London Air Services Enters Final Stage of Aviation SMS Database Testing with Omni Air Group

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Award-winning Incident Reporter™ IRv3 Aviation SMS Database to be released May 01, 2011 after successful completion of beta-testing.

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Much of IRv3’s navigation and behavior is user-defined,” continues Salerno, “...and dashboards are configurable to suit the safety culture and working style of the organization.

London Air Services today announced the results of their testing of OAG’s award-winning Incident Reporter SMS Database. Incident Reporter version 3 (IRv3) meets current IS-BAO, Transport Canada, and FAA requirements for SMS, and is scheduled for release in May of 2011.

Aligned with the ICAO SMS Framework and Transport Canada’s Advisory Circular (AC) No. 107-001 Guidance on Safety Management Systems Development and TP 14343 - Implementation Procedures Guide for Air Operators and Approved Maintenance Organizations, IRv3 recently passed the scrutiny of a Transport Canada audit of London Air Services. According to Brent Fishlock, SMS Manager for London Air Services, Transport Canada inspectors ”…loved the site (database), especially since the terminology was directly in line with theirs.” Fishlock continues: “We’re super happy with IRv3. This is a great product that will only get better.”

London Air Services is the first Omni Air Group client to implement the use of IR version 3. According to Paul Salerno, President of OAG, “London Air Services’ SMS Manual, audit checklists, safety promotion communications and training materials are all accessible from directly within the IRv3 database, including third-party web resources used for SMS e-Learning courses.”

Incident Reporter version 3 provides a fully integrated Aviation Safety Management System, complete with web-based hazard reporting, customized SMS Manual, event investigation and internal audit procedures, task assignments, email alerts, safety library, and forced-receipt memo system. “Much of IRv3’s navigation and behavior is user-defined,” continues Salerno, “...and dashboards are configurable to suit the safety culture and working style of the organization.”

The IR Aviation SMS Database is suitable for use by corporate flight departments, commercial operators, airlines, airports, flight schools, repair stations, MROs, FBOs and other aviation service providers. Incident Reporter is now in use by more than 80 aviation service providers, worldwide.

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