Skyport Safety Policy

Safety is a core value of Skyport.  Consequently the management of safety is a primary responsibility of all Skyport managers and staff.  Skyport is committed to developing, implementing, maintaining and constantly improving strategies and processes to ensure that all activities taking place on airport property or conducted by Skyport staff take place under an appropriate allocation of organizational resources, aimed at achieving the highest practicable levels of safety performance and meeting and, wherever possible, exceeding, regulatory requirements, whilst delivering our services.

All levels of management and all employees are accountable for the delivery of this highest level of safety performance, starting with the Skyport President.  Similarly, all employees are responsible for promoting safety as one of their core responsibilities and for ensuring that all safety partners understand and participate in the enhancement of safety at the airport.

Skyport senior management is committed to supporting the management of safety through the provision of all appropriate resources that will result in an organizational culture that fosters safe practices, encourages effective safety reporting and communication, and actively manages safety including the development of realistic safety performance indicators and the continuous monitoring and measurement of safety results.

Our commitment is to establish and operate hazard identification and risk management processes, including a hazard reporting system, in order to eliminate or mitigate the safety risks of the consequences of hazards resulting from the operations at the airport and to achieve continuous improvement in our safety performance.

Skyport managers and safety partner managers are also responsible for ensuring that all employees have the training, equipment and resources to recognize and control hazards and to perform their individual work safely thus sharing this responsibility.  Each employee is expected to act safely.

It is the responsibility of every employee to follow accepted policies and procedures. All employees are also required to report any information that he or she believes may affect safety. To promote a timely, uninhibited flow of information, this communication is encouraged and forms part of a “just culture”.  No action will be taken against any employee who discloses a safety concern through the hazard reporting system, unless such disclosure indicates, beyond any reasonable doubt, gross negligence or a deliberate or wilful disregard of regulations or procedures.  It is through the personal commitment of all our employees and safety partners that Skyport will provide our customers with the highest level of safety possible.

Aaron Adderley


Bermuda Skyport Corporation Ltd.