Learn more about WILDLIFE HAZARD MANAGEMENT

Today, all airports must comply with ICAO regulations making bird-strike reporting mandatory. Many airports are still struggling with the challenge of wildlife hazard management, resorting to expensive, inappropriate and often ineffective techniques.

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We are recognised as one of the world's leading airport wildlife hazard management specialist. We offer affordable, professional solutions to reduce  wildlife strikes.

At airports worldwide, our work begins with a detailed ICAO 13km survey. Once we have assessed the wildlife risk and any other additional wildlife management problems at your airport, we will offer the best solutions.

We can supply contracted staff. These are expertly trained wildlife management operatives who will implement the most appropriate wildlife management methods and are skilled in the very latest techniques. Alternatively, we can train your RFFS /Ops personnel.

SafeSkys' experts can visit your airport to provide training. If preferred, your staff can attend our Wildlife Control Training College. As a source of specialist staff or as a training provider, we work with airports, both civil and military, across the UK and Europe.


The purpose of wildlife management is to reduce the risk to life as much as possible.
Most companies focus on human life, I’m proud to be part of a team that focuses on protecting all life.” 
— Marcus Lloyd-Parker. Senior Wildlife Consultant

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25 YEARS OF PROVIDING SERVICES TO THE RAF

 

SafeSkys is the main providers of  Wildlife Hazard Management Services to the Royal Air Force (RAF) having supplied services at every RAF airfield in the UK. We have supplied wildlife hazard management services to over 80 airports worldwide. 


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