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John Vincent, Deputy Director for Strategic Safety & Head of safety Analysis Department, EASA

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  • The sharing of roles and responsibilities established by the Basic Regulation has brought about the need for a common effort to find a novel strategy to implementing the ICAO SSP requirements in Europe.

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  • 1. The European Aviation Safety Programme – EASP A pioneer approach for safety in Europe John Vincent Deputy Director for Strategic Safety Madrid, 24-25 March 2011
  • 2. Index
    • Strategic approach
    • The Programme
    • The first Plan
    • Keys to success and conclusions
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 3. Strategic approach
  • 4. Por que? (Why?)
    • ICAO promotes the principles of Safety Management (SMS/SSP).
    • Systems like EU need further consideration:
      • In the European System responsibilities are shared (Basic Regulation).
      • MS and EASA need to work together to enact an SSP.
    • There is a need for a European Aviation Safety Programme.
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 5. European Aviation Safety Advisory Committee (EASAC)
    • Operational since October 2009
    • Advisory role
    • Main objectives:
      • Contribute to the development of the Strategy (with EC)
      • Propose a Safety Programme
      • Propose and update a Safety Plan
    • Comprised of Commission, NAAs, Industry and Agency representatives
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 6. Definitions
    • Strategy
      • The European Safety Strategy is a set of policies and objectives which are laid down by the European Commission
    • Programme
      • The European Aviation Safety Programme is an integrated set of regulations and activities aimed at improving safety
    • Plan
      • The European Aviation Safety Plan is a high level safety issues assessment and related action plan
      • The Plan is a key element of the EASP
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 7. The Big Picture 24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 8. Two deliverables 24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar Processes Actions
  • 9. The Programme
  • 10. The EASP manual
    • Describes the EU Aviation Safety System and Safety Management System
    • Describes how to build a European Aviation Safety Plan
    • Three complementary functions:
      • Rulemaking
      • Oversight
      • Safety assurance and promotion
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 11. Three complementary functions 24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar 28/03/11 DATA IN ACTION OUT Rulemaking Oversight Safety Promot Safety Management Rulemaking Oversight Safety Promotio SSP Rulemaking Oversight Safety Assurance and Promotion SSP + ASP EASP MS EASA
  • 12. The first Plan 2011-2014
  • 13. In summary…
    • Deals with high level and European wide safety concerns
    • Bottom-up approach
    • Proposes organisational and technical actions
    • Coordinated with MS SSP
    • Updated every year
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 14. Main areas/issues 24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 15. Main areas/issues 24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 16. Systemic Issues
    • Working with States to address SSPs
    • Working with States to foster the implementation of SMS in the industry
    • Safety management enablers:
      • Sharing safety information
      • Just Culture
      • SPIs and associated data stream
    • Complexity of the system
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 17. Operational Issues
    • Commercial Air transportation
      • Runways excursions
      • Mid-air collisions
      • Controlled flight into terrain
      • Loss of control in flight
      • Ground collisions
    • Other types of operation:
      • Helicopter
      • General Aviation
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 18. Emerging Issues
    • Next products, systems, technologies and operations
    • Environmental factors
    • Regulatory considerations
    • Next generation of aviation safety professionals
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 19. Keys to success and conclusions
  • 20. Key success factors
    • Safety Data
      • Acquire
      • Share
      • Analyse
    • Partnership with regulators and active participation of industry
    • SMS cannot be implemented without data
    • Just culture
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 21. Conclusions
    • "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.“ – Confucius
    • In line with ICAO principles
    • To help States and Industry
    • European Aviation Safety Programme: the way forward to improve safety
    • EASA is committed to implement the European Aviation Safety Plan
    24-25/03/2011 ICAO-COPAC International Safety Seminar
  • 22. Thank you Gracias www.easa.europa.eu