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Module N° 3 – ICAO SARPs related to safety management. SSP – A structured approach. Module 8 SSP familiarization plan. Module 7 SSP training programme. Module 4 ICAO SSP framework. Module 5 State ALoS. Module 6 Prescription / Performance based environment. Module 2

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ssp a structured approach
SSP – A structured approach

Module 8

SSP familiarization plan

Module 7

SSP training programme

Module 4

ICAO SSP framework

Module 5

State ALoS

Module 6

Prescription / Performance based environment

Module 2

Basic safety management concepts

Module 3

ICAO SARPs related to safety management

Module 3

ICAO SARPs related to safety management

Module 1Introduction to the SSP familiarization course

objective
Objective
  • At the end of this module, participants will be familiar with ICAO SARPs and related guidance material concerning safety management; and the role of the SSP in ensuring that safety risk controls are established
contents
Contents
  • The big picture
  • What is an SSP?
  • What is an SMS?
  • Safety accountabilities
  • SSP/SMS relationships
  • State’s safety oversight
  • Critical elements
  • Service providers responsibilities
  • Questions
icao safety management sarps the big picture
ICAO safety management SARPs – The big picture
  • Two audience groups
    • States
    • Service providers
  • Three distinct requirements
    • State safety programme (SSP)
      • Acceptable level of safety (ALoS)
    • Safety management System (SMS)
      • Safety performance of the SMS
    • Management accountability
basic safety management sarps part i
Basic safety management SARPs – Part I
  • States shall establish a State safety programme (SSP), in order to achieve an acceptable level of safety (ALoS) in civil aviation
what is an ssp
What is an SSP?
  • An integrated set of regulations and activities aimed at improving safety
  • An SSP is a management system for the management of safety by the State
ssp in context
SSP in context
  • The implementation of an SSP must be commensurate with the size and complexity of the State’s aviation system
ssp in context9
SSP in context
  • The implementation of an SSP may require coordination among multiples authorities responsible for individual element functions in the State
basic safety management sarps part i10
Basic safety management SARPs – Part I
  • The acceptable level of safety (ALoS) to be achieved shall be established by the State
basic safety management sarps part ii
Basic safety management SARPs – Part II
  • States shall require, as part of their State safety programme (SSP), that a [service provider]implement a safety management system (SMS) acceptable to the State that, as a minimum:
    • identifies safety hazards;
    • ensures the implementation of remedial action necessary to maintain agreed safety performance
    • provides for continuous monitoring and regular assessment of the safety performance; and
    • aims at a continuous improvement of the overall performance of the safety management system
service providers
Service providers
  • The following service providers are required to implement ICAO SARPs on SMS:
    • Approved training organizations that are exposed to safety risks during the provision of their services
    • Aircraft operators
    • Approved maintenance

organizations

    • Organizations responsible for

design and/or manufacture of

aircraft

    • Air traffic services providers
    • Certified aerodromes
what is an sms
What is an SMS?
  • A systematic approach to managing safety, including the necessary organizational structures, accountabilities, policies and procedures
  • Service providers are responsible for establishing an SMS
  • States are responsible, under the SSP, for the acceptance and oversight of service providers’ SMS
basic safety management sarps part iii
Basic safety management SARPs – Part III
  • A safety management system (SMS) shall clearly define lines of safety accountability throughout a service provider organization, including a direct accountability for safety on the part of senior management

(Accountability –

Obligation or

willingness

to account for

one’s actions)

state safety responsibilities and accountabilities
State safety responsibilities and accountabilities
  • The State should identify and clearly define the safety requirements, responsibilities and accountabilities regarding the establishment and maintenance of the SSP
state safety responsibilities and accountabilities16
State safety responsibilities and accountabilities
  • Safety responsibilities within an SSP are functions and duties which describe the safety purpose of what an individual is required to do, with regard to the operation of the SSP
  • Safety accountabilities within an SSP are statements of what an individual is required to deliver, either directly or through supervision and management of others, including those to whom the individual has delegated responsibility, with regard to the operation of the SSP
basic safety management sarps in summary
Basic safety management SARPs in summary

State

Service provider

  • States shall establish a State safety programme (SSP), in order to achieve an acceptable level of safety (ALoS) in civil aviation.
  • The acceptable level of safety (ALoS) to be achieved shall be established by the State.
  • States shall require, as part of their State safety programme (SSP), that a [service provider]implements a safety management system (SMS) acceptable to the State that, as a minimum:
  • identifies safety hazards;
  • ensures the implementation of remedial action necessary to maintain agreed safety performance.
  • provides for continuing monitoring and regular assessment of the safety performance; and
  • aims at a continuous improvement of the overall performance of the SMS.
ssp sms relationship
SSP – SMS relationship

Production

Protection

State

Safety

Programme (SSP)

Objective:

Safety risk

management

State

  • Performance-based
  • oversight
  • Acceptance
  • Compliance

oversight

Objective:

Support

production

goals and

customer

satisfaction

Service delivery

Organization’s

Safety

Management

system (SMS)

Objective:

Safety risk

management

Services provider

  • Safety assurance
state s safety oversight
State’s safety oversight

State’s

Safety

oversight

  • Acceptance
  • Compliance
  • oversight

Service providers

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State’s safety oversight
  • Safety oversight is defined as a function by which States ensure effective implementation of the safety related SARPs and associated procedures
  • The implementation of an effective safety oversight system is based upon the eight critical elements for safety oversight (CE)
state s safety oversight22
State’s safety oversight
  • The objectives of a State’s safety oversight are satisfied through administrative controls (inspections, audits and surveys) carried out regularly by the State (CAA)
state s safety oversight23
State’s safety oversight
  • States generally have a system of regulations, but do not require a safety risk analysis as pre-requisite for regulatory development
  • States may not monitor the effectiveness of regulations as safety risk controls
  • A State’s safety oversight system may not include safety risk controls
state s safety oversight24
State’s safety oversight
  • Regulation development under an SSP observes safety risk management principles, as follows
    • Hazard identification
    • Safety risk analysis
    • Mitigation of hazard’s consequences
    • Measurement of mitigation effectiveness and efficiency
  • The SSP ensures safety risk controls are established
regulations as safety risk controls
Regulations as safety risk controls

Production

Protection

State

Safety

Programme (SSP)

Objective:

Safety risk

management

State

  • Performance-based
  • oversight
  • Acceptance
  • Compliance

oversight

Objective:

Support

production

goals and

customer

satisfaction

Service delivery

Organization’s

Safety

Management

system (SMS)

Objective:

Safety risk

management

Services provider

  • Safety assurance