management : 15 June, 2008
Magal Security Systems Ltd. has announced that it has signed contracts for the installation of municipal command and control systems in several Israeli cities, including Netanya and Bat Yam, based on its FORTIS system that was modified for this purpose. In addition, Magal received another order for installation of a Fortis system that will be used to protect water reservoirs in Ramat Gan. The total amount of these orders is approximately US$ 1.5 million, to be completed by the end of 2008.
 
 
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