SA6007E - ANSP-Safety Management: Air Navigation Services Provider

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SA6007E - ANSP-Safety Management: Air Navigation Services Provider

Objectives

General objective:

After completing this module, the student will be able to:
Work in teams on SMS development, implementation, assessment and maintaining for an Air Navigation Services Provider, from a complete analysis of its organisation and its environment, from the understanding of its characteristics, and by taking into account the regulatory requirements

Detailed objectives:

After completing this module, the student will be able to:

- Analyse the characteristics of an ANS provider’s organisation
- Management of safety related events for single and multiple units
- Services to be provided or contracted (ATS, AIS, CNS, MET, SAR…)
- Interactions and dependencies with the oversight authority
- Management of suppliers and stakeholders (airports, airlines, equipment suppliers, navaids…)
- Potential integration of several SMS ( ATO, AO, …)

- Build up a relevant safety organisation adapted to the size of the organisation

- Construct the frame of reference for the SMS and write the associated documents

- Analyse the hazards and manage the risks associated with the ATS provider’s activities and the risks inherent to the organisation of an ATS provider including:
- Organisation of an efficient data collection and data analysis system
- Management of change
- Organisation of Safety Committees
- Human performance contribution to the outcome of safety event in a complex system and the role of ATCO and ATSEP in an ATS organisation

- Conduct safety audits or safety investigations and generate safety recommendations

- Create a safety action plan applicable to the ANS provider and processes

- Select relevant safety indicators, and choose the appropriate methods (including audits) to manage the SMS into an ANS provider organisation

- Assess the SMS and measure the safety performance and oversee the continuous enhancement of the SMS

- Promote safety culture among ATCO, ATSEP and management

Hours

  • Lectures : 36
  • Supervised Work : 15

Form of assessment

Total assessment hours: 2

This course is part of the programme

In brief

ECTS credits : cf Teaching Unit

Number of hours 61

Teaching language
Anglais

Contact(s)

Stéphane DEHARVENGT

Email : stephane.deharvengt @ aviation-civile.gouv.fr