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Welcome

Welcome


Welcome

Safety Management Systems S.M.S Presented by Malcolm RusbyEuropean Safety Director TAG Aviation


The jar ops requirement

The JAR-OPS Requirement


Safety management

Safety Management

  • The Safety Management System requirement :

  • JAR-OPS 1.037 requires an “Accident Prevention Program”


Safety management1

Safety Management

  • JAR-OPS 1.037 also requires :

  • The Operator shall have a program to achieve and maintain risk awareness by all persons involved in the Companies business,

  • An occurrence reporting scheme which has a anonymous element.


Safety management2

Safety Management

  • Further JAR-OPS 1.037 requirements :

  • Evaluation of relevant information relating to Incidents and Accidents and the Promulgation of Safety related information.

  • A Person accountable for managing the Program.


Safety management3

Safety Management

  • 1999 Management of Health and Safety at work Act which includes :

  • Risk Assessment and SMS

  • Driven by E.U. Directives

  • Includes Fire Awareness and Safety Management.


Cap 712

CAP 712

  • Safety Management Systems (SMS) for Commercial Air Transport Operations.


Introduction to s m s

Introduction to S.M.S

  • A working SMS will Improve communication across your Company“ Harmonisation “

  • Creates / Promotes Safety Policy and Culture

  • People orientated organisation “Ownership”

  • Meets corporate objectives and initiatives


Safety infrastructure

C.E.O

SAFETY INFRASTRUCTURE

Safety

Manager

Safety Officers


Safety management systems s m s

Safety Management Systems “S.M.S.”


S m s the building blocks

S.M.S the Building Blocks

Policy

Communication

Safety Risk Management

Safety Promotion


Buy in

“ Buy In “

  • The S.M.S must be “Closed Loop”


Buy in1

“Buy In”

  • Everybody has a responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others !

  • “Duty of Care”

  • Everyone needs to be part of the system !


S m s model

S.M.S Model

Safety Policies and Procedures

Specific Business Focus

Corrective Actions

Hazard Identification

Safety Committee

“ Oversight”

Risk Assessment

Company Incident \ Accident reporting System

Anonymous reporting System


S m s a system of two halves

S.M.S a System of two halves

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Proactive

System

Reactive

System


Proactive s m s elements

Proactive S.M.S Elements

Hazard

Identification

Training / Policy

Risk

Assessment

Oversight

Safety Concern

System


A closer look at hazard identification

A Closer look at Hazard Identification


Likelihood

Likelihood


Welcome

Then


Severity

Severity


Then combine the two

ThenCombine the two


Combining severity and likelihood

Combining Severity and Likelihood

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V

E

R

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Likelihood


Welcome

  • Red – the risk is unacceptable and action must be taken immediately to reduce it to a tolerable level.

  • Amber – the risk is tolerable if the costs are significant and the benefits gained are minimal.

  • Green – The risks are acceptable and no further action is required.


Reactive elements

Training

or Policy Changes

Oversight

Reactive Elements

Risk assessment

Incident Investigation

Hazard Identification

Incident reporting System


But really why do we need a s m s

But Really, why do we need a S.M.S ?


Public disasters

Public Disasters

  • Space Shuttle – Challenger

  • Kings Cross underground fire

  • Herald of Free Enterprise

  • Piper Alpha

  • Chernobyl

  • Paddington

  • Etc etc etc etc etc


One common denominator

One Common Denominator

  • “ A break down in Safety Management “


Communication

Communication


Communication1

Communication

  • Reporting procedures

  • Reporting Links - Internal Reporting System

  • MOR’s Mandatory Reporting System ( external )

  • Anonymous Reporting System


Communication process

Communication Process

  • Management of Reports

  • Investigating Reports

  • Safety Forums

  • Safety bulletins


The role of the safety manager

The role of the Safety Manager


Safety manager

Safety Manager

  • Is responsible for safety within the Company.

  • Reports Directly to the C.E.O. on Safety matters.

  • Monitors Trend Analysis.

  • Chairs Safety Committee’s


The role of the safety officer

The role of the safety Officer


The safety officer

The Safety Officer

  • The Safety Officer must have clear responsibilities for :-

  • Day to Day running of the S.M.S.

  • Management of the safety improvement plan.

  • The facilitation of Hazard Management and Risk Assessment.

  • Advise other managers on Safety matters.

  • The Emergency response Plan.

  • Investigation of Accidents and Incidents.

  • Dissemination of appropriate Safety information.

  • Must be part of safety Oversight (Safety Review)


Investigation

Investigation


The most important aspect of any investigation is to find

The most Important aspect of any Investigation is to Find :-

  • “ Route Cause ”


Reporting procedures

Reporting Procedures

  • The Company must have very clear Incident /Accident reporting procedures.

  • Upon receiving an Incident report, prompt reply to the sender is essential to ensure the reporter see’s that the company is taking the report seriously.

  • The reporter should be kept in the loop during the investigation and receive the “Closure report “


Summary

Summary

  • Benefits

  • Costs

  • Staff

  • Customers


Thank you

Thank you


Any questions

Any Questions


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