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Compliance systems verified as ABS Jets passes IS-BAO second stage
Prague-based ABS Jets has successfully completed a Stage 2 IS-BAO audit. The audit was carried out at the end of June and resulted in no major findings.
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Prague-based ABS Jets has successfully completed a Stage 2 IS-BAO audit. The audit was carried out at the end of June and resulted in no major findings. The company achieved Stage 1 in August 2013 and the latest milestone signals a conformance to SMS principles and compliance to international standards. Stage 2 ensures that ABS Jets delivers continuously sustainable SMS and compliance processes, and that it is managing safety risks effectively.

Ceo Vladimir Petak comments: “This is a great achievement for ABS Jets and further underlines our commitment to the very highest quality and safety standards. I would like to congratulate our quality manager Martin Orlita and the team for their excellent work.”

Adds Orlita: “After two years of preparation I am delighted that ABS Jets has Stage 2. We have worked diligently to meet and exceed the required standards, and it is a great endorsement for everyone at the company.”

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