Safety Management System (SMS) Introduction

Amount of Students: 18
Teacher: Aviation Competence Centre (EASA 147: NL.147.7176)
Released: 28-11-2014
Price (excl VAT): € 95.00

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Table of Contents

Before you start

Module 1. ICAO Safety Management System Introduction

1.1 ICAO Safety Management SARPS

1.3 Stages of evolution

1.10 Practice for Final Examination

Module 2. Safety Management Fundamentals

2.5 Responsibilities for managing safety

2.6 Safety data collection and analysing

2.7 Summary of Safety Management

2.8 Practice for Final Examination

Module 3. Hazards

3.1 Definition “hazards”

3.4 Classification of hazards

3.8 Examples of hazards identification

3.9 Documentation of hazards

3.10 Practice for Final Examination

Module 4. Safety risks

4.1 Definition “Safety risks”

4.2 Examples of Safety risks

4.7 Strategies for safety risk control/mitigation

4.8 The safety risk mitigation process

4.9 Safety Risk Mitigation Worksheet

4.10 Organisation Safety Culture (OSC) / Organisation Risk Profile (ORP) Assessment Checklist

4.11 Practice for Final Examination

Module 5. Safety management systems (Overview)

5.1 Features characterize an SMS

5.2 Differences between QMS and SMS

5.5 Practice for Final Examination

Module 6. SMS Component 1. Safety Policy and Objectives

6.1 SMS Element 1.1. Management commitment and responsibility

6.4 SMS Element 1.4. Coordination of Emergency response planning

6.5 SMS Element 1.5. SMS Documentation

6.6 Practice for Final Examination

Module 7. SMS Component 2. Safety Risk Management

7.3 Practice for Final Examination

Module 8. SMS Component 3. Safety Assurance

8.1 SMS Element 3.1 Safety Performance monitoring and measurement

8.2 SMS Element 3.2. The Management of change

8.3 SMS Element 3.3 Continuous Improvement of SMS

8.4 Practice for Final Examination

Module 9. SMS Component 4. Safety Promotion

9.1 SMS Element 4.1. Training and Education

9.2 SMS Element 4.2. Safety Communication

9.3 Practice for Final Examination

Module 10. Implementing a SMS in a MRO or Part-M organisation

10.1 Gap Analysis and determine the scope of the SMS system

10.3 Phase 1 - Preparation, Planning and assignment of responsibilities (12 months)

10.4 Phase 2 - Implement Essential Safety Management processes (12 months)

10.5 Phase 3 - Establish safety risk management processes (18 months)

10.6 Phase 4 - Mature Implementation of safety risk management and safety assurance (18 months)

10.7 Analysing techniques and methodologies

10.8 Practice for Final Examination

Module 11. Emergency Response Plan

11.1 Definition “Emergency Response Plan”

11.2 The purpose of an ERP

11.4 ERP Checklists

11.5 ERP Training and exercises

11.6 Example of Emergency Response Plan

11.7 Practice for Final Examination

Module 12. SMS and EASA / FAA Requirements

12.1 SMS requirements for EASA Part-145 (NPA 2013-01 (C)

12.2 SMS requirements for EASA Part-М (NPA 2013-01 (B)

12.4 FAA SMS instruction video

12.5 Practice for Final Examination

Module 13. MEDA event investigation technique

13.1 MEDA Introduction

13.2 What is an error?

13.3 What is a violation?

13.4 What is a contributing factor?

13.6 Event investigation model

13.7 Practice for Final Examination

Module 14. Threat and error management (TEM)

14.2 ТЕМ model

14.4 Threat Management strategies

14.5 Basic components that are linked to safe flight

14.6 Response forms

14.8 Practice for Final Examination

Module 15. The Airline Risk Management Solutions

15.2 A key points of the ARMS methodology

15.4 Practice for Final Examination

Module 18. Reporting system

18.1 Introduction

18.2 Mandatory incident reporting systems

18.3 Voluntary incident reporting systems

18.4 Confidential reporting systems

18.5 Company reporting systems

18.6 ICAO Accident/Incident Data Reporting System

18.7 European Co-ordination Centre for Aviation Incident Reporting Systems (ECCAIRS)

18.8 Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS)

18.9 Confidential Human Factors Incident Reporting Programme (CHIRP)

18.10 The internal occurrence reporting system (IORS)

18.12 Practice for Final Examination

Final Examination

Description

This course is developed for personnel assigned to safety and safety-related positions in an aviation maintenance organisation or to those who would like a comprehensive review of SMS fundamentals in order to review, evaluate, build, or improve upon a safety management plan. This course will take about 13 hours to complete.

