At International Jet every job task, every process we invent and implement, and every decision we make must ultimately be able to answer these "Gatekeeping Questions" in the affirmative: "is it safe, it is legal, and does it enhance the quality of experience for our employees, our vendors and our customers"? If we can't answer "yes" to these questions, the proposed solutions are not good enough, not acceptable; period.
International Jet Aviation regards these "Gatekeeping Questions" and the inimitable IJA safety record as an unmistakable explanation for why we have achieved 37 years of operational excellence, having been bestowed many of the most important safety registrations and having been honored with distinguished awards. But these registrations and awards, while very important to us, are actually just the beginning of an effective safety and quality program.
Given the belief that there are always opportunities to learn from excellence around us, we engage world-class professional and academic institutions and associations on how to be even better, leaner, and safer. To this end, we glean external safety and quality intelligence from many diverse industries (Healthcare, Natural Resources, Manufacturing, Service, and Hospitality) to help us improve upon what we do. There is always something to learn. There is always something that can be improved upon.
An aspect of organizationally realized Safety and Quality excellence is an understanding that good ideas come from just about anywhere, from just about anyone. It's a holistic understanding of how to apply smart business intelligence in ways that are not reactionary or defensive, but proactive and positive. These are qualities that the greatest firms imbue. These are the guiding principles of the International Jet Aviation Safety and Quality Assurance programs. We model after the best, in order to be the best at what we do.