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1 Kang Huei Wang Head (School of Aviation Safety & Security) Singapore Aviation Academy 1 Enhancing safety management: A global approach

2 Enhancing safety management: A global approach Evolution of global safety initiatives ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) Implementing safety management

3 Evolution of global safety initiatives ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) Implementing safety management Enhancing safety management: A global approach

4 Evolution of global safety initiatives Large number of aviation accidents and fatalities 1996 Expected growth in international civil aviation would result in an increasing number of aircraft accidents unless the accident rate is reduced.

5 Number of accidents with 100 or more fatalities ( ) hull-loss accidents 1861 fatalities Source:planecrashinfo.com

6 Evolution of global safety initiatives The ICAO Air Navigation Commission (ANC) developed an ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) 1997 To achieve a significant decrease in the world-wide accident rate.

7 Evolution of global safety initiatives ICAO GASP st edition Technical work programme ICAO GASP nd edition Global Aviation Safety Roadmap (GASR) ICAO GASP Continuou s improvem ent strategy for States over the next 15 year s ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP)

8 Evolution of global safety initiatives ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) Implementing safety management Enhancing safety management: A global approach

9 ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: 2014

10 ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: 2014 Near-Term (by 2017) Implementation of an effective safety oversight system Mid-Term (by 2022) Full implementation of the ICAO State Safety Programme Framework Long-Term (by 2027) Advanced safety oversight system including predictive risk management GASP objectives

11 ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: 2014 Overview of strategy to achieve GASP objectives

12 ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: Improving runway safety 2 Reducing CFIT accidents 3 Global priorities Loss of control in-flight accidents and incidents

13 ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: 2014 GASP framework

14 Global safety performance (average of 60%) Effective implementation of USOAP Critical Elements per UN geographical region

15 Global safety performance Effective implementation of USOAP areas Aerodromes Air Navigation Services Accident Investigation Airworthiness Operations Licensing Organization Legislation 58% 53% 51% 72% 66% 71% 63%) 70%

16 Global safety objectives 2017 All States establish effective safety oversight systems States with effective safety oversight (over 60% EI) to fully implement SSP States/stakeholder s to support RASGs with the sharing of safety information 2022 All Member States fully implement the ICAO SSP Framework RASGs to incorporate regional monitoring and safety management programmes 2027 Member States implement safety capabilities as necessary to support future Air Navigation Systems Overview of strategy to achieve GASP objectives

17 Implementing effective safety oversight ESTABLISH IMPLEMENT CE1: LEGISLATION CE2: REGULATIONS CE3: ORGANISATION CE4: TECHNICAL STAFF & QUALIFIED TRAINING CE5: TECHNICAL GUIDANCE & TOOLS CE6: LICENSING, CERTIFICATION, APPROVAL CE7: CONTINUOUS SURVEILLANCE CE8: RESOLUTION OF SAFETY CONCERNS Critical elements of a State safety oversight system

18 Evolution of global safety initiatives ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) Implementing safety management Enhancing safety management: A global approach

19 Implementing safety management

20 Implementing safety management The GASP calls for those States having mature safety oversight systems to progress toward full implementation of State safety programmes. In the near-term, States that have achieved effective implementation levels over 60% are to fully implement SSP by 2017, with SSP fully implemented in all Member States by 2022.

21 Implementing safety management Safety performance areas StandardizationCollaborationInvestment Safety information exchange Safety management

22 Implementing safety management Safety performance areas Standardization Collaboration Investment Safety information exchange Safety management Consistent implementation of SSP Consistent implementation of SMS Effective reporting of errors and incidents Implementation of risk- based standardization initiatives

23 Implementing safety management Safety performance areas Standardization Collaboration Investment Safety information exchange Safety management Coordination of regional safety management implementation programmes Promotion of a multi-disciplinary risk management approach Measurement of safety performance

24 Implementing safety management Safety performance areas Standardization Collaboration Investment Safety information exchange Safety management Investments in infrastructure and technology Funding for aviation research and development Investments in aviation professionals

25 Implementing safety management Safety performance areas Standardization Collaboration Investment Safety information exchange Safety management Support of safety management implementation Consistent assessment of safety performance Appropriate use of shared information Safety information protection mechanisms

26 26 SSP – SMS relationship Services provider State Protection Production State Safety Programme (SSP) State Safety Programme (SSP) Organizations Safety Management system (SMS) Organizations Safety Management system (SMS) Service delivery Objective: Safety risk management Objective: Safety risk management Objective: Support production goals and customer satisfaction Safety assurance Acceptance Compliance oversight Acceptance Compliance oversight Performance-based oversight Performance-based oversight

27 27 SSP – SMS relationship SSPSSP State Service providers Service providers SMSSMS ALoSPALoSPSafetyperformanceSafetyperformance The Bridge

28 28 Thank You


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