David Nigri, Textron
Juergen Wiese, BMW
Len Beauchemin, AeroTechna Solutions
Pat Dunn, Orient Wonder International Ltd
Kurt Edwards, IBAC
Carl Evans, FedEx Corporate
Jens Henning, GAMA
Merlin Preuss, CBAA
Dave Stohr, Air Training International
Bill Stine, NBAA
Keith Washington, Nike
Matt Zuccaro, HAI
Jim Cannon, IBAC Director IS-BAO Programme
Sonnie Bates, IS-BAO Operations Manager
Larry Fletcher, IS-BAO Assistant Audit Manager
John Sheehan, IS-BAO Audit Manager
Peter Ingleton, IBAC Director ICAO Liaison
Paul Lessard, IS-BAO Administrator
Standards Boards Decision Record:
•(ISB/14) Las Vegas, NV,October 21, 2013
•(ISB/13) Orlando, FL October 29, 2012
•(ISB/12) Las Vegas, NV October 9, 2011
•(ISB/11) Atlanta, GA October 18, 2010
•(ISB/9) Orlando, FL October 4, 2008
•(ISB/8) Atlanta, GA – September 24, 2007
•(ISB/7) Orlando, FL – October 16, 2006
•(ISB/6) Orlando, FL Nov 8, 2005
•(ISB/5) Las Vegas, NV Oct 11, 2004
•(ISB/4) Geneva, May 27, 2004
•(ISB/3) Orlando, FL, 6 October 2003
•(ISB/2) Orlando, FL, 29 September 2002
•(ISB/1) New Orleans, LA, 10 December 2001
Terms of Reference for IS-BAO Standards Board (updated October 2011):
The IS-BAO Standards Board is the decision making body for all changes to the standards contained in the IS-BAO.
These Terms of Reference provide for the establishment and ongoing management of the IS-BAO Standards Board.
The IBAC Governing Board authorizes establishment of the IS-BAO Standards Board. The Standards Board is delegated responsibility by the IBAC Governing Board for the content of the standards. The IBAC Governing Board retains authority for broad policy for the IS-BAO, including setting the price for the sale of the documents.
IS-BAO Standards Board Members
The IS-BAO Standards Board consists of the IBAC Director General and not less than six (6) nor more than fifteen (15) Members nominated by the member associations and approved by the Standards Board
The Board shall be comprised of at least three Members currently serving in flight operations , and at least one currently involved in aircraft maintenance. Two Members will be nominated from the helicopter industry associations. One Member is to be nominated by GAMA on behalf of the manufacturing industry. One Member is to be nominated from the training organizations.
All members will be appointed for a three-year term ending December 31; however, the membership terms of the appointed Members shall be arranged so that the term of at least two Members expires each year.
Members may be re-appointed at the end of their term. Should new members fail to be appointed, the Board may extend the terms of serving Members.
The IS-BAO Standards Board will elect a Chairperson and a Vice-Chairperson from among its Members, each to serve for a two-year term of office.
Meetings will be held at a minimum of once per year and will normally be of one-day duration. Meeting dates will be established approximately one year in advance of the meetings. On occasion, extraordinary meetings may be required to consider unforeseen issues.
The IS-BAO Program Director and IBAC administrative staff will provide secretariat services for the IS-BAO Standards Board. Board Members will be provided with the Agenda and material for the meeting approximately one week in advance of the meetings.
The IS-BAO Program Director is responsible for assessing all proposals for change to the standards and collating the assessments for consideration by the Board at its annual meeting.
The IS-BAO Standards Board will issue an Annual Report to the IBAC Governing Board. The Standards Board will also report all changes to the IS-BAO standards on the IBAC Website dedicated to the IS-BAO.
All administrative costs associated with the IS-BAO Standards Board will be the responsibility of the IS-BAO Dedicated Account.
Members are expected to pay their travel expenses.