Safety Policy

Safety is one of our core business functions. We are committed to developing, implementing, maintaining and constantly improving strategies and processes to ensure that all our aviation activities ( AOC, CAMO ) take placeunder an appropriate allocation of organizational resources, aimed at achieving the highest level of safety performance and meeting regulatory requirements, while delivering our services.

All levels of management and all employees are accountable for the delivery of this highest level of safety performance, starting with the CEO.


– Develop and embed a safety culture in all of its aviation activities that recognizes the importance and value of effective aviation safety management and acknowledges at all times that safety always has priority.

– Clearly define for all staff their accountabilities and responsibilities for the development and delivery of aviation safety strategy and performance.

– Have sufficient resources (human, financial, infrastructure) available to successfully operate
the safety management system as well as day-to-day operations.

– Minimize the risks associated with aircraft operations, continuing airworthiness management and maintenance activities to a point that is as low as reasonably practicable / achievable, thereby minimizing the contribution to the risk of an aircraft accident or serious incident.

– Ensure that externally supplied systems and services, which have an impact to the safety of the operation and continuing airworthiness management, meet appropriate safety standards.

– Actively develop and improve safety processes to comply with all applicable regulations,
conforming to best standards by consideration of industry’s best practices.

– Comply with and, wherever possible, exceed legislative and regulatory requirements and standards.

– Continuously work in accordance with applicable requirements (such as Part-CAT, Part-ORO. Part-SPA, Part M, Part CAMO,….) and the provisions and procedures in the Operations Manuals and Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition, which are based on these regulatory requirements.

– Ensure that all staff are provided with adequate and appropriate aviation safety information and training, are competent in safety matters and are only allocated tasks commensurate with their skills.

– Ensure that sufficient skilled and trained staff is available to implement safety strategy and policy..

– Systematically and pro-actively establish and measure the safety performance against realistic objectives and/or targets

– Achieve the highest levels of safety standards and performance in all aviation activities Continuously improve the safety performance.

– Conduct safety and management reviews and ensure that relevant action is taken and monitored..

– Establishing a non-punitive, confidential reporting system within the Safety Management System and to ensure active participation of all personnel within the company

– Encourage all personnel to actively participate in the company reporting systems, while never attributing blame to a person for reporting any circumstances which would otherwise not have been detected.

– Make all post holders and heads of the various departments aware of their responsibilities associated with implementing and maintaining the safety standards.

– Based on a 12 months Period the Safety Policy will be reviewed Human Factors Principles shall also be considered.

– Actions will be taken against any staff member who, beyond any reasonable doubt, behaves in an unacceptable way, acts illegally, in gross negligence or deliberately or wilfully disregarding regulations or procedures.