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Vision Safe

VisionSafe - The leader in Visual Smoke Displacement. Clearing Views, Saving Lives.

VisionSafe was founded by Bertil Werjefelt, inventor of numerous aviation safety devices. After his invention of PBE (Portable Breathing Equipment) or the smoke hood which is now found worldwide from the halls of congress to virtually all commercial aircraft, Bertil turned his attention to solving a problem that had plagued aviation for decades - blinding smoke in the cockpit.

Bertil an avid pilot, with a reputation for coming up with ingenious solutions to longstanding problems, had been approached by leading aviation safety experts notifying him of the alarming rate of smoke incidences and drawing his attention to catastrophic accidents. Bert quickly embarked on his plan to solve the problem, and the solution was EVAS.

Decades later VisionSafe Corporation and the EVAS product is the leader in smoke displacement technology. EVAS has certifications for well over 100 aircraft types, and is found on Corporate, Commercial, Government, Cargo and Military aircraft the world over, as do over 70% of fortune 100 companies and even FAA VIP aircraft.

Currently VisionSafe has numerous patents and patents pending to further improve upon the existing technology as well as new advancements that will help to further protect the millions of lives who take to the skies annually.

Events

May

Location

Event

4-8
Montreal
22-24
Geneva

Sept.

Location

Event

7
Morristown, NJ
TBA
Washington, DC

Oct.

Location

Event

2-4
Miami, FL
10-12
Las Vegas, NV

Clients

Trusted by the Best

Join the thousands of Aircraft currently flying with EVAS

Certified for well over 100 Aircraft Types - Boeing, Airbus, Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Embraer and more.

Some of the Operators Flying with EVAS

35-55 Partnership
Abbott Laboratories
Aerodynamics Inc. (ADI)
AIG
Air Color, LLC
Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.
Allstate Insurance Co.
American Financial Group
American General
American Industries
AOL-Time Warner
AON Flight Operations
Aramark Corp.
Aramco Services Co.
Atlantic Aviation
Bank One
BASF
Becton Dickinson & Co.
BellSouth
Berwind Corporation
BMW
Bombardier
Borg-Warner
Bosch
Boulder Aviation
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
CAE Simuflite
Cafaro Company
Carnival Corp.
Carter Wallace
Central Management Services
Cessna
Chamarac
Chevron-Texaco Corp.
Cigna Corp.
Citigroup, Inc.
Citizen's Consumers, LLC
Colleen Corp.
Cox Aviation
Cox Enterprises, Inc.
Daimler Chrysler
Dassault Falcon Jet Corp.

Delmar Jets LLC
Department of Transport (Canada)
Dornair Chamarac
Dow Chemical
Duncan Aviation
East-West Air, Inc.
Executive Fliteways
Executive Jet Aviation
Executive Jet Management
Executive Jet Services
Exxon Mobil Corp.
Fairfax Holdings Inc.
Federal Aviation Administration
FedEx
FL Aviation
FlightSafety International
General Dynamics
General Electric Capital Corp.
General Electric Co.
GTC Management Services, Inc.
Genuine Parts Co.
GTECH Corp.
Gulfstream Aerospace
Harsco Corp.
Hartvig Aviation, LLC
Hawker Pacific Pty. Ltd.
High Tech Aircraft Corp.
Honeywell, Inc.
IBM Corp.
IMS Health
Intellectual Ventures
Interjet
International Paper
ITT Industries
J.D. Melvin, Co.
Jet Aviation
Jet Aviation AG, Basel
Jet Aviation Business Jets, Inc.
JetBlue Airways
Kal-Aero
KB Systems, Inc.
Kellogg Co.

Key Corp.
Kingdom, Eleven: 767
Knight Ridder
Learjet, Inc.
Ledcor Leasing Limited
Leeson Electric Corp.
Lockheed Martin
Loew's Corp.
Lowe's Companies, Inc.
Magic Carpet Aviation
McCormick & Co., Inc.
MCI Worldcom
Melvin Simon Aviation
Mellon Bank, N.A.
Metromedia Co.
MIT Lincoln Labs
Mutual of Omaha
National Beverage Corp.
Nauthiz Pty. Ltd.
Nestle-Purina Petcare Co.
Nextel Communications
Novartis
Office Depot
Owens Illinois
P.P.G. Industries
P&R Trading, Inc.
Paramount
PE Corp.
Penobscot Properties, LLC
Perkin-Elmer Corp.
Peterson Aviation
Pfizer, Inc.
Phillip Morris (Altria)
Planet Hollywood
Polo Wings II
PPG
PrivatAir SA
Qantas
R.O.P. Aviation, Inc.
Raytheon Corp.
Raytheon Travel Air Co.
Richardson Aviation

Royal Australian Air Force
Royal Canadian Air Force
Ronso S.A. de C.V.
Saudi Arabian Oil Co.
Shell Oil Co.
Siegel-Robert
Simon Aviation Skybird Aviation
Smuckers
Snowbird Aviation
Sony Aviation, Inc.
Sprint
Stockwood, Inc.
Teal Aviation
Tech Air Service
Tenet HealthCare Corp.
Tessler Aviation Leasing Corp.
Texas Instuments
The Limited Stores, Inc.
The Lupton Co., LLC
The Richards Group, Inc.
Timco
Time Warner
Tisdale & Nicholson
Trans Canada Pipelines
Trans Meridian
Transport Canada
Tudor Investment Corp.
Tyson Foods, Inc.
Union Carbide Corp.
U.S. Air Force
U.S. Army
U.S. Bancorp
U.S. Coast Guard
U.S. Marine Corps
U.S. Navy
Universal Studios
Walter H. Annenberg
Wham Leasing
Wyeth
Xerox Corp.
XTO Energy
Yona Aviation

Certifications

VisionSafe's NSF compliance

In May of 2016, NSF-ISR assessed the Quality management system of VisionSafe Corporation, manufacturer of the Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS®) and determined that the company’s Quality system is in compliance with ISO 9001:2008, AS9100 Rev C and AS9110 Rev B requirements.

ISO 9001 is a quality management system (QMS) standard that requires an organization to meet its own requirements and those of its customers and regulators. It is based on the plan-do-check-act methodology, which helps organizations establish, implement, monitor and measure their processes to deliver results that align with the organization’s requirements and continually improve performance by taking appropriate action.

AS9100 is the quality management system (QMS) standard specific to the aerospace industry. Efforts of the aerospace industry to establish a single common Quality Management System resulted in AS9100, AS9110, AS9120.

The AS9110 standard is complimentary to AS9100 and is based on the ISO 9001 quality management system. The AS9110 certification elevates the quality management system to the globally recognized standard. AS9110 takes a process-based approach by focusing on and identifying the key processes and achieving on-going improvements within those processes.

The scope of VisionSafe’s registrations include design, manufacture, assembly, service, and repair of the Emergency Vision Assurance System for the commercial, private, and military industries.

ISO 9001 Key Principles

  • Customer Focus
  • Leadership
  • Involvement of people
  • Process approach
  • System approach to management
  • Continual improvement
  • Factual approach to decision making
  • Mutually beneficial supplier relations