Aim: In support of our Safety Policy our aim to ensure that aviation activities within the UK Overseas Territories where ASSI is designated are able to achieve the highest practicable level of safety performance.
Objective 1: Develop and maintain regulations, related guidance and associated training for both ASSI and service provider* staff to enable Safety Management improvement.
- Safety policy review, update and promotion
- Enforcement policy review, update and promotion
- SMS OTAR, OTAC, policies and procedures review, update, enhance and promotion
- Updating State Safety Programme documentation
- Safety and Quality Management training of ASSI staff and service providers
Objective 2: Improve occurrence reporting through revising reporting processes, promotion of both a Just Culture and a positive safety culture.
- Reporting promotion/ ECCAIRS review and promotion
- Safety Management and human factors training of ASSI staff and service providers
Objective 3: Create processes to identify, collect, share, analyse, monitor and use information that influences aviation safety to work towards a performance/ risk based approach appropriate to the nature and maturity of the aviation industry.
- Safety performance, Safety risk review and promotion
- Safety Management training of ASSI staff and service providers
Objective 4: Strengthen and develop collaborative working relationships with the aviation industry, UK Overseas Territories Aviation Authorities and other States’ National Aviation Authorities.
- Participation in the Overseas Territories Safety Performance Council (OTSPC)
- Participation in relevant regional safety working groups
- Providing advice to National Civil Aviation Security Committees
- Working to develop greater collaboration in the Eastern Caribbean aviation industry
- Supporting the objectives of the Port of Spain Declaration and ICAO’s no country left behind initiative)
- Sharing training with OTAAs, NAAs and service providers
* Service Provider as defined ICAO Annex 19 Chapter 3 para 3.1.3 a) - f)