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1
SRC
2
Safety Regulation Commission
  • FIFTEENTH MEETING
  • Brussels, 24/25 September, 2002

3
Agenda Item 1 - Chairmans Welcome and
Introduction

4

Agenda Item 2 - Approval of Agenda
5
Agenda Item 3 - Review of Actions from SRC14

6
Agenda Item 4 - Outcome of PC14
4.1 - AGAS
7
PC14 Outcomes
  • The Provisional Council took note of the
    proposals put forward by the Agency in
    PC/02/14/16 and
  • a. urged the Director General, in co-ordination
    with the SRC, to implement and develop the ways
    forward set out in the paper as quickly as
    possible
  • b. requested the Director General to establish,
    in co-operation with the SRC, a High-Level
    European ATM Safety Action Group with a mandate
    as outlined in the paper and taking into account
    the comments made during the discussion and
    giving priority to the short-term actions and
  • c. requested the Director General to submit the
    Action Group's first conclusions and
    recommendations to its 15th Session.

8
Next Steps
  • Establishment of High-Level Action group on
    ATM Safety (AGAS)
  • Co-chaired by Director Safety, Airspace
    Airports and Chairman SRC
  • SRC Representation from 3 Commissioners
  • First Meeting 26th September

9
SRC Inputs
  • AGAS1 WP4
  • Continued development of harmonised safety
    regulation
  • Enhanced support of SRCs safety regulatory
    activities with regard to multi-national ATM
    developments
  • Enhanced support from Provisional Council in
    implementing Commission Decision No. 80
  • Rapid Implementation of the ESARR Implementation
    Monitoring and Support Programme
  • Plus what ??

10
SRC Outputs
  • Not known at this time
  • Very likely to be some
  • Very likely to be of an urgent nature
  • Very likely to claim a higher priority than
    some of our existing work

11
Recommendations
  • The SRC is invited to -
  • ) note the contents of this paper
  • ) note the SRC inclusion in the Action Paper
    to PC 14 (at Attachment 1)
  • ) discuss and agree any further SRC
    inputs/proposals to AGAS.

12
Agenda Item 4 - Outcome of PC14
4.2 - SRC Actions related to PRR5 Recommendations
13
PC14 decisions onPRR 5 Recommendations
  • PC14 requested-
  • the Safety Regulation Commission to propose
    adequate ECAC-level safety performance indicators
    before July 2003, and associated targets at an
    appropriate juncture, for approval by the
    Commission through the Provisional Council and
    invited it to include corresponding indicators in
    its regular safety reports to the Provisional
    Council.

14
PC14 decisions onPRR 5 Recommendations
  • PC14 requested-
  • the Agency, in consultation with the SRC, to
    carry out a study of the legal frameworks related
    to the EUROCONTROL Publication and
    Confidentiality Policy and of the criteria and
    conditions required to permit publication of
    States compliance with safety processes and
    EUROCONTROL Standards, whilst at the same time
    protecting individuals and detailed safety data,
    and to report to the 15th Session

15
PC14 decisions onPRR 5 Recommendations
  • PC 14 requested
  • the Agency, in consultation with the SRC, to
    carry out a study of the legal frameworks as well
    as the criteria and conditions required to submit
    appropriate additional draft binding provisions
    for the minimum legal protection of individuals
    reporting safety occurrences in EUROCONTROL
    Member States for Commission approval via the
    Provisional Council.

16
Options (Safety Indicators/targets)
  • Setting up an SRC working group to assess to
    which extent those safety indicators derived from
    the AST data are sufficient or not
  • Including in the SRC Annual Report to PC15 those
    Safety Indicators derived from the AST which are
    meaningful and asking PC members their comments
    and potential inputs with regard to additional
    safety indicators they would which to see
    included.

17
Options (Legal studies)
  • Task AGC with providing,on behalf of SRC, inputs
    to the Agency (Legal Services) and reviewing any
    draft material prior to their submission to PC
  • and if time permits-
  • Ask SRU to circulate any draft material to SRC
    for comments prior to their submission to PC.
  • OR Consult systematically SRC (via
    correspondence) prior to any submission to PC.

18
Recommendations
  • SRC is invited to-
  • note the SRC Action Paper to PC 14
  • note PC14 conclusions with regard to PRR5
    recommendations
  • discuss and agree the best option(s) to address
    the actions allocated to the SRC at PC14.

