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Airways New Zealand welcomes new Health and Safety Manager

Airways New Zealand welcomes new Health and Safety Manager

Airways is pleased to announce the appointment of Shelly Sydney as its new Health and Safety Manager.

Based in Christchurch, Ms Sydney will oversee Airways’ national health and safety programme. Airways is New Zealand’s air navigation services provider and is responsible for managing the country’s 30 million square kilometre flight information region – one of the largest areas of airspace in the world. The state owned enterprise also provides training and consultancy services in over 65 countries.

Ms Sydney, who has previously been the National Health, Safety and Environmental Manager for Stonewood Homes, will take up the role on August 22.

“Shelly’s experience includes over five years in operational roles at Christchurch Airport and 12 years as a Police Constable. She brings with her a breadth of people, project and emergency management skills and we look forward to working with her,” says Kim Nichols, Head of Safety and Assurance at Airways.

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