Supporting African aviation safety

We have been leading, building and supporting effective and affordable safety promotion for the African aviation industry since 1995. AviAssist is an independent, international, and impartial non-profit, championing the cause of aviation safety in Africa.

SafetyFocus Magazine

We put safety right in the hands of African aviation professionals. Our SafetyFocus magazine has dispatched in hard copy to professionals in 45 African countries since 2010. Click on the link below to download the latest edition of Africa’s only aviation safety magazine now.

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Supporting your safety commitment

Aviation Insurance

The course will introduce you to the most common risks insured in the aviation market place, risk management, aviation law, legal liability, contracts and leasing and claims handling.

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Human Factors in aviation

Recognizing and utilizing the human element of the system not only leads to a safer operation. It will also assist in greater productivity and smoother implementation of new technology and procedures.

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Peer Support Training

Trained peer volunteers, working with the oversight of qualified health professionals enhance the wellbeing of industry personnel, preserving careers and enhancing aviation safety.

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AviAssist Calendar

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Sep
2022

Peer Support training

AviAssist Safety Promotion Centre – Rwanda

Trained peer volunteers, working with the oversight of qualified health professionals can help improve the wellbeing of cockpit and cabin crew, enhance aviation safety and preserve careers.

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15
Sep
2022

Human Factors course

AviAssist Safety Promotion Centre – Rwanda

Better understanding and using the human element of the system not only leads to a safer operation. It also leads to greater productivity and easier implementation of new technology and procedures.

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Hans

“I think what AviAssist is doing is so very commendable and perhaps should be replicated in other continents"

Steve