19
Agenda Item 5 - Reports
5.1 - AGC Report
20
AGC9 outcomes
  • ESARRs Implementation Monitoring Support
    Programme- AGC chairman to table SRC DOC 21 with
    cover working paper at SRC15 for formal
    approval. (Refer to Agenda Item 7)
  • If needed, AGC chairman is available to co
    ordinate as appropriate common SRC positions
    related to impact on SRC of EC Accession to
    EUROCONTROL, with support from SRU
  • Need for modifications to ESARR 5 and recognition
    of Means Of Compliance (minimum level of
    knowledge in native languages for ATC staff
    (specifically TWR staff))

21
AGC9 outcomes
  • A maximum age for ATC staff (EC study to be
    followed)
  • EUROCONTROL High Level Safety Action Group
    (Letter to SRC Chairman).
  • AGC volunteers to develop proposals for the
    establishment of a crisis management policy to be
    submitted to SRC16
  • AGC identified the need for SRC harmonised
    policies (Agenda Item 6.4)

22
Recommendations
  • SRC is invited to-
  • Request AGC chairman to co ordinate when and if
    appropriate common SRC positions related to
    impact on SRC of EC Accession to EUROCONTROL,
    with support from SRU
  • Agree to initiate revision of ESARR 5 to address
    the need for minimum level of knowledge in native
    languages for ATC staff (specifically TWR
    staff))
  • Request AGC to develop proposals for the
    establishment of a crisis management policy to be
    submitted to SRC16 for approval.

23
Agenda Item 6 - Safety Measurement
Improvement Programme
6.1 - JSSI Outcome
24
Background
  • SRC 10 meeting
  • JSSI CFIT report taken on board - a list of ATM
    related recommendations was prepared
  • SRU/SQS co-ordination for actions decided -
  • WP 10.18
  • Recommendations to SRC in WP 10.18 regarding
    safety regulatory position

25
Background
  • Progress report at SRC 11
  • SRU received several responses from Commissioners
    regarding WP 10.18
  • WP 10.18 is the basis for a new document
  • SRC DOC 10 - ATM Output from JSSI

26
SRC DOC 10
Edition 0.02 Edition date 21.03.2001 Status
Draft Issue Class Restricted Eurocontrol
27
Content of SRC DOC 10
Part I. Introduction PART II CONTROLLED FLIGHT
INTO TERRAIN (CFIT) PART III APPROACH AND
LANDING PART IV LOSS OF CONTROL PART V
DESIGN RELATED PART VI WEATHER PART VII
OCCUPANT SAFETY AND SURVIVABILITY PART VIII
RUNWAY INCURSIONS PART IX FUTURE HAZARDS
(FAST) PART X SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
28
Current status of EUROCONTROL activities
  • CFIT status of the actions proposed for CFIT
    have not been recorded
  • Runway Incursions
  • Joint activity JAA, GASR, ICAO and EUROCONTROL
  • A Task Force was established and a survey
    campaign to analyse the magnitude of this issue
    within European environment was launched
  • Validation exercise 9-10th September, 2002 WS
  • A detailed briefing will follow

29
Current status of EUROCONTROL activities
  • Other JSSI Focus Area
  • all have to be taken into consideration
  • agree on the approach to be used
  • To continue with bilateral meetings between SRU
    and SQS and to propose actions and
    responsibilities for the ATM safety interventions
    identified for all other key risk areas
  • To have an approach similar to the one for
    Runway Incursion, and to propose a joint
    activity to assess the other key risk areas
    within the European environment, and the
    feasibility of implementing all ATM safety
    interventions identified by JSSI within
    EUROCONTROL member States

30
Recommendations
  • SRC is invited to-
  • note the activities related to the Focus Area
    Runway Incursion
  • note the status of SRC DOC 10 and the progress
    achieved so far (only CFIT has been analysed
    by EUROCONTROL SQS and SRC)
  • request SRU and Agency (SQS) to progress the
    actions related to the CFIT Focus Area
  • request SRU to update SRC DOC 10, in
    co-ordination with SQS, in order to incorporate
    the status of actions related to the CFIT Focus
    Area (BY SRC 16)
  • agree for the other Focus Areas identified by
    JSSI, on a way forward to address related ATM
    interventions
  • agree to contribute as appropriate SRC DOC 10 to
    the High-Level European Action Group For ATM
    Safety (AGAS).

31
Agenda Item 6 - Safety Measurement
Improvement Programme
6.2 - AST Outcome
32
AST Outcome
33
ESARR 2 Implementation Status
34
ATM Safety Performance in ECAC
35
ATM Safety Performance in ECAC contd
36
ATM Safety Performance in ECAC contd
37
Recommendations
  • SRC Commissioners are invited to
  • a) Approve the release of the proposed issue
    0.1 of SRC DOC 16 and SRC DOC 17
  • b) Further co-ordinate the submission of safety
    data for SRC DOC 18
  • c) Give the utmost support to the AST Focal
    Points to supply the data according to ESARR2 for
    the incoming 2003 collection exercise that will
    encompass data for years 2001 and 2002.

