For the seventh year running, SES received the CAA seal of approval for its service capability in the execution of maintenance, repair and overhaul for Martin-Baker escape systems.

As the UK’s specialist regulator, the CAA work to ensure the highest safety standards in aviation. SES has undertaken new and more efficient procedures as part of our quality management system and the recent audit at our headquarters in Tetbury gives a satisfactory seal of approval for their efforts. 

This annual Civil Aviation Authority BCAR A8-23 Maintenance Organization Approval (MOA) covers our work carried out on ejection seat assemblies and associated equipment.

Working to our continually improve standards, SES are committed to promoting the safety and quality of this official approval for the MRO processes of Martin-Baker and other OEM escape systems.  “These improved measures also give customers greater transparency with the work undertaken at each stage of the service”, says Mick Cameron, Compliance Consultant at SES.

Del Hall, Managing Director of SES is delighted to receive this continued accreditation which has world-wide recognition. “As an independent company we are also ISO accredited and members of SAFE (Europe) the Survival and Flight Equipment Association ensuring technical excellence and high standards of care”.

Our Approval Reference with The Civil Aviation Authority is A1/10067/15