Aviareto achieves certification to the International standard ISO 22301:2013 Business Continuity Management!
“We are delighted to have achieved this ISO standard with the assistance of Almir Business Limited. It contributes greatly towards strengthening our business strategy as we continue to provide a key service to the aviation finance industry globally,” explains Caroline O’Brien, Compliance Manager.
Aviareto, a joint venture between SITA SC and the Irish Government, has a contract with the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) to establish and operate the International Registry as required by the Cape Town Treaty. The company draws on the joint strengths of SITA and the Irish aviation sector. The International Registry of Mobile Assets defines the priority of interests on airframes, aircraft engines and helicopters. The International Registry permits individuals and organisations to register financial interest in assets using the MSN (manufacturer’s serial number). Its role is to electronically record international interests in aircraft objects, thereby establishing priority of interests.
Business Continuity Management involves managing the continuation or recovery of business activities in the event of a business disruption, and management of the overall programme through training, exercises and reviews, to ensure that business continuity plans stay current and up-to-date.