38
AST Proposed Issue 2.3
39
Modifications
  • No modification in Section A
  • Modifications in Section B - Incidents
  • Table B1 - number of reports
  • Table B2 - added Total Number of Incidents
  • Modifications in Section C - ATM Specific
    Occurrences
  • Table C- added Total Number of ATM Specific Occ.
  • Modifications in Section D - Causes
  • To better capture low level category and to link
    those with high level category (HEIDI)
  • To better capture the ATM contribution for each
    category of safety occurrences

40
Recommendations
  • SRC Commissioners are invited to
  • a) approve for release the AST Edition 2.3
    Proposed Issue (EAM2/COD1) to become AST Released
    Issue 3.0
  • b) note the existence of an equivalent Excel
    version
  • c) support further development of EAM2/COD2 the
    GUI Material for AST completion in order to
    document the approved changes
  • d) provide up to date reference and deliverables
    to national AST Focal Points to make use of the
    new template for 2001 and 2002 safety data
    reporting.

41
Agenda Item 6 - Safety Measurement
Improvement Programme
6.3 - RWY Incursion Report
42
Runway Incursion
  • In the beginning of JSSI Runway Incursion was not
    considered
  • In 2000 JSSI decided to add Runway Incursion as a
    focus area
  • CAST Runway Incursion JSAT (report August 2000)
  • Final position EUROCONTROL in April 2000
  • Better Reporting System needed
  • More European Data needed
  • Preliminary European Analysis showed safety
    problems

43
Runway Incursion
  • JAA proposed a Joint activity of JSSI, ICAO,
    Airports, Airport Regulators and EUROCONTROL
  • First meeting 19 July 2001
  • EUROCONTROL took the chair

44
Runway Incursion
  • The Group shall perform two Tasks in parallel
  • Evaluate the report prepared by the US Commercial
    Aviation Safety Team
  • Gather further data on runways incursion (in
    Europe)

45
Runway Incursionwas changed toRunway Safety
46
Runway Safety
  • JOINT Task Force of JAA,EUROCONTROL, ICAO-Europe
    and GASR
  • Safety letter published
  • Data Gathering
  • Anonymous Questionnaires sent first to Pilots
    and afterwards revised version to Air Traffic
    Controllers.
  • Interviews started with selected airports and
    airlines
  • Data Banks from States and Service Providers
  • Development of Interventions
  • 7 areas such as Communications situational
    awareness

47
Runway Incursion is an issue in Europe
100
Number Of Runway IncursionsPer 1,000,000
Operations
10
1
Rate of Runway Incursions at 9 different European
airports
48
It is perceived as the highest risk among other
runway safety concerns
49
However, even given raised awareness now, issues
remain
  • The potential lack of data and reluctance to
    share safety information
  • The absence of a harmonised and consistent
    approach for analysing the data
  • The difficulty to understand causal and
    contributory factors

Impede progress to improvement
50
First Recommendation from the Task Force
INDIVIDUAL EUROPEAN AIRPORTS SHOULD INITIATE A
RUNWAY SAFETY PROGRAMME
51
Establishing a Runway Safety Programme
  • ICAO Baseline Review the current implementation
    of ICAO material
  • Data Driven Improve runway safety occurrence
    reporting and analysis
  • Global System Approach Establish a local team
    (Pilot/ATC/Airport) to assess safety issues
  • Risk Based Approach Assess potential improvement
    areas
  • Safety Management Integrate runway safety into
    existing SMS

52
Second recommendation from the Task Force
EUROPEAN COOPERATION FOR RUNWAY SAFETY SHOULD BE
PURSUED
  • Sharing information and experience to
  • improve the understanding of underlying causal
    and contributory factors and
  • provide sound basis for establishing appropriate
    remedial actions

53
European Co-operation for Runway Safety
  • Support Individual Airports Runway Safety
    Programmes
  • Evaluate the relevance of the proposed
    improvements
  • Short Term (Procedures, Annex 14, Provision of
    Airport Information)
  • Longer Term (New Technologies Human Factors)

54
European Co-operation for Runway Safety (i)
  • Support Individual Airports Runway Safety
    Programme
  • Develop Awareness Material
  • General Awareness for the Aviation Community
    (Leaflet Poster)
  • Dedicated Awareness for ATCOs, Pilots Drivers
  • Guidance Recommendations for specific local
    awareness actions
  • Initial Guidance Improvement to the material
    initially developed for the survey purpose (based
    on FAA process)
  • Additional Guidance Supporting its
    implementation supporting the identification of
    causal factors
  • Means for Data Exchange Allowing safety data
    exchange and lesson dissemination
  • Improve data collection and lesson dissemination
  • Improve both the quality of runway occurrence
    data, and the collection and exchange process

55
European Co-operation for Runway Safety (ii)
  • Evaluate the relevance of proposed improvements
    Short Term
  • R/T Phraseology and language proficiency
  • Procedures and working methods (Pilots, ATC and
    Drivers)
  • Implementation of Annex 14 (especially, marking,
    signs and lighting)
  • Provision of airport information

A small group of experts
56
Relevance of Proposed Improvements Short Term
  • Small Group of Experts
  • EUROCONTROL, GASR, ICAO, JAA
  • ACI, ANSP, IATA representatives
  • IFALPA, IFATCA
  • Conclusions by January 2003
  • Prioritised improvements
  • Remaining open issues
  • First Meeting 20 September 2002
  • One meeting per month

