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Jota Aviation appoints Jeff Fieldhouse as Safety and Compliance Manager

Posted 8 August 2018 · Add Comment

Southend Airport based Jota Aviation today announced the appointment of Jeff Fieldhouse as their new Safety and Compliance Manager.

Courtesy Jota Aviation

Jeff (above) joins the team from Aviation Safety Training & Consultancy practice Baines Simmons (part of Air Partner Plc) where over the past eight years, has engaged with a large number of clients in both business and commercial aviation.  Jeff is a recognised highly-proven specialist in Regulatory Affairs, Quality Management, Compliance Monitoring and Safety Management Systems (SMS). Jeff also has a deep understanding of the engineering regulatory requirements (Part 145, M, 147 and 66) specifically EASA, FAA and ICAO.

Jeff, who will be appointed as the nominated person for Safety and Compliance said: “I am really looking forward to this exciting new challenge at Jota Aviation and I was delighted to accept the position. Having worked closely with the Performance Based Regulations (PBR) for a number of years, the opportunity to evolve and practically apply the management system approach within Jota Aviation fit hand in hand with their current growth strategy and will provide clearer demonstration of safety to give increased client, regulator and management confidence”

Jota Aviation CEO, Andy Green commented: “Jeff brings a wealth of experience with him and we are thrilled to have him join the team. Through his thorough knowledge, and his training and consulting background within the Safety and Compliance Management area, Jeff will undoubtedly deliver an ever improving management system and safety culture across the whole company, and we look forward to the tangible benefits this will bring to us operationally as a result.”


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