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AgustaWestland, the Anglo-Italian helicopter company owned by Italy’s Finmeccanica, is a total capability provider in the vertical lift market. Through its rotorcraft systems design, development, production and integration capabilities, its experience in the training business and its customer focused Integrated Operational Support solutions, the Company delivers unrivalled mission capability to military and commercial operators around the world. Caverton Helicopters has been appointed an AgustaWestland Authorized Service Centre for the AW139 intermediate twin helicopter in Nigeria. Caverton’s Service Centre based in West Africa’s commercial hub, Lagos, will provide maintenance and repair services and an extensive a spare parts inventory for the type, offering an even greater level of service to AW139 operators across the region.


heli union 

HELI-UNION was founded in 1961 to rapidly become France’s largest helicopter operator. With over 70 % of its activity conducted internationally, the company is present on four continents and ranks among the world leaders on its market. Heli-Union’s teams of professionals are recognized for their high level of skills and experience as well as for their ability to perform their works under virtually all types of environments, including the most hostile ones.


dancopter logo 

DanCopter A/S is a Danish helicopter company founded in 2002. The company transports passengers to platforms and ships in and around the North Sea and is a company which highly priorities safety, quality, honesty, and great flexibility on all levels. DanCopter is a well known and respected helicopter company in the European market. The position in this business was further strengthened in 2008 when the Norwegian concern Blueway AS bought 100% of DanCopter shares. Blueway AS has years of experience with helicopter operations in many parts of the world.


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aim for zero

The Company Health, Safety, Environment and Security Management System have been developed to facilitate a proactive approach to managing aviation and general safety risks within the Company. The system is based on the ICAO framework for Safety Management System, but has been expanded to include the principals of Health Assurance, Environmental Protection and Security.


Health, Safety, Environment and Security Policy Statement

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 take place under a balanced allocation of company resources, aimed at achieving the highest level of safety performance and meeting national and international standards, 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 managing director.


Our commitment is to:

  • * Support the management of safety through the provision of all appropriate resources, that will result in a company culture that fosters safe practices, encourages effective safety reporting and communication, and actively manages safety with the same attention to results as the attention to the results of the other management systems of the company;


  • * Clearly define for all staff, managers and employees alike, their accountabilities and responsibilities for the delivery of the company’s safety performance and the performance of our safety management system; Enforce the management of safety as a primary responsibility of all managers and employees;


  • * Establish and operate hazard identification and risk management processes, including a hazard reporting system, in order to eliminate or mitigate the safety risks of the consequences of hazards resulting from our operations or activities to a point which is as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP);


  • * Ensure that no action will be taken against any employee who discloses a safety concern through the hazard reporting system, unless such disclosure indicates, beyond any reasonable doubt, an illegal act, gross negligence, or a deliberate or wilful disregard of regulations or procedures;


  • * Comply with and, wherever possible, exceed, legislative and regulatory requirements and standards;


  • * Ensure that sufficient skilled and trained staff are available to implement safety strategies and processes; Ensure that all staff are provided with adequate and appropriate aviation safety information and training, are competent in safety matters, and are allocated only tasks commensurate with their skills;


  • * Establish and measure our safety performance against realistic safety performance indicators and safety performance targets; Continually improve our safety performance through management processes that ensure that relevant safety action is taken and is effective; and Ensure externally supplied systems and services to support our operations are delivered meeting our safety performance standards.


Strategic Objectives:

  1. 1. To achieve Zero Accidents
  2. 2. No mandatory reportable Incidents
  3. 3. To achieve Zero preventable injuries
  4. 4. Further development of the Safety "Culture" within Company
  5. 5. Establish management ownership & accountability of Safety throughout the company


*"Reducing Risk - Improving Safety - Increasing Efficiency"*


We live our core values of commitment to staff development and teamwork and ensure the full propagation of the Nigerian Content Laws. Through a defined training plan for indigenous employees, we build human capacity in the aviation industry where there is a shortage of certified and experienced manpower, thereby contributing to the pool of trained indigenous workforce for the benefit of the company, the greater good of the aviation sector and the country as a whole. It is our belief that a critical aspect of giving opportunity to Nigerians is providing them the scarce skill-sets and the experience to compete in highly technical areas.

We ensure our pilots and engineers are up to date in all required currency items as stipulated by the industry and the law utilizing training resources available overseas and within the country.  We partner with accredited and renowned oversea training providers to deliver courses in Nigeria that meet required standards like the AW139 course conducted for 13 Caverton engineers and 2 NCAA inspectors to gain AW139 Type Rating. In partnership with government, we train pilots sponsored by the Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF) to gain their type rating and the requisite flying hours.



News Update


CAVERTON Expands Existing Bell Helicopter Fleet with Eight 407GXPs

Interview with MD Caverton Helicopters PART 1 Watch here 
Interview with MD Caverton Helicopters PART 2 Watch here 


CAVERTON Offshore Support Group Plc has secured a five year logistics support contract from Chevron Nigeria Limited, the operator of NNPC/CNL Joint Venture, for the provision of aviation services Read more