NBAA - National Business Aviation Association
Founded in 1947 and based in Washington, DC, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is the leading organization for companies that rely on general aviation aircraft to help make their businesses more efficient, productive and successful. The association represents more than 11,000 companies and professionals, and provides more than 100 products and services to the business aviation community, including the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), the world’s largest civil aviation trade show.
HAI - Helicopter Association International
For more than 70 years, HAI has provided support and services to its members and to the international helicopter community. Headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, HAI members safely fly more than 5,000 helicopters some 2.3 million hours each year. Governed by a Board of Directors elected from the membership, with daily operations conducted by a dedicated professional staff.
Australian Helicopter Industry Association
To promote the Australian helicopter industry by working with governments, regulatory authorities and the community to ensure it is a safe, efficient and viable industry readily able to adapt to the continuing needs of the our customers by the pursuit of global industry best practice.
Helicopter Association of Canada (HAC)
HAC was created by members of the helicopter industry in 1994 and is the only Canadian Association dedicated to the interests of the Helicopter industry. The membership promotes a political and regulatory environment that will foster a prosperous Canadian Helicopter industry while educating members, civil servants, and the general public about issues important to the industry. Other key objectives of the Association include the promotion of continued enhancement of flight safety, increase utilisation of helicopter transport and to exchange maintenance practices and common issues among members.
Defence Teaming Centre (DTC)
DTC provides services to facilitate market entry and ongoing business with Defence. Services are tailored to meet the needs of companies, of all sizes and across all tiers of the supply chain, engaged in activities in all domains within the sector – Air, Land, Sea, Space and Cyber. The Defence Teaming Centre (DTC) is a nationally-focused member organisation connecting and supporting Australian industry to develop capability and increase overall competitiveness in domestic and global defence markets.
Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ)
Business Ready QAssure is a digital service developed and managed by CCIQ. Business Ready QAssure is an accreditation process which seeks to easily connect contract ready and qualified ICT suppliers with public and private sector organisations seeking their services. The accreditation qualifies ICT suppliers assisting Queensland Government procurement, local council procurement and private sector customers in cutting red tape and inefficiencies.
Australian Association for Unmanned Systems
AAUS focuses on facilitating awareness, integration and collaboration between industry, academia, government and defence. AAUS takes a leadership role in building the infrastructure necessary to allow the unmanned systems technology to take hold as a viable industry. From working directly with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to create the highest possible standards in regulations to directing the creation of privacy reforms in Australia for unmanned systems, AAUS is influential. AAUS serves its membership through every avenue that promotes the adoption and integration of unmanned systems into applications that serve civilian and military needs.
Tour Operators Program of Safety (TOPS)
The TOPS Program of Safety continues the tradition of innovation in the area of continuous improvement of air tour safety by incorporating a requirement for safety management system programs for all member operators. The organization has a robust safety culture that includes sharing of lessons learned for continuous safety improvement and by providing recommended practices that are best-in-class and exceed regulatory requirements. TOPS members put safety as their number one priority with the mission of making helicopter sightseeing tours among the safest type of flying today. Operators who are approved by TOPS have committed to a higher standard of safety, sharing safety knowledge and self-policing those standards.
ISO/IEC 27001 is widely known, providing requirements for an information security management system. Using them enables organisations of any kind to manage the security of assets such as financial information, intellectual property, employee details or information entrusted by third parties.