57
Relevance of Proposed Improvements Short Term
  • Promotion of the recommendations
  • Extensive presentations to CAA, regulators,
    airport operators, aircraft operators and ANSPs
  • Wide consultation of aviation community
  • A primary objective
  • Achieve standardisation through ICAO process

58
European Co-operation for Runway Safety (iii)
  • Evaluate the relevance of proposed improvements
    Longer Term
  • NEW TECHNOLOGIES Assessment of the safety
    benefits for preventing runway safety occurrences
  • HUMAN FACTORS Programme to better understand
    human factors contributing to runway safety issues

59
Proposed Actions
  • Runway Safety Programme at European Airports
  • European Co-operation to Elaborate Proposed
    Improvements
  • Awareness campaign
  • Improvement to data collection and lesson
    dissemination
  • Short Term improvements (January 2003)
  • Assessment of the need for longer term
    improvements

60
Monitoring Progress
  • Until now, work has been conducted by a dedicated
    Task Force
  • If an European initiative is to be pursued, we
    need to establish a structured framework
    covering
  • different types of operators and service
    providers
  • different European regulatory regimes (JAA, GASR,
    SRC, etc.)
  • co-ordination with ICAO

61
Monitoring ProgressOur Proposal
Establishment of a Steering Committee
  • Creation formally approved by EUROCONTROL, GASR
    and JAA
  • Mission
  • Make recommendations to EUROCONTROL, GASR and JAA
  • Monitor their implementation
  • Liaise with ICAO (including oversight)

62
Monitoring ProgressOur Proposal
Establishment of a Steering Committee
  • Membership
  • ICAO
  • EUROCONTROL
  • GASR
  • JAA
  • Representatives from Airports Aircraft
    Operators, ANSPs
  • Representatives from Professional Organisations

63
Agenda Item 6 - Safety Measurement
Improvement Programme
6.4 - Harmonised Safety Policies
64
Harmonised Safety Policies
  • AGC proposals
  • Objective to harmonise national safety regulatory
    approach with regard to specific issues
  • An SRC Commissioner may contact SRU and request
    collection of actual national policies on a
    specific issue
  • SRU would report on identified national policies
    in SRC Closed Sessions
  • SRC may decide to harmonise policy

65
Recommendation
  • SRC is invited to-
  • Note the AGC proposal
  • Agree that on a case by case basis, when so
    solicited by an SRC Commissioner-
  • SRU collects national safety policies in
    existence on a specific issue,
  • SRU reports back identified national policies to
    SRC Supplementary Closed session,
  • SRC may decide to develop harmonised policy on
    such issue.

66
Agenda Item 7 - ESARRs Implementation Support
Monitoring Programme
67
Status Report
  • Legal services advice (on approval of
    Programme)
  • Visits arrangements (SRU staff only in 2002) and
    check list of questions
  • Criteria to visit States
  • Draft letters
  • Co ordination with EUROCONTROL STS (Briefing Day)
    and SQS

68
Next steps
  • Validation Visits
  • EUROCONTROL Commission
    Approval of the Programme
  • Formal Visits
  • Preparation for 2003 visits
  • lessons learned
  • draft letter for national detachment
  • training programme
  • Co ordination with ICAO

69
Recommendations (1)
  • SRC is invited to
  • note that the Ad Hoc Group of Commissioners
    (AGC) agreed at its 9th meeting on the
    necessary arrangements (including SRC DOC
    21) for SRU to go ahead with the initial
    implementation of the ESARR Implementation
    Monitoring and Support Programme, subject to
    EUROCONTROL Commissions approval
  • agree with AGC proposal to validate those
    arrangements through a limited number of
    visits, pending the EUROCONTROL Commissions
    approval of the Programme

70
Recommendations (2)
  • SRC is invited to
  • note that flexibility with regard to the
    selection of States and dates of visits is
    required in order to deal with the planning of
    the visits to States, to cater for the
    availability of staff from EUROCONTROL as well as
    from national representatives
  • approve SRC DOC 21 Ed. 0.05 as the set of
    guidelines to be used for the 2002 visits to
    States
  • agree that AGC approves subsequent modifications
    of SRC DOC 21, to cater for improvements based on
    the initial experience of running the Programme,
    subject to subsequent SRC approval of all
    proposed modifications .

