Presentation on theme: "International Civil Aviation Organization Implementation of SSP in the MID Region / Action Plan (Support to Member States) Nadia Konzali Project Coordinator,"— Presentation transcript:
International Civil Aviation Organization Implementation of SSP in the MID Region / Action Plan (Support to Member States) Nadia Konzali Project Coordinator, COSCAP-GS 1 st Airworthiness Safety Conference Dubai, 9-10 March 2014
Dubai, March 2014 2 SSP Implementation _ Action Plan SSP Implementation Flight Plan 1.References 2.Objectives 3.Action Plan & Schedule of actions 4.Challenges
Dubai, March 2014 3 SSP Implementation _ Action Plan SSP Implementation Reference 1.Annex 19 to the Convention (1st Edition, July 2013); 2.Safety Management Manual (3rd Edition, DOC 9859); 3.Revised Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) provisions; 4.ICAO training material (Material provided from ICAO); 5.ICAO / DANB (Air Navigation Bureau) recommendations; 6.Best Practices and Guidance Material from the experience of other Regions/COSCAPs Projects.
4 GLOBAL AVIATION SAFETY PLAN (GASP) Background The ICAO Council approved a recommendation from the March 2010 ICAO HLSC to develop a new Annex dedicated to States’ safety management responsibilities and processes, including those framed under the SSP; During 186 th Session of the Air Navigation Commission, it was agreed to establish the Safety Management Panel (SMP) to provide recommendations on the development of the new Annex; SMP, set up in 2011, comprised international group of 20 experts; SSP Implementation _ Action PlanDubai, March 2014
5 GLOBAL AVIATION SAFETY PLAN (GASP) Background In response to HLSC 2010 recommendations, the ANC recommended the new Annex to be developed in 2 phases: Phase 1: consolidation of existing safety management provisions in a single new Annex; Phase 2: will address the development of enhanced requirements, once the new Annex becomes applicable. SSP Implementation _ Action PlanDubai, March 2014
6 GLOBAL AVIATION SAFETY PLAN (GASP) The GASP The GASP has been changed in order to strengthen its role as a high-level policy, planning and implementation document; The GASP is intended to assist ICAO, States and regions in their aviation safety policy, planning and implementation activities. SSP Implementation _ Action PlanDubai, March 2014
7 GLOBAL AVIATION SAFETY PLAN (GASP) The GASP Sets out the global air navigation safety objectives, including specific milestones and priorities to be addressed by State and regional aviation safety planners; Provides a familiar planning framework to assist States and regions to make improvements in safety through the use of the 4 Safety Performance Enablers: standardization Collaboration Resources Safety information exchange SSP Implementation _ Action PlanDubai, March 2014
8 SSP Implementation _ Action Plan GLOBAL AVIATION SAFETY PLAN (GASP) The GASP sets out a continuous improvement strategy for States to implement core, and then more advanced Aviation Safety System: Near Term(by 2017) Implementation of an effective Safety Oversight System; Mid-Term (by 2022) Full implementation of the ICAO State Safety Program framework; Long term (by 2027) Advanced Safety Oversight system including Predictive Risk Management.
Dubai, March 2014 9 SSP Implementation _ Action Plan SSP Implementation Objectives States and regions must remain focused on: establishing, Updating, and addressing their safety priorities as they continue to encourage expansion of their air transport sectors
Dubai, March 2014 10 SSP Implementation _ Action Plan SSP Implementation Action Plan 1.Regulations: Review existent regulations and amend as necessary, including recent ICAO provisions contained in Annex 19 (Develop and Issue Regulatory framework); 2.Guidance Material (Procedures & Check-lists regarding SMS implementation, auditing): Development of Procedures & Check-lists for the CAA inspectors to audit the operators SMS implementation (Develop and Issue model check-lists); 3.Training on Annex 19 & DOC 9859 (3 day training courses, planned in the 3 member States in 2014, with support of ICAO); 4.Audit of CAAs (Proactive oversight): In cooperation with ICAO experts, Conduct audits of the CAAs (Gap Analysis) regarding their present SSP status; 5.Workshop on SSP Action Plan implementation, 2 days workshop planned in May 2014; 6.Training on Advanced SMS Auditing: Advanced training of CAA inspectors on the auditing of operators regarding the SMS implementation. Planned in October 2014; 7.Collection/Analysis/Monitoring of safety data: Provide support to member States for the collection, Analysis and monitoring of safety data/Safety Reports.
SSP Implementation Challenges Security issues; Lack of commitment of some Administrations; Political tensions; Shortage of qualified personnel; Lack of financial resources. Dubai, March 2014 SSP Implementation _ Action Plan 12
13 SSP Implementation SSP Implementation _ Action Plan THANK YOU For your attention Dubai, March 2014