BASS Asia
Business Aviation
Safety Tools
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.
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Speakers
Jim Burin – Flight Safety Foundation
Ariel Landau – Flight Safety International
Puja Mahajan – Bombardier
Bill Voss - FSF
Don Spruston – IBAC
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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
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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.
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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.
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Business Case for IS-BAO International Standard for Business