71
Agenda Item 8 - SRC Deliverables
8.1 - Overall review of status
72
Overall review of status
Updates Since SRC14 Working
Draft Draft Proposed Released
ESARRs ESARR1 0.02 ESARR6
0.10 RADs RAD-8.33 0.03 ESARR
Advisory Material AMC EAM4/AMC
2.0 GUI EAM2/GUI3 0.01 EAM3/GUI2 0
.11 EAM3/GUI3 0.11 EAM4/GUI1
0.04 EAM4/GUI2 0.04 COD EAM2/COD1
2.3
73
Overall review of status
Updates Since SRC14 Working
Draft Draft Proposed Released SRC DOC DOC
3 5.0 Work Programme
DOC 6 2.0 TBC SRC-EATMP
Interface DOC 9
4.0 AMC for ESARRs DOC 15
0.7 National ATM Safety Minima DOC
16 0.1 SRC Data Collection - 1999 DOC
17 0.1 SRC Data Collection - 2000 DOC
18 0.03 SRC Data Collection - 2001
74
Overall review of status
Updates Since SRC14 Working
Draft Draft Proposed Released SRC DOC DOC
20 1.0 ED78A as MC with ESARR
4 DOC 21 0.05 Guidance for Visits to
States DOC 22 0.02 Lessons learned
RVSM - I DOC 23 0.02 Lessons learned
RVSM - II DOC 24 N.A. Contingency
Planning (TBC)
75
RECOMMENDATIONS
SRC Commissioners are invited to note the
contents of the overview attached to Working
Paper SRC15.7 presenting the updates of the SRC
deliverables since SRC14 (either released or
under development).
76
Agenda Item 8 - SRC Deliverables
8.2 - Overall review of Request For Comments
77
Overall review of RFC
Since SRC14 RFC Subject Addressees Comments
asked by 0206 LINK 2000 - Comments to
Programme SRC 10 July 2002 0207 8.33kHz -
Comments to Programme SRC 8 July
2002 0208 8.33kHz - National Saf. Impl. Rep.
Safety Plan SRC 9 July 2002 0210 SRC DOC
16 SRC Co 31 July 2002 0211 SRC DOC
17 SRC Co 31 July 2002 0212 SRC DOC
18 SRC Co 31 July 2002 0213 First draft RAD
8.33 SRC 27 June 2002 0214 First draft LINK
2000 SRC 27 June 2002 0215 Contingency
Planning SRC 15 August 2002 0216 Material
"Just" Culture SRC 15 August 2002 0217 ESARR
1 Development in Work Programme SRC 30 June
2002 0218 RD - proposal SRC 30 June
2002 0219 RD - actions SRC 31 July
2002 0220 RD - national initiatives SRC 31
July 2002
78
Overall review of RFC
Since SRC14 RFC Subject Addressees Comments
asked by 0221 AST Draft 2.2 SRC 31 July
2002 0222 PRC Recommendations SRC 7 July
2002 0223 ESARR 6 - ASW5 ASW 3 July
2002 0224 EUROCONTROL Regulatory Framework SRC
24 July 2002 0225 ICAO State Letter AN
15/12-02/45 SRC 9 July 2002 0226 8.33 kHz
Horiz. Expansion Saf. Validation Study SRC 1
August 2002 0227 ATM Strategy for 2000 SRC
31 August 2002 0228 ESARR 3 Guidance RTF
31 August 2002 0229 ESARR 3 Guidance RTF
31 August 2002 0230 ESARR1 RTF 31 August
2002 0231 ED78 Assessment report SRC Co 30
August 2002 0232 The compliance statement for ED
78A. SRC Co 30 August 2002 0233 Update of SRC
Document 6 SRC Co 31 August 2002 0234 Update
of DOC 9 AGC 31 August 2002 0235 RAD
8.33 SRC Co 11 October 2002
79
Agenda Item 8 - SRC Deliverables
8.3 - Update ESARR 1
80
Update on ESARR 1
  • SRC 13 decided to develop ESARR 1
  • Requirements applicable to ATM safety
  • regulators
  • Harmonisation of national ATM safety
  • regulatory frameworks in ECAC
  • SRC POL DOC 3 used as a first input
  • Task included in the Work Programme

81
Drafting Activities
  • Initial inputs and discussion in AGC8/RTF15
    (April 02)
  • Working draft considered at RTF16 (July 02)
  • New working draft under development, and further
    discussion to take place at RTF by the end of the
    year

82
Possible Timeframe
  • Depending upon activities at RTF level
  • Draft for SRC Consultation around SRC16 ?
  • EUROCONTROL-wide Consultation before SRC17 ?
  • Approval of proposed issue around SRC17 ?
  • Submission to the PC for approval July 2003 ?
  • or November 2003?

83
Contents
  • General approach and structure mostly based on
    SRC POL DOC 3
  • Addressing all the aspects in a single
    model/document/requirement
  • ATM safety regulatory function at national level
  • Development of a whole framework
  • Safety regulatory processes
  • (Rule-making, Safety Oversight, others)

84
Consistency with ICAO
  • Consistency with ICAO
  • Doc 9734 identifies a safety oversight framework
    model used in airworthiness
  • ICAO will develop a similar model for ATM and
    aerodromes
  • ESARR 1 is to cover the elements of that model

85
Consistency with ICAO
  • There are opportunities to note
  • ESARR 1 could provide ICAO with a very
    significant input in regard to the development of
    IUSOAP material to ATM
  • This may allow further co-operation between ICAO
    and EUROCONTROL-SRC

