Our mission at Alpha Aviation is to keep our staff and students & clients safe. That is ingrained in everything we do and how we make decisions. We have put together the following processes, safety protocols, cleaning procedures and reporting requirements utilizing resources from OSHA, CDC, The State of New York, aviation associations and automotive manufacturing.
These policies may change over time and as we learn new and important information, we will change and adapt. The main thing to remember as things are ever changing and the safety of you and those around you relies on each of us to be smart and diligent. Safety of flight must not be compromised by any process or procedure. It is your responsibility to consult with these policies and the sources referenced at the end of this guide from time to time and stay apprised of any changes to the policy as health care.
As we begin to phase our business back into normal operations, it is important to know the steps that we have taken to ensure the safety of those within our organization. All common touch points and hard surfaces are cleaned before and after each lesson. Temperatures will be taken. Proof of cleaning will be displayed.
We will all be working towards keeping a clean and disinfected environment at each of our locations. We all need to work together to keep it that way.
Alpha Aviation is committed to keeping our staff and contractors, students, and clients safe. All our staff, contractors, students, and clients must remain vigilant. Below are requirements and protocols that will help keep our community healthy.
This means you will be washing your hands many times every day.
Additional key times to wash hands include:
Please bring with you:
We will be providing temperature checks to all Alpha Aviation Staff/Students prior to each lesson. Training will be documented in our Flight Circle System.
To use thermometer:
Overview of disinfectants
Items we will be using for disinfecting our aircraft
Complete Disinfection Guidance via the CDC website
Please assess your own health status prior to entering the workplace and do NOT report when sick or experiencing symptoms.
Anyone, staff, contractor, student and clients must immediately report COVID-19 symptoms to management via email and take the proper steps self-quarantine. No one with a fever is permitted on-site at any time for any reason. Anyone may be tested for fever without cause at any time.
Anyone exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms must report via email to management immediately. In this report students/staff should include the following details:
Everyone is required to test for the COVID-19 antibodies ASAP. Preferably before flying. This will be used for safety records. A medical professional will determine if your symptoms are indicative of COVID-19 and if further testing is required. Please visit your nearest testing facility. Please submit results to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The United States Center for Disease Control (CDC) will be putting out regular updates to policy and guidance for the nation. These can be found at:
Information regarding Covid-19 in New York/New Jersey is available at the websites below:
Alpha Aviation Management will discuss the COVID-19 situation daily to determine next steps and keep students, staff, and customers appraised of any changes to policy or operations.