Seminar for Airline Operators
With air traffic projected to double in the next 15 years, safety risks must be addressed proactively to ensure that this significant capacity expansion is carefully managed and supported through strategic regulatory and infrastructure developments.
The ICAO High-level Safety Conference (HLSC) held in 2010 concluded that safety management processes under the direct responsibility of States that are critical to civil aviation safety should be contained in a single Annex, maintaining continuity with current State Safety Programmes (SSP) and Safety Management Systems (SMS) requirements contained in 6 different annexes.
As a result ICAO Council adopted the new Annex 19, 1st edition on 25 February 2013, with an applicability date of 14 November 2013.
This new Annex will affect all aviation industry participants in relation to their risk management processes and Safety Managemen Systems through high-level mandatory requirements, including Member States (regulatory and supervisory authorities), Airlines, Airport operators and Air Navigation Service Providers, among others.
To celebrate this milestone and given its relevance for Airline Operators, NAVYA will organize in Madrid, on November 11, 2013, coinciding with its entry into force, a seminar on the “New ICAO Annex 19: Safety Implications for Airlines”, which will feature speakers from renowned first order, with deep knowledge and experience in Aviation Safety Regulation and, with the collaboration of private and public civil aviation institutions.