Price (excl VAT)

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6 Months: € 95

Teacher

Aviation Competence Centre (EASA 147: NL.147.7176)

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Safety Management System (SMS) Introduction 28-11-2014
Module 1 CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Module 1 CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 3 CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Module 3 CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 2 CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 4 CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 5 CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Module 6 CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Module 5 CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 7A CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Module 6 CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 8 CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Module 7A CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 9A CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Module 8 CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 10 CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Module 9A CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 11A CAT A1 16-09-2014
Module 10 CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 15 CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Module 11B CAT A2 16-09-2014
Module 11A CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 15 CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 16 CAT A1/A2 02-10-2016
Module 17A CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 17A CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
Safety Management System (SMS) General Awareness 28-11-2014
All E-books CAT A1/A2 16-09-2014
All E-books CAT B1.1 16-09-2014
Module 4 CAT B2 16-12-2015
Module 5 CAT B2 16-12-2015
MTOE rev 08 update training 06-03-2016
MTOE rev 08 update training for Examination Observers 05-01-2016
Module 1 CAT B1.2 01-03-2016
Module 2 CAT B1.2 01-03-2016
Module 3 CAT B1.2 01-03-2016
Module 4 CAT B1.2 01-03-2016
Module 1 CAT B1.3 02-10-2016
Module 2 CAT B1.3 01-03-2016
Module 3 CAT B1.3 01-03-2016
Module 4 CAT B1.3 01-03-2016
Module 5 CAT B1.3 02-10-2016
Module 5 CAT B1.2 01-03-2016
Module 5 CAT B1.4 02-03-2016
Module 1 CAT B1.4 01-03-2016
Module 2 CAT B1.4 01-03-2016
Module 3 CAT B1.4 01-03-2016
Module 4 CAT B1.4 01-03-2016
Module 6 CAT B1.2 11-04-2016
Module 6 CAT B1.3 11-04-2016
Module 6 CAT B1.4 11-04-2016
Module 7A CAT B1.2 11-04-2016
Module 7A CAT B1.3 11-04-2016
Module 7A CAT B1.4 11-04-2016
Module 8 CAT B1.2 11-04-2016
Module 8 CAT B1.3 11-04-2016
Module 8 CAT B1.4 11-04-2016
Module 9A CAT B1.2 11-04-2016
Module 9A CAT B1.3 11-04-2016
Module 9A CAT B1.4 11-04-2016
Module 10 CAT B1.2 11-04-2016
Module 10 CAT B1.3 11-04-2016
Module 10 CAT B1.4 11-04-2016
Module 11B CAT B1.2 02-10-2016
Module 12 CAT B1.3 30-05-2016
Module 12 CAT B1.4 15-04-2016
Module 15 CAT B1.3 15-04-2016
Module 16 CAT B1.2 02-10-2016
Module 16 CAT B1.4 15-04-2016
Module 17A CAT B1.2 02-10-2016
All E-books CAT B1.2 18-04-2016
All E-books CAT B1.3 18-04-2016
All E-books CAT B1.4 18-04-2016
Module 1 CAT B2 05-08-2016
Module 2 CAT B2 05-08-2016
Module 3 CAT B2 05-08-2016
Module 6 CAT B2 05-08-2016
Module 7A CAT B2 08-08-2016
Module 8 CAT B2 08-08-2016
Module 9A CAT B2 08-08-2016
Module 10 CAT B2 08-08-2016
Module 13 CAT B2 08-08-2016
Module 14 CAT B2 08-08-2016
All E-books CAT B2 08-08-2016
MTOE rev 09 and 10 update training 06-03-2016
MTOE rev 09 and 10 update training for Examination Observers 06-03-2016
E-books CAT B1.1 to B2 08-08-2016
MTOE rev 12A update training 06-03-2016

Requirements

Others:

For those from organizations that already have safety programs, the trainee will be able to critically review, compare and contrast, evaluate, and improve existing plans and programs from a safety management system perspective and make the required improvements.

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Before you start
Module 1. ICAO Safety Management System Introduction
1.1 ICAO Safety Management SARPS
1.3 Stages of evolution
1.10 Practice for Final Examination
Module 2. Safety Management Fundamentals
2.5 Responsibilities for managing safety
2.6 Safety data collection and analysing
2.7 Summary of Safety Management
2.8 Practice for Final Examination
Module 3. Hazards
3.1 Definition “hazards”
3.4 Classification of hazards
3.8 Examples of hazards identification
3.9 Documentation of hazards
3.10 Practice for Final Examination
Module 4. Safety risks
4.1 Definition “Safety risks”
4.2 Examples of Safety risks
4.7 Strategies for safety risk control/mitigation
4.8 The safety risk mitigation process
4.9 Safety Risk Mitigation Worksheet
4.10 Organisation Safety Culture (OSC) / Organisation Risk Profile (ORP) Assessment Checklist
4.11 Practice for Final Examination
Module 5. Safety management systems (Overview)
5.1 Features characterize an SMS
5.2 Differences between QMS and SMS
5.5 Practice for Final Examination
Module 6. SMS Component 1. Safety Policy and Objectives
6.1 SMS Element 1.1. Management commitment and responsibility
6.4 SMS Element 1.4. Coordination of Emergency response planning
6.5 SMS Element 1.5. SMS Documentation
6.6 Practice for Final Examination
Module 7. SMS Component 2. Safety Risk Management
7.3 Practice for Final Examination
Module 8. SMS Component 3. Safety Assurance
8.1 SMS Element 3.1 Safety Performance monitoring and measurement
8.2 SMS Element 3.2. The Management of change
8.3 SMS Element 3.3 Continuous Improvement of SMS
8.4 Practice for Final Examination
Module 9. SMS Component 4. Safety Promotion
9.1 SMS Element 4.1. Training and Education
9.2 SMS Element 4.2. Safety Communication
9.3 Practice for Final Examination
Module 10. Implementing a SMS in a MRO or Part-M organisation
10.1 Gap Analysis and determine the scope of the SMS system
10.3 Phase 1 - Preparation, Planning and assignment of responsibilities (12 months)
10.4 Phase 2 - Implement Essential Safety Management processes (12 months)
10.5 Phase 3 - Establish safety risk management processes (18 months)
10.6 Phase 4 - Mature Implementation of safety risk management and safety assurance (18 months)
10.7 Analysing techniques and methodologies
10.8 Practice for Final Examination
Module 11. Emergency Response Plan
11.1 Definition “Emergency Response Plan”
11.2 The purpose of an ERP
11.4 ERP Checklists
11.5 ERP Training and exercises
11.6 Example of Emergency Response Plan
11.7 Practice for Final Examination
Module 12. SMS and EASA / FAA Requirements
12.1 SMS requirements for EASA Part-145 (NPA 2013-01 (C)
12.2 SMS requirements for EASA Part-М (NPA 2013-01 (B)
12.4 FAA SMS instruction video
12.5 Practice for Final Examination
Module 13. MEDA event investigation technique
13.1 MEDA Introduction
13.2 What is an error?
13.3 What is a violation?
13.4 What is a contributing factor?
13.6 Event investigation model
13.7 Practice for Final Examination
Module 14. Threat and error management (TEM)
14.2 ТЕМ model
14.4 Threat Management strategies
14.5 Basic components that are linked to safe flight
14.6 Response forms
14.8 Practice for Final Examination
Module 15. The Airline Risk Management Solutions
15.2 A key points of the ARMS methodology
15.4 Practice for Final Examination
Module 18. Reporting system
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Mandatory incident reporting systems
18.3 Voluntary incident reporting systems
18.4 Confidential reporting systems
18.5 Company reporting systems
18.6 ICAO Accident/Incident Data Reporting System
18.7 European Co-ordination Centre for Aviation Incident Reporting Systems (ECCAIRS)
18.8 Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS)
18.9 Confidential Human Factors Incident Reporting Programme (CHIRP)
18.10 The internal occurrence reporting system (IORS)
18.12 Practice for Final Examination
Final Examination
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