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Title: Safety and Security in Air Traffic Management Rod Graff


1
Safety and Security in Air Traffic
ManagementRod Graff
Agenda Item 2
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Safety and Security in Air Traffic Management
  • 2.1 Safety management systems and programmes
  • 2.2 Safety certification of ATM systems
  • 2.3 Safety regulation
  • 2.4 Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP)
  • 2.5 Safety and security of the ATM
    infrastructure

3
Basis for Safety Management
  • Accidents and incidents traced to some form of
    human error
  • As well as radar screen, tower and maintenance
    workshop, errors occur at management level
  • Organizational Accident
  • Safety managed on organizational basis

4
Safety Management System
  • Safety management system provides organizations
  • the capacity to anticipate and address safety
    issues before they lead to an incident or
    accident.
  • the ability to deal effectively with accidents
    and near misses so that valuable lessons are
    applied to improve safety and efficiency.

5
Safety Management Programme
  • Day to day management - Service provider SMS
  • State responsibility - regulation
  • Two components
  • Safety regulatory and oversight function -State
  • Safety management system ATS provider(s)

6
Current Requirements
  • Amendment 40 to Annex 11
  • Implement systematic and appropriate ATS safety
    management programme that
  • identifies actual and potential hazards and
    determines the need for remedial action
  • ensures that remedial action necessary to
    maintain an acceptable level of safety is
    implemented and
  • provides for continuous monitoring and regular
    assessment of the safety level achieved.

7
Current Requirements
  • Amendment 40 to Annex 11
  • Implement systematic and appropriate ATS safety
    management programme that
  • identifies actual and potential hazards and
    determines the need for remedial action
  • ensures that remedial action necessary to
    maintain an acceptable level of safety is
    implemented and
  • provides for continuous monitoring and regular
    assessment of the safety level achieved.

8
Implementation
  • PANS-ATM
  • Manual on Safety Management for Air Traffic
    Services

9
The next step?
  • Uniform approach
  • Globally standardised safety management processes
    and practices
  • Avoids unnecessary duplication
  • Collect right data to monitor level of safety
  • Broader view of ATM
  • System Safety Approach

10
ATM System
Procedures
People
ATC
ATC
Support
Maintenance
Engineers
Aircrew
Technologies/ Information
Aircrew
Maintenance
Navigation
Comms
Surveillance
11
Lifecycle management
  • Safety not an add on
  • Design safety into the whole system
  • Life cycles of a system
  • from the
  • concept phase
  • design and development phase
  • operation and maintenance phase.

12
System Safety Approach
  • Uniform approach
  • All activities and resources are included
  • Lifecycle management
  • Globally standardised safety management processes
    and practices

13
Regulation
  • Autonomy of ATM service providers
  • Relationship with State
  • Separation of provider and regulator
  • Standardized approach to regulation
  • Regulatory frameworks and strong cooperation
    between regulatory authorities
  • Separation of regulation from service provision
  • Certification of service providers

14
Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP)
  • Reduce worldwide accident rates
  • Facilitate the communication of safety-related
    information
  • Safety programmes complementary
  • USOAP is a key element
  • Expansion to ATM

15
Security
  • Improved security of ATM systems and information
  • Provides assistance and information
  • In Flight Emergency Response

16
Conference outcomes?
  • Understanding of safety issues
  • new Manual on Safety Management for Air Traffic
    Services
  • GASPs role in improving safety
  • Adoption of system safety approach
  • Standardized cooperative ATM Regulation
  • Measures to address security of ATM

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