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Title: WORKSHOP, Nicosia 23rd July 2008 Extension of SAFETY


1
WORKSHOP, Nicosia 2-3rd July 2008Extension of
SAFETY QUALITY Common Requirements to the EMAC
States Item 3 Regulatory Context
Day 1
Peter StastnyEUROCONTROL Safety Regulation Unit
2
CONTENTS
  • Requirements in Brief
  • ICAO, ESARRs, Single European Sky, EASA
  • Related Regulatory Issues
  • Monitoring and Measuring Implementation, Safety
    Improvement, Performance Monitoring,
  • Emerging Institutional Developments
  • SES II, EASA, EUROCONTROL

3
ICAO Requirements
  • Safety Management
  • Risk Assessment
  • National Safety Levels
  • Personnel Licensing (ATCOs)
  • Reporting of Accidents and Incidents
  • States Safety Programmes

4
SAFETY FRAMEWORKS
5
EUROCONTROL SRC and the ESARRs
EUROCONTROL Safety Regulatory Requirements (ESARRs
)
SRC Role
  • Development of harmonised
  • safety objectives, approaches
  • and requirements
  • (notably ESARRs)
  • Advise Council on ATM safety
  • regulatory matters,
  • including recommendations
  • for improvements to be
  • implemented and enforced by
  • Member States

6
SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY
The SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY (SES) is an initiative to
create an airspace and ATM system designed,
managed and regulated in a harmonised way.
  • Demand for air travel increases in Europe. Need
    for improvement
  • ATM has traditionally been organised around
    existing national boundaries
  • SES is based on building a new approach to ATM
    provision not based on national boundaries

A level playing field for ATM In Europe beyond
national boundaries
7
SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY
  • AREAS IDENTIFED WHERE REFORM IS REQUIRED
  • Safety
  • Airspace management
  • Systems and operations
  • Service provision regime
  • etc

SAFETY is of paramount importance in the SES
initiative. Any reforms should maintain and
enhance safety
8
SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY
THE BIG DIFFERENCE
  • The European Commission (EC) has powers to
    regulate civil ATM in the EU
  • A common rulemaking mechanism has been created
  • The rules produced are applicable in all the
    States under the SES framework
  • 27 EU Member States
  • Other States with specific arrangements (Norway,
    Switzerland)

9
SINGLE EUROPEAN SKY
FOUR REGULATIONS IN FORCE SINCE APRIL 2004
  • The Framework Regulation (institutional
    arrangements)
  • The Airspace Regulation
  • The Service Provision Regulation
  • The Interoperability Regulation
  • Further Rules regulate specific aspects
  • Common Requirements for the provision of ANS
    services
  • Various Interoperability Implementing Rules
  • etc

10
IMPLICATIONS FOR... ... SAFETY MANAGEMENT AND
SAFETY REGULATION ?
REQUIREMENT FOR SEPARATION BETWEEN THE PROVISION
OF SERVICES AND ITS SUPERVISION AT LEAST AT
FUNCTIONAL LEVEL
11
THE NATIONAL SUPERVISORY AUTHORITIES (NSAs)
  • States establish or nominate NSAs
  • Independent of service provision (at least
    functionally)
  • To supervise the implementation of
    requirements
  • Different arrangements are possible (e.g.
    multinational NSAs)
  • May use recognised organisations (to perform
    supervisory tasks)
  • SUPERVISION ADDRESSES
  • Safety (ATM Safety Oversight)
  • and requirements on other aspects (financial,
    environmental, etc)

12
CERTIFICATION REGIME
In order to be eligible to provide ANS services
in the countries under the SES framework... ...
an organisation has to be certified
  • Certification against a set of Common
    Requirements
  • The Certificate is valid in all the countries
    under the SES framework
  • The Certificate is issued by the NSA where the
    organisation has its main place of operations
  • The Certificate must be maintained...

