The South African Civil Aviation Authority is the South African national aviation authority, overseeing civil aviation and governing investigations of aviation accidents and incidents.
Founded in 1918, the IFE assesses knowledge of fire and professional experience, awarding internationally recognised membership grades and fire-related qualifications.
To serve as the global forum of States for international civil aviation. ICAO develops policies and Standards, undertakes compliance audits, performs studies and analyses, provides assistance and builds aviation capacity through many other activities and the cooperation of its Member States and stakeholders.
The Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Working Group (ARFFWG) is a non-profit membership organization established in 1990 to promote the science and improve the methods of aviation fire protection and prevention.
The Aeronautical Rescue Coordination Centre (ARCC) Johannesburg is responsible for coordinating search and rescue operations for missing aircraft and for monitoring incidents involving forced landings and aircraft crashes within the Aeronautical SRR under South African jurisdiction.
SARZA is a group of volunteer 4x4 vehicle owners in South Africa who are trained to provide emergency response services in the regions they are based in. They work closely with various official and civilian organizations, including local and national emergency management services, the South African Air Force, the South African Police Service, and the National Sea Rescue Institute.