IS-BAO Operator Workshop

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International Standard - Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO)

This workshop is held in conjunction with the NBAA's Business Aviation Regional Forum. A seperate registration fee is required.

The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) is presenting the IS-BAO Operator Workshop to assist operators who are implementing, or considering implementing, IS-BAO. The workshop will open with a presentation of background and general information on the IS-BAO. This will be followed by a 2 hour detailed discussion of the IS-BAO standards and how an operator can go about implementing them. Subsequently, about 2 hours will be spent discussing the risk assessment process and development of an operator’s safety management system. The workshop will conclude with a one hour discussion of audit considerations.

In order to gain full benefit from this Workshop, participants should bring their IS-BAO an International Standards for Business Aircraft Operations and copies of the Guidelines for the Conduct of Risk Analysis by Business Aircraft Operators, and the IS-BAO Internal Audit Manual. The latter two documents are on the 2006 IS-BAO CD.

Location

The workshop will be held at Signature Flight Support.

515 Eaton St # 100
St Paul, MN 55107
Get directions.

Tel: (651) 224-1100

Workshop Fees

  • $400 per attendee
  • Includes workshop participation only
  • VISA and MasterCard are accepted.
  • Payment can be made by bank draft or money order in US dollars made payable to: International Business Aviation Council - IS-BAO Account

Registration

Download the IS-BAO Operator Workshop Registration Form

To regisiter for the IS-BAO Operator Workshop, complete the registration form and mail or fax the regiatration with payment to:

International Business Aviation Council (IBAC)
Suite 16.33
999 University Street
Montreal, Quebec
H3C 5J9, Canada

Fax: (514) 954-6161

Email: plessard@ibac.org

For More Information

Please visit IBAC's web site at http://www.ibac.org/isbao_workshop.php for more information.

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