As of November 23, 2006 States shall require, as part of their safety programs, that an [operator, maintenance organization, ATS provider, certified aerodrome] implements a safety management system (SMS) accepted by the State that, as a minimum:
- Identifies safety hazards.
- Ensures that remedial action necessary to maintain an acceptable level of safety is implemented.
- Provides for continuous monitoring and regular assessment of the safety level achieved.
- Aims to make continuous improvement to the overall level of safety.
Without good safety management software tools, it is impossible to effectively manage safety requirements outlined by any country's safety management regulations. You may get by for a year or two, but any longer than that, you will be suffering.
This next video continues to discuss an important element in safety management regulations: setting safety goals. The video shows the best aviation safety software tool to manage aviation safety goals and objectives.
If you missed the last video on Integrated Safety Management Systems, here it is.
The following outline details one way to manage goals and objectives to satisfy safety management regulations.
- Safety Management Regulations Require SMS by All Aviation Service Providers
- Software tools to manage aviation safety SMS requirements (impossible without good tools)
- CEO Commitment required in safety management regulations
- Safety goals and objectives allow regulatory agencies to view you safety goals
- Track incident investigations for safety management system
- Key performance indicators
- Gap analysis statistics used to set safety goals
- Continue to discuss user dashboard
- Corrective/preventive actions for reported hazards
- Risk management software tracks reported hazards
- Documentation stores all data regarding reported hazards
Part 4 Safety Management System (SMS) - Aviation SMS for Airports & Airlines