Southpac Aerospace joins International Airborne Geophysics Safety Association
16 MARCH, 2022 | SOUTHPAC AEROSPACE
Southpac is the latest member to join IAGSA – contributing to the advancement of safety in airborne geophysical programs.
Southpac Aerospace has joined the International Airborne Geophysics Safety Association (IAGSA) – the global association tasked with promoting the safe operation of helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft on airborne geophysical surveys.
CEO Andy Shone said as members of IAGSA, Southpac will be contributing to the promotion and advancement of safety in the industry, as well as providing further support to clients and their airborne geophysical programs.
“Southpac are uniquely positioned in the Asia Pacific region as we expand our audit, assurance and consulting services across all areas of aviation, including specialised areas such as geophysical surveys.
“Our team has a wide range of experience in this area and we are looking forward to delivering a high level of service and quality to clients, as well as contributing to the advancement of safety in this field through our affiliation with IAGSA.”
Southpac will offer auditing, consulting and assessment services to clients requiring airborne geophysical surveys, including mining, petroleum and exploration companies.