„HAZID-AIRPORT“ a Contribution to Safety Management System

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Challenges of the „Airport System“
• complicated/complex system, containing
– several process responsible organisations – several customer-supplier relations, partly nested one into the others – interlocked areas of responsibility

• interfaces in the area of safety relevant infrastructures and support services, specially Airport Operator and Air Navigation Services
– several participants to the system – different sets of standards to be applied (ICAO, EUROCONTROL, EU) – interorganisational processes – conflict of objectives with process owners

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Objectives of an overall SMS „Airport“

1. holistic approach übergeordnete Betrachtungsweise des Gesamtsystems Flughafen 2. avoidance of system discontinuation and lacks of responsibility

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What is „HAZID-AIRPORT“?
• • • Systematic identification, analysis and assessment of hazards (Preliminary Hazard Analysis) setting up and maintaining a Preliminary Hazard Catalogue per Airport with SMS one the base lines for the steering of
– Safety Management Systems of Stakeholders – active assets of FOCA (Regulation, Approval, Oversight)

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Airports with IFR OPS: Altenrhein, Bern, Les Eplatures, Genève, Grenchen, Lugano, Sion, Zürich, Buochs other Aerodromes to be defined clear split of roles between Safety Responsibility (Stakeholder) and Oversight (FOCA)
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How does „HAZID-AIRPORT“ work?
• Embedding into SMS-Conzept with Stakeholders and with FOCA • Risik based and systematic Approach (Warning: Complexity!) • documented process • Transparency between FOCA and other players within the HAZID-Study circle • punktual Safety Improvement Actions are executed anytime when considered necessary

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„HAZID-AIRPORT“ Process
1. Preparation Phase (FOCA) 2. Kick-off: 1 d Briefing of Safety officers of airports and ANS units 3. Workshop I: 3 d (Identification of Hazards) 4. Drafting of Preliminary Hazard List: 3 w 5. Workshop II: 5 d (completing Hazard List and Analysis) 6. Detail Review: 3 w 7. Workshop III: d (Finalisation) TOTAL TIME PER CASE: ca. 4 months
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Planning HAZID-AIRPORT (SPECIMEN)
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Summary
• HAZID-AIRPORT as an answer on the „Safety of the Overall Airport System“ challenge • recognised methodology • supporting the initial phase of the Stakeholder‘s SMS Processes • common proceeding of Stakeholders and Regulator, maintaining the defined roles and responsibilities • organic part of the Safety Management Systems of Stakeholders and FOCA • to exclude any misunderstanding: do not wait for HAZIDAIRPORT, just commence Safety Management now!
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