Affiliations & Links
ASMA: Aero Space Medical Association
Harvey Watt & Co. was the first corporate member of the Aerospace Medical Association (ASMA). The company’s founder, Captain Harvey Watt, was awarded a Honorary Fellowship in ASMA for his contributions in the field of aviation medicine. Today, two awards are given to outstanding members of the Aerospace medical community each year by Harvey Watt & Co at the annual ASMA meetings.
Better Business Bureau: Accredited Business
CAMA: Civil Aviation Medical Association
As a corporate member of the Civil Aviation Medical Association, Harvey Watt & Co. and gives the Audie and Bernice Davis, MD Award annually to an Aero-Medical Examiner who has made extraordinary contributions in the field of pilot health.
AMDA: Airline Medical Directors Association
Harvey Watt & Co. strives to stay as close and active a member of the Aero-Medical community as possible as a member and active sponsor of the Airline Medical Directors Association.
International Academy of Aviation and Space Medicine
Harvey Watt worked with aviation health experts around the world as a member of the International Congress of Aerospace Medicine. We stand by our commitment to helping pilots across the globe.
The HIPAA Group
Our active relationship with The HIPAA Group ensures regular privacy training of our personnel to stay abreast of all governing rules and regulations. All members of the Claims and Aeromedical Departments are HIPAA, ERISA, and Unfair Claims Settlement Practices Act trained on a routine basis. Policy holders, claimants, and Aeromedical clientele can rest assured that their personal information is secure and the utmost confidentiality is maintained.
FAA: Federal Aviation Association
No profession is more aware of the importance of closely following rules and regulations than today’s airman. From the company’s inception, Harvey Watt & Co. has maintained close relationships with the FAA and works to stay abreast of any aeromedical policy changes that may affect pilots. We know who to call and how to help pilots in the fastest, most effective means possible.
The Federal Air Surgeon's Medical Bulletin
The Air Surgeon’s Bulletin serves as the FAA’s vehicle for many of their large announcements and a great resource for keeping up to date on Aeromedical policy and procedures.
The FAA Medical Certification page
The CDC website dedicated to air and sea travel
Keeping a finger on the pulse of everything that may effect the health of a pilot, this website is a great resource for up to the minute information on policy and procedures when large health concerns such as flu outbreaks occur.
The HIMS Program
HIMS is specific to commercial pilots and coordinates the identification, treatment and return to the cockpit of impaired aviators. It is an industry-wide effort in which companies, pilot unions, and FAA work together to preserve careers and further air safety.
Council for Disability Awareness
An independant organization tasked with researching and publishing the dangers and risks disability poses to earners and families. FAA Pilot Medical Licensing requirements require stringent health requirements to return to the cockpit. The likelihood of being disabled for a pilot can easily more than double the calculated below risk of disability a non-pilot faces.
Disability & Needs Calculator