Aviation unions to discuss importance of automation at 9th JCNC awards

*Hector Nnadi



Posted by Sade Williams

Four unions in the ministry of aviation under the aegis of Joint Consultative and Negotiating Council (JCNC) will be x-raying the importance of automation of all the systems in the aviation industry as it affects positive personnel performance.

The chairman of JCNC, Comrade Hector Nnadi in a chat with newsmen, explained, that with the level of technology around the globe, the aviation sector can not afford to be left behind in the quest to reposition it with adequate automation of all points.

Nnadi said, the gains of an automated system in the aviation industry can not be undermined as the issue of digitalization remained a global thing.

He noted that the ministry of communication has adopted it as their road map adding, that there was no industry that was not going digital now.

He noted that automation in form of digitalization was very paramount in the aviation sector to complement the work of a personnel.

Nnadi, explained, that full automated aviation systems will take adequate care of safety and security systems in the aviation sector especially these days when people gain access to the restricted areas in airports without hassle will be curbed.

“In these days when people gain access to the areas that are restricted in the airport without much hassles, if there is access control which forms part of personnel automation, some of those things will be curbed”

Nnadi applauded that the minister of aviation Senator Hadi Sirika on his stand on Emirates airlines on the issue of BASA.

On his assessment of the aviation industry and the gradual recovery after Covid 19, the chairman said, the industry was picking up with government playing significant role with the available resources but not enough when compared to what was obtained outside.

Meanwhile, Comrade Nnadi has released details of the 9th edition of Aviation workers week and awards night.

According to Nnadi, the awards which will take place at the Shehu Musa Ya’Adua Centre on 3rd of March 2022 on the Joint Consultative and Negotiating Council (JCNC) has its theme as “The gains of an Automated personnel management system in the aviation sector”

He noted that the annual event started over nine years ago with the aim of gathering aviators across the country to deliberate on burning issues affecting the industry.


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