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1 ICAO SARPs related to safety management
Module N° 3 ICAO SARPs related to safety management Revision N° 5 ICAO State Safety Programme (SSP) Implementation Course 25/02/10

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

3 Objective At the end of this module, participants will be able to explain the ICAO SARPs concerning safety management

4 Contents ICAO SARPs State safety accountabilities Questions and answers Points to remember Exercise N° 1 – Safety risk assessment – Airport construction project (See Handout N°1)

5 ICAO safety management SARPs – The big picture
Two audience groups States Service providers Three distinct requirements State safety programme (SSP) Acceptable level of safety (ALoS) Safety management System (SMS) Safety performance of the SMS Management accountability

6 Basic safety management SARPs – Part I
States shall establish a State safety programme (SSP), in order to achieve an acceptable level of safety (ALoS) in civil aviation The ICAO SSP framework (Module 4)

7 What is an SSP? An integrated set of regulations and activities aimed at improving safety An SSP is a management system for the administration of safety by the State

8 SSP in context The implementation of an SSP must be commensurate with the size and complexity of the State’s aviation system

9 SSP in context The implementation of an SSP may require coordination among multiples authorities responsible for individual element functions in the State

10 Basic safety management SARPs – Part I
The acceptable level of safety (ALoS) to be achieved shall be established by the State Further discussed in Module 5

11 Basic safety management SARPs – Part II
States shall require, as part of their SSP, that a [service provider] implement an SMS acceptable to the State that, as a minimum: identifies safety hazards ensures the implementation of remedial action necessary to maintain agreed safety performance provides for continuous monitoring and regular assessment of the safety performance aims at a continuous improvement of the overall performance of the safety management system

12 Service providers required to implement an SMS
Approved training organizations that are exposed to safety risks during the provision of their services Aircraft operators Approved maintenance organizations Organizations responsible for design and/or manufacture of aircraft Air traffic services providers Certified aerodromes

13 What is an SMS? A systematic approach to managing safety, including the necessary organizational structures, accountabilities, policies and procedures Service providers are responsible for establishing an SMS States are responsible, under the SSP, for the acceptance and oversight of service providers’ SMS

14 Basic safety management SARPs – Part III
A safety management system (SMS) shall clearly define lines of safety accountability throughout a service provider organization, including a direct accountability for safety on the part of senior management (Accountability Obligation or willingness to account for one’s actions)

15 State safety responsibilities and accountabilities
Safety responsibilities within an SSP are functions and duties which describe the safety purpose of what an individual is required to do, with regard to the operation of the SSP Safety accountabilities within an SSP are statements of what an individual is required to deliver, either directly or through supervision and management of others, including those to whom the individual has delegated responsibility, with regard to the operation of the SSP Further discussed in Module 4 15

16 Basic safety management SARPs in summary
State Service provider States shall establish a State safety programme (SSP), in order to achieve an acceptable level of safety (ALoS) in civil aviation ALoS to be achieved shall be established by the State States shall require, as part of their SSP, that a [service provider] implement an SMS acceptable to the State that, as a minimum: identifies safety hazards ensures the implementation of remedial action necessary to maintain agreed safety performance provides for continuous monitoring and regular assessment of the safety performance aims at a continuous improvement of the overall performance of the safety management system

17 ICAO SARPs related to safety management
Questions and answers

18 Questions and answers Q: What is an SSP? A: ? Slide number:

19 Q: What are the service providers included in the ICAO SARPs on SMS?
Questions and answers Q: What are the service providers included in the ICAO SARPs on SMS? A: ? Slide number:

20 Q: What is a safety management system (SMS)? A: ?
Questions and answers Q: What is a safety management system (SMS)? A: ? Slide number:

21 Points to remember Definition of SSP Definition of SMS State safety responsibilities and accountabilities

22 ICAO SARPs related to safety management
Practical exercise N° 1 – Safety risk assessment - Airport construction project (Handout N° 1)

23 International airport construction project
Participants will be divided into separate groups A facilitator will be appointed, who will coordinate the discussions and activities of each group A summary of discussions will be written on electronic forms A draft report, using the appropriate electronic form, will be prepared for its presentation in the plenary sessions and a member of the group (assisted by other members of the group) will brief on the results