86
Recommendations
  • SRC Commissioners are invited to
  • a) Note the activities developed so far in
    relation to ESARR 1
  • b) Request SRC Commissioners to reinforce their
    representation at RTF in order to facilitate an
    appropriate level of discussion at working
    group level
  • c) Agree to contribute ESARR 1 and related EAM
    to ICAO as useful inputs to the extension of
    IUSOAP to Annex 11 and 14

87
Agenda Item 9 - Interfaces
9.1 - European Commission- Single European Sky
88
Agenda Item 9 - Interfaces
9.2 - EATMP (MFF)
89
Agenda Item 9 - Interfaces
9.3 - EATMP (RVSM)
90
Edition 0.02 Edition date 06.09.2002 Status
Draft Issue Class Restricted SRC
91
Objective
  • to capture the lessons learned from RVSM
    Programme
  • to develop guidance associated with present
    policies
  • to provide working material that may be used for
    future project/programme assessments
  • to provide explanatory material to EATMP project
    staff.

92
Areas covered in PART 1
  • the regulatory activities that took place in the
    RVSM Programme
  • the reasons for these regulatory activities
  • how the regulatory activities were discharged
  • the mechanism chosen to conduct the regulatory
    activities
  • the relationship of the regulatory activities
    with existing policies.
  • Persons/body entities
  • Deliverables

93
Functional relationship between entities
94
Relevant Bodies/Persons Entities
  • ECAC national regulators
  • Non-ECAC national regulators
  • SRU regulatory team
  • SRU regulatory manager
  • Safety Regulation Commission
  • .

95
Relevant deliverable entities
  • SRC Recommendation to PC
  • Provisional recommendation to SRC
  • ESARRs
  • Regulatory Interface Document
  • RAD Template
  • RAD Report
  • National Safety Plan Guidance
  • Comment Response Document - CRD
  • Safety Case support documents
  • ...
  • Project Safety plan

96
PART 2 - Assessment findings TO FOLLOW SHORTLY
97
Recommendations
  • SRC is invited to
  • a) note content of the attachment (NB. SRC DOC
    22)
  • b) agree with the approach of splitting the
    lessons learned from RVSM Programme in two parts,
    for the benefit of various stakeholders
  • c) continue to contribute to the development of
    the deliverables by sharing the experience from
    the post-implementation
  • d) disseminate the deliverables to the
    regulatory and service provider experts involved
    at national level in EATMP programmes or other
    ATM developments to improve existing processes.

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Agenda Item 9 - Interfaces
9.4 - EATMP (8.33)
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8.33 kHz Update (1 of 6)
  • Exemptions removed 31/10/02
  • Review of documents
  • Safety Policy
  • National Safety Plan and Implementation report
  • Safety Validation Study
  • Pre Implementation Safety Case
  • RAD

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8.33 kHz Update (2 of 6)
  • Safety Policy
  • 19/10/01 Safety Policy sent to SRC
  • 12/03/02 CRD on Safety policy to programme
  • 07/05/02 Updated accepted Safety Policy
  • National Safety Plan and Implementation report
  • 31/05/02 Sent to commisionners
  • 07/08/02 comments sent to programme
  • comments felt minor and not incorporated as
    countries already completing them

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8.33 kHz Update (3 of 6)
  • Safety Validation Study
  • 11/07/02 received from programme
  • 30/07/02 comments sent to programme
  • SVS updated but not released. Expected with PISC
    release.
  • Pre Implementation Safety Case
  • Version 0.2 Delivered 23/9/02?
  • Comments required in 2 weeks!
  • Next version 2 weeks prior to O date.

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8.33 kHz Update (4 of 6)
  • RAD
  • Draft submitted to SRC 14
  • Comments received incorporated
  • Only one nomination for 833 expert group
  • Draft version 0.03 sent to commisionners as basis
    for regulatory report by 11/10/02

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8.33 kHz Update (5 of 6)
  • Future tasks
  • PISC sent out for SRC comment
  • Comments returned to programme
  • RAD reports consolidated
  • Overall position paper (with PISC Comment status
    and consolidated RAD reports) sent to SRC for
    approval by correspondence before 31 st October.
    To contain draft SRC go / no go recommendation.
  • Presentation to PC

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Basis of PISC (6 of 6)
Assurance of concept
Assurance of implementation
SVS assumed complete
Summary of National Feedback through status of
state actions in Annex of PISC
Requirements and assumptions collected in Annex
of PISC
State actions related to section of PISC and
deliverable
Requirements and assumptions allocated to section
of PISC and deliverable
That requirements have been derived and allocated
That requirements have been implemented
Overall argument
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Agenda Item 10 - Preparation PC15
10.1 - Annual Report
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PC14 Outcomes
  • SRC has established a system of annual safety
    reporting...
  • Each Annual Report -
  • is published in the autumn of each year
  • balances timeliness and quality in the field of
    Safety performance measurement
  • focusses on issues of prime, topical and
    immediate interest in the field of ATM
    Safety Regulation
  • provides a stand-alone reference document for
    use by SRC, and
  • is also forwarded to the Permanent
    Commission through the Provisional
    Council within the SRCs advisory role.

