Aviation Safety Audit Programs

mba is an Internationally recognized aviation Safety and Compliance Auditing Organization with highly qualified auditors worldwide that perform aviation audits. mba performs safety audits on fixed-wing, rotary-wing, and unmanned aircraft.

IOSA

mba received its accreditation from IATA in 2004 as an Audit Organization (AO) to perform IATA Operational Safety Audits (IOSA) and remains as one of only six Audit Companies in the world to hold this honor.  mba has built a team comprised of experienced Auditors with diverse professional aviation backgrounds. mba’s Auditors are multilingual and are from several countries, possessing extensive experience with international regulatory authority compliance audits in their respective operational disciplines. mba has performed over 450 IOSA Audits worldwide.

ISSA

mba is also accredited as an Audit Organization to perform IATA Standard Safety Assessments (ISSA). This program is established for Operators of smaller aircraft that do not qualify for the IOSA program.

BARS

mba has been accredited by the Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) since 2011 and is one of five registered BARS Audit Companies.  mba’s Audit Team provides the tools and knowledge necessary to guide you through the process of completing an Audit under the BAR Standard and becoming a member of the BARS Program. The BARS Program is a complete package to assist organizations with the management of their aviation risk and provides users of aviation support with the level of safety assurance required by their respective organizations.

Other Aviation Audits

mba has developed the Operational Safety Audit Review (OSAR) for small or large Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing operations. The OSAR was designed to assess the degree of compliance with an organization’s applicable safety regulatory requirements and with the procedural provisions of a Safety Management System (SMS). These Audits are intended to assure the safety management functions including staffing, compliance with applicable regulations, and the organizations’ staffs’ level of competency and training.