Presentation on theme: "SAFETY MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP"— Presentation transcript:
1SAFETY MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP Dhaka - January 2006PRESENTERS:PETER THORSENSTEFAN REIB
2COMPANY PROFILE Safety Management and current projects: Development of standards and guidelinesEUROCONTROL/ICAO (Safety Assessment of ATM Procedures)Implementation of Safety Management SystemsGreece, Thailand, Iceland, SlovakiaSystem Safety AssessmentsSuvarnabhumi Airport, Helsinki Airport, Greenland (Airports), Iceland (ATM Systems), EUROCONTROL programmes (8.33, RVSM, etc.), Copenhagen Airport (A-SGCMS), ANS CRTraining of Management, Safety Managers and other staffCOSCAP-SA, Finnish CAA/ANS, Iceland CAA, Greece, Thailand (Aerothai)Safety Audits
3COMPANY PROFILE Safety Expert Safety Management seminars EUROCONTROL(coaching DAP/SAF), European Union, Single European SkySafety Management seminarsICAO regions, COSCAP-SA, COSCAP-NASpecial studiesEuropean Union (Safety Culture)
4COMPANY PROFILE CUSTOMER BASE Major international organisations NATO, EU, EUROCONTROL, EBRD, ICAONational Air Traffic Service ProvidersEurope, China, Middle East, Russia & CIS, AfricaNational Civil Aviation AuthoritiesAirports & AirlinesMilitary organisations (Material Commands, Command & Control (Civil-Military Airspace Management Cells))Public Administrations (Ministries, Government Authorities, Regional & Local Councils)
5COMPANY PROFILE ICAO SMS SEMINAR NATO EU EUROCONTROL ICAO SMS SEMINAR EBRDICAOSMS SEMINARICAO SMS SEMINARInternational ConferencesProjectsProjects being offeredICAO SMS SEMINARICAOSMS SEMINAR
6OBJECTIVE OF THIS PRESENTATION Based on the ICAO Provisions and Guidelines to give a short introduction to Safety Management, Safety Management Systems and Safety Assessment
7SAFETY MANAGEMENT – BASELINE The provision in ICAO Annex 11The provision in ICAO Annex 13The provision in ICAO Annex 14PANS-ATM doc 4444 (chapter 2)Guidelines for the implementation of Safety Management SystemIntegra’s experience in Safety ManagementInternationally available standards and guidelines
8ICAO PROVISIONS Annex 11, Section 2.26.1: Annex 11, Section 2.26.4: States shall implement systematic and appropriate ATS safety management programmes to ensure that safety is maintained in the provision of ATS within airspaces and at aerodromes.Annex 11, Section :An ATS safety management programme shall:Identify actual and potential hazards and determine the need for remedial action;Ensure that remedial action necessary to maintain an acceptable level of safety is implemented; andprovide for continuous monitoring and regular assessment of the safety level achieved.
9ICAO PROVISIONS Annex 11, Section 2.26.2: As of 27 November 2003, the acceptable level of safety and safety objectives applicable to the provision of ATS within airspaces and at aerodromes shall be established by the State or States concerned.
10ICAO PROVISIONS Annex 11, Section 2.26.5: Any significant safety-related change to the ATM system, including the implementation of a reduced vertical separation minimum or a new procedure, shall only be effected after a safety assessment has demonstrated that an acceptable level of safety will be met and users have been consulted.When appropriate, the responsible authority shall ensure that adequate provision is made for post-implementation monitoring to verify that the defined level of safety continues to be met
11ICAO PROVISIONS (PANS-ATM DOC 4444) Doc 4444, Section :A safety assessment shall be carried out in respect of proposals for significant airspace reorganizations, for significant changes in the provision of ATS procedures applicable to an airspace or an aerodrome, and for the introduction of new equipment, systems or facilities, such as:A reduced separation minimum to be applied within an airspace or at an aerodrome;A new operating procedure, including departure and arrival procedures, to be applied within an airspace or at an aerodrome;A reorganization of the ATS route structure;A resectorization of an airspace;Physical changes to the layout of runways and/or taxiways at an aerodrome; andImplementation of new communications, surveillance or other safety-significant systems and equipment, including those providing new functionality and/or capabilities;
12ICAO PROVISIONS (PANS-ATM DOC 4444) Doc 4444, Section 2.5:Safety reviews of ATS units shall be conducted on a regular and systematic basis by personnel qualified….The scope of ATS unit safety reviews should include at least the following issues:Communications, navigation, surveillance and other safety significant systems and equipment:Are tested for normal operations on a routine basis;Meet the required level of reliability and availability as defined by the appropriate authority;Provide for the timely and appropriate detection and warning of system failures and degradations;Include documentation on the consequences of system, sub-system and equipment failures and degradations;Include measures to control the probability of failures and degradations; andDetailed records of systems and equipment serviceability are kept and periodically reviewed.
13ATM SYSTEM (DEFINITION) SeniorManagementSurveillanceATCOsCommunicationPeopleEquipmentSupportNavaidsProceduresEngineersInformationMaintenanceOperating
14THE CONCEPT OF SAFETY MANAGEMENT Safety CultureSafetyMonitoringAssessmentAuditingPromotionMaintenance orImprovementof SafetyPerformancePhilosophy of Safety ManagementSafetyPolicySupportingorganizationalrequirementSafety Management
15WHAT IS A SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM? PolicyProcedures, Instructions and PracticesSafety MonitoringSafety AssessmentSafety AuditingSafety PromotionSafety OrganisationSafety Management Manual
16WHAT HAVE WE SAID?The Safety Management involves Operational and Technical aspectsThe Technical department must be involved in:Defining Regulatory Requirements associated with Safety Management (Regulatory Framework)Establishment of the Safety Management ManualImplementation of the Safety Management System, centrally and locallyThe Technical department involvement should start now