SAFETY, SECURITY ASSURED
Winning formula: Systems + procedures = safety.
Safety Management System
At REVA we put safety first. We have policies and procedures in place to ensure safe passage for our clients and a safe work environment for our employees. Drills and training are held on a monthly basis to guarantee smooth transport from loading to landing.
REVA uses a three-tiered method to ensure safety: regular training, a management system that follows Federal Aviation Administration and International Civil Aviation Organization guidelines, and a proactive approach to safety issues. Our risk-management philosophy promises a safe future.
Flight-Risk and Risk-Control Assessments
REVA’s Safety Management System makes sure everything adds up. It includes flight-risk and risk-control assessments that provide information to our safety analyzer. That, in turn, plots the risk on a graph and calculates trends and risk threshold.
REVA’s safety-management system exceeds OSHA, FAA, and International Civil Aviation Organization guidelines.
We focus on what's important
REVA’s safety agenda is clear: a basic program with simple goals and a focus on achieving goals, monitoring performance, and evaluating outcomes.
Trained to be the Best
Workplace safety focuses on the fields of aviation and medicine. Each individual is specifically trained according to his profession. In some cases, cross-training between fields is provided. In every case, each employee is held responsible for safety.
Dedicated In-House Instructors
REVA exceeds industry standards when it comes to training, has dedicated in-house instructors, and has partnered with the world leader in aviation training, Flight Safety International, for aircraft-specific and eLearning training.
Our medical teams follow weekly, quarterly and annual training programs that encompass every aspect of patient care in all age groups. Our training is detailed, demanding and continual.
SENIOR DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS / DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE
Paul had more than 20 years of experience in aviation and aviation-related services before joining REVA in 2016. Paul started his career at the Alabama Aviation and Technical College, where he received his airframe and powerplant license. He also was trained in Lean Six Sigma, a set of techniques and tools for process improvement, through Auburn University.
We have the hands that keep our equipment running smoothly. We have the eyes to anticipate what can go wrong before it goes wrong. We have the legs willing to go the extra mile in ensuring performance. We have the attitude that demands we exceed industry standards. We have the approval of government bodies and watchdog organizations. We have all that it takes operate the best air-ambulance company in the business.
OUR TROPHY CASE
REVA’s team has won numerous safety awards including: