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       International Civil Aviation Organization




      RUNWAY SAFETY PROGRAMME
       Joseph CHEONG (TO/AGA/ANB)
    David EVANS DE MARIA (TO/AGA/ANB)
     John SLAUGHTER (Consultant/AGA)
      Michelle MILLAR (Consultant/ISM)

 Second Training Course of Regional Officers
(AGA, AIM, CNS and MET Regional Officers)
 (Montreal, 25 October — 5 November 2010)
                 DATA

• RE and RI accounted for 30% of total
  accidents (1995-2008)
• 973 fatalities
• RE are the highest single occurrence
  category of all accidents
• No substantial global improvement in the
  past 14 years


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History of ICAO Runway Safety Programme


• Education and awareness campaign starting
  in 2002 focusing on RI
• Amendments to Annexes 11 and 14, PANS-
  ATM, etc.
• Manual on prevention of RI and the toolkit
• Shifting of focus to RE



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History of ICAO Runway Safety Programme


• BP 2008-2010 started introducing the ICAO
  runway safety programme covering both RI
  and RE
• Different projects/work items by different
  sections/panels




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              New Initiatives

• Addressing runway safety in a
  comprehensive manner
• Specific agenda item on runway safety for
  A37
• A37 paper “Tackling the Global Issue of
  Runway Safety”
• Proposed Assembly resolution


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             New Initiatives

http://www.icao.int/cgi/a37.pl?wp;TE
• WPs 68, 82, 139, 156, 162, 191, 313
• New Assembly Resolution on Runway
  Safety
• WP 355 Report on A37 agenda item 30
• Note new AGA tasks related to Runway
  Safety in A37-WP/43 Programme 9 on
  Aerodrome Safety

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              New Initiatives

• Invites partnership from all international
  organizations and stakeholders
  – ICAO/IATA RERR toolkit
  – Global runway safety symposium (GRSS, 24 to
    26 May, 2011) http://www.icao.int/GRSS2011/
  – Subsequent regional runway safety
    seminars/workshops (Rec. of HLSC)



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              New Concepts

• Runway safety programme to include at
  least five areas: regulators, aircraft
  operators, ANSP, aerodromes and
  aerodrome manufacturers
• To address the prevention and mitigation
  of RE, RI and other occurrences related to
  runway safety
• To create local runway safety teams

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             Presentations by

• John Slaughter on ICAO/IATA RERR Toolkit

• Michelle Millar on Global Runway Safety
  Symposium (GRSS, 24 – 26 May 2011)




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The Next Step

• What is Runway Safety?
• How does it fit into ICAO’s safety framework?
  – Policy & Standardization
  – Analysis
  – Monitoring
  – Implementation
     • Regional Runway Safety Summits




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