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Review and developments


  • Course review

  • FAQs

  • Development

  • How did we address your needs?


Airworthiness codes

ATM Safety

codes

Airport Safety

codes

Flight Operations Certification codes

ToTal System Approach For a consistent set of requirements to be developed and collected across aviation codes

ICAO Annex 11

and associated doc

ICAO Annex 8

and associated doc

ICAO Annex 14

and associated doc

ICAO Annex 6

and associated doc


ToTal System Approach For a consistent set of requirements to be developed and collected across all parts of the system


Operational

environmentboundary

The ATM system and supporting services

(THE TOTAL SYSTEM APPROACH)

CNS/ATM

systemboundary

ATSU

Aircraft

People

Flight Operations procedures

ATC Procedures

Pilot training

Ground Equipment

Aircraft equipment

Airspace

CNS/ATM Procedures


ToTal System Approach For a consistent set of requirements to be implemented across national boundaries


Relative

Minima

Absolute

Minima

ECAC Safety Minimum-ATM

Absolute Number

0,623

4,38 10-8

Progressive Increase

(6,7% per year )

1,55 10-8

1999

Year

2015


Work done so far

SEVERITY OFEFFECTS ON AIRCRAFTOPERATIONS

PROBABILITY OFTHE HAZARDLEADING TO ACCIDENT/INCIDENT

PROBABILITY OFOCCURRENCE OFTHE HAZARD

SAFETYOBJECTIVE

?

?

?

?

LIMITATIONS…. ESARR2 collection

MAXIMUM PROBABILITYOF OCCURRENCE OF HAZARD

FAILURE

HAZARD

INCIDENTOR ACCIDENT

SRC POL DOC 1

ECAC ATM Safety Minima

SEVERITY OF EFFECTSINDUCED BY THE HAZARD

CLASS 1Accidents

CLASS 2SeriousIncidents

CLASS 3MajorIncidents

CLASS 4SignificantIncidents

CLASS 5No ImmediateEffect on Safety

1,55x10-8

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MAXIMUM PROBABILITYOF OCCURRENCE OF HAZARD EFFECTS


Once tolerable risks have been agreed...

LIFECYCLE

ASSURANCE

FHA

How safe does the system need to be, to achieve tolerable risk?

System Definition

PSSA

System Design

Is the proposed design able to achieve tolerable risk?

System Implementation

SSA

Integration

Does the system achieve tolerable risk?

Operation


  • Or we can define a tolerable rate of occurrence for each severity in a table.


  • Or we can turn this into what is called the pyramid graph

Severity

Rate of occurrence


Determine requirements

Coordinated Requirements Determination

ATS provider safety requirements

Aircraft safety requirements

Aircraft Operations safety requireemtns

ATS provider operational approval

Aircraft type design approval

Operator operational approval

Entry into Service

(Coordinated)

Planning, Development & Qualification

Monitor system

Operations


Initiation and update of safety arguments

must be undertaken according to the stages

of life cycle

Safety Argument

collects evidence

that safety is

maintained

during all stages

of life cycle

Planning

Design

Implementation

Integration

Transfer to Operation

Operations and Maintenance

Decommissioning


Boundaries, scope

and interfaces

of system

Risk Mitigation

strategy

Safety Requirements

  • And finally to document everything!

Environment

of operations

System Safety

Objectives

Safety requirements

allocated to domain

Identify system

hazards

Safety requirement

verification

Apportionment

Identify

ATM hazards

Safety requirement

validation

Tolerability

Severity

classification

Safety Monitoring

requirements


FAQs

See

http://www.eurocontrol.int/src/index.html

then ‘src deliverables’

then ‘ESARR 4’

then ‘safety awareness package on ESARR 4’


ESARR 4 development

This is just the beginning!!!!


The first holes?

  • Where are the numbers for the maximum tolerable probability for severity categories 2 through 5?

  • How do we apportion?

  • How do I regulate this?

  • Is it ICAO compliant?


Existing development

  • Development

    • Apportionment EAM 4 GUI 3

    • Guidance

      • on rational EAM 4 GUI 1

      • on safety oversight EAM 4 GUI 2

    • ICAO compliance SRC DOC 19

    • Setting national maximum tolerability of hazard severity 2 - 5 SRC DOC 15

    • Ask to attend the groups developing the material


Future development

  • ESARR Implementation support and monitoring


HELP!!

  • Regulators can approach the SRU for support through their SRC commissioner.

  • ANSP can approach the Support To State unit of EUROCONTROL.

    [email protected]

  • For interpretations contact the focal point in SRU [email protected]

  • For latest documents see the web site!

    • Http://www.eurocontrol.int/sru


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