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Human Factors Assessment

Human Factors (HF) study the relationship between humans and the equipment, system or facilities they interact with. Operational safety, efficiency and productivity can all be improved if HF are considered holistically during the requirements definition, design, procurement and transition lifecycle phases of projects. This is essential in an aviation environment where safety-critical systems are in [...]

Air Navigation Service Provision

The environment for the supply of Air Navigation Services (ANS) to airports in the UK has undergone a marked change over recent years. The introduction of competition in Terminal Air Navigation Services has resulted in the achievement of operational cost efficiencies for many airport operators. Fundamental to the selection of this key service provider is [...]

Another Contract Award Win for Cyrrus

Cyrrus is delighted to have been selected for an upcoming project at Doncaster Sheffield Airport. The team will undertake the airspace change for the introduction of satellite-based aRea Navigation (RNAV) Standard Instrument Departures (SIDs) at the Airport with work commencing imminently. The Gamston VOR will be withdrawn by NATS as part of the National VOR [...]

New Quality Coordinator Role

Cyrrus is delighted to announce the appointment of Sally Porter to the role of Quality Coordinator within Cyrrus. Reporting to the Quality Manager, the Quality Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of the Company Quality Management System (QMS). This new role will include updating procedures, maintaining the Approved Supplier Database, staff training, internal audits and assessments, QMS change [...]

Cyrrus Quality Accreditation

Cyrrus is delighted to announce that the company's ISO 9001:2008 accreditation has been renewed for a further year. A detailed inspection of our Quality Management System (QMS) by external assessors found that our QMS fully met the standards required. Cyrrus works in a highly regulated environment, which requires our procedures and processes to be both robust [...]