Baines Simmons, the aviation safety consultants have been awarded a contract to deliver their consultancy and training expertise to the European Defence Agency, the EDA. The contract that has been awarded to Baines Simmons will last for four years and the services the consultancy company will deliver is expected to offer support for the continued development and deployment of the full suite of European Military Airworthiness Requirements, or EMARs.
This EMAR development and support with implementation offered by Baines Simmons will be delivered to the EDA and the 27 Member States of the agency. The programme of support and training will look into the constant evolutions of the European Aviation Safety Agency and their baseline requirements. There will also be coverage of the Safety Management System implementation and Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems.
Baines Simmons has been working to support the development and implementation of Defence Airworthiness Requirements since 2002 and is also Air Partner’s aviation safety consultancy company. The business has worked with MMAs, Defence Forces and other Partner organisations located in the UK, Europe and Australia. The established relationship between Baines Simmons and the EDA means that the company has been able to influence the development of the EMARs. The improvement of the Airworthiness Requirements through the EMARs will improve the airworthiness of military aircraft that is in operation in the EDA’s member states for the foreseeable future.
Over the course of the last 15 years, Baines Simmons has worked to develop an incredibly strong reputation for delivering support in regards to safety performance. The company has managed to develop a vast amount of skills and expertise of more than 120,000 aviation professionals at all levels. The company has become a vital advisor for more than 450 of the leading aviation organisations around the world. No doubt Baines Simmons will deliver their first-class support and training during this contract with the EDA.