Safety management system “Safety Management System” is a management tool for the management of safety by an organisation, reflecting an organised and orderly approach.
SMS Framework SMS Framework is to provide one standard format (basic conceptual structure) for aviation service providers to use developing and implementing an SMS. It provides a functional framework consisting of a set of expectations for SMS processes. SMS Framework supports the entire SMS It provide a clearer understanding of components, elements and processes.
SMS Framework - Component The ICAO SMS framework consists of four components and twelve elements 1. Safety policy and objectives 2. Safety risk management 3. Safety assurance 4. Safety promotion
SMS Framework - Element 1. Safety policy and objectives 1.1 – Management commitment and responsibility 1.2 – Safety accountabilities 1.3 – Appointment of key safety personnel 1.4 – Coordination of emergency response planning 1.5 – SMS documentation
SMS Framework - Element 2. Safety risk management 2.1 – Hazard identification 2.2 – Safety risk assessment and mitigation
SMS Framework - Element 3. Safety assurance 3.1 – Safety performance monitoring and measurement 3.2 – The management of change 3.3 – Continuous improvement of the SMS
SMS Framework - Element 4. Safety promotion 4.1 – Training and education 4.2 – Safety communication
SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT A service provider shall develop and maintain safety data collection and processing systems (SDCPS) that provide for the identification of hazards and the analysis, assessment and mitigation of safety risks SDCPS shall include reactive, proactive and predictive methods of safety data collection
2.1 Hazard identification a) reporting of hazards, events or safety concerns; b) collection and storage of safety data; c) analysis of the safety data; and d) distribution of the safety information distilled from the safety data
2.2 Safety performance monitoring and measurement Safety performance monitoring and measurement means shall include the following: a) hazard reporting systems; b) safety audits; c) safety surveys; d) safety reviews; e) safety studies; and f) internal safety investigations
4.2 Safety communication a) ensure that all staff are fully aware of the SMS; b) convey safety-critical information; c) explain why particular safety actions are taken; d) explain why safety procedures are introduced or changed; and e) convey generic safety information
4.2 Safety communication Formal means of safety communication shall include inter alia: a) safety policies and procedures; b) newsletters; c) bulletins; and d) websites
PLAN FOR IMPLEMENTATION Phase 2: At one-year (20.07.2011) a) a documented safety management plan; b) documented policies and procedures relating to the required SMS components; c) a process for occurrence reporting with the associated supportive elements such as training, a method of collecting, storing and distributing data, and a risk management process
Phase II Phase II — Reactive processes should put into practice those elements of the SMS implementation plan that refer to safety risk management based on reactive processes: a. hazard identification and safety risk management using reactive processes;
Phase II b. training relevant to: 1. SMS implementation plan components; and 2. safety risk management (reactive processes). c. documentation relevant to: 1. SMS implementation plan components; and 2. safety risk management (reactive processes).
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