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Module N° 7 – SSP training programme. SSP – A structured approach Module 2 Basic safety management concepts Module 2 Basic safety management concepts.

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1 Module N° 7 – SSP training programme

2 SSP – A structured approach Module 2 Basic safety management concepts Module 2 Basic safety management concepts Module 3 ICAO SARPs related to safety management Module 3 ICAO SARPs related to safety management Module 4 ICAO SSP framework Module 4 ICAO SSP framework Module 5 State ALoS Module 5 State ALoS Module 6 Prescription / Performance based environment Module 6 Prescription / Performance based environment Module 8 SSP familiarization plan Module 8 SSP familiarization plan Module 1 Introduction to the SSP familiarization course Module 7 SSP training programme Module 7 SSP training programme Module 7 SSP training programme Module 7 SSP training programme

3 At the end of this module, participants will be familiar with the SSP training programme for the State safety oversight authority, and the SSP safety promotion component. Objective

4 SSP safety promotion SSP training programme - Objective and rationale Training documentation Safety communication Questions and answers Points to remember Contents

5 ICAO SSP framework 1.States safety policy and objectives 1.1 State safety legislative framework 1.2 Safety responsibilities and accountabilities 1.3Accident and incident investigation 1.4 Enforcement policy 2.States safety risk management 2.1 Safety requirements for service providers SMS 2.2 Agreement on service providers safety performance 3.States safety assurance 3.1 Safety oversight 3.2 Safety data collection, analysis and exchange 3.3 Safety data driven targeting of oversight on areas of greater concern or need 4.States safety promotion 4.1 Internal training, communication and dissemination of safety information 4.2 External training, communication and dissemination of safety information

6 4.1 Internal training, communication and dissemination of safety information The State aviation organization that has been designated as placeholder for the SSP shall develop and maintain a safety training programme that ensures that personnel are trained and competent to perform the SSP duties SSP safety promotion

7 The scope of the internal safety training shall be appropriate to each individuals involvement in the SSP The training programme should develop staff knowledge about ICAO SARPs related to the SSP and SMS the ICAO SSP framework, its components and elements related guidance material … Internal training programme

8 ... The training programme should develop staff knowledge about key elements of an SSP States SSP policies, responsibilities and accountabilities, processes and procedures acceptable levels of safety (ALoS) safety assurance processes an SSP implementation plan Internal training programme

9 Safety training development should include a documented process to identify training requirements and training provided means to assess the effectiveness of training Rationale for the SSP training programme

10 The State must ensure that all personnel are provided with safety information appropriate to their identified needs, to the extent of their safety functions and responsibilities. Safety training should be delivered by persons with appropriate knowledge skills, and experience in the applicable subject area SSP training programme – Categories

11 The State must base and develop its SSP training programme around the four components of the ICAO SSP framework There should be three categories of training A – Indoctrination/initial safety training B – On the job (OJT) safety training C – Recurrent safety training SSP training programme – Categories

12 Indoctrination/initial safety training New staff are trained on the basics of SSP/SMS and their safety responsibilities in accordance with their involvement in the SSP programme On the job (OJT) safety training Safety training may be in the form of on-the-job training, delivered by persons with appropriate knowledge, skills and experience. Recurrent safety training At least once a year a one-day refresher safety training should be provided to all appropriate staff SSP training programme – Categories

13 When developing the SSP training programme, the State should take into account the different levels of knowledge and awareness required for the functions and responsibilities of the different staff positions within the authority The four levels of SSP training are 1.Generic safety training 2.Initial job-specific safety training 3.Advanced safety training 4.High level safety briefing SSP levels of training

14 1 – Generic safety training All relevant State aviation authorities staff To familiarize trainees with State safety policies, objectives and SSP/SMS fundamentals To provide an overview of safety responsibilities, including safety procedures and hazards reporting To familiarize trainees with State safety policies, objectives and SSP/SMS fundamentals To provide an overview of safety responsibilities, including safety procedures and hazards reporting Hazards, consequences and risks Safety risk management process, including roles and responsibilities Safety reporting Service providers safety reporting system(s) Hazards, consequences and risks Safety risk management process, including roles and responsibilities Safety reporting Service providers safety reporting system(s) Recipients Training objective Training programme contents

15 2 – Initial job-specific safety training State aviation authorities technical staff To familiarize trainees with safety concepts, hazard identification and risk management relevant to their respective roles, functions and responsibilities In addition to 1) Hazard identification and risk management processes Safety data collection and analysis Note. – Promotion or internal movements within the State aviation authorities may require additional safety training In addition to 1) Hazard identification and risk management processes Safety data collection and analysis Note. – Promotion or internal movements within the State aviation authorities may require additional safety training Recipients Training objective Training programme contents

16 3 – Advanced safety training State aviation authorities middle and senior managers To familiarize trainees with safety responsibilities, including compliance with national and organizational safety requirements, allocation of resources, and effective inter-departmental safety communication and active promotion of the SSP In addition to 1) and 2) Safety roles and responsibilities Safety assurance and safety promotion Establishment of ALoS and safety performance of SMS In addition to 1) and 2) Safety roles and responsibilities Safety assurance and safety promotion Establishment of ALoS and safety performance of SMS Recipients Training objective Training programme contents

17 4 – High level safety briefing SSP Accountable Executive High level safety briefing should provide a special safety briefing on the SSP components and elements Organization of the SSP SSP roles and safety responsibilities Safety policy and objectives Safety risk management Safety assurance Safety promotion Note. – This training session should be reasonably brief (it should not exceed one-half day) Organization of the SSP SSP roles and safety responsibilities Safety policy and objectives Safety risk management Safety assurance Safety promotion Note. – This training session should be reasonably brief (it should not exceed one-half day) Recipients Training objective Training programme contents

18 Training requirements and activities for each level within the State safety oversight authority should be documented A training file should be developed for each staff member, including management staff, to assist in identifying and tracking staff safety training requirements and verifying compliance SSP training programmes should be adapted to fit the needs and complexity of the State aviation activities Training documentation

19 4.2 External training, communication and dissemination of safety information The State shall develop and maintain a formal means for safety communication that ensures that service providers personnel are fully aware of the SSP and its relationship with the SMS safety critical information is conveyed to service providers service providers understand why particular safety actions are taken SSP safety promotion

20 The State should communicate SSP policies, objectives, processes and procedures to all staff within State aviation organizations The SSP should be visible in all aspects of the authoritys activities Safety communication aims to Ensure that all staff is fully aware of the SSP Convey safety critical information Explain why particular actions are taken Explain why safety procedures are introduced or changed Convey nice-to-know information Safety communication

21 The implementation of the SSP leaves unchanged the need for State aviation authorities staff to possess specialized technical knowledge and skills The implementation of a SSP requires additional skills in areas such as hazard identification and safety risk management The State must provide the necessary training to develop the additional skills Essential points

22 Questions? SSP training programme

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