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The flow of information in an SMS environment. South Pacific Aviation “Safety Management Systems” Symposium. The Underpinnings. Safety Management Systems are predicated on useful data and information being collected, analysed /assessed, and used to make decisions

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the flow of information in an sms environment

The flow of information in an SMS environment

South Pacific Aviation “Safety Management Systems” Symposium

the underpinnings
The Underpinnings
  • Safety Management Systems are predicated on useful data and information being collected, analysed /assessed, and used to make decisions
  • Data and information provide the “fuel” for the tools use by all participants to manage risks
  • The same data and information used by operators is used by regulators ­ information flows both ways

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The Civil Aviation Act contains powers and functions that compel and encourage the collection and use of information (s26, s72, s73, s74, etc)

Civil Aviation Rules (e.g., Part 12) reflect the requirements of the Act

South Pacific Aviation “Safety Management Systems” Symposium

information flow
Information Flow

Data and information “flowing” through the system already happens — it isn’t a new idea

SMS will require about the same amount and type of information as is recorded and used now

The flow of information is key to managing risks within the system — according to the role we each have

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how does caa use information now
How does CAA use information now?
  • CAA uses information to understand safety risk, and to then:
    • Identify where risks sit within the system
    • Design actions which mitigate those risks
    • Implement those actions
    • Measure whether the actions have the desired effect

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  • Examples:
    • Risk profiles for an operator
    • Systemic studies (e.g., the Agricultural Aircraft Safety Review)
    • Identifying safety failures (e.g., rotor blades)
    • Rules and regulatory change (e.g., changes to the law with respect to the sale of hand held lasers)
    • Advice back to operators

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principles that guide caa
Principles that Guide CAA
  • data and information is used to identify risks and to identify or select ways to mitigate those risks;
  • data and information helps the CAA determine responses to risks that are proportionate to the nature of the risk or risks;
  • data and information enable the CAA to determine the extent to which the measures or steps it takes to mitigate civil aviation safety risks have been successful;

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  • data and information enables the CAA to learn how it might change the steps it adopts in order to achieve improvements in safety performance;
  • data and information is managed in a way that encourages participants in the civil aviation system to fulfil their mandatory reporting requirements, and to voluntarily disclose other pertinent data and information as is appropriate.

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resistance is futile you will be assimilated
Resistance is futile, you will be assimilated!

South Pacific Aviation “Safety Management Systems” Symposium

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