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Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) - Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA) Henry Gourdji Chief, Safety Oversight Audit Section. HIGH LEVEL SAFETY CONFERENCE Montreal 29 March 2010. Overview. Background Our Marching Orders Objective of CMA Transition Plan

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high level safety conference montreal 29 march 2010

Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) - Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA)Henry GourdjiChief, Safety Oversight Audit Section

HIGH LEVEL SAFETY CONFERENCE

Montreal

29 March 2010

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

overview
Overview
  • Background
  • Our Marching Orders
  • Objective of CMA
  • Transition Plan
  • Impact on Member States
  • CMA Benefits

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

background evolution of the usoap
Background – Evolution of the USOAP

Mandatory

Audit Programme

(USOAP)

1999 – 2004

Annexes 1, 6, 8

Annex-by-Annex

Approach

Comprehensive

Systems

Approach

2005 + 2010

Safety-related

Provisions in all

Safety-related

Annexes

CMA

USOAP

beyond

2010

A-36/4

35TH

A

S

S

E

M

B

L

Y

’04

36TH

A

S

S

E

M

B

L

Y

’07

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

our marching orders
Consider options for the evolution of USOAP beyond 2010 based on the concept of continuous monitoring.

To incorporate the analysis of safety risk factors, and apply them on a universal basis, to assess, on an ongoing basis, States’ oversight capability.

Assembly Resolution A36-4 refers

Our Marching Orders

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

slide5

CMA Developed with Global Input

CMA

WORKING GROUP

CMA

ADVISORY GROUP

CMA

STEERING COMITTEE

CMA

METHODOLOGY

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

slide7

Objective of USOAP- CMA Beyond 2010

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

  • Promote global aviation safety through continuously monitoring States’ safety oversight capabilities
  • Enhance States’ safety oversight and safety management capabilities, by:
    • Identifying safety deficiencies;
    • Assessing associated safety risks; and
    • Developing strategies for mitigation
    • Prioritize assistance
transition plan
Transition Plan

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

cma cycle chart
CMA Cycle Chart

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

state obligations during the transition period
State obligations during the transition period
  • Sign a new MoU
  • Identify a National Continuous Monitoring Coordinator (NCMC) (formerly NSOC)
  • Manage the online State Aviation Activity Questionnaire (SAAQ)
  • The NCMC and other State personnel receive training on using the CMA on line framework
  • Periodically update their USOAP audit corrective action plan

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

cma benefits
Transition from a one-time assessment activity “snap-shot” to a continuous monitoring process

Provides for collective sharing of safety data.

Establishes continuous monitoring of States’ safety oversight capabilities.

Allows for identification of safety risks.

Should evolve to monitor the safety performance of Member States.

CMA Benefits

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

cma benefits1
Real time and interactive online system (Web Supported).

Long term, cost effective, resource efficient and sustainable approach.

A layered approach will incorporate various Intervention activities, including full CSA audits and limited audits depending on the level of information made available by States.

CMA Benefits

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

cma benefits2
Consistent with the policy of the Organization to pursue a proactive approach to safety under the safety management concept.

Promotes and encourages the sharing of safety information by regional and international organizations.

CMA Benefits

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010

thank you
Thank you

HLSC 29 March to 1 April 2010