All Corporate Image aerial work is regulated by the CAA. Complying with these regulations is not only a legal requirement but also enables full insurance and public liability cover giving peace of mind for both customers and the public alike.
To enable proper planning Corporate Image requires:
- a brief of the proposed project
- the location
- the date
Each project is unique and is planned individually with:
- a site survey to determine the feasibility of the operation, obstacles and potential hazards
- a risk assessment calculation based on the product of probability and potential severity using a Risk Assessment Matrix
- landowner permissions where appropriate
- brief and debrief for those involved
Legal flight restrictions include:
- not flying within 50 metres of people, vehicles or buildings (unless they are within the control of the pilot)
- not flying near airports
- not flying at night
Weather (rain and wind speed) are also factors that must be taken into consideration. Corporate Image will always endeavour to be as flexible as possible in choosing a suitable date for the project and this may have to change at short notice if weather conditions dictate.