Human Services Response™ Training 13-14 May 2014 Museum of London, Docklands Aviem/FAF Annual Meeting – Europe 9-10 December 2014 London, England Aviem/FAF Annual Meeting – North America 5-6 March 2015 Santa Fe, New Mexico Please stay tuned for date & location of our Annual Asia-Pacific Meeting.Read more
Aviem International, Inc. is here to support you when disaster strikes, during what may be the most difficult time in your company’s history.
- Disaster Management Services – Aviem is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year with crucial services such as: call center support, Go Teams, humanitarian assistance and disaster recovery services;
- Business Disruption Support – Aviem assists organizations affected by natural disasters, safety recalls, fleet grounding & disruption and similar business impact issues;
- Best practices – What to do and how to do it;
- Training – Expert training for your teams on humanitarian assistance, media & crisis communications, and incident management.
Aviem uses an extensive, research-based approach called Human Services Response™ (HSR) as the foundation for our planning, training and support. See more about HSR on the sidebar. Call us today and learn why you need Aviem as a crucial part of your team.
Our World-Wide Network
Aviem operates the largest call center network of any similar provider with call centers primarily in the US, Canada and the UK. Additional centers are located around the world, supporting our multi-lingual needs for global clients.
Aviem is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Additional locations include: Augusta, GA; Houston, TX; London, UK; Barcelona, Spain; Brisbane and Perth, Australia; and Johannesburg, South Africa.
Today, 1 October 2013, the US Federal Government shut down to to funding disagreements within the US Congress. As a result, the National Transportation Safety Board Transportation Disaster Assistance Office has issued notice to all aviation and rail companies that their ability to respond to a significant aviation or rail disaster is currently very limited [...]Read more