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International Civil Aviation Organization

Global Safety Analysis
ICAO’s Safety Initiatives

Air Navigation Bureau
T/O Miguel Marin

A More Strategic Approach
 ICAO Safety Framework
Policy & Standardization
– GASP Update – Safety Annex

Safety Analysis

– Evolving to a risk-based process – Continuous Monitoring Approach – Runway Safety

Safety Monitoring Implementation
2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City, June 15-16

Current Global Aviation Safety Plan
 A high-level policy document guiding efforts of the States, industry and international organizations  Update scheduled for 2011 will introduce safety management principles to create a strategic approach to implementation of global safety initiatives  Accomplished in parallel and in harmony with the Global Aviation Safety Roadmap (GASR)

2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City, June 15-16

Overview of Updated GASP  Objective – – – Strategic coordination of global safety activities Guide the prioritization and allocation of aviation safety resources Measureable achievement of global safety goals GASP 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 .

Strategic Approach  Goal – Reduce the risk of loss of human life through continuously enhancing aviation safety Safety targets will be defined according to risk criteria Continually measured for significant change Linked to global safety targets Specific metrics will monitor GSI effectiveness 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16  Safety Targets Goal Safety Targets Global Safety Initiatives – – – –  Global Safety Initiatives .

June 15-16 .Proposed Safety Targets  General Target – Reduce the number of fatalities resulting from aviation accidents worldwide irrespective of the volume of traffic the global fatal accident rate  Supporting Safety Targets (risk-based) – Significantly reduce the rate of high-risk accidents and serious incidents including: • Runway related events • Loss of control in-flight • Controlled flight into terrain 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

Global Safety Initiatives  Developed to enhance safety globally. by addressing safety issues specific to States  GSI focus will follow a progressive implementation model – building safety management practices on sound fundamental safety oversight systems  GSI metrics will monitor progress. June 15-16 . providing timely information regarding the global state of safety  Information sharing is essential to the implementation and measurement of many GSIs 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

Use of Technology to Enhance Safety GSI 9 .Implementation of State Safety Programme (SSP) GSI 8 .Continuous Monitoring and Improvement of State’s Aviation Safety System 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.Implementation of International Standards and Recommended Practices GSI 2 .Establishment and Management of a Safety Reporting System GSI 6 .Establishment and Management of a Regulatory Oversight System GSI 3 .Establishment and Management of Accident and Incident Investigation Capabilities GSI 5 . June 15-16 .Maintaining Sufficient Number of Qualified Personnel GSI 4 .Alignment and Coordination of Regional Programmes GSI 7 .Proposed Global Safety Initiatives GSI 1 .

8.14 1 1. 11. 8.13 1. 6. June 15-16 Denomination Safety Management Programme Annex 11.13.11.14 1.14 Safety Management SARPs for Service Providers Date Nov 2001 Jan 2009 Nov 2010 Nov 2010 Nov 2013 SMS SMS SMS Framework (Appendix) SMS 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. 11. 6.14 8 . 11.14 6.Current SSP / SMS SARPs Safety Management SARPs for States Date Nov 2006 Nov 2010 Nov 2010 SSP SSP Framework (Attachment) Denomination Safety Programme Annex 6.

in close collaboration with States. in addition to specifying the high level safety responsibilities of States RECOMMENDATION 2/5 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 . a new Annex dedicated to safety management responsibilities and processes which would address the safety management responsibilities of States framed under the State Safety Programme (SSP)  The new Safety Management Annex should facilitate the provision of State and air carrier safety information to the travelling public. international and national organizations.ICAO High-level Safety Conference 2010  ICAO should develop.

2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. an in-depth review of SARPs will be initiated to assess whether they need to be amended or expanded. June 15-16 . – Concurrently.Related Council Decision  Two phased development process: 19 Safety Management – Initial phase focused on the reorganization of existing SARPs and supporting guidance material.

June 15-16 .Safety Management Guidance Material  Safety Management Manual – – Update planned for 2011 Detailed guidance to be developed for SMS / SSP implementation 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

June 15-16 .ICAO is “Walking the Talk”  Safety Analysis – – – Integrated Safety Trend Analysis & Reporting System (iSTARS) Analytical support for ICAO safety programmes and worldwide audits Leverages the benefits of data provided by multiple stakeholders 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

icao.iSTARS www. June 15-16 .int 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

The Benefits of Information Sharing • Aggregation – The combination of multiple like data sources – Enhances data quality & increases sample sizes to identify emerging safety issues – Enables comparative benchmarking analyses to determine best practices 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 .

June 15-16 .The Benefits of Information Sharing • Integration – The combination of multiple disparate types of data – Provides comprehensive perspective to identify systemic hazards – Essential to mitigate complex safety issues 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

The Benefits of Information Sharing • Efficiency – Information sharing can reduce or eliminate duplication of effort – Proven synergies related to safety audit practices – Operational savings realized through proactive use of shared information 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 .

June 15-16 .An Important Distinction • Data or information? – Data consists of facts • May be sensitive or create liability – Information is the result of data analysis • May be more easily exchanged with external entities – Common taxonomies and interoperable data management systems are essential 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

June 15-16 . there are costs… • Issue: – Information sharing requires investment of time & resources • Expected outcome: – ICAO is working with Member States & industry partners to facilitate exchange of safety information 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.But.

or compromise organizational interests • Expected outcome: – ICAO multidisciplinary Task Force will enhance protective standards & recommended practices 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 .…as well as risks • Issue: – Shared information has potential to create liability.