13
DESIGNATION
States shall designate organisations holding a
valid certificate in order to provide ATS
services in specific airspace blocks
14
ONGOING SUPERVISION
And once certified and designated... ... the
providers will be subject to ongoing supervision
conducted by the NSAs
15
COMMON REQUIREMENTS
  • PLAY A KEY ROLE IN THE CERTIFICATION SCHEME
  • There are common requirements on
  • Technical and operational competence and
    suitability
  • Safety Management and Quality Management
  • Reporting systems
  • Financial strength
  • Liability and insurance cover
  • Human resources
  • Security
  • Quality of services
  • Ownership and organisational structure

16
THE LINK WITH ESARRs
  • Article 4 (SES regulation on provision of ANS
    services)
  • Safety requirements
  • The Commission shall, in accordance with the
    procedure referred to in Article 5(3) of the
    framework Regulation, identify and adopt the
    Eurocontrol Safety Regulatory Requirements
    (ESARRs) and subsequent amendments to those
    requirements within the scope of this Regulation
    that shall be made mandatory under Community law.
    Publication shall take the form of references to
    such ESARRs in the Official Journal of the
    European Union.

17
Transposition of ESARRs into Community Law
Regulation on Establishing a Safety Oversight
Function for ATM
EAM (ESARR ADVISORY MATERIAL) More than
30 guidance deliverables released or
under development 5 means of compliance assessed
and recognised as acceptable Other
support materials
NSA procedures for safety oversight
ESARR 1
Directives on Reporting of Occurrences Accident
Investigation
ESARR 2
ESARR 3
COMMON REQUIREMENTS
Provisions focused on service providers
ESARR 4
ESARR 5
FOR TECHNICAL PERSONNEL
FOR ATCOs
Directive on ATCO Licensing
ESARR 6
Regulation on Software Safety Management
18
SES FRAMEWORK - SUMMARY
  • National Supervisory Authorities (NSAs) will
  • Exercise an ATM safety oversight function, as
    part of their supervisory roles
  • Certify providers after checking compliance with
    common requirements (that will cover the ESARRs)
  • Accept certificates issued by other NSAs
  • Monitor safety and conduct ongoing safety
    oversight by means of safety regulatory audits
  • Establish arrangements to work together

Need to harmonise the procedures of the ATM
safety oversight function (ESARR 1)
19
SES FRAMEWORK - SUMMARY
  • Service Providers will
  • Have to be clearly separated from NSAs
  • Be certified to be eligible to provide services
  • Have to meet the common requirements, including
    requirements on safety management processes
    (consistent with the ESARRs)

An efficient Safety Management System will be a
key element needed to meet the common requirements
20
MONITORING IMPLEMENTATION
  • A State responsibility (under ICAO SARPs and
    EC Law)
  • Audits, Inspections, Assessments, other
    information
  • ESIMS Audit Programme for ATM
  • 43 ECAC States
  • Operates in conjunction with IUSOAP
  • Overall measurement of safety performance
  • Accidents, incidents, events.. (lagging
    indicators)
  • Levels of implementation (leading indicators)
  • Safety Maturity Study

21
  • In Europe, two levels of assessment -
  • Audits against applicable rules and standards
    (ESIMS, USOAP, etc.)
  • SES Peer Review to identify and share best
    practice, support improvement.

22
FOR THE FUTURE.
  • A need for further reinforcement of structures
  • New safety objectives taking into account -
  • Traffic Growth
  • Desired system performance
  • Further development of legal frameworks
  • Continuing consistency with neighbouring States
    and Regions

23
FOR THE FUTURE.
  • FURTHER EC LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS
  • EASA ATM/ANS and Aerodromes
  • SES II Performance-driven network
  • SES Implementation Programme (SESAR)
  • A re-defined role for EUROCONTROL
  • Protecting Safety through transition

24
Thank you for your attention
Day 1
Peter StastnyEUROCONTROL Safety Regulation Unit
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