An International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Aviation Security Professional Manager from the ICAO/Concordia University Montreal, Canada. He is also an ICAO Certified Instructor and Auditor. He holds a Master's degree in Transport Planning (with a good knowledge of inter-modal transportation) from the Lagos State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Geology and Archaeology from the University of Ibadan. Mr Osineye possesses skills and knowledge essential for managing key areas of civil aviation, particularly in civil aviation security and dangerous goods transport. He has the relevant competencies for aviation security and dangerous goods audits, inspections, investigations, surveys and tests with a sound knowledge of international and national regulations and standards.
As an ICAO aviation security and dangerous goods expert, He has the technical expertise for implementation of security measures and procedures required by States having been on ICAO Mission to a couple of Contracting States during the ICAO Universal Security Audit Programme (USAP) 2nd cycle and USAP- Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA).
He possesses requisite skills, knowledge and ability to ensure State's Oversight Capability for the implementation of ICAO Annexes, in particular Annex 17 and 18 SARPs, and security related aspects of other Annexes. He was part of the team that achieved an outstanding performance in the effective implementation of ICAO Annex 17 SARPs during the ICAO USAP Follow Up in 2006, ICAO-USAP 2008 and ICAO-USAP CMA of Nigeria in 2015.
Mr Osineye has worked extensively both in safety and security in the former Federal Civil Aviation Authority (FCAA) Federal Ministry of Aviation, Directorate of Safety Regulation and Monitoring (FMA, DSRAM) and Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), with experience spanning about 25 years. He led the aviation security audit of many airports, airlines and other entities within civil aviation in Nigeria, the purpose of which was to ensure compliance with the Nigerian Civil Aviation Regulations, National Civil Aviation Security Programme as well as the Standards and Recommended Practices of ICAO. He has conducted several aviation security and dangerous goods trainings within the civil aviation industry and also served in times past, at various national level committees to review security measures at all the international airports nationwide.
Mr Osineye has recently been seconded from the NCAA to the AIB to lead the newly established Security and Safety Department. He has successfully completed the Continuing Professional Development courses in Fundamentals of Accident Investigation and Applied Aircraft Accident Investigation both at the renown Cranfield University, United Kingdom.