A Pragmatic Approach • Develop multidisciplinary strategies • Data / information requirements defined by analysis objectives • Metrics & analytic methods must be harmonized • Governance – a critical component to achieve multidisciplinary objectives 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 .

2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. the FAA and the EU. June 15-16 . – First meetings have looked at information to be shared and how to harmonize exposure data (ex: accident rates) and safety outreach activities . – A steering group involving all participants has been established.The Global Safety Information Exchange (GSIE) • Sharing aviation safety information among key players in the civil aviation community: – Initial partners are ICAO. IATA.

CMA Online Framework • The applications within the online framework will facilitate the administration and management of: • • • • • • • State Aviation Activity Questionnaires ( SAAQs) Compliance Checklists (CCs) Protocol Questions (PQs) Mandatory Information Requests (MIRs) Finding and Recommendations (F&Rs) Significant Safety Concerns (SSCs) and Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) • This enhances the effectiveness and efficiency of the USOAP CMA in identifying deficiencies and associated safety risks. 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico .

Online Safety Framework Resources Data Management Systems USOAP Web Site eFOD iSTARS Air Navigation Plan AN Deficiencies ICAONET RASG Products Customers CAA and Council Global Safety Awareness Processes Regional/State Safety Awareness Carry out Safety Oversight Responsibilities File/Research Differences to ICAO SARPs Keep aircraft and air operators data up to date Aircraft Registry System (ARS) Air Operator Certificate System (AOC) Inspectors Look up Safety information on Aircraft 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 .

June 15-16 .Online Safety Framework Resources Data Management Systems USOAP Web Site eFOD iSTARS Air Navigation Plan AN Deficiencies ICAONET RASG Products Customers CAA and Council Global Safety Awareness Processes Regional/State Safety Awareness Carry out Safety Oversight Responsibilities File/Research Differences to ICAO SARPs Keep aircraft and air operators data up to date Aircraft Registry System (ARS) CMA Online Framework Inspectors Look up Safety information on Aircraft Air Operator Certificate System (AOC) 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

June 15-16 .Online Safety Framework Resources Data Management Systems USOAP Web Site eFOD iSTARS Air Navigation Plan AN Deficiencies ICAONET RASG Products Customers CAA and Council Global Safety Awareness Processes Regional/State Safety Awareness Carry out Safety Oversight Responsibilities File/Research Differences to ICAO SARPS SARPs Keep aircraft and air operators data up to date Aircraft Registry System (ARS) File/Research Differences Inspectors Look up Safety information on Aircraft Air Operator Certificate System (AOC) 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

June 15-16 .Safety Monitoring The Transition to CMA  Two-year transition to the CMA (2011-2012)  CMA implementation will begin January 2013 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

ANSPs and other stakeholders 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.Creating Comprehensive Solutions  420 Participants convened to address our top safety issues related to runway safety  A multidisciplinary approach. airport operators. June 15-16 . involving airlines.

GRSS Outcomes  One size does not fit all   Solutions need to account for local conditions yet be standardized and harmonized to ensure interoperability Runway incursions and excursions are the main issues but other aspects such as Bird Strike. FOD should not be overlooked International organizations have committed to work together to compile and promote proven solutions and endorse best practices Runway Safety Teams – should be established locally and hosted by the airports 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16  Collaborating at multiple levels   .

GRSS Outcomes  Improve Standardization / Harmonization      Develop guidance to define and launch Runway Safety Teams Harmonize “Runway Safety” definitions. June 15-16 . taxonomies and reporting of runway conditions and other safety indicators Standardize and improve communication procedures ICAO to ensure that Standards and Guidance material are fit for purpose Implementation of ICAO Standards monitored through the Continuous Monitoring Approach 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.

June 15-16 .int/en/ism/iStars  ICAO Dedicated Runway Safety page  Library of downloadable toolkits and documents  Contributions from partner organizations  Links to Skybrary and other runway safety partner sites 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City.GRSS Outcomes  All partners have committed to increasing the exchange of runway safety information http://www2.icao.

Regional Runway Safety Seminars  All Runway Safety Programme Partners have committed to deliver Regional Runway Safety Seminars  RRSS events will result in action plans to create runway safety teams and provide support to those already in place 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 .

India Eurocontrol IFATCA International Organisation Co-host IATA / FSF ATC Global / CANSO CANSO CANSO AAPA / IATA CANSO ACI Eurocontrol Eurocontrol IATA AAPA / IATA IATA FSF 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 .Proposed RRSS schedule Proposed Date Location State Co-host 2011: 24 .25 Oct 2011: 06 – 08 Dec 2012: 08 Mar 2012: Apr/May 2012: Jul 2012: Aug *2012: Oct/Nov 2013: Mar 2013: Jun 2013: Aug 2013: Sep 2013: Nov Miami Delhi Amsterdam Middle East South America Philippines Cape Town Western Africa Europe Asia Pacific Europe Asia Pacific FAA CAA.

Thank you T/O Miguel Marin mmarin@icao.int 2nd Pan American Safety Summit Mexico City. June 15-16 .