Canadian Aviation Safety Consultants

Canadian Aviation Safety Consultants



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The Cavsco Team

Edward
McKeogh
Ron
Coleman
Roger
Maltais
Pierre
Beauchamp
John
Guimond

 

Edward McKeogh
  • Began flying training with RCAF in 1954
  • Completed jet training in 1955
  • Flying Instructor RCAF 1960
  • Flew with famed "Golden Hawks" aerobatic team
    1962-3
  • Recent inductee to Canadian Aviation Hall of Fame
  • McGill University 1964-8 overseeing RCAF university programs
  • Flight safety and management courses
  • Flight Safety Officer 1969-73
  • 1975 - 1980 Supervised design and then directed École Nationale d'Enseignement de l'Aeronautique et de la Méterologie (ENEAM) in Madagascar, a CIDA sponsored 5 part civil aviation program. The present Director of Flight Operations, the Chief Pilot and the majority of Air Madagascar pilots are graduates of ENEAM.
  • 1980 - Vice-President, Merrill Lynch & CIBC Wood Gundy
  • Reservist, CO of 438 City of Montreal Tactical Helicopter Squadron

 

Ron Coleman
  • Two pilot instructional tours, one an exchange with USAF
  • FAA and German Liaison Officer for operations in Texas and Goose Bay respectively
  • Operational Squadron commander and later Deputy Commander of Air Reserves at NDHQ
  • Six thousand+ hours on trainers, maritime reconnaissance and business turboprops and turbojets.
  • Instrument check pilot qualification, standards pilot and test pilot on several types
  • Investigator and manager at Transportation Safety Board for 10 years
  • Safety studies (Continued VFR into Adverse Weather), safety analysis and accident investigator with considerable international experience.
  • Investigator-in-charge in Nationair, Moosonee, and several other high profile accident investigations.
  • Canadian Forces Unit, Base, and Group Flight Safety Officer.
  • Member of Operational, ATC, Equipment, and Data Acquisition and Analysis of the Flight Safety Foundation Approach and Landing Accident Reduction (ALAR) project
  • Partner in ASSC and Financial Advisor to AFAC
  • Author of several books.

 

Roger Maltais
  • Federal public service as an accident investigator and Regional Manager, Quebec region, for the Canadian Aviation Safety Board
  • Accident investigations in Canada and abroad, mainly as an investigator-in-charge
  • Transport Canada as the Manager, Systems Safety of the Quebec region
  • Lecturer for the Aviation Training and Development Institute, for the Transportation Safety Board of Canada and Transport Canada on aviation and management related topics
  • Canadian Nominee on the Air Navigation Commission of the International Civil Aviation Organization
  • Aviation Consultant for the firm of APS Aviation Inc. in Montreal
  • Head of the Civil Aviation Regulatory Office for the United Nations Mission In Kosovo (UNMIK)

 

Maitre Pierre Beauchamp
  • called to the Barreau du Quebec in 1972
  • 1972 - Air Canada 33 years with that company flying aircraft ranging from the Viscount, to the Douglas DC9, DC-8, Boeing 727 and 767’s to Airbus 319’s 320’s 330’s and 340’s
  • He is now practicing law full time
  • Judge on the Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada

 

John Guimond
  • Airline check pilot (Air Canada Course)
  • Production test pilot: CRJ 200, CRJ 700, CL64
  • Canadian Air Force squadron commander
  • President, Astra Aviation Services Inc.
  • Flight instructor, Ansett Airlines, Australia
  • Senior Regional Jet instructor, Canadair
  • Author of the Bombardier Regional Jet crew training manual
  • Extensive worldwide airline and corporate flying experience.
  • International airline startup operations
  • Aviation Consultant for ADACEL Inc. - virtual ATC and voice-activated cockpit specialists.