This section of the website contains information on safety development including Safety Management Systems. It is also where you can find safety information like the OT Safety Bulletin and find out about reporting accidents, incidents and occurrences through the Mandatory Occurrence Reporting (MOR) system and where we publish our Safety Policy.
Aviation safety has traditionally focused on compliance with regulatory requirements and reacted to undesirable events by prescribing measures to prevent recurrence. A different approach is needed to keep safety risks at an acceptable level as the industry continues to develop.
The performance-based approach engendered by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) describes safety programmes for States, complemented by safety management systems (SMS) for service providers and operators. This approach is designed to supplement regulatory compliance by the proactive use of best practices.
Find out more about Air Safety Support International's Safety Policy.
Guidance on Safety Management Systems.
The OT Safety Bulletin is issued quarterly and aims to provide topics, along with sources of information, for safety meetings, safety development and safety training discussions. It further aims to provide practical guidance on elements of safety management, current safety issues that may affect the aviation community within the UK Overseas Territories (OT) and information on ASSI and the OT Aviation Authorities
Mandatory/Voluntary Occurrence Reporting for Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands, Montserrat and St Helena.