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CSI says sky is the limit as it is inducted to ACSF
As a benefit of its ACSF membership, CSI Aviation has opted to participate in the ACSF's third-party managed Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP). That programme will enable CSI's aviation staff to report safety info.

CSI Aviation, a New Mexico-based global aviation company, is the newest member to join the Air Charter Safety Foundation, a non-profit aviation safety organisation with 280 member companies including charter operators and corporate flight departments.

“Becoming an ACSF member is a great way for CSI Aviation to continue to promote a strong safety culture throughout our operations,” notes Vince Van Ness, senior VP of flight operations for CSI Aviation. “Plus, having access the ACSF's online suite of tools as well as its Industry Audit Standard will certainly enhance safety assurance across our workforce.”

As a benefit of its ACSF membership, CSI Aviation has opted to participate in the ACSF's third-party managed Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP). That programme will enable CSI's aviation staff to voluntarily report safety information that may be critical to identifying potential precursors to accidents.

Van Ness is enthusiastic about his organisation's access to the ASAP: “The ACSF provides an effective way to promote maximum participation in the Aviation Safety Action Program. I'm particularly excited about the ACSF's e-learning platform, accessibility of forms and reports as well as its quarterly ASAP newsletter.”

The ACSF's president, Bryan Burns, says that he is extremely pleased with CSI Aviation's decision to join the foundation's ranks, as well as it having signed up to participate in the ASAP. “Our rapidly increasing membership is an indication how valuable our members are finding the ACSF and its portfolio of safety-related tools,” he notes. “And the ASAP is among our most important offerings.”

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