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Cooperation and human factor are key for the success of the SES. By François Ballestero ETF Political Secretary. Assessing the present situation 1. SAFETY. The trend is good but we are not satisfied, we want to do much more…. Assessing the present situation 2. ENVIRONMENT.

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Cooperation and human factor are key for the success of the ses

Cooperation and human factor are key for the success of the SES

By François Ballestero

ETF Political Secretary

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Assessing the present situation 1

Assessing the present situation 1

SAFETY

The trend is good but we are not satisfied, we want to do much more…

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Assessing the present situation 2

Assessing the present situation 2

ENVIRONMENT

Despite efforts and lack of framework, the outcome is not satisfactory…

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Assessing the present situation 3

Assessing the present situation 3

DELAYS

(source: CODA)

In a bad year (2010), ATM is responsible for only 1/3 of the air transport delays.

In 2009, ATM accounted only for ¼.

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Assessing the present situation 4

Assessing the present situation 4

COST

Despite the crisis, the costs have been kept as constrained as possible.

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Improving the present situation 1

Improving the present situation 1

  • Safety => should remain the true N°1 priority, better occurrence reporting system, just culture , EASA

  • ETF and the staff are committed to safety

  • Environment => implement FABs through cooperation model, Eurocontrol network management.

  • The ATM is far from being the only contributor in this domain (manufacturers, airports, airlines)

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Improving the present situation 2

Improving the present situation 2

  • Cost => the trend is good despite difficulties. Efforts have to be pursued. However, the economic performance is not about cost reduction. It is about cost efficiency.

  • Delays => 2010 saw increased delays because of volcano and industrial actions.

  • Strikes could have been avoided with good social dialogue at all levels (ANSP, FAB, European).

  • Human factor => let’s take it as seriously as the other areas and, as a result, everything will improve.

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Human

Human

Human is the overallelement in the gate-to-gate

  • FAB

  • Performance Scheme

  • SESAR

  • 5th Pillar: Human Factor

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Cooperation and human factor are key for the success of the ses

FAB

  • National  Regional

    • route network

    • procedures

    • tools

    • airports and beyond

  • Cooperation is the only way

  • FAB Social Dialogue

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EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Performance scheme

Performance Scheme

  • Poor consultation

    • Low commitment

    • Delays

  • Social Implications (Social Tension)

  • Safety

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Sesar

SESAR

  • Becoming reality:

    • Validation 2011

    • Deployment from 2012

  • New tools for ATCOs

  • Training

  • The heart of the system

  • Flexibility

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


5th pillar human factor

5th Pillar: Human Factor

  • Human role

    • Crucial

    • Core

    • Training

    • Investment

  • Mobility:

    • No forced mobility

    • No Social dumping

  • Just Culture

  • Social Dialogue

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Delays should be addressed by ATM but also by airlines, airports and ground handlers

  • Cost efficiency is different from cost reduction

  • Human Factor: to be integrated everywhere

  • Cooperation is the way forward

  • Keep the human in the core of the system

  • Social dialogue is the pivotal tool

  • Safety: lot to do

  • SES implementation needs Staff support

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


Many thanks for your attention

Many thanks for your attention

www.etf-atm.org www.etf-europe.org

Public Hearing on SES II

EESC, Brussels, May 31, 2011


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