B&W And Flight Safety Form New Joint Venture Training Company
—Literature Available Babcock & Wilcox, a McDermott company and a leading supplier to the power industry, and FlightSafety International, a leader in simulator training for both aircraft pilots and ships' officers and engineers, recently announced the formation of a joint venture international training company. This company, PowerSafety International, will be headquartered in Lynchburg, Va., and staffed by senior B&W and FlightSafety personnel experienced in power generation design and operation, as well as maintenance and training methods.
Albet L. Ueltschi, president and CEO of FlightSafety International, and R. James Ansell, the new president and COO of Power- Safety International, expressed their optimism about the new company's future and its ability to provide superior services to its current and future customers.
In addition to conducting courses at its training center in Lynchburg, PowerSafety offers a wide program of "hands-on" training through its mobile classroom laboratories.
These programs are directed toward operations, maintenance, and engineering personnel.
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