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Adagold establishes charter risk management company

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 23, 2014

Australian charter aircraft company Adagold Aviation has established a new company that specialises in risk management strategies for the charter aircraft market.

Founded in 2013 and led by former CASA senior executive Rob Collins and aviation consultant Mike Horneman, TechSafe Aviation has been established in the wake of a boom in charter aircraft operations in Australia in support of the mining boom in recent years.

“Companies in the mining and resources industry are leaders of risk management,” Collins said in a statement. “The duty of care extends to more than just the factory floor – it reaches far underground and high in the sky. There are already countless Workplace Health and Safety policies and procedures in place across mining operations and as more companies see the value in charter flights, these risk management strategies need to adapt to include air travel.”

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He added that; “Our job is to make sure all risk management systems and policies are clear, coherent and the process is simplified. Our aim is to be the leading global provider of all aviation safety, technical and compliance solutions.”

For more information visit https://techsafeaviation.com/

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