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Saturday, 4 February 2017
Global FBO Consult has received I3SA recognition as an International Standards Support Services Affiliate to the IS-BAH program.
IBAC launched IS-BAH, the International Standard – Business Aviation Handling in May 2014 at EBACE.
The National Air Transportation Association’s (NATA) successful Safety 1st Ground Audit program was incorporated into the new standard, setting a new and higher standard for Safety Management Systems and best practices throughout the business aviation ground support industry.
The standard was developed at the urging of the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA). Day-to-day operation of the standard and audit processes is managed by IBAC.
Global FBO Consults Senior Consultant Joe McDermott said "The IS-BAH program offers a solid, achievable SMS platform designed for our industry & if combined with a robust training system such as Safety 1st, the total package can deliver a safe, efficient & cost effective operating environment for Ground Ops & aircraft operators alike"
Based in Dublin, Ireland, Global FBO Consult offer a range of support services worldwide for FBO, BAHA & airports.
With a background of 30+ years in the aviation industry & over 10 years in the bizav sector, including with some of the market leaders, Global FBO can offer experience based guidance, aimed at supporting the growth of FBO & BAHA businesses.
They have successfully completed client support tasks in Bahrain, France, Ireland, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, the UAE, United Kingdom & USA.
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