ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP)

Report
Enhancing
safety management:
A global approach
Kang Huei Wang
Head (School of Aviation
Safety & Security)
Singapore Aviation Academy
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Enhancing safety management: A global approach
Evolution of global
safety initiatives
ICAO Global Aviation
Safety Plan (GASP)
Implementing safety
management
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Enhancing safety management: A global approach
Evolution of global
safety initiatives
ICAO Global Aviation
Safety Plan (GASP)
Implementing safety
management
www.flightsafety.org
Evolution of global safety initiatives
1996
• Large number of aviation
accidents and fatalities
• Expected growth in
international civil aviation
would result in an increasing
number of aircraft accidents
unless the accident rate is
reduced.
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Number of accidents with 100 or more fatalities
(1960-2012)
Source:planecrashinfo.com
1996
56 hull-loss accidents
1861 fatalities
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Evolution of global safety initiatives
1997
• The ICAO Air Navigation
Commission (ANC) developed
an ICAO Global Aviation
Safety Plan (GASP)
• To achieve a significant
decrease in the world-wide
accident rate.
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Evolution of global safety initiatives
ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP)
ICAO GASP
1997
1st edition
Technical work
programme
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ICAO GASP
2007
2nd edition
Global Aviation
Safety Roadmap
(GASR)
ICAO GASP
2014-2016
Continuou
s
improvem
ent
strategy
for
States
over
Enhancing safety management: A global approach
Evolution of global
safety initiatives
ICAO Global Aviation
Safety Plan (GASP)
Implementing safety
management
www.flightsafety.org
ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: 2014
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ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: 2014
GASP objectives
Near-Term
(by 2017)
• Implementation of an effective
safety oversight system
Mid-Term
(by 2022)
• Full implementation of the
ICAO State Safety
Programme Framework
Long-Term
(by 2027)
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• Advanced safety
oversight system
including predictive
risk management
ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: 2014
Overview of strategy to achieve GASP objectives
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ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: 2014
Global priorities
• Improving
runway
safety
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2
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• Reducing
CFIT
accidents
• Loss of control in-flight
accidents and incidents
ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan: 2014
GASP framework
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Global safety performance
(average of 60%)
Effective implementation of USOAP Critical Elements per UN geographical region
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Global safety performance
Effective implementation of USOAP areas
58%
Aerodromes
Air Navigation Services
53%
Accident Investigation
51%
72%
Airworthiness
Operations
66%
Licensing
Organization
Legislation
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71%
63%)
70%
Global safety objectives
Overview of strategy to achieve GASP objectives
2017
2022
2027
• All States establish
effective safety
oversight systems
• States with
effective safety
oversight (over
60% EI) to fully
implement SSP
• States/stakeholders
to support RASGs
with the sharing of
safety information
• All Member States
fully implement the
ICAO SSP
Framework
• Member States
implement safety
capabilities as
necessary to
support future Air
Navigation Systems
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• RASGs to
incorporate
regional
monitoring and
safety
management
programmes
Implementing effective safety oversight
ESTABLISH
CE1: LEGISLATION
CE2: REGULATIONS
CE3: ORGANISATION
CE4: TECHNICAL
STAFF &
QUALIFIED
TRAINING
CE5: TECHNICAL
GUIDANCE
& TOOLS
Critical elements of a
State safety oversight system
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CE6: LICENSING,
CERTIFICATION,
APPROVAL
CE7: CONTINUOUS
SURVEILLANCE
CE8: RESOLUTION
OF SAFETY
CONCERNS
IMPLEMENT
Enhancing safety management: A global approach
Evolution of global
safety initiatives
ICAO Global Aviation
Safety Plan (GASP)
Implementing safety
management
www.flightsafety.org
Implementing safety management
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Implementing safety management
• The GASP calls for those States having mature safety
oversight systems to progress toward full implementation
of State safety programmes.
• In the near-term, States that have achieved effective
implementation levels over 60% are
to fully implement SSP by 2017, with SSP fully
implemented in all Member States by 2022.
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Implementing safety management
Safety performance
areas
Standardization
Collaboration
Investment
Safety information
exchange
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Safety management
Implementing safety management
Safety performance
areas
Safety management
Standardization
Consistent
implementation of SSP
Collaboration
Consistent
implementation of SMS
Investment
Effective reporting of
errors and incidents
Safety information
exchange
Implementation of riskbased standardization
initiatives
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Implementing safety management
Safety performance
areas
Standardization
Collaboration
Investment
Safety information
exchange
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Safety management
Coordination of regional
safety management
implementation
programmes
Promotion of a
multi-disciplinary risk
management approach
Measurement of safety
performance
Implementing safety management
Safety performance
areas
Safety management
Standardization
Investments in
infrastructure and
technology
Collaboration
Investment
Funding for aviation
research and
development
Safety information
exchange
Investments in
aviation professionals
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Implementing safety management
Safety performance
areas
Safety management
Standardization
Support of safety
management
implementation
Collaboration
Consistent assessment
of safety performance
Investment
Appropriate use of
shared information
Safety information
exchange
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Safety information
protection mechanisms
SSP – SMS relationship
Production
Protection
State
Safety
Programme
(SSP)
Acceptance
Compliance
oversight
Performance-based
oversight
Organization’s
Safety
Management
system (SMS)
Service delivery
Objective:
Support
production
goals and
customer
satisfaction
Safety assurance
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Services provider
Objective:
Safety risk
management
State
Objective:
Safety risk
management
SSP – SMS relationship
The Bridge
State
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ALoSP
Safety
performance
SSP
SMS
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Service
providers
Thank You
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