Presentation on theme: "BASS Asia Business Aviation Safety Tools. 1 Session Purpose Review some of the many safety tools available to Business Aviation operators. Discuss."— Presentation transcript:
1 Session Purpose Review some of the many safety tools available to Business Aviation operators. Discuss how operators in Asia can make use of the tools. Exchange ideas on how additional tools can be made available. Learn from each other.
2 Speakers Jim Burin – Flight Safety Foundation Ariel Landau – Flight Safety International Puja Mahajan – Bombardier Bill Voss - FSF Don Spruston – IBAC
3 Summary of IBAC Safety Tools Business Aviation Safety Strategy IS-BAO Safety Standard Guideline documents that accompany IS-BAO, such as a Generic Company Operations Manual SMS Tool Kit SMS eLearning Training
4 Summary of IBAC Safety Tools Emergency Response Plan Model Security Programme Workshops for IS-BAO and Accredited Auditor Culture Self Test under development Business Aviation Safety Brief.
5 SUMMARY BA has a different support system compared to airlines. The industry consists of over 17,000 operators worldwide, operating approximately 30,000 turbine aircraft. Operators generally consist of one aircraft with only a few staff; hence they are reliant on support services such as: 1. Flight Planning service companies; 2. Training companies; 3. Associations.