Air Safety Support International Strategy 2025 and Business Plan 2022/23-2024/2025 

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ASSI’s Strategy 2025

ASSI's strategic intent is:

"To enhance aviation safety and security performance and greater regulatory autonomy through positive safety leadership to build competence through training, mentoring/coaching and production of supporting documentation."

The first part of the strategic intent drives our efforts to progress towards risk and performance-based oversight, in line with ICAO Annex 19, for both our direct regulatory role and in our role as assessor of the local aviation authorities (the assessment process).  The second part drives the development of our advisory/support role to build greater competence within industry (again supporting ICAO Annex 19) and to facilitate greater independence in those Territories where there is the political will, financial commitment and desire to be fully designated.

From this strategic intent we have identified three key priorities which we have reflected in our strategic objectives.  These flow into our business plan objectives and actions which then inform the personal performance outcomes and development goals for our team.  The strategic objectives were last updated in 2019 and are due for full review in 2022; however, we have reviewed them in light of experience of the impact of Covid-19 pandemic and while they still hold and are valid, we have added objectives to capture the lessons learned from the pandemic.  These relate to hybrid working, embedding remote auditing into our audit plans to supplement our on-site activities, and working with HMG to facilitate information flow on aviation issues through greater coordination across Territories’ Governments.

Diagram depicting key priority areas

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