Safety Policy

Safety Policy Statement


  • As the Accountable Manager it is my responsibility to ensure the safety of all our operations and services.
  • Our management of safety is a primary responsibility of all managers and employees.
  • I will ensure that adequate resources are provided to manage safety effectively.
  • We encourage free and frank reporting where, no action will be taken against any employee who discloses a safety concern through the hazard reporting system, unless such disclosures indicate, an illegal act, gross negligence or deliberate or wilful disregard of regulations or procedures.
  • We will provide personnel with necessary skills through training to implement safety strategies and procedures.
  • We are committed to promote and maintain a just and positive safety culture at all levels within FitsAir.
  • We will ensure that the management, crew, support staff, and all other relevant personnel are aware of:
    • The potential consequences of fatigue within FitsAir;
    • The unique challenges and fatigue risks confronting our staff due to the nature of our operations;
    • The importance of reporting fatigue-related hazards; and How best to manage fatigue
  • We shall also strive to achieve:
    • An accident-free environment;
    • Full compliance with national and international regulations that include
    • Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka, CAASL- IS 70, Gazette Notification No.2065/38, State Safety Program – SSP (SLCAP-2600) and is also guided by ICAO Annex 19 and SMM 4th Edition Doc 9859;
    • A continuous improvement of the level of safety performance to achieve desired targets.
    • It is our responsibility to ensure the safety policy is understood, implemented and maintained at all levels.

We have a shared responsibility to achieve our goals.


Asitha Ranaweera
COO / Accountable Manager

February 2022


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