Personal Safety Statement


Director / Operator Eye in the Sky Glasgow

Personal Safety Statement

Eye in the Sky (Glasgow) Ltd. is committed to maintaining the highest levels of safety to both personnel and property whilst conducting operations within the UK.  We aim to minimize risks by implementing high standards of compliance to relevant Health and Safety laws and the Air Navigation Order 2016/765, as well conducting thorough site surveys and risk assessments of potential flight locations.  Equipment will be maintained to a high standard through regular maintenance as well inspection prior to operations.   Aircraft will have insurance compliant with EC regulation EC785/2004.

Associated crewmembers will be thoroughly briefed before flight to ensure a common level of adherence to safety measures and understanding of the mission objectives, as well as having knowledge of the unmanned aircraft operated Emergency Procedures.

The main objective of any flight will be to operate without causing injury or damage to persons, property or other airspace users, whist working within the requirements and limitations of the Permission/ Exemption for an Operational Authorisation issued by the Civil Aviation Authority and this Operations Manual. Should an incident occur during an operation, the reporting procedures listed in this manual will be adhered to in compliance with CAA polices.

Under no circumstances shall any pilot operate company UAS outside of the procedures contained within this manual or the Operational Authorisation as awarded by the CAA. No commercial drone operation will be undertaken without valid insurance.

All operations will be carried out in accordance  with, and abide by the requirements of, Air Navigation Order 2016/765, as amended and Regulation (EU) 2019/947 as  retained (and amended in UK domestic law) under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 – (The UAS Implementing Regulation, or  ‘UAS IR’).

  • UK Reg (EU) No. 2019/947 referrers to the UAS Implementing Regulation.
  • UK Reg (EU) 2019/945 as the UAS Delegated Regulation.

Our commitment to safety is proven by using the following procedures:

 

  • Qualified personnel
  • Ongoing specific training as required
  • Ongoing currency requirements
  • Maintenance
  • Risk management

Signed

 

Company Operating Equipment

Eye in the Sky Glasgow for all our projects are operating the latest customised DJI Drones including the Phantom 4 Pro Plus V2 and the Phantom Obsidian 4 Pro Plus both having DJI Controllers with 5.5″ Monitors. We also operate the Mavic 2 Pro Zoom the Mavic 2 Enterprise Dual the Mavic 2 Hasselblad and the new Mavic Mini 2 Drone (fitted with prop gaurds for indoors) all operating with dedicated DJI Controllers and Monitors that include either a Chrystalsky, Smart Controllers or an IPad with all selected as best suited for all projects we undertake.
This selection of Drones are the most popular professional drones for our business size, packed with high-end safety features and functionality, design attributes, electronic components, with built in safety features such as the return to home, direction obstacle avoidance systems making them the safest drones in the air today. These sensors actively scan the environment around the drone and allow it to autonomously avoid obstacles and anything else you might encounter during flight. All our drones have the capability to capture 4K video up to 50 frames per second, and still HD photography at up to 20 megapixels. 

  Company Documents

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Company Reference

Registered Company Number for Eye in the Sky (Glasgow) Ltd Trading as Eye in the Sky Glasgow 565337
CAA Fully Approved Operations Manual – Up-Dated 30 May 2022 Version 11.2 NQE No. 2142 – Operational Authorisation UAS-4272
Public Liabilities Insurance Policy Worldwide – Moonrock Drone Insurance (2022 – 2023) Policy Number 8082223
CAA Operational Authorisation Specific Category UKPDRA01 (Previously PfCO) – Certificate #6 Issed 17 June 2022 Operational Authorisation – UAS-4272  
NATS Course Certificate NQE 1010/1367 – NATS (RPAS 2142) 3 Days with Theory and Practical Exams 10 – 12 May 2017
CAA Approved with NATS Personal Recommendation 1010/1367 – UAV4272 (RPAS/PfCO) 17 May 2017
Eye in the Sky Glasgow – Method Statement  MS1 Rev 002
Eye in the Sky Glasgow – Project Procedure  PP1 Rev 002
Site Survey Risk Assessment  SSRA Rev 001
Pre-Project Survey  PPS Rev 001
Risk Assessment  RCF Rev 001
Primary Area of work – Glasgow Airport EGPF / ATC Direct Contact Number 0141 840 8029
Police Scotland Aviation Safety/Security 07717 720591