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Annual Report - Structure
1. Development of ATM Safety Regulatory
Framework 2. Implementation of Harmonised Safety
Regulatory Framework 3. Safety Performance
Measurement 4. ATM Safety Performance in ECAC for
2001 5. Additional Key Risk Areas 6. Other Safety
Issues 7. Review Of Conclusions From The 2001
Annual Safety Report 8. Conclusions 9. Recommend
ations
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Conclusions
  • Permanent Commission Decision 80
  • national AST focal points,
  • effectiveness and efficiency of national schemes
    for ATM occurrence reporting and assessment
  • Prolonged Loss of Communication (PLOC)
  • Monitoring of cases is necessary, with the
    occurrences detected being reported to
    EUROCONTROL
  • Runway incursions / collisions on the ground
    between aircraft and vehicle(s)/person(s)/obstacle
    (s) continue to rise
  • Unauthorised penetration of airspace have risen
  • relationship with occurrences involving OAT
    traffic

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Conclusions
  • Aircraft Deviation from Applicable ATM
    Regulation/ATC Clearance, rises due to a
    re-classification within the reporting scheme.
  • TCAS reports still high
  • Twice as many false reports as in 2000
  • Other indicators - increased number of reports,
    but lower normalised figures
  • ESARR Implementation Monitoring and Support
    Programme
  • Need to take account of JSSI Outcomes
  • i

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Recommendations
  • SRC is invited to -
  • approve the attached report, and its submission
    to the Provisional Councils 15th Session, and
  • approve the release of the contents at
    Attachment 2 and 3 to the European High-Level
    Group on ATM Safety (AGAS) for their first
    meeting on the 28th September.

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Agenda Item 10 - Preparation PC15
10.2 - Approval of ESARRs Implementation
Monitoring and Support Programme
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Agenda Item 11 - Procedures
11.1 - Nomination Commissioners- PC Approval
113
Nomination of Commissioners
  • Rules of Procedures of SRC
  • the nomination by States of the Commissioners
    will be approved by the Provisional Council.
  • Current list of Commissioners will be proposed
    by correspondence to PC for approval
  • Each year - after the last SRC meeting -
    correspondence to PC for approval of newly
    nominated Commissioners during that year
  • Nominations continue to be addressed by letter
    to SRC Chairman and Head SRU.

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Recommendations
SRC Commissioners are invited to a) agree the
proposed procedure regarding the notification of
Commissioners to the PC b) approve submission
of this procedure and current nominations, to
the PC for their approval by correspondence.
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Agenda Item 11 - Procedures
11.2 - ENPRM
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Agenda Item 12 - Work Programme, Budget and
Staffing
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Work Programme
  • Updated to Issue 5.0 (long version)
  • Now incorporates ESARR 1 and Training Course
    for Regulators
  • Reviewed (briefly) at mid-year awayday
  • No further changes proposed
  • Abbreviated, re-structured version to come,
    but..
  • On hold pending AGAS outcomes
  • Still a valid basis for SRU resource planning

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Staffing and Recruitment
  • Three posts for 2002
  • One phantom post still being pursued
  • Technical Assistant and Regulation Assistant
    personnel now in post
  • Replacement of Business Assistant post still in
    progress
  • Preparations for dealing with 2003 budget
    outcome

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SRU Budget
  • SRC Budget proposals (as approved by SRC13)
    submitted to AFG in May
  • AFG approved all proposals except
    increased staff (reduced to 50 in 03)
  • EUROCONTROL budget being reviewed by AFG 16
    in October
  • Re-submission of SRC proposals an available
    option
  • Commissioners need to brief their AFG
    representatives - URGENTLY

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Recommendations
  • SRC is invited to approve SRU actions and
    proposals with regard to -
  • Work Programme development,
  • budget submission to AFG, and
  • staffing and recruitment

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Agenda Item 12 - Any Other Business13.1 Update
on PLOC
122
Agenda Item 12 - Any Other Business13.2
Contingency Planning
123
Agenda Item 12 - Any Other Business13.3 ICAO
Air Navigation Conference 2003
124
Agenda Item 13 - Any Other Business13.4 ICAO
Safety Indicators SubGroup
125
Agenda Item 13 - Any Other Business13.5 RD in
ATM Safety
126
SRC14 Actions (1)
  • RFC 0218 - SRC Commissioners to inform the SRU on
    any other initiative of relevance to SRC Work
    Programme that was not identified in working
    paper SRC14.11 regarding the RD co-ordination
    mechanism in place and under development in ATM
  • Spanish input on ATM RD

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SRC14 Actions (2)
  • RFC 0219- SRC Commissioners to propose safety RD
    lines of action which would be of interest to the
    SRC and which could be submitted as RD safety
    activity .
  • No Response
  • RFC 0220 SRC Commissioners to provide
    information (through SRU) about national RD
    initiatives in ATM safety which would be of
    interest to SRC
  • No Response

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SRC14 Actions (3)
  • D-14/11/4- SRU to assess the feasibility of
    safety regulatory bodies becoming involved in the
    ARDEP process
  • D-14/11/5- SRU to contribute, on behalf of SRC,
    within the framework of the wider European ATM
    RD strategy to be developed to the
    establishment of a mechanism to co-ordinate
    European initiatives in RD ATM safety and to
    avoid a duplication of work..

