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SCSI Team welcomed for Training In China " William Fowler Appointed Director, Investigation Programs " SCSI Presents NATO Flight Safety Officer Course in Germany " SCSI Enters 4th Year of FAA HFAM Contract " SCSI Opens New Office" Expands Crash Lab " New Courses Announced " Cabin Safety Symposium To Run in Conjunction with WATS " Human Factors Certificate in Development " FSO Course in Halifax " Upcoming Courses at SCSI. Newsletter ( pdf format ) SCSI and Global Aerospace Logistics, LLC ( GAL ) announced the signing of a teaming agreement to jointly pursue business opportunities within the UAE in connection with aviation related safety education and safety management system development. Under the agreement, SCSI will work with GAL to provide proven, comprehensive, training solutions and address the immediate safety education requirements for the UAE's Armed Forces, as well as the UAE civil sector. The initial, primary focus is to meet immediate requirements of the UAE Armed Forces, and subsequently to market the highly respected SCSI line of products throughout the GCC. More SCSI is pleased to announce the appointment of William Fowler as the company's new Investigation Program Director. Bill brings an extensive background in aviation safety and investigations to SCSI's programs, including experience as Investigator-In-Charge of the MK Airlines B747 crash in Halifax and as one of the lead investigators of the Swissair 111 crash over Nova Scotia. Company Chairman of the Board of Directors, Stephen Milam, said, "Bill has an incredible depth and breadth of experience from which to draw, and his keen insights stem from a truly unique background rich with expertise in investigation, safety and human factors." More Beautiful Golden Prague is once again the home to the annual series of investigation and safety courses brought by SCSI. The courses will be held back-to-back from 2 May through 1 June 2011. The collection of courses kicks off with Human Factors for Accident Investigators which focuses on the human impacts on accidents, investigations, and the reporting process. These include psychological aspects of pilots and witnesses from Psy.D. Tracy Dillinger, to fatigue and pilot physiology with stress and fatigue with Tarek Sardana MD along with much more. More Now in its third decade of dedicated service to the aviation safety community, SCSI is pleased to announce its expansion into Canada. This fall, Halifax, Canada will become the home of SCSI Eastern Division. The company's Canadian operation will be led by Mr. G. Michael Doiron. "We are excited to have Mike spearhead the expansion and anticipate that the courses in Canada will facilitate training for our safety colleagues in Europe and the Middle East as well as those in Canada, " said company President Christine Schmitz. More Based on the anticipated FAA rulemaking on Safety Management Systems and the Obama administration's new law requiring US operators to have an SMS in place by December 2012, SCSI's SMS Program instructors met last February under the direction of SMS Program Director, Mike Doiron, to conduct a Curriculum Review. Based on that review and months of follow-on design and material upgrades, SCSI released its new SMS-Complete ( SMS-C ) course to a classroom of students quadruple the size of the usual SMS course. More Now in its third decade, SCSI ( Southern California Safety Institute ) is an established center of excellence in aviation safety training, specializing in Accident Investigation training and Safety Management Systems. Over the years, we have trained over 10, 000 individuals from government and civil organizations around the world, including the United States military, the FAA, the NTSB, and a host of commercial airline operations. With expert faculty ; our own acccident crash laboratory complete with fixed wing, gas turbine and helicopter wreckage ; and distance learning courses, we are abl