Introduction to Aviation in Exploration and Mining
Don’t miss Robert Cote on March 4th for our live webinar as he discusses how aviation activities can impact exploration and mining operations and what steps are needed in order to minimize any risks associated with aviation requirements.
Mar 04, 2021, 14:00
Mar 04, 2021, 15:00
Aviation activities are used in many industries for many reasons such as charter operations, passenger transportation, geophysical surveys, external load operations (drilling and/or cargo moves), aerial photography and many more. These often take place in remote locations or when limited ground access is encountered. Exploration and Mining activities frequently make use of these aviation activities however risks may not always be known or fully understood.
Although Operators are required to follow federal regulations, the regulatory requirements are considered minimum requirements to obtain an operating or maintenance certificate. Because of the lack of rigorous oversight, Industry has implemented several “Industry Best Practice” standards such as BARS (Basic Aviation Risk Standard), IOGP (International Association of Oil and Gas Producers) and SGS Aviation Compliance Aviation Standards.
- Understand where aviation activities may be used.
- Understand why Aviation Standards exist
- Understand what should be considered when selecting and aircraft operator.
- Understand what level of due care should be exercised.
- Understand how SGS can help to ensure proper due care and proper mitigation strategies adopted to reduce risk to ALARP (As Low As Reasonably Practicable).
Date/Time: March 4, 2021 | 2:00-3:00 pm ET
Cost: No Charge
Presenter: Robert Cote, Business Development Manager / Aviation Advisor, SGS Aviation Compliance
For further information, please contact:
Marketing Specialist, Minerals
t: +1 289 233 4135
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