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Nov 21, 2011 11:00 AM  EST

ACSF Auditor Class Draws Record Attendance 

          for immediate release                                                         for more information contact:
            Bryan Burns
President
888-723-3135
bburns@acsf.aero
 
ACSF AUDITOR CLASS DRAWS RECORD ATTENDANCE
 
Alexandria, VA, November 10, 2011 – Last week, the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) held an auditor training class on the ACSF Industry Audit Standard (IAS), at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Training Center in Ashburn, Virginia. The class provided two days of learning and discussion on the audit process, procedures and skill sets necessary to implement and perform effective operational audits using the IAS.
 
Russ Lawton, ACSF director of safety management was the key presenter for the class, which drew over 20 participants from the on-demand/charter and shared aircraft ownership industries, insurance and audit companies. “It was a very thorough class,” said Donald Hammer, with the Mente Group “I came away with a complete understanding of ACSF and the requirements for their auditors.”
 
Attendees were provided the opportunity to learn about and tour the reconstructed fuselage of TWA Flight 800, the Boeing 747 that exploded mid-air and crashed on July 17, 1996, in the Atlantic Ocean after departing John F. Kennedy International Airport. A reconstructed portion of the B-747 fuselage is housed at the NTSB Training Center as an educational tool for accident investigators and aviation safety professionals. The reconstruction is not available to the general public, but may be viewed by attendees as part of the educational experience.
 
 “The presentations were outstanding,” said Ken Wilson, president of Flight Plan, LLC. Within two short days, I had a strong understanding of what's necessary to achieve ACSF's audit standard for Part 135 and 91K Operators.  It was great networking with the many aviation professionals also in attendance. I am very impressed with the great work that the ACSF is doing to promote safety in the air charter industry.”
 
“I’m delighted that we had so many companies not only participate in our ACSF auditor training workshop but become members as well.  It truly demonstrates the value they see in our Industry Audit Standard and the Air Charter Safety Foundation,” said Bryan Burns, president of ACSF.
 
 ACSF will hold its next auditor class in conjunction with the February 2012 Air Charter Safety Symposium. To learn more about the auditor class contact Russ Lawton at rlawton@acsf.aero.
 
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Through research, collaboration and education, the Air Charter Safety Foundation advances charter and shared aircraft ownership industry standards and best practices; promulgates safety, security and service benchmarks; and promotes the universal acceptance of safety management systems.


 

For additional information on this release, please contact:
Russ Lawton
Phone: (888) 723-3135
Email:
 
Source: Air Charter Safety Foundation  
Website: http://www.acsf.aero
 

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