About Us

Our Mission Statement

Tasmanian Helicopters is committed to raising the standard of commercial helicopter operations throughout Tasmania. We aim to continually be at the forefront of the aviation industry. To achieve this we embrace new technologies and utilise the latest equipment for optimum safety and viability.

Our clients are our focus and we therefore work collaboratively and innovatively together to meet their objectives in a timely manner. We embody a strong work ethic and commitment to delivering quality results in a safe and efficient manner, which exceed client expectations. We adhere to stringent industry safety, quality and environmental standards.

Our diversity sees us leverage into new markets creating simpler solutions and effective outcomes for a broad range of industries. We are committed to ensuring our staff are trained to the highest standards by providing ongoing training to facilitate our team culture and to embrace safe work practices in a safe and proactive environment.

Quality Assurance Management System

The Quality Assurance Management System of Tasmanian Helicopters is based on the concepts of the continuous improvement process and conforms totally to the requirement as defined in AS/NZS ISO 9001.

We recognise the importance of monitoring and reviewing our Quality Management Systems and through continual monitoring and planned reviews we have the opportunity to identify improvements to our service and maintain compliance with legal and ethical standards. This will effectively provide our customers with the confidence that the provision of the service will be delivered consistently to predetermined high standards.

Quality Policy

At Tasmanian Helicopters Pty Ltd our primary objective is to exceed our customers' expectations by viewing our customers' needs as our priority. We are committed to exceeding the needs and expectations of our customers', while conforming to statutory and regulatory requirements, through application of our Quality Management System.

Tasmanian Helicopters QMS Policy

Memberships / Accreditations

  • New AAAA Logo

Tasmanian Helicopters are a member of the Aerial Application Association of Australia

Click here to visit the AAAA website

Environmental Management Policy

Tasmanian Helicopters' objective is to protect the environment by conducting its operations in a sustainable manner, in accordance with the principles of its policies and procedures, Environmental Management System, operating licenses and environmental legislation and regulations.

Tasmanian Helicopters endeavours to reduce our operational footprint in the areas we operate in and create a sustainable future in the aviation industry by maintaining this policy and committing ourselves to the prevention of environmental pollution.

Tasmanian Helicopters will:

  • Commit appropriate resources and personnel;
  • Ensure that our flight and ground operations are undertaken with due consideration for our important natural assets and that they are managed in an environmentally safe and sustainable manner;
  • Make all reasonable efforts to minimise the environmental impacts associated with our activities by endeavouring to operate in accordance with best practice protocols that will enable us to meet our environmental obligations;
  • Comply with relevant legislation, industry standards and internal commitments and other requirements that relate to our environmental aspects;
  • Commit to continual improvement in environmental performance;
  • Seek to identify efficiency measures and sustainable practices in the planning stage for all company operations.

This policy is the driver for implementing and improving Tasmanian Helicopters Environmental Management System so that it can maintain and improve its environmental performance. It forms the basis upon which objectives and targets are set and reflects the commitment to comply with applicable legal requirements.

This policy can be found on the Tasmanian Helicopters Intranet and is communicated to all persons working for or on our behalf during induction or contract proceedings.

Refer to the framed / signed copy held at Head Office in Latrobe, Tasmania