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  • Help us welcome Fiona Ayton, who recently joined the Bracknell, UK, team as an Operations Specialist.
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  • Jo Gillespie of Gates Aviation shares insights into accident investigation in the July 2015 Client Newsletter.
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  • Robert Jensen, CEO of Kenyon International Emergency Services, discusses the piece of aircraft wing recovered from Reunion and the possible implications for both the investigation and the families affected by missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
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  • Congratulations to Detective Inspector Howard Way on being awarded an Order of the British Empire (OBE).
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  • Kenyon's SVP of Legal Advisory Services Sean Gates has shared a sneak peek of the Third Edition of The Aviation Law Review, scheduled for release in early 2016.
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  • Staff from 26 airlines gathered in Frankfurt for a Disaster Management conference and participated in a three-hour crisis communication exercise facilitated by Kenyon.
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  • Corporate Aviation Safety Executive (CASE) recently held their quarterly safety meeting at Kenyon’s Bracknell training facility.
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  • Kenyon Crisis Communications pro Donald Steel explains the latest social media tool, Periscope, and why it matters for your business.
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  • Just how important is the bow in Japan? Kenyon Crisis Communications Director Geoffrey Tudor shares insights into why cultural norms matter when communicating in a crisis.
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  • Read the latest issue for great information including an in-depth training article explaining how to move crisis exercises beyond the first 24hrs with a focus on testing people, equipment and processes.
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  • Enthusiasm and real-world experience came together in Dublin for two two-day Special Assistance Team training sessions with Aer Lingus led by Kenyon Associate Dr. Eline Schotsmans.
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  • Kenyon’s Sean Gates, (Senior Vice President of Legal Advisory Services) writes for the March Issue of European Regional Airlines magazine, Regional International.
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  • Tom Garner shares actionable insights about how and why to include partners in your training and exercises.
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  • Aimée Turner of FlightGlobal.com's Airline Business interviewed Robert Jensen and other industry leaders for insights into how social media is transforming the airline industry's response to crisis situations.
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  • With a scenario and injects prepared by Kenyon, Emirates recently conducted the simulation of a full-scale Family Assistance Center at a major hotel.
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  • In cooperation with the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) Regional Training Center (RTC) based in Cairo, Egypt, Kenyon organized a three-day training program for EgyptAir.
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  • Kenyon CEO Robert Jensen explains some of the factors involved in initial compensation to families and what the best practices can and should be.
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  • Kenyon Crisis Communications pro Donald Steel shares crisis leadership lessons following the data breach at Anthem.
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  • Learn about new family assistance guidelines in Italy and find new financial protection options for aviation accidents in the latest Client Newsletter.
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  • Students in the Crime and Investigative Studies and Forensic Science programs at Anglia Ruskin University visited Kenyon for hands-on mass disaster training.
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  • ENAC, the Italian Civil Aviation Authority, released a new circular outlining Italy’s national plan to assist aircraft accident victims and their families.
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  • Over 350 delegates from Korean Air participated in four days of Special Assistance Team (SAT) Member training with Kenyon Associate Steve Halliwell in November.
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  • Learn more about new financial protection for criminalization related to aviation accidents.
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  • Kenyon's Bracknell office staff recently hosted two Crime and Investigative Studies students from Anglia Ruskin for work placement experience.
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  • Kenyon was pleased to welcome Saudi Arabian Airlines, one of our oldest continuous clients, to our UK facility for a week of intensive training.
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  • Groups representing airlines, cruise lines and public organizations traveled from many parts of the US, Canada and even the Middle East for a week-long crisis management master class offered by Kenyon.
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  • Kenyon recently conducted a series of crisis management training for FedEx in its European region, concluding a comprehensive consultancy project.
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  • Robert Jensen wraps up his crisis management blog series with Part 12: Crisis Leadership. What qualities are needed for effective leadership in a crisis?
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  • To the affected families, the effects of a tragedy truly never go away. Kenyon's Geoffrey Tudor has shared a touching example that includes his personal experience with Flight JL123 in the latest First Alert.
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