There’s No Substitute for Safety

We work closely with our FBOs to manage their safety and fuel quality. Our Risk Management Department has the experience to keep an FBO operation running smoothly. Dedicated Regional Risk Management Specialists (RMS) perform quality control and safety inspections of every EPIC-branded FBO’s operations and equipment. This ensures the highest level of safety and compliance with industry standards. The RMS team is also a great resource in troubleshooting equipment issues to help keep operations running smoothly to meet the fueling needs of customers.

EPIC Fuels experience for Commercial and DLA supply

Plus, EPIC’s road transport carriers are contracted, trained and vetted to EPIC’s standards. All carriers must use grade-dedicated trailers. In case you ever need help in times of disaster, EPIC has a natural disaster response team that monitors weather conditions which could pose a threat to our fuel supply and transportation network. The team is experienced in advance planning, pre-positioning fuel, and working with local, state, and federal agencies to facilitate timely deliveries when conditions safely allow.

Our training program is a hybrid of the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) Safety 1st program for online coursework and EPIC’s hands-on Regional Quality Control Training.

How to get your team “ramp ready” fast

EPIC’s one-day training seminars are offered in locations across the U.S. to provide training to employees at FBOs within the EPIC and UVair FBO Network. These trainings are conducted by our Regional Risk Management Specialists who have extensive General Aviation experience and our NATA Safety 1st Trained Auditors.

Hands-on training content includes:

  • Fuel receipt by common carrier truck
  • Field test procedures for aviation fuels
  • Fuel farm inspection and maintenance
  • Refueler inspection and preventative maintenance
  • Fire extinguisher use

Are you at an EPIC or UVair FBO Network location and want to revitalize your team’s approach to quality? Visit with your Risk Management Specialist or Regional Sales Manager to learn more.

Not a part of our FBO Network? Contact us to learn more about EPIC and the opportunities that await you.

Safety, quality control and training…always a high priority.
EPIC and UVair FBO Network locations have access to the following NATA (Safety 1st) online Training programs (24/7/365) at substantially reduced network prices:

NATA Safety 1st Professional Line Service Training (PLST)

  • Initial training program for new line service staff
  • Recurrent Training Coursework for completion every 2 years
  • Includes PLST and Fire Safety Certificates

NATA Safety 1st Supervisor’s Training

  • EPIC is the first fuel supplier to offer this course as a part of an FBO Training Program
  • At least one Supervisor at every location on a Part 139 airport must complete this training every 2 years

Safety and Health Training for Aviation Facilities (OSHA)


Customer Service, Safety and Security (CSSS)


EPIC and UVair FBO Network locations can sign up with an easy enrollment process. After completing the enrollment and receiving a username and password, FBOs have access to train with 24/7/365 convenience by logging in to the EPIC Safety 1st portal.

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Check out our e-newsletter, we just sent the latest edition . This EPIC Advisor newsletter is full of exciting news about the work that we have been doing with YOUR help, our latest FBO partner updates and industry news. Click Here to download the October 2020, Volume 2 Edition