Presentation on theme: "ICAO State Safety Program Requirements Canadian Perspective."— Presentation transcript:
1ICAO State SafetyProgram RequirementsCanadian Perspective
2ICAO’s State Safety Program Requirements 1. State's safety policy and objectives1.1 - CAA safety standards1.2 - CAA safety responsibilities and accountabilities1.3 - Accident and incident investigation1.4 - Enforcement policy2. State's safety risk management2.1 - Safety requirements for service providers SMS2.2 - Approval of service provider's acceptable levels of safety3. State's safety assurance3.1 - Safety oversight3.2 - Safety data collection, analysis and exchange3.3 - Safety data driven targeting of oversight on areas of greater concern or need4. State's safety promotion4.1 - Internal training, communication and dissemination of safety information4.2 - External training, communication and dissemination of safety information
3Transport Canada’s State Safety Program Canada's safety policy and objectives1.1 Canadian Aviation Regulations1.2 Aviation Safety Program Manual1.3 Transportation Safety Board is responsible for investigations:Transport Canada participation and support is through the Minister’s Observer ProgramIncidents reported through the Civil Aviation Daily Occurrence Reporting System are reviewed to determine if further action is required.1.4 SMS Enforcement Policy continues to evolve as SMS implementation continuesState's safety policy and objectives1.1 CAA safety standards1.2 CAA safety responsibilities and accountabilities1.3 Accident and incident investigation1.4 Enforcement policy
4Transport Canada’s State Safety Program State's safety risk management2.1 Safety requirements for service providers SMS2.2 Approval of service provider's acceptable levels of safetyCanada’s safety risk management2.1 SMS requirements defined in the separate regulations for each service provider:CAR 107 – General ProvisionsCAR 302 – AirportsCAR 406 – FTUsCAR 561 – ManufacturersCAR 573 – AMOsCAR 705 – AOCsCAR 805 – ANS2.2 Compliance with regulations is verified through assessments and inspections as described in the Surveillance Procedures Manual
5Transport Canada’s State Safety Program 3. State's safety assurance3.1 Safety oversight3.2 Safety data collection, analysis and exchange3.3 Safety data driven targeting of oversight on areas of greater concern or needCanada’s safety assurance3.1 Surveillance Procedures Manual3.2 Transport Canada has a group in the civil aviation organization responsible for safety data collection and analysis as well as safety reporting.3.3 Risk based management policyRisk indicator databaseNational Planning StandardSurveillance Policy
6Transport Canada’s State Safety Program 4. State's safety promotion4.1 Internal training, communication and dissemination of safety information4.2 External training, communication and dissemination of safety information4. Canada’s safety promotionTraining:Transport Canada has a program for the development and delivery of basic, advanced, and refresher training, including SMS, QA, interview skills and related specialty coursesCommunication:Transport Canada has well-established practices in place for internal and external communication and is developing a policy to formalize this communicationDissemination of safety information:Transport Canada has a program in place for safety promotion and awareness. An aviation safety newsletter is published four times a year to promote safety awareness. The newsletter is distributed to employees and industry stakeholders and available on the civil aviation web site. The group also organizations information forums for industry to promote the latest safety advances in aviation.
7Conclusion and Next Steps Work continue to finalize ICAO’s State Safety Plan requirementsCanada has main elements of an SSP in place: regulations, standards, guidelines, education to promote a safety and harmonized aviation systemCanada is well-placed to meet the ICAO standard, when it comes into effect