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Emergency Reponse Planning

We have the expertise to deal with all aspects of Emergency Response Procedures and Contingency Planning.

Client Training

These services provide for the development and implementation of emergency response programmes meeting all the latest international requirements.

24 Hour Incident Response

We are able to provide a wide range of services and support depending on the needs of the Client.

Blake Emergency Services, a wholly British private company, has with its forebears, been in business for more than three decades, helping airlines, airports, governments, transport companies and managements in industry, plan for crises and emergencies. Blake Emergency Services has become synonymous within these areas, as consultants to a wide range of Clients in the fields of:

Emergency Response Planning
Training
24 Hour Incident Response

We work with a global perspective, creating procedures and systems to cope with crisis. The company trains management teams and staff in crisis management best practice and helps adjust corporate cultures to be more aware of and sympathetic to, emergency planning imperatives. Come the day when disaster strikes, Blake Emergency Services are there with substantial resources, skill and professionalism to assist in the recovery operation.

Pyegreave House,
Combs,
High Peak,
Derbyshire
SK23 9UX
England

Tel: +44 (0) 1298 815786 (24 hours)

Fax: +44 (0) 1298 815381

Email: info@blakeemergency.com

Abigail Pollard

 Abi

Blake Emergency Services

Managing Director

10
July

Airport charges under fire

Charges imposed on drivers by airports for dropping off or collecting passengers are extortionate, the RAC said last week. More than half of the UK airports have increased their charges… Read More

10
July

Fastjet secures $10mn in funding; moves to acquire FedAir

Fastjet Group has set its sights on entering the South African market in 2019 after having secured approximately USD10 million dollars worth of fresh capital. Following a warning to shareholders… Read More

10
July

Ethiopian Airlines first B737 MAX8

Ethiopian Airlines  has taken over its first of thirty B737 MAX 8s on order from Boeing.  Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows ET-AVM  was positioned from Seattle Boeing Field to Addis Ababa… Read More

29
May

Air Astana Celebrates 16th Anniversary with the Opening of a New Aviation Technical Centre

Air Astana, the award-winning Kazakh flag carrier, marked its 16th anniversary with the opening of a new Aviation Technical Centre at Astana’s Nursultan Nazarbayev international airport today. The new Aviation… Read More

29
May

FAA acting administrator: ‘Era of red tape is over’

FAA acting administrator Dan Elwell called for the agency to embrace innovation and emerging technology by forming partnerships with industry and entrepreneurial organizations during a speech at the International Aviation… Read More

14
May

Air Namibia seeks expanded Angolan market access

Air Namibia is looking to boost its Angolan market presence with the launch of multiple new point-to-point services in the country. The New Era newspaper reports the carrier has sought diplomatic… Read More

14
May

OAG names world’s busiest air routes

Data agency OAG has revealed the world’s 20 busiest air routes, with Asia dominating the list. The Kuala Lumpur-Singapore route came in at number one, with seven carriers operating 30,537… Read More

14
May

Emirates to launch daily Edinburgh flights

Emirates has announced it will launch a daily service between Edinburgh and Dubai from 1 October. The announcement comes after Etihad said it would cease flying to the Scottish capital, owing… Read More

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