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Title: The Implementation of Aviation Safety Management System in Taipei FIR


1
The Implementation of Aviation Safety Management
System in Taipei FIR Ms Chia-CHi Liu Chinese
Taipei
2
Key Issues
  • ICAO USOAP Requirements
  • CAA SMS Program Initiatives
  • Air Traffic Services SMS Program
  • Aircraft Operations and Maintenance SMS Program
  • Aerodrome SMS Program
  • CAA Future Outlook and Challenges
  • Proposal to APEC

3
ICAO USOAP REQUIREMENTS
4
ICAO USOAP Requirements
  • ICAOs Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme
    USOAP, ensures implementation of the
    safety-related SARPs (Standards and Recommended
    Practices)
  • -By 1999 USOAP focus on
  • Annex 1 Personnel Licensing
  • Annex 6 Operation of Aircraft
  • Annex 8 Airworthiness of Aircraft
  • -2001 ICAO Assembly expanded USOAP to Annex
    11Air Traffic Services
  • Annex 14Aerodromes

5
CAA SMS PROGRAM INITIATIVES
6
CAA SMS Program Initiatives
  • CAA established Annex 11, ATS - Air Traffic
    Services SMS in 2003
  • CAA requires 6 operators to develop their own
    aircraft operation and maintenance SMS to meet
    Annex 6 requirements by the end of 2007
  • CAA requirement for aerodrome operations SMS at 3
    major airports in Taipei FIR to meet Annex 14
    requirements by the beginning of 2008

7
CAA ATS SMS
8
ATS SMS
  • Reviewed and set ATS regulations and procedures
    in compliance with ICAO SARPs
  • Set an acceptable level of safety standard
  • (2.12 ATS incidents per 100,000 flights)
  • Determine whether the system is operating in
    accordance with expectations
  • Identify where action may be required to enhance
    performance levels to meet expected results
  • Managed Self-Audit Program
  • 56 audits completed to date
  • Safety audits of 52 ATS units and facilities
  • Fulfilling required ATS safety performance
    monitoring functions

9
AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE SMS
10
Aircraft Operations and Maintenance SMS
  • CAA guidelines and advisory material are IAW
    international standards
  • Sustain improvements in operators inspections
  • CAA made SMS mandatory for all operators on
    January 17, 2007
  • Develop and implement immunity reporting system
  • Streamline mutual communication between managers
    and operators
  • Establish internal safety action groups and
    review boards inside air carrier organizations
  • Promote IATA IOSA evaluation for air
    transportation

11
CAA AERODROME SMS
12
Aerodrome Certification and SMS Implementation
Review
13
Aerodrome SMS Development Review
  • SMS
  • SMS Implementation Plan (SMSIP)
  • Three major training initiatives for SMS
  • The management-level SMS training course
  • The safety committee training course
  • All airport employee SMS training course
  • Taiwans Taoyuan and Kaohsiung International
    Airports have each completed
  • SMS Manual
  • SCM (Safety Committee Manual)

14
Aerodrome SMS Development 2005 -2006
  • SMS development and training implementation
    program
  • SMS Manuals for Taoyuan and Kaohsiung
    International Airports - Completed 2006
  • Taoyuan and Kaohsiung International Airports each
    published and implemented their own airport SMS -
    Completed on February 17, 2007.

15
Aerodrome SMS Development2007
  • Taipei Shungshan International Airport SMS
    Development and Training Implementation Program
  • The senior-level management SMS training course
    completed on March 8 and March 28, 2007.
  • The employee SMS training course completed on
    April 10, 2007.
  • The Safety Committee training course completed on
    May 5, 2007.
  • Taipei Shungshan International Airport scheduled
    to complete their own SMS and SCM manuals by July
    1, 2007, and will begin operating under the SMS
    system by January 1, 2008.

16
CAA Future Outlook and Challenges
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CAA Future Outlook and Challenges ATS SMS
  • CAA plays the role of both ATS Regulator and
    Service Provider
  • Sort out and rearrange particularly the jobs and
    responsibilities for both roles
  • Build a safety culture
  • Both attitudinal and structural, relating to
    individuals and organizations
  • A safety culture may be slow to mature, but, with
    management support, it can be successfully
    accomplished

18
CAA Future Outlook and Challenges Aircraft
Operation and Maintenance SMS
  • SMS is a requirement for all airline operators
  • Alignment of SMS process involves all employees
    at all levels and provides for an increase in
    open and honest communications
  • Guidance from CAA on how to implement and manage
    SMS will enhance the achievement of safety goals

19
CAA Future Outlook and Challenges Aerodrome SMS
  • Increase and maintain Aerodrome Certification
    Inspector (ACI) staff levels
  • Achieve compliance with ICAO SARPs
  • Continue developing Aerodrome SMS
  • Develop data gathering system
  • Continue SMS training program
  • Expand requirements for SMS training initiatives
  • Expand certification program to include all
    domestic airports

20
PROPOSAL TO APEC
21
Proposal To APEC
  • Assist in the sharing of SMS information and
    materials among area APEC participants
  • Assist in the exchange of SMS experiences among
    area APEC participants
  • Conduct future SMS-related workshops

22
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