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 and Environment is our core business Principle. As the Accountable Manager, I shall ensure the safety of employees, customers, contractors and the society at large. This shall be achieved by developing, Implementing, maintaining and continuously improve strategies and processes to ensure that all our activities take place under a balanced allocation of appropriate resources aimed at delivering the highest level of safety performance and meeting national and international standards.

Captain Josiah Choms

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Reducing Risk - Improving Safety - Increasing Efficiency


  • Support the management of HSE through the provision of appropriate resources, that will result in a positive culture that fosters safe practices,
  • Ensure this policy forms a key part of the organization’s communication strategy
  • Enforce the management of safety as a primary responsibility of all managers;
  • Clearly define for all categories of staff their responsibilities for the delivery of the company’s HSE performance;
  • Involve all personnel and business partners at all levels in the maintenance and establishment of the Safety Management System;
  • Establish and operate hazard identification and risk management processes, including a hazard reporting system, in order to eliminate or mitigate risks resulting from operations or activities to an acceptable level;
  • Conduct annual review of this policy and amend as required.
  • Ensure that no action is taken against any employee who discloses a safety concern through the hazard reporting system, unless such disclosure indicates, beyond any reasonable doubt, negligence, disregard or contempt for other persons, regulations, company policy, training, or professional conduct;
  • Comply with and, wherever possible, exceed, legislative and regulatory requirements and standards;
  • Ensure that sufficient skilled and trained staffs are available to implement HSE strategies and processes;
  • Establish and measure HSE performance against realistic performance indicators and associated targets;
  • Unwavering commitment on the part of senior management to the development and ongoing improvement of the Safety Management System.