Executive Summary

Quick Reference Chart

  • There is a good relationship between airline and authority

  • The Accountable Manager is able to give the top 5 safety concerns

  • The same top safety concerns are cited by other management

  • SMS is implemented and functioning

  • Safety Action Groups are established

  • Safety Review Board meeting established

  • FDA program meets the industry standard

  • Meaningful SPIs are established

  • Limits with regards to SPIs are clearly established

  • A Hazard Register is in place

  • Controlled rest is either approved or practice (if not formally approved)

  • Expiry dates (crew records) are well maintained and tracked

  • The Quality System meets industry standard

  • The airline participate in safety initiative

  • There are no excessive MEL items

  • Information was provided readily

  • ISO certification and a Corporate Quality System in place - Best Industry Practice

  • Fatigue Practice Training - Best Industry Practice

  • CRM Integrated between pilot and Flight Attendants - Best Industry Practice

Governing Regulations

  • ICAO Membership

  • Local Regulations

  • Civil Aviation Authority

Airline Organization

  • Size of Organization

  • Number of Aircraft

  • Organization Chart

  • Aircraft Configuration and Equipment

Safety Management System

Safety Organization - Top Level

  • Add media

Safety and Security Functions

Staffing in Safety and Security functions

Fund Raising Process - Safety Department

Safety Meeting Structure

Safety Culture Survey

Reporting Culture

Safety Meeting Structure

Safety Data Collection and Reporting System

Airline Specific Threats

Hazard Registry

Top Safety Priority

Accountable Manager

Safety Manager

Results from Pilot Survey

Manufacturer's Flight Operation Visits

  • Boeing

  • Airbus

Flight Data Analysis

General Overview

FDA System

  • Chart

FDA Staffing

DATA Acquisition Process

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Data Reliability

Process for Crew-Interviewing

  • Chart or Figure

FDM Classification

FDM Top Issues

Incident Analysis Process

Lesson Learnt or Improvement from FDA

Accident and Incident Investigation

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Accident and Incident Investigation

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Investigator Training

Industrial Participation and current Safety Initiatives

Fatigue Risk Management Program

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