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Title: IATA Strategy for the Future/IOSA


1
IATA Strategy for the Future/IOSA Mike
OBrien IOSA Programme Director
2
IATAs Commitment to Safety
  • Safety is our industrys number one priority
    The IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) is at
    the core of our efforts.. Standardisation is
    critical to improving Safety.
  • - Giovanni Bisignani
  • IATA CEO and Director General

3
Presentation Structure
  • Accident rates and safety focus
  • Safety Auditing IOSA
  • Safety Data
  • Ground Damage Prevention
  • Cargo Safety
  • Cabin Safety
  • ATC Phraseology/Aviation English
  • Fuel Tank Safety

4
Common Goal of Reducing the Accident Rate
5
Reduce Accident rate - particularly in the
Regions where these remain high
0.52
0.29
5.3
0.94
5.2
1.3
Hull losses per million departures by region of
operator, Western-built Jets 2004
World 0.78
6
IATA Six-point Safety Programme
7
What is IOSA?
  • A standardized and structured airline safety
    audit programme
  • Internationally recognized operational standards
  • A model for operational safety/quality management
  • A way to reduce the number of industry audits
  • A model to improve global operational safety

8
Safety Auditing
IOSA
USOAP
States
Airlines
9
IOSA Progress
  • 77 audits completed 36 more contracts signed
  • 43 airlines on the Registry 50 audits avoided
  • State support growing, exemplified by
    Resolution at ICAO Assembly
  • IOSA is not designed to replace Regulatory
    Oversight!
  • But it can most definitely complement it

10
IOSA Status
Audits
Audit Requests
11
Regional Audit Summary
Region Completed Contracted
North America 8 10
Europe 38 27
Latin America 5 2
Middle East 6 8
Africa 0 2
Asia Pacific 14 5
China 6 6
Russia CIS 0 2
As of 9 June 2005
12
IOSA Findings Conformity to Standards
13
Safety in Africa
  • Almost 25 of accidents occurred in Africa.
  • Main contributing factors
  • Deficiencies in safety management.
  • Poor training systems.
  • Flight crew proficiency issues.

14
IATA Partnership for Safety
  • Training
  • Practical IOSA awareness seminars
  • Gap Analysis
  • Provide an assessment of the airline
  • Implementation
  • IATA members in developing regions
  • Starting with AFI, then other regions.
  • IATA financing plus matching funds

15
Safety Data Management Analysis
  • Accidents Annual IATA Safety Report
  • Lessons learned incorporated into future safety
    initiatives.
  • Incidents STEADES
  • Quarterly reports highlight leading incident
    issues.
  • Custom analysis of specific areas of concern.
  • Normal Operations FDA Service
  • Unique window into day to day operational
    standards.
  • Specific occurrences can be analyzed and animated
    for training purposes.

16
Ground Damage Prevention Programme
NO TYPE OR IMAGES CAN TOUCH THE SKY
  • Why ?

4 B damage per year
17
  • Ground Damage - Areas of Concern
  • Cargo and Baggage Loading/Unloading
  • Airbridge/Jetway Operations
  • Ground Maintenance Operations

18
Ground Damage Prevention Programme Major
Deliverables
NO TYPE OR IMAGES CAN TOUCH THE SKY
  • Conduct an awareness campaign on GDPP
  • Obtain buy-in from concerned stakeholders
  • Complete threat analysis
  • Short term action plan to address weak areas
  • Cost tracking tool - direct costs of ground
    damage
  • Develop a SMS certification programme for service
    providers
  • Establish harmonised incident/accident database

19
Cargo Safety
NO TYPE OR IMAGES CAN TOUCH THE SKY
  • Cargo operations - 33 of the 2004 accidents
  • Europe and North America negligible contributors
  • Any accidents damage public confidence
  • Involve States through ICAO
  • Study higher threat areas, e.g wet lease
  • Identify the best areas to focus action
  • Develop IOSA for all-cargo operations
  • Implement ASET recommendations on cargo
    accident prevention

20
Cabin Safety
  • Reduce turbulence-related cabin crew injury rate
    by 50 by 2008
  • Reduce inadvertent slide deployment rate by half
    by 2008
  • Cabin safety toolkit in development
  • Includes training and incident analysis manual
  • Include research conducted for future A380
    operators
  • Toolkit ready Q3 2005

21
Aviation English Training and Testing
NO TYPE OR IMAGES CAN TOUCH THE SKY
  • Language used in ATC comms has been a
    contributory factor in many fatal accidents
  • New provisions for language proficiency and ATC
    phraseology adopted by ICAO
  • Compliance date is March 2008
  • To assist the industry, IATA has developed new
    training and testing services.

22
Fuel Tank Safety
NO TYPE OR IMAGES CAN TOUCH THE SKY
  • IATA fully agrees to the need for improvements in
    the area of fuel tank safety
  • Various investigative analyses have confirmed the
    effectiveness of alternate means of compliance
  • IATA therefore strongly supports a joint industry
    effort to specify the final system modification
    and inspection requirements, avoiding retrofits
    for in-service aircraft

23
Conclusion - challenges
NO TYPE OR IMAGES CAN TOUCH THE SKY
  • Seek greater Regulatory Authority buy-in to IOSA
  • How can we better align Industry and State safety
    programmes?
  • How can we streamline/coordinate these
    programmes?
  • Its not a competition!
  • Co-operation for safety improvement
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