Revesco Aviation Announces Stage III IS-BAO Accreditation
First operator in Australia to attain IS-BAO’s highest level of safety standards
Perth, 4th December, 2014: “Revesco Aviation is proud to join the small and distinguished group of operators worldwide who have successfully earned IS-BAO Stage 3 certification, additionally to be the first operator in Australia to achieve this highest level of compliance,” said Peter Hillier, General Manager/Head of Flight Operations, Revesco Aviation Pty Ltd.
“Stage three verifies that safety management activities are fully integrated into our business and that a positive safety culture is being sustained. Attaining the highest level of IS-BAO accreditation acknowledges Revesco Aviation’s commitment to safety, quality and continuous improvement.”
Initiated in 2002 the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) is designed to promote use of high quality operating practices for international business aircraft operations. It provides baseline requirements for structuring flight departments and planning and conducting their operations; it challenges flight departments to review their current systems, programs and procedures, recognize strengths and weaknesses in those procedures, and upgrade to a higher standard. The standard is based on International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards that prepare the operator for both domestic and international operations.
The program centers on the Safety Management System (SMS) developed by ICAO and other operations-critical industries. It leads the operator from establishment of beginning principles to a sustainable SMS and operations program to a performance-based, risk averse culture for both large and small operations. Audits conducted every two years ensure conformance with the standard and provide valuable feedback to the operator. The registration certificate issued upon successful completion of an audit serves as proof of compliance with several key ICAO standards, which are required for operations in number of countries.