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                                           Federal Aviation
                                           Administration

 FAA Safety Team


Safety Management Systems



 Presented to: FAASTeam Management Board
 By: Keith D. Ballenger, AWP-204
 Date: February 7, 2006
                       ICAO Definition

        • Safety is the state in which the risk of harm
        to persons or property damage is reduced to,
        and maintained at or below, an acceptable
        level through a continuing process of hazard
        identification and risk management.




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     Safety Management System
       • Is an explicit element of corporate management
         responsibility which sets a company’s policy and
         defines how it intends to manage safety as an integral
         part of its overall business.

           A systematic management of risks associated with
           flight operations, related ground operations and aircraft
           engineering or maintenance activities to achieve high
           levels of safety performance.
                                            19th Annual FAA/JAA International Conference




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     Safety Management System

       “Such a system is as important to business
         survival as a financial management system…”

       “…leads to achievement of enhanced safety
         performance aiming at best practice and
         moving beyond mere compliance with
         regulatory requirements.
                            Jim Done, Head of Aircraft Maintenance Standards Department, UK CAA




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              ICAO Proposed SARP

       “Such a system is as important to business survival
         as a financial management system…”

       “…leads to achievement of enhanced safety
         performance aiming at best practice and moving
         beyond mere compliance with regulatory
         requirements.
                                Jim Done, Head of Aircraft Maintenance Standards Department, UK CAA




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           FAA Response to ICAO
       “We fully support the advantages of safety risk
         management and safety assurance provided by Safety
         Management Systems…but, the requirements must be
         scalable to all sizes of operators and service providers
         to be fair and effective.”

       “For extremely small operators and service providers with
         small organizations, the concept of a formal Safety
         Management System is practical. But, the requirements
         must be formulated so that these systems are within
         modest means, while still having sufficient structure to
         provide meaningful safety benefits.”
                                     AFS-50 response to proposed 11/23/2006 implementation




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                  Management Responsibility



Interfaces                                Management Authority




  Process                            Controls       Procedures


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               AFS-250
       Emergency Medical Services




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                          AFS-800
                       General Aviation




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              AFS-900
Joint Planning & Development Office




    White House Office of Science & Technology, FAA, Department of Defense,
               Department of Commerce, Homeland Security & NASA
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        FAASTeam SMS Core Product
               Bottom Line
   • Future ICAO Requirement
   • Provides structure and next generation of risk reduction
   • FAASTeam provides SMS orientation education
   • Aid operators in development of their SMS programs
   • Interface with Director of Safety & CMT
   • Collect Process Measurements & Best Practices
   • Analyze & Design risk identified interventions

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