Draft cover 2005 - COSCAP-NA

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Transcript Draft cover 2005 - COSCAP-NA

Information requested following SMS implementation presentation

Information requested following SMS implementation presentation

Discussion at the last COSCAP-NA meeting lead to requests for the following additional details: 10.3 information on methods used for determining acceptable levels of safety; 10.4 guidance material for manufacturers to support implementation of SMS; and 10.5 checklists used to support oversight on ATM service providers. 2 RDIMS/SGDDI

10.3 Information on methods used for determining acceptable levels of safety

• Safety is not an absolute condition • There will always be risks • Need to manage risks to an acceptable level to prevent accidents

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10.3 Information on methods used for determining acceptable levels of safety; Example: regulatory reference for Level of Service applies to ANS - Canadian Civil Aviation Regulation 806.02(1) requires ANS service provider to notify the Minister of intent to terminate or reduce a level of service.

Minster then has the right to require the ANS service provider to complete an Aeronautical Study before any proposals are implemented 4 RDIMS/SGDDI

10.3 Information on methods used for determining acceptable levels of safety; Aeronautical Study Voluntary process follows Canadian Standards Association CAN/CSA – Q850 “Risk Management: Guideline for Decision Makers.” Fundamental principles are: - Consultation with Stakeholders - Identification of Risk and proposed Mitigation - Documentation Pending approval by the Department of Justice, Part VIII of the CARs will be amended to clarify this as a regulatory requirement 5 RDIMS/SGDDI

10.3 Information on methods used for determining acceptable levels of safety;

Reference documentation

- Risk Management and Decision Making in Civil Aviation TP 13095 (03/2001) available on line at

http://www.tc.gc.ca/CivilAviation/Publications/menu.htm#publications

- Canadian Standards Manual available on line at

http://www.csa-intl.org/onlinestore/welcome.asp

- Information from NAV CANADA on this topic and their level of service policy can be found at:

http://www.navcanada.ca/NavCanada.asp?Language

=en&Content=ContentDefinitionFiles\Services\ ANSPrograms\LevelOfService\default.xml

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10.4 Guidance material for manufacturers to support implementation of SMS Regulations for manufacturers were tabled in Jan 2007 - expected to be published in about 2 to 3 years - requirements will be exactly the same as for all of Part 5 (Airworthiness) and Part 7 (Commercial Air Services) Guidance material for Part 5 and Part 7 is in the process of being revised to apply to all operators/manufacturers: Reference document is TP 13881, Safety Management Systems for Flight Operations and Aircraft Maintenance Organizations - Guide to implementation 7 RDIMS/SGDDI

10.4 Guidance material for manufacturers to support implementation of SMS Additional Guidance on SMS Assessment - TP 14326 is the primary assessment protocol reference for T.C. Delegated Inspectors - Covers components and elements of the Civil Aviation SMS model - Expectations have been developed for each element along with associated questions and evaluation criteria -Reminder that case specific protocol will vary depending on the company being assessed Web link http://tcinfo/civilaviation/maintenance/TP14326/Introduction.htm

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10.5 Checklists used to support oversight on ATM service providers.

ATM - Air traffic management

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The aggregation of the airborne functions and ground-based functions (air traffic services, airspace management and air traffic flow management) required to ensure the safe and efficient movement of aircraft during all phases of operations.

CNS – Communications, Navigation and Surveillance.

ATS – Air Traffic Services (ATC and FSS) RDIMS/SGDDI 9

10.5 Checklists used to support oversight on ATM service providers.

CNS

Authority CAR 802 - Establishes Standards incorporates by reference Annex 10 - Requires - records - training/certification Oversight - Frequency of Inspection Policy - Safety triggers - AORs and CADORs - TC/NAVCAN Safety Oversight Committee 10 RDIMS/SGDDI

10.5 Checklists used to support oversight on ATM service providers.

ATM

Authority - CAR 802 - Refinement through pending NPA has CARAC approval to describe procedures and standards Oversight - Safety triggers - AORs and CADORs - TC/NAVCAN Safety Oversight Committee 11 RDIMS/SGDDI

10.5 Checklists used to support oversight on ATM service providers

ATS

Authority CAR 801 - Links to Standards in CAR 821 (Domestic) and Chapter 3 of Annex (International) - Mandates requirement for site manual to document provision of service Oversight - Frequency of Inspection - Safety triggers - AORs and CADORs - TC/NAVCAN Safety Oversight Committee RDIMS/SGDDI 12

NAV CANADA’s Safety Management System Safety Philosophy

accidents are organizationally based and as such SMS must integrate technical and operational systems with financial and human resource management

Safety Objective

to reduce safety risks resulting from the provision by NAV CANADA of air navigation services and products to a level as low as reasonably achievable

Safety Policy Level Safety Priority Safety Responsibility

safety is afforded the highest priority over commercial, operational, environmental or social pressures everyone has a responsibility to contribute to the achievement of the safety goal

Safety Management

proactive, systematic, explicit and coordinated management of safety risks

Safety Planning Operational Risk Management Exchange of Safety Information Safety Performance Measurement Safety Management Assurance

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