Objectives of ats safety management system the safety

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Objectives of ATS Safety Management System The safety objectives applicable to the provisions of ATS within airspaces and aerodromes controlled by Airports Authority of India have been formally established as below: 1. Ensure that the established level of safety applicable to the provision of ATS within airspace or at an aerodrome is met. 2. Ensure that safety-related enhancements are implemented whenever necessary. (c) UPES, Not for Reproduction/ Sale
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UNIT 13: Safety Management in Air Operation Areas Notes ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ 3. Ensure that the achievement of satisfactory safety in ATM shall be accorded the highest priority over commercial, environmental and social pressures. 4. Ensure that Airports Authority of India's safety policy, organizational responsibilities and positional responsibilities are understood by its employees whenever their activities may have impact on safety. 5. Ensure that there is a system in place to assess the safety implications and safety hazards in ATM operations and to determine the action necessary to minimize those hazards, and to monitor the implementation of that action on a periodic basis. 6. Control and manage safety hazards in any change to existing systems, equipment or procedures to ensure any unacceptable hazards are eliminated by the time the change is completed. 7. Ensure that processes are in place which delivers personnel who are adequately trained, motivated and competent to perform the tasks required of them, in addition to being properly rated if so required and to monitor their continuing competence on a periodic basis. 8. Ensure that processes are in place to facilitate the safe and effective management of the operations of air traffic services, aeronautical telecommunications services and aeronautical radio navigation facilities on a continuing basis. 9. Ensure that processes are in place to minimize the impact of any abnormal operation on those utilizing the service and report and record the abnormal operation, thereby providing a mechanism for review, as and when required, after the event. 10. Ensure that processes are in place to deliver accurate presentation of aeronautical information to the users of that information as and when they require it. 11. Ensure that the control of entry of personnel into operational fire fighting functions and to periodically monitor and endorse the continuing competency of those personnel. 12. Comply with ICAO standards for ATS messages recording and access to recordings on a continuing basis. 13. Ensure that processes are in place which assures the provision of facilities for safe navigation on an ongoing basis. (c) UPES, Not for Reproduction/ Sale
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Notes ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ Aviation Safety & Security Management Check Your Progress Fill in the blanks: 1. Foreign Object Damage (FOD) to an aircraft can be caused by the following; …………… . 2. Three major areas where pilots can help are: (i) Communications (ii) Airport knowledge and (iii) …………… . Summary This unit describes the safety measures of air operation areas. It describes the ramp area operations. Ramp operations include refuelling, ground power supply, routine checks, etc. It also
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