Building Flight Department

We’ll assist you with streamlining your Flight Department in terms of compliance and appropriate procedures.
We’ll turn your Flight Department into a smooth running operational clockwork with no surprises.


We have a wealth of experience in providing complete sets of Operating Manuals for clients when they first set up an AOC, NCC, or SPO including all Operations Manual, Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition (CAME) and Minimum Equipment Lists (MEL) to address the basic options.

Project Management

Change management on your existing flight department or the whole process of taking delivery of your new aerial survey aircraft
We have decades of experience in handlig complex international projects!

Safety Management Systems (SMS)

Human Performance Training and Consulting can assist in the process and remove all the “smoke & mirrors” other vendors add to ensure they manage your system for you.

The set-up and implementation of a Safety Management System (SMS) often seems like a formidable task.

The most effective SMS is the one you build, implement, and manage yourself!
We’ll provide you with everything you need to do that, or we can provide you with on-site assistance.

What’s an SMS?:

Safety Management Systems have been standardized world-wide and consists of 4 basic components and 11 elements.

Safety Policy Elements

The elements of our Safety Policy include:

– The organization’s safety policy
– Management commitment & accountability
– Key safety responsibilities
– Emergency preparedness & response
– SMS documentation & records

Safety & Risk Management

The fundamental purpose of our risk management system is the early identification of potential problems. The risk management system enhances the manner in which management safety decisions are made.

– Hazard identification and analysis
– Risk assessment and control

Safety Assurance

The ongoing monitoring of all systems and the application of corrective actions are core functions of teh QAS.
Continuous improvement can only occur when we display constant vigilance regarding the effectiveness of our operations and our corrective actions.
Without ongoing monitoring of corrective actions, there is no way of telling whether the problem has been corrected and the safety objective met.

– Safety performance monitoring and measurement
– Management of Change
– Continual Improvement

Safety Promotion

Safety is the “Core Value” and is everyone’s responsibility.
We will all promote a positive safety culture because this is what will influence correct behavior and lead to safe mission accomplishment.

– Competencies and training
– Communication and awareness