24 International airport construction project
Objective of the exercise Conduct a safety risk assessment of a three-phase airport construction project (relocation of the control tower, construction of a parallel runway and construction of a new international terminal south of the airport) Time allocated 03:00 hours

25 International airport construction project
Scenario International airport extension project in three phases (150,000 movements a year with a forecast of 10% traffic increase yearly) Phase 1 – Relocation of the control tower south of the airport Phase 2 – Construction of a parallel runway 10R-28 L, including all taxiways Phase 3 – Construction of an international passenger terminal south of the airport

26 Current aerodrome layout

27 Phase 1 – Relocation of the control tower
The control tower will be relocated south of the airport (see aerodrome layout) and its height will be 15 m (50 feet) Duration: 12 months Airport operation The airport will continue to operate day and night (H24) during the time of the construction Hazard identification and safety risk management Identify the hazards, their consequences and assess the safety risks during the construction period

28 Phase 1 – Aerodrome layout

29 Phase 1 – Relocation of the control tower
Your task Review the aerodrome scenario for Phase 1 and corresponding instructions List the type of operation or activity State the generic hazard(s) State the specific components of the hazard(s) State the hazard-related consequences and assess the safety related risk(s) Assess existing defences to control the safety risk(s) and resulting safety risk index Propose further action to reduce the safety risk(s) and resulting safety risk index Complete the following log (Table 03/01)

30 Table 03/01 – Hazard identification and safety risk management
Existing defences to control safety risk(s) and safety risk index Further action to reduce safety risk(s) and resulting safety risk index Generic hazard Type of operation or activity 1 2 3 4 5 Hazard-related consequences Safety risk index: Safety risk tolerability: Specific components of the hazard

31 Phase 2 – Construction of a parallel runway 10R-28 L
It is a new parallel runway (10R-28L) m long and 60 m wide, including its corresponding taxiways (see aerodrome layout). Duration: 24 months Airport operation The airport will continue to operate day and night (H24) during the time of the construction Hazard identification and safety risk management Identify the hazards, their consequences and assess the safety risks during the construction period

32 Phase 2 – Aerodrome layout

33 Phase 2 – Construction of a parallel runway 10R-28 L
Your task Review the aerodrome scenario for Phase 2 and corresponding instructions List the type of operation or activity State the generic hazard(s) State the specific components of the hazard(s) State the hazard-related consequences and assess the safety related risk(s) Assess existing defences to control the safety risk(s) and resulting safety risk index Propose further action to reduce the safety risk(s) and resulting safety risk index Complete the following log (Table 03/02)

34 Table 03/02 – Hazard identification and safety risk management
Existing defences to control safety risk(s) and safety risk index Further action to reduce safety risk(s) and resulting safety risk index Generic hazard Type of operation or activity 1 2 3 4 5 Hazard-related consequences Safety risk index: Safety risk tolerability: Specific components of the hazard

35 Phase 3 – Construction of a new international terminal
It is a new international terminal south of the airport, including its corresponding access road and taxiways (see aerodrome layout). Duration: 36 months Airport operation The airport will continue to operate day and night (H24) during the time of the construction Hazard identification and safety risk management Identify the hazards, their consequences and assess the safety risks during the construction period

36 Phase 3 – Aerodrome layout

37 Phase 3 – Construction of a new international terminal
Your task Review the aerodrome scenario for Phase 3 and corresponding instructions List the type of operation or activity State the generic hazard(s) State the specific components of the hazard(s) State the hazard-related consequences and assess the safety related risk(s) Assess existing defences to control the safety risk(s) and resulting safety risk index Propose further action to reduce the safety risk(s) and resulting safety risk index Complete the following log (Table 03/03)

38 Table 03/03 – Hazard identification and safety risk management
Existing defences to control safety risk(s) and safety risk index Further action to reduce safety risk(s) and resulting safety risk index Generic hazard Type of operation or activity 1 2 3 4 5 Hazard-related consequences Safety risk index: Safety risk tolerability: Specific components of the hazard

39 Useful tips Elect a facilitator Start with a general discussion on the objective of the task and the material available for this exercise (no more than 10 minutes) Select one of the participants of the group for preparing the final report on the laptop Be prepared to deliver the results of the exercises (in a pen drive) to the course instructor at least five minutes before the time allocated

40 ICAO SARPs related to safety management
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