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Title: SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


1
SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • HELI EXPO 2012
  • SMS Workshop

Fred Brisbois Sikorsky Aircraft Co-Chair U.S.
Implementation Team
IHSS 2011, Ft. Worth, Texas November 6, 2011
2
TOPICS
  • Fundamentals of SMS background information
  • Just Culture
  • Return On Investment
  • Toolkit Edition 1
  • Toolkit Edition 2

3
FUNDAMENTALS
4
PEOPLE
Its about bringing them homeevery time.
5
ACCIDENT CAUSES
HUMAN
PRIMARY CAUSE FACTORS
MACHINE
TIME
6
WHY?
  • EACH HELICOPTER ACCIDENT IS
  • ALL OF OURs!

7
WE ARE ONLY HUMAN!
Human beings by their very nature make mistakes
therefore, it is unreasonable to expect
error-free human performance. Shappell
Wiegmann, 1997
8
SAFETY
  • Is the key to our future
  • It affects everything we do (SMS)
  • Every accident affects everyone

9
PRIORITIES
  • SAFETY must be the highest priority
  • MISSION relies on safety
  • Every person in the organization is critical to
    preventing accidents

10
SMS WHAT IS IT?
  • A system that enables the systematic management
    of safety throughout an organization
  • A business-like approach to safety
  • A systematic, explicit and comprehensive process
    for managing risks and
  • Provides for goal-setting, planning and measuring
    performance.

11
SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • Infuses safety into all parts of the system
  • Training
  • Operations
  • Maintenance
  • People
  • Tools
  • Procedures
  • Materials
  • Equipment
  • Software

12
SAFETY MANGEMENT SYSTEM
SAFETY POLICY
SAFETY ASSURANCE
Safety Policy
Safety Performance Monitoring and Measurement
Management Commitment Safety Accountability
Management of Change
Key Safety Personnel
Continual Improvement
Emergency Preparedness Response
SMS Documentation Records
SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT
SAFETY PROMOTION
Hazard Identification and Analysis
Competencies and Training
Risk Assessment and Control
Communication and Awareness
13
JUST CULTURE
14
CAUSES OF HUMAN ERRORS
  • Not following a procedure (violation)
  • Follow an incorrect process.
  • Forget to complete a procedure
  • Skills and training related errors

15
JUST CULTURE
  • A Key Fundamental of SMS
  • Promotes reporting
  • Results in operational improvements

16
SIMPLIFIED JUST CULTURE MODELSMS Toolkit,
Edition 1, Page 29
17
DETAILED JUST CULTURE MODELSMS Toolkit,
Version 2, Page 59
18
SAFETYS RETURN ON INVESTMENT
19
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SAFETY SYSTEM
20
WHAT LANGUAGE DO YOU SPEAK?
-OR-
21
ROI WHAT IS SAFETYs PAYBACK?
Net Present Value Present Value of Project Cost
ROI
22
RETURN ON INVESTMENT
WHAT DOES A SAFETY GUY KNOW ABOUT FINANCE?
23
ROHSEIOne Way To Change The Paradigm.
  • Return on Health,
  • Safety and
  • Environmental
  • Investment
  • (ROHSEI)

24
BRIDGING FINANCE SAFETY
BUSINESS TALK
SAFETY TALK
Finance/Operations
Safety/Industrial Hygiene
Earnings/EPS
Accident rates
ROI
Property loss
Payback
Insurance premiums
PVRR
Fines and citations
Internal Rate of Return
No. of people trained
Production rates
Exposure Assessments
ROHSEI
Earnings/employee
Near misses
Bridges
Net Present Value
Behavioral Observations
the Gap
Cost Benefit
Audit findings
25
JHSAT COMPENDIUM ANALYSISU.S. Accidents For
Calendar Years 2000, 2001, 2006
  • Safety Management Issues Identified In 43 Of The
    Accidents
  • 64 of the 523 Accidents Had A Safety Management
    Intervention Recommendation

26
ROHSEI CALCULATIONS
27
ROHSEI APPLIED TO SMS
2. Double the cost to implement for aircaft
valued 50 less
28
TOOLKITS
29
FAA Order VS 8000.367
FAA Advisory Circular 120-92
ICAO DOC 9859 AN/460
34 Pages
40 Pages
290 Pages
30
SOLUTIONSMust be tailored to YOUR regional area
mission
31
IHST TOOLKITS
Edition 1
Edition 2
32
IHST SMS TOOLKITEdition 1
39 pages
33
CHAPTER 1 (Edition 1)Safety Management System
Attributes
34
CHAPTER 2, (Edition 1) Organizational And Human
Requirements
  • Policy
  • Procedures
  • Human Requirements
  • Responsibility
  • Authority
  • Duty

35
CHAPTER 3, (Edition 1) Implementing An SMS
Checklist to help validate implementation of SMS
attributes
36
CHAPTER 4, (Edition 1) Example of Small Operator
SMS
37
IHST TOOLKITEdition 2
97 pages
38
CHAPTER 1 (Edition 2) Organization Human
Requirements
  • Guidelines for using policies and procedures to
    achieve desired level of safety
  • Policies
  • Procedures
  • Individual responsibilities
  • Authority
  • Safety Planning Exercise/Template

39
CHAPTER 1 (Edition 2) SMS Planning Exercise
40
CHAPTER 2 (Edition 2) Safety Management System
Elements
  • Theories and philosophy behind core SMS elements
    in designing an effective SMS plan.
  • Internal Evaluation tables from FAA SMS Program
    Office Assurance guide
  • Safety culture assessment (adapted from Dr.
    James Reason)

41
CHAPTER 2 (Edition 2) FAA SMS Program Office
Assurance Guide
42
CHAPTER 2 (Edition 2)Safety Culture Assessment
43
CHAPTER 3 (Edition 2)Guidelines To SMS
Implementation
Systematic guidelines to implement an
SMS Checklist for SMS elements Phased
implementation guidelines Planning
organization Reactive processes Proactive
processes
44
CHAPTER 3 (Edition 2) SMS Implementation Checklist
45
CHAPTER 3 (Edition 2) SMS Development Chart
46
CHAPTER 4 (Edition 2)Resources for SMS
Implementation
Definition of terms Sample SMS program
47
CONTACT
Fred Brisbois Sikorsky Aircraft fbrisbois_at_sikorsky
.com 203.605.7747
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