This workshop is a variant from the "ICAO & EASA Safety Management System Requirements - Introduction" training course. It will ensure that there is ample opportunity for the delegate to develop the hands-on experience of conducting Hazard identification and Risk Management exercises throughout the course. Much time will be dedicated to the concept of Bow Tie and other dynamic risk management models.
Developing and implementing an effective Safety Management System is one of the challenges in modern aviation organisations. This course provides the delegate with the opportunity to face such challenges head-on by providing them with the tools, knowledge and methodology to successfully implement an SMS in their organisation, in response to ICAO Annex 19, ICAO Doc 9859 and EASA Management System requirements defined in European Aviation law.
This workshop provides a comprehensive hands-on experience with the SMS concept, so delegates from Air Operations, Training Organisations, Maintenance and Continuing Airworthiness Organisations, in addition to those from Aerodromes, Air Navigation Service Providers and ATC Services can better comprehend it. It covers State Safety Programmes, Service Providers’ Safety Management Systems, Hazard Identification, and more, by using case-based studies that apply a practical aspect to the theory learned.
The topics covered include:
Linked Courses: Human Factors/Crew Resource Management.
Upon completion of this course attendees will be able to:
Accountable managers for Operations, Training Organisations, MRO/CAMO, Aerodromes, ANSP, ATC Services; Civil Aviation Authority inspectors, Competent Authority Personnel and Airline Auditors; Defence Audit personal; Compliance Monitoring, Safety Management, Flight Operations Staff; Military Safety Personnel.
An interest in achieving increased knowledge in the understanding and development of a Safety Management System.
Note: This is an application level course and participants should plan to bring the following:
This is an application level course and participants should plan to bring the following:
5 days starting at 09:00, finishing at 16:45 on the 1st. 4 days, and at 16:00 on the 5th. day. An examination is offered on day 5 - examination fee included in the course fee.