SOUTHWEST AIRLINES HELPING COMBAT TRAFFICKINGJan 16
Like many of the organizations the BSCC provides training to, the country’s largest low cost carrier is doing its part in recognition of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
Elizabeth Bryant of Southwest says in a press release “we are proud to introduce additional training” as part of the airlines continuing effort to work with community partners that help guide them in their awareness programs for employees.
The new training will be targeted at employees who deal directly with customers and its goal is to improve the airlines procedures in identifying and addressing suspected traffickers. The airline first launched these efforts in 2019.
Bilateral Safety Coalition Corridor can provide your employees the training they need to join this fight against trafficking. Executive Director Marisa Ugarte and staff have conducted training in the San Diego region for more than fifteen years. This training has included elements of the criminal justice system, educational institutions at all levels, military personnel and others.
For information on the training BSCC provides, please call 1-619-336 0770.
For reporting trafficking activities please call the BSCC hotline at 1-619-666-2757