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Mount Cook Airline LOSA 2004-2005
What Will Be Discussed Demographics Why we did a LOSA How we did a LOSA What we learned from LOSA What we intend doing
Little Old New Zealand
General Demograhics 12 ATR 72 Turbo-Prop Aircraft 104 Pilots 11 Destinations Max Sector Length: 1.5 hours Utilisation Rate: 8 hours per day
Flight Operations Demograhics Pilot Experience Levels Changing Early GA Ops Became Air Transport Ops Reluctance to Look for Best Practises No Regular Simulator Training
Flight Operations Demograhics No CRM Training Very Low Incident Reporting Rate Minimalist Manual Suite Non-Standardised Training
Why LOSA? – GM Perspective Concerns about training Reputation Risk profile
Why LOSA? – GM Perspective Commercial benefits Strategic plan LOSA business case offered solutions
Why LOSA? – My Perspective Data for change management project Quantifiable snapshot LOSA shows we are serious about safety Pro-active incident prevention
Why LOSA? – My Perspective Want to remeasure in future Want buy-in from pilots Gives reasons for change Saw team-building benefits
Why LOSA? – My Perspective Want to build a credible SMS Want to build Regulator confidence Want a good reputation in NZ aviation Want a proven data collection system
How Did We Do LOSA? Followed LOSA Collaborative guidelines Added a confidentiality agreement LOSA Bulletin to all staff Advice from Air New Zealand
How Did We Do LOSA? Business dynamics that threatened LOSA Saw benefits in dynamics of process LOSA prophets for getting buy-in Short report & MS Access database
What Did We Learn? Where our threats are How well we deal with threats How errors manifest themselves What are some of the outcomes
What Did We Learn? 4 threats per flight Environment - 71% of all threats Airline - 29% of all threats
What Did We Learn? Blue Box Threat Rate – 41% Blue Box Error Rate - 40% Error Detection Rate - 50% Checklist Error Rate – 24%
What Did We Learn? Our Safety Reporting System is Not Telling Us How and Why Things Happen!
What Did We Learn? We need to improve Procedural Compliance
What Did We Learn? We need to improve Monitoring and Cross-Checking Procedures
What Did We Learn? We need to improve Workload Management
What Did We Learn? We had too many unstable approaches
What Did We Learn? Our SOPs need to provide more guidance
What Did We Learn? We need to have Standardised Instruction
What Did We Learn? There is a significant difference between Training and Line Operations
What Did We Learn? Pilots Accept Change More Readily Because of LOSA
Action Plan 2005 -2006 Series of Pilot Briefings SOP Committee CRM Training Team TEM Training
Action Plan 2005 -2006 Technical Writing Training Rewrite SOPs Incidents & TEM Safety Magazine
Action Plan 2005 -2006 TEM Behavioural Marker Database for: –Selection Process –Training –Assessment –Safety Investigations
Action Items Blue Box Procedural Compliance TEM Section in Route Guide Incident Reporting Culture
Action Plan 2005 -2006 Instructor Training in CRM, HF and TEM TEM Lesson Plans for Sim Error Trapping Gates Monitoring and Cross-Checking
Summary Safe Regional Airline Did LOSA During Major Expansion Better Awareness of Flight Operations Data for Preventative Approach to Safety
Human Factors in Flight Operations A CAA Perspective
1 SWISS Safety, 30 March 2006 SVFB Welcome! Operational Safety – Technical Safety.
for Cabin Safety Inspectors
1 Documentation Legal Framework Air Navigation Orders Guidelines ATS Manual Airport Manual Safety Management Manual ICAO Annexes Licenses / Certificates.
1 SAFETY ORGANISATION. 2 Safety Organisation 3 Safety Organisation - Regulator.
© Integra A/S SAFETY MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP Karachi - January 2006 PRESENTERS: PETER THORSEN STEFAN REIB.
Normal Operations Safety Survey (NOSS)
The Credibility of NOSS Data Chris Henry The University of Texas Human Factors Research Project The University of Texas at Austin 2 nd ICAO TEM & NOSS.
Robert L. Helmreich, Ph.D. FRAes The University of Texas
AVIATION SAFETY QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAMME
Second Global Symposium on TEM and NOSS in Air Traffic Control February 7, 2007 NOSS and the ATS Provider A Perspective from Senior Management Kathy Fox.
CX LOSA © Cathay Pacific Airways 2005 Cathay Pacific LOSA Training for Safety Aiming for Excellence 2001 & 2005.
1 LOSA – A REGULATORS PERSPECTIVE Tim Allen General Manager Airlines Presentation to the LOSA Conference Kuala Lumpur - September 2005.
Direction générale de lAviation civile sub-directorate for safety and airspace directorate for strategic and technical affairs September 2005 Monitoring.
Integrating the LOSA Relationships 3 rd ICAO-IATA LOSA & TEM Conference Captain Chris KriechbaumCaptain Chris Wright Manager Procedure & Capability DevelopmentLOSA.
Greg Down 2 nd ICAO Global TEM & NOSS Symposium FAA – Washington, DC Normal Operations Safety Surveys The NAV CANADA Experience.
“Line Operations Safety Audit (LOSA)”
Normal Operations Safety Survey Airservices Australia Marcus Knauer Normal Operations Safety Survey Airservices Australia Marcus Knauer.
Qantas Flying Operations Audit
A Glimpse at Archie: The LOSA Archive
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