The Safety Management Systems Piece of the Airworthiness Jigsaw

The concept of 'safety managements' is becoming more and more prominent in the aviation sector. Airworthiness of air vehicles has been assured, historically, by the application of design specifications and regulations.

However, in order to maintain airworthiness and safety, ICAO has recently introduced regulations requiring operators in the civil aerospace regime to generate and be operating a Safety Management System (SMS) within two years.

This event will provide all stake-holders with an understanding of how to incorporate the SMS piece to the airworthiness 'jigsaw' and meet this new challenge for global aviation, by exploring the requirements and considering how other organisations have developed SMS.

Attending this event will help you:
- Develop a robust, practical and cost-effective Safety Management System
- Meet the regulatory requirements for SMS
- Draw upon SMS experience of other sectors
- Understand the benefits to business of adopting the SMS approach

Technical Advantages
- Understand ICAO requirements for an SMS
- Explore the difficulties of implementing and maintaining an SMS
- Examine how SMS works throughout an organisation
- Compare and contrast the approach to SMS in civil and military environments
- Share the experiences of the application of SMS to the rail industry
- Adapt to a new way of working
- Meet, greet and network with key industry players
- Identify potential collaborators for future projects

Who should attend
- Aircraft operators
- Aircraft maintainers
- Aircraft designers
- Aircraft manufacturers
- Safety managers
- Operations managers
- Quality managers


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