PROGRAMME SUPPORT AFFILIATES

The Programme Support Affiliate (PSA) was designed to identify vendors who actively support business aviation operators and ground handlers with implementing, seeking registration to, or maintaining registration to the IBAC International Standards (IS-BAO and IS-BAH).

IBAC has redesigned this affiliate programme (formerly I3SA) to recognize exceptional businesses that actively assist organizations with improved and more effective safety standards in the context of an IBAC International Standards programmes.  IS-BAO and IS-BAH PSA vendors are required to demonstrate their ability to positively support the programme during initial application and any renewal of affiliation.

The goal of the PSA programme is for IBAC to provide a validated list of third-party vendors that will support organizations seeking to implement the IBAC Standards Programmes through to registration.

The current list of IS-BAH qualified PSA have satisfied the requirements, including training in IS-BAH Standards and Recommended Practices and Audit Procedures and, therefore, are approved to display IS-BAH Affiliate seal on their company materials.  For more information contact info@ibac.org   


Do I Need A PSA?

In today’s busy world with challenging workforce issues, you may need help getting through the six-step process to IS-BAH registration. Or maybe you are ready to move up to Stage 2 or 3 but need additional consultative support to help you accomplish your goal. 

The IS-BAH Programme Support Affiliate can help you get there!  These qualified businesses have been vetted by IBAC and the IS-BAH Standards Board so you can be assured of quality support from knowledgeable professionals. Access the current PSA list HERE


How To Become A PSA

Is bah newaffiliateseal webDo you or your business have expertise and a deep understanding of planning and implementing the IS-BAH Standard and interested in becoming an IBAC recognized Programme Support Affiliate?

As part of the non-profit IBAC association, IS-BAH continues to grow its community of registered operators around the world. Many flight operations today have limited resources, and some have never gone through the steps it takes to become IS-BAH Stage 1. They need assistance from other professionals that understand what it takes to be IS-BAH and have a passion for helping others develop their safety culture.

There are two PSA categories, Subject Matter Experts and IS-BAH Audit and Registration Support that have different training requirements and privileges for each group. To learn more, download the PSA table of descriptions.  

Organizations interested in becoming a PSA should request the policy details by emailing info@ibac.org and will be asked to complete application with any supporting information, and include a point of contact and then submit a registration fee.