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Email registration form to email@example.com
9am – 5pm
Two weeks before course date.
690 West Camp Road
#08-13 JTC Aviation Two
Seletar Aerospace Park
AAIS Member: S$1,930/pax
(excl. prevailing GST)
About the Course:
|The aim of this course is to provide a detailed overview of the processes and characteristics of Safety Management Systems (SMS) required by regulation.
The theoretical elements of this course will be taught by instructor presentation and teaching strategies that meet the training needs. The use of case study and role-play will greatly enhance participants understanding.
On completion of the training, participants will be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge of Safety Management Systems.
Who Should Attend?
|This training course is aimed at personnel involved with the development and delivery of safety management at both departmental and organisation levels.
By the end of this 3-day course, participants will be able to:- Provide a comprehensive overview of an effective SMS in terms of its’ overall importance and associated benefits;
– Define the term ‘Safety’ and explain the ICAO concept;
– State the responsibilities of senior aviation management in terms of implementation and commitment;
– List and explain the characteristics of a modern SMS and apply this to your own organisational perspective;
– Discuss the operational and commercial importance of safety management;
– Clearly define and apply Safety Policy and Objectives in terms of regulatory requirements;
– Describe the SMS implementation plan and why it is critical to the success of SMS from the outset;
– State the need and typical requirements of an SMS Manual as per ICAO;
– Define the Safety Accountable Executive/Manager in terms of accountabilities, responsibilities & requirements;
– Explain the importance of documentation and communication;
– Define typical Safety Management Organisational structure & hierarchy;
– Explain safety risk management processes for the identification of hazards;
– Implementation of non-punitive hazard reporting systems as a means to encourage greater and more effective safety reporting;
– Describe the desirable characteristics of a typical safety reporting system;
– Discuss the four generic steps to actioning a safety report;
– State the requirements for the formal process of data capture & analysis, Assessment and control;
– State the means of verifying the organizations’ safety performance;
– State the need for organizations to develop a formal change management process.
|About the Instructor:
Mr Rustom Sutaria
Engaged by a portfolio of high profile aviation clients ranging from leading aviation training businesses, general aviation, major blue-chip international companies, aircraft operators, major international airlines & airports.
|*Note: AAIS reserves the right to adjust the course pricing and to re-schedule or cancel any course due to unforeseen circumstances, course commencement is subject to minimum class size requirements.|