Guaranteeing and improving quality
We actively apply the principles of the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle (PDCA) in our activities with the aim of improving the quality of our processes and products.
The goal of our company is to continuously optimise our processes, reduce costs and efficiently utilise the required resources.
Within our quality assurance processes, we apply state-of-the-art methods for product quality planning (Advanced Product Quality Planning – APQP) and the management of processes and checks (Production Part Approval Process – PPAP).
We emphasise the implementation of an efficient risk and opportunities management system.
Protection of the environment
Our business strategy focuses on the provision of products and services whose quality, reliability, performance and low environmental impact meet the requirements of both our customers and regulations.
Our goal is to maintain a production programme with a minimised environmental impact. That is why we implement measures which reduce the environmental impact of our activities.
We are committed to prevent pollution and to meet the relevant requirements of legal regulations as well as other requirements placed on our company.
We support the efficient use of natural resources and emphasise the protection of soil, air and water.
As manufacturers of civil as well as military aviation equipment, we hold all the necessary certificates for design, production and maintenance (DOA, POA, MOA) awarded by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the Civil Aviation Authority (ÚCL) and the Military Aviation Authority of the Ministry of Defence of the Czech Republic.
We are holders of TC and ETSO product certificates for auxiliary power units and turbine engines, within the scope of the certificate awarded by the DOA. PBS also holds military consent with regards to the use of products in military aviation in accordance with the requirements of EMAR 21.
We regularly successfully pass the NADCAP accreditation for special processes relating to the non-destructive testing of products for both civil and military aviation.
These rules place stringent demands on all control processes, which must be secured by state-of-the-art equipment operated with highly qualified staff.