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Safety Management Systems (SMS) and IS-BAO. Katherine Perfetti IBAC. Who Is. International Business Aircraft Council (IBAC) Non-profit, non-government, non-lobbying Members: 15 Associations representing business/corporate and on-demand operators worldwide Represent interests at ICAO

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who is
Who Is..

International Business Aircraft Council (IBAC)

  • Non-profit, non-government, non-lobbying
  • Members: 15 Associations representing business/corporate and on-demand operators worldwide
  • Represent interests at ICAO
  • Manage IS-BAO program on behalf of all member associations

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

  • Gov’t/ UN Organization
  • Members: States
  • Publish Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) in form of Annexes
    • States obligated to write rules to implement SARPs or file differences
regulatory status
Regulatory Status
  • Annex 6 Part I
    • Commercial Operators
      • NEW SMS program acceptable to State effective January 1, 2009
  • Annex 6 Part II Amendment 27
    • Non-commercial Operators of Turbojet and Large Airplanes (also recommended for corporate operators-3 or more aircraft and paid crew)
    • Effective November 18, 2010
    • SMS plus additional requirements including manuals, training, fatigue countermeasures program and more!
icao considerations
ICAO Considerations
  • Annex 6 Part II (International General Aviation) proportional to Part I and protect third party interests
  • Safety record shows individual/ operator responsibility and industry codes of practice effective
  • Performance based standards and use of industry codes of practice as means of compliance
what is is bao
Code of best practices developed and maintained by industry for industry

Rolled out in 2002 after 2 years of testing and development

Foundation is a Safety Management System (SMS)

Comprehensive standards based on ICAO standards, best practices, and ISO

What is IS-BAO?
is bao registration
Voluntary program

Meets ICAO Annex 6 part II requirements-Recognized by some States as means of compliance

Registration encouraged

Implement program

External audit

Focus on SMS

3 Stages of SMS

Goal:

Positive safety culture

Raise the safety bar

IS-BAO Registration
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SMS
  • Proactive management of safety risks in YOUR operation
  • Systematic and comprehensive process
  • Not a stand alone system—links to ALL aspects of your operation and includes ALL personnel!
sms model
SMS Model
  • Safety Policy and Objectives
  • Safety Risk Management
  • Safety Assurance
  • Safety Promotion
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Accident

Defences

UnsafeActs

Preconditions

Window

of Opportunity

Line Management

Decision Makers

Unsafe Acts

and Latent

Unsafe Conditions

- James Reason’s MODEL

risk management formula
Risk Management Formula
  • Identify hazards
    • Method appropriate to size, complexity, culture of company
  • Assess and measure YOUR safety risks
  • Mitigate to eliminate the hazard or reduce the risk to an acceptable level
  • Track mitigations to ensure they are appropriate and effective
  • Modify mitigations as required
performance based standards
Performance Based Standards
  • WHAT you must do
  • HOW you meet the standard depends on size, complexity of flight department and individual company’s risk
  • Standards cover all aspects of an operation
    • SMS, Organization, Personnel, Training, Operations/ Intl, Ops Manual, Equipment, Maintenance, Occupational Safety, ERP, Dangerous Goods, Environment, Security
why should i do this
Why should I do this?
  • Safety/ security
  • Corporate due diligence
  • Business case
  • Efficiency/ effectiveness
  • Teamwork
  • Meet an international standard
  • Insurance
  • Regulatory compliance
is bao status
IS-BAO Status
  • Worldwide implementation/ acceptance
  • Over 1300 manuals in distribution
  • 350 registered operators and growing worldwide
  • Increased numbers of charter operators
  • Upcoming helicopter version/ guidance
    • Agreement with HAI, EHA, BHA
  • Implementation and service providers
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Thank you…

Contact Information:

kperfetti@ibac.org