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ARDEP is ...
  • .... the Analysis of RD in Eurocontrol
    Programmes
  • .... an annual exercise
  • .... regularly improved to meet the demands and
    requirements of its users and partners
  • .... the only and most exhaustive source of
    information on ATM RD activities in Europe

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Who contributes to ARDEP ?
  • Currently (2001-2002 campaign)
  • AENA (Spain)
  • DFS and DLR (Germany)
  • DNA (France)
  • European Commission
  • ENAV and SICTA (Italy)
  • European Space Agency
  • Eurocontrol Experimental Centre, EUROCONTROL HQ
  • LFV (Sweden)
  • LVNL and NLR (The Netherlands)
  • NATS (UK)

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ARDEP USERS
Global view
ARDEP SYSTEM
COMMUNICATION
SCHEDULING
COLLECTION
S
WORKING INFORMATION
E
C
U
R
CHECKING
I
T
Y
REFERENCE INFORMATION
PRESENTATION
IMPROVEMENT
ARDEP DEVELOPMENT
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The ISN ...
  • ..is composed of the organisations
    co-ordinators, who are nominated by the RD
    directors in each organisation
  • ..collects, checks, validates the data, reports
    to the RG and operates the ARDEP system
  • ..specifies new requirements coming from their
    organisation
  • ..participates in planning and improvements of
    the system

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Data Collection Path
Source of information (e.g. project managers)
Extract of ARDEP Database
ARDEP Database
ARDEP Interface
Contacts (information provided toco-ordinator
via e-mail, word, phone, automatic transfer from
national databases)
Contacts
ARDEP Team
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Type of data collected
  • Descriptive Data on the project (i.e. project
    title, internal code, objectives, approach,
    expected/achieved results, timeframe, current and
    target stages of the project, sponsoring,
    partners, )
  • Financial Data on the project (actual budget for
    previous year and planned budget for current
    year)
  • Classification of the project
  • By ARDEP Domains/Sub-Domains
  • By ATM Items 2000
  • Initiatives and future plans

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Proposal to SRC (1)
Source of information from National Safety
Regulator
Extract of ARDEP Database
ARDEP Database
ARDEP Interface
Contacts (information provided toNATIONAL
co-ordinator via e-mail, word, phone, automatic
transfer from national databases)
Contacts
ARDEP Team
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Proposal to SRC (2)
  • Early 2003- Analysis of ADREP Projects recorded
    so far
  • Identification of those of direct relevance to-
  • ATM safety
  • The SRC Work Programme
  • ...with related objectives, stakeholders, time
    scales
  • Dissemination of relevant conclusions to SRC
  • Annual updates

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Recommendations
  • SRC is invited to
  • note that SRU is contributing, on behalf of SRC,
    within the framework of the wider European
    ATM RD strategy to be developed to the
    establishment of a mechanism to co-ordinate
    European initiatives in RD ATM safety and to
    avoid a duplication of work
  • agree that any national safety regulatory RD
    project be fed to ARDEP through the national
    ARDEP co-ordinator
  • request SRU to identify by SRC 17 those ARDEP
    projects of direct relevance to ATM safety and
    to the SRC Work Programme.

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Agenda Item 13 - Any Other Business13.6 Audit
Training -Pilot Course
139
Training CourseATM Safety Regulatory Audit
  • Target Population-
  • National ATM safety regulators
  • SRU staff involved in ESARR Implementation
    Monitoring and Support Programme
  • ANS Service ProvidersTarget Population-
  • Course arrangements
  • One week course in IANS
  • Real audit on the field
  • 3 day Feed back and Consolidation session and exam

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Recommendation
  • SRC is invited to note-
  • the development of a training course on ATM
    safety regulatory audit
  • the approach foreseen for the course
  • that a Pilot course is planned for first half of
    December
  • that SRC Commissioners will be informed of the
    2003 dates for this course.

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Agenda Item 13 - Any Other Business13.7 GAIN
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Agenda Item 13 - Any Other Business13.8 Next
Meetings
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SRC Meetings 2003
  • SRC16 Tuesday, 25 February 2003 Wednesday,
    26 February 2003
  • SRC17 Tuesday, 27 May 2003 Wednesday, 28
    May 2003
  • SRC18 Wednesday, 24 September 2003
    Thursday, 25 September 2003

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