ASSET’s TCU audits clients in the industry—airlines, charter companies and aerodromes— to measure their operations against international regulations and operating standards. But we don’t stop with the audit; we start with it, and work with you to help you discover new ways to fly smarter, safer.
Our approach to aviation auditing is cooperative; with you we fashion sophisticated audit plans, tailored to your capacities and goals. We help you move beyond compliance toward elegance and excellence of operation and service, on the ground and in the air.
To us, the auditor is the crash investigator before the crash occurs. The audit is a critical component of any assurance program. Aviators are used to being checked — whether by government compliance audits, internal quality checks or performance measures, or third party assurance programs—aviation relies on audits and they are commonplace in our industry.
This is how we go about conducting critical safety and quality audits in aviation.
Our Audit process
We follow the International Auditing Standard 19011 when conducting our audits.
ISO defines an audit as a systematic, independent and documented process for obtaining audit evidence and evaluating it objectively to determine the extent to which the audit criteria are fulfilled.
An audit is a type of investigation that is:
- Systematic: An audit is well planned, organised and controlled. It is conducted in a logical and methodical manner.
- Independent: An audit is objective and unbiased—the results are not founded on opinion or hunch, but based on objective analysis and facts. The auditor is independent from the process being audited.
- Documented: It requires information to be put into writing, to be recorded, so that others can read and follow the process and understand what was achieved and what is needed for the future. A documented process can be measured—
A systematic, independent and documented process can be measures–if you can measure something, you can track its performance. This is how our audit process improves systems, improves safety and improves the industry.
What are our auditing principles?
There are six fundamental auditing principles all qualified auditors should know and practice:
We ensure our auditors follow these principles through policy, written procedures, careful selection and recruitment of our audit teams—to get the right people with the right attitude. We use effective competency-based training and continuous professional development, and we carefully check each report.
How do we conduct an effective audit?
We use appropriate audit techniques—there are many available in the auditor’s toolkit: reviewing documents, interviewing people or observing what they do. But these methods alone will not lead to effective audits unless our three key principles guide them:
In which segments do we audit?
What types of audits do we do?
How to book us?
Contact ASSET Aviation to arrange your audit
We will talk you through the process
Agree on a suitable audit date
Our administration team will take care of the rest - quickly and efficiently
What do our clients say?
“Our business requires us to be audited by a number of organisations as well as the Regulator (CASA). ASSET's very professional approach to auditing based on extensive aviation background experience, ensures a probing but accurate audit. Having been a check pilot in a major airline also gives Mat (CEO) the understanding to put relevancy into questions relating to training and checking requirements.”
“ASSET Aviation is my first 'go to' pick for advice on commercial aviation matters. They answer the questions, give multiple options and offer innovative solutions in addition to conventional ones. Their work is focused, results driven and does not contain the usual consultant speak. ASSET is also prepared to challenge my thinking and open up options which I had not contemplated; value for money.”
“ASSET Aviation’s CEO, Mat Petrenko, is an experienced professional with the patience and expertise to work in demanding environments with complex customers.”
Our rate sheet depends on the country where we work, and the scope of the project.
But our approach to business is this: we listen to your needs and carefully determine how to provide a product to you that is useful and needed, and delivered on time and within budget. We won’t try to sell you stuff that you don’t need, but we will speak up if we think you do; we won’t talk about your business with others, and certainly won’t reproduce or publish any of your writing.
We’ll keep your files safe; we’ll respect your customs; we’ll pass savings onto you when we can, and charge a fair fee that is auditable and traceable to a published rate sheet. We believe that if we conduct business this way, we’ll do good in the industry, and also make some money so we can pay our people and our bills and keep a little aside for the future. Please call to discuss our professional fees.