What is Aviation Consulting?

What is Aviation Consulting?

What is Aviation Safety?

Your aviation organization can never be compliant if your policy isn’t

An aviation consultant, or aviation advisor, aid aircraft owners, operators and maintainers by providing training, guidance, policy, procedure, and administrative services.

At InspectAir, we strive to provide exceptional service to not only improve the Safety and Quality Management of an aviation enterprise, but to provide relief from workload in specific areas so the owner can instead concentrate their efforts on the development of their business.

Aviation safety means the state of an aviation system or organization in which risks associated with aviation activities, related to, or in direct support of the operation of aircraft, are reduced and controlled to an acceptable level. It encompasses the theory, practice, investigation, and categorization of flight failures, and the prevention of such failures through regulation, education, and training. It can also be applied in the context of campaigns that inform the public as to the safety of air travel.

Aviation safety also encompasses the accident investigation aspect, allowing for better understanding of what happened so that future similar events may be prevented, through revised regulations, aircraft design, education and training.

If your Maintenance Control Manual (MCM) or Maintenance Policy Manual (MPM) does not clearly describe how your enterprise’s processes meet the applicable regulatory Transport Canada requirements, how can you ever prove that YOU are?

Well, you can’t – or at least its extremely difficult. A clear MCM/MPM policy serves many purposes, beyond that of just simple regulatory compliance and avoiding non-compliance findings from Transport Canada.  

For instance: clear descriptive MCM/MPM policy facilitates easy training of new staff trying to learn your processes, and it makes auditing MUCH more simple and efficient. Bottom line: Say what you do, do what you say and PROVE IT.

Unsure of the existing MCM and MPM requirements? Check out the  current advisory material directly from Transport Canada:

Maintenance Control Manual

Maintenance POLICY Manual