Presentation on theme: "Aviation Safety Management at global, European and Member State level (ICAO, EASP, EASp, SSP, SMS and ESSI) Juan Anton Continuing Airworthiness Manager."— Presentation transcript:
1 Aviation Safety Management at global, European and Member State level (ICAO, EASP, EASp, SSP, SMS and ESSI) Juan Anton Continuing Airworthiness Manager Rulemaking Directorate EASAFBA introduction : insist on Standardisation rather than on inspectionsA more proactive roleTo reach a common understanding on the means of complianceAchieve a even playing fieldCooperate between states
3 Safety Management at ICAO level Safety Management requirements:Before: Used to be contained in Annexes 1, 6, 8, 11, 13 and 14.Currently:Annex 19 (applicable since 14th November 2013) includes:SSP (State Safety Programme) framework.The 8 critical elements of a safety oversight system.The duplicated requirements contained in Annexes 1, 6, 8, 11, 13 and 14.The Annexes 1, 6, 8, 11, 13 and 14 contain only the SMS (Safety Management System) requirements for each field of activity.THESE REQUIREMENTS CALL FOR:- States to develop and maintain an SSP- Organisations to develop and maintain an SMS
4 Safety Management at ICAO level Policy:The Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP):Endorsed in October 2013.Sets targeted safety objectives over the next 15 years.By 2017: Implementation of an effective safety oversight system.By 2022: Full implementation of ICAO SSP framework.By 2027: Advanced oversight system including predictive risk management.
5 Safety Management at ICAO level Standardisation:SARP’s (Standards And Recommended Practices):Created to assist the States in managing aviation safety risks.Guidance Material:Safety Management Manual (SMM)TrainingCommunication & Promotion
6 Safety Management at ICAO level Analysis:IStars (Integrated Safety Trend Analysis and Reporting System):Web based system linking several safety datasets.Used by ICAO State’s oversight authorities.Mostly classified information.
7 Safety Management at ICAO level Implementation & Reporting:USOAP (Universal Safety Oversight Safety Programme):RASG (Regional Aviation Safety Groups):Several regional offices over the world to support implementation of ICAO Annex 19, SSP’s ad SMS.Runway SafetySafety Report
9 Safety Management at global level SM ICG (Safety Management International Collaboration Group):Created by FAA, EASA and TCCA.Joint cooperation between many regulatory authorities, with ICAO as an observer.Purpose:Promoting a common understanding of Safety Management principles and requirements.Facilitating their implementation across the international aviation community.
11 Safety Management at European level Transfering ICAO requirements into European requirements:The first step was the adoption of Authority Requirements (AR) and Organisation Requirements (OR) for:Flight crew and cabin crew (Regulation (EU)290/2012)Air operations (Regulation (EU)965/2012)This will be progressively extended to other domains:Task MDM.055 (Part-M, Part-145, Part-66 and Part-147)Task MDM.060 (Part-21)
12 Safety Management at European level Development of SSP’s by Member States and the EASP (European Aviation Safety Programme):In the EU system there is a sharing of roles between the EU and the Member States. As a consequence:EASA and Member States must work together to fully implement the SSP’s.It is more efficient to create an EU equivalent (the EASP) to the SSP’s.The EASP supports the EU Member States and associated States in developing their SSP’s.
13 Safety Management at European level The European approach for aviation safety:This approach has 3 elements:European Aviation Safety Strategy: policies and objectives from political authorities (issued by European Commission).Objectives and how to achieve them.Obstacles and solutions.European Aviation Safety Programme (EASP): integrated set of regulations and activities aimed at improving safety (issued by European Commission).Safety policies and objectives.Safety risk management.Safety assurance.Safety promotion.European Aviation Safety plan (EASp): Assessment of high-level safety issues and related plan (issued by EASA).
14 Safety Management at European level Coordination with Industry:European Strategic Safety Initiative (ESSI): Created in April 2006 as the successor of the Joint Aviation Safety Initiative (JSSI) of the JAA.It is an aviation partnership in Europe.Facilitated by EASA.Powered by Industry.Objectives:Enhance safety in Europe and for the European citizen worldwide.Implementation of cost-effective action plans.EASA Rulemaking, Certification and Standardisation actively contribute to ESSI.
15 Safety Management at European level Coordination with Industry (continuation):European Strategic Safety Initiative (ESSI): It has 3 branches:European Commercial Aviation Safety Team (ECAST):Cooperates with US CAST, RASG (from ICAO) and COSCAPTechnical Groups:Ground SafetyRunway Excursion PreventionSMS and Safety CultureEuropean Helicopter Safety Team (EHEST)European General Aviation Safety Team (EGAST)