SMS Seminar briefing 135 ELJ

SMS Seminar briefing 135 ELJ - Introduction to Safety...

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Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration Introduction to Safety Management Systems (SMS) 135 Seminar Elwyn Jordan, Aviation Safety Inspector April 18 & 19, 2007
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Federal Aviation Administration 2 Introduction to Safety Management Systems SMS Definitions AOC – Air Carrier Operating Certificate AMO – Aviation Maintenance Organization ATO – Aviation Training Organization ASAP - Aviation Safety Action Program FAA AVS – FAA Aviation Safety Division FA Act – FAA Aviation Act of 1958 FOQA – Flight Operational Quality Assurance ICAO – International Civil Aviation Organization QMS – ISO 9000 Quality Management System SASO – Systems Approach to Safety Oversight SMS – Safety Management System
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Federal Aviation Administration 3 Introduction to Safety Management Systems SMS Purpose and Methods The purpose of a safety management system is to provide a systematic way to control risk and to provide assurance that those risk controls are effective
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Federal Aviation Administration 4 Introduction to Safety Management Systems A Managerial Approach: ICAO view Safety should be approached in the same way as any other important objective – through careful, effective management Safety management combines system safety and quality management (US Translation) Safety Risk Management Safety Assurance
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Federal Aviation Administration 5 Introduction to Safety Management Systems FAA Support of the SMS Concept U.S. Response to the Annex 6 proposal endorsed the SMS concept Prior U.S. implementation of system safety- based oversight systems ATOS SASO FAA (AVS) will also apply safety management concepts to oversight activities
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Federal Aviation Administration 6 Introduction to Safety Management Systems ICAO Annex 6 Requirements “…a safety management system acceptable to the State of the Operator that, as a minimum: identifies safety hazards ; ensures that remedial action necessary to maintain an acceptable level of safety is implemented; and provides for continuous monitoring and regular assessment of the safety level achieved.” …and, aims to make continuous improvement to the overall level of safety (proposed amendment)
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Federal Aviation Administration 7 Introduction to Safety Management Systems Annex 6 requirements (cont.) “An accepted safety management system shall clearly define lines of safety accountability throughout the operator’s organization, including a direct accountability for safety on the part of senior management.”
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Federal Aviation Administration 8 Introduction to Safety Management Systems Safety and Other Business Objectives Safety is not the primary objective of any business enterprise—businesses exist to perform a mission and fulfill customer requirements Safety must be managed
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