SANDER GEOPHYSICS LIMITED
RECEIVES ROLAND GROOME AWARD
PRESS RELEASE: FEBRUARY 1999
Sander Geophysics Limited (SGL) is the recipient of the Roland Groome Award for 1998.
Terry Long, Director of Maintenance, was presented with the award in Toronto. One
Roland Groome Award is granted each year by Transport Canada to an organization
engaged in aircraft maintenance that has demonstrated that its day to day operations are
of an exceptionally high standard.
Sander Geophysics specializes in high resolution airborne surveys for environmental
monitoring, and petroleum and mineral exploration. For over 40 years the company has
flown airborne magnetic, and radiometric surveys worldwide using fixed-wing aircraft and
helicopters. SGL currently owns, operates and maintains a fleet of seven specialized
survey aircraft. SGL's combined headquarters/hangar is located at the Ottawa
Sander Geophysics is a founding member of the International Airborne Geophysics Safety
Association (IAGSA) which promotes the safe operation of helicopters and fixed-wing
aircraft on airborne geophysical surveys. SGL has been an active participant in
IAGSAs development of safety policies and procedures for the airborne geophysical
survey industry. SGL is proud of its perfect safety record, and attributes its safe
operations to the quality and experience of its field personnel, flight operations crew
and management staff. Sander Geophysics is pleased to have its stringent aircraft
maintenance procedures and dedicated staff recognized by this award.