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==Description==
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==What's New==
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==== SM ICG Publishes New Hazard Taxonomy Examples ====
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The purpose of this document is to introduce a hazard taxonomy and provide examples of specific aviation sector hazards in each of the taxonomy categories.  This document is intended to be used by civil aviation authorities (CAAs) and service providers that are in the initial stages of safety management development/ implementation.  This document only introduces basic taxonomy examples; therefore, use of additional sources in conjunction is recommended. Additionally, this document will be provided to the Commercial Aviation Safety Team (CAST)/ICAO Common Taxonomy Team (CICTT) for further consideration.  [[Hazard Taxonomy Examples |Read more]]
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==== SM ICG Publishes Position Paper on the SMS/QMS Relationship ====
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It is vital for any aviation organization to establish a management system with clearly defined lines of accountability and responsibilities, processes and procedures so safety performance is maintained at an acceptable level (safety management) and specified outputs are achieved (quality management). Safety management and quality management are highly complementary and should work together to achieve the overall safety objectives of an organization.  This paper clarifies the differences, commonalities and relationship between quality management and safety management.  [[SM ICG Position Paper on the SMS/QMS Relationship |Read more]]
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==== Safety Culture Pamphlet Now Available in 4 Languages ====
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The Safety Management International Collaboration Group ([[Safety Management International Collaboration Group (SM ICG)|SM ICG]]) tri-fold pamphlet entitled ''Safety Culture for Effective Safety Management'' is now available for download in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.  It briefly discusses safety culture and its relationship to safety reporting, informed decision making, and organizational behaviors.  It also describes safety culture "implementation," safety culture maturity, and assessing safety culture.  [[Safety Culture for Effective Safety Management |Read more]]
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==SM ICG Description==
 
The Safety Management International Collaboration Group (SM ICG) was founded by the United States Federal Aviation Administration ([[FAA]]), the European Aviation Safety Agency ([[EASA]])  and Transport Canada Civil Aviation and is a joint cooperation between many regulatory authorities for the purpose of promoting a common understanding of [[Safety Management|safety management]] and Safety Management System ([[Safety Management System|SMS]])/State Safety Program ([[State Safety Programme|SSP]]) principles and requirements, facilitating their implementation across the international aviation community.
 
The Safety Management International Collaboration Group (SM ICG) was founded by the United States Federal Aviation Administration ([[FAA]]), the European Aviation Safety Agency ([[EASA]])  and Transport Canada Civil Aviation and is a joint cooperation between many regulatory authorities for the purpose of promoting a common understanding of [[Safety Management|safety management]] and Safety Management System ([[Safety Management System|SMS]])/State Safety Program ([[State Safety Programme|SSP]]) principles and requirements, facilitating their implementation across the international aviation community.
  
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*Share products with the aviation community
 
*Share products with the aviation community
 
*Collaborate with international organizations such as ICAO and civil aviation authorities that have implemented or are implementing SSP/SMS
 
*Collaborate with international organizations such as ICAO and civil aviation authorities that have implemented or are implementing SSP/SMS
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==What's New==
 
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==== SM ICG Celebrates 10th Industry Day at Aviation House, Gatwick ====
 
The Safety Management International Collaboration Group ([[Safety Management International Collaboration Group (SM ICG)|SM ICG]]), a group of 18 aviation regulatory bodies, held its tenth semi-annual Industry Day event with representatives from 43 European aviation industry organizations on May 16, 2017 in Gatwick, United Kingdom (UK).  This event marks the fifth opportunity for European aviation industry to hear directly from authorities that are working together and for those authorities to receive feedback on SM ICG products. The full day session, hosted by the Civil Aviation Authority of UK (UK CAA), included nine presentations and an open discussion on Safety Management System ([[Safety Management System|SMS]]) interfaces. [[Industry Day - May 2017|Read more]]
 
 
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==SM ICG Products==
 
==SM ICG Products==
  
The SM ICG welcomes feedback on its products.  For further information regarding the SM ICG or to provide feedback, please contact [mailto:regine.hamelijnck@easa.europa.eu Régine Hamelijnck], [mailto:amer.m.younossi@faa.gov Amer Younossi], or [mailto:jacqueline.booth@tc.gc.ca Jacqueline Booth].  
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The SM ICG welcomes feedback on its products.  For further information regarding the SM ICG or to provide feedback, please contact [mailto:claudio.trevisan@easa.europa.eu Claudio Trevisan], [mailto:eugene.huang@faa.gov Eugene Huang], or [mailto:sean.borg@tc.gc.ca Sean Borg].  
  
 
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[Hazard Taxonomy Examples]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[10 Things You Should Know About SMS]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[A Common Approach to Safety Performance Measurement (SPMA) Paper]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[Safety Management Terminology]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[A Systems Approach to Measuring Safety Performance – The Regulator Perspective]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[SMS and SSP Reference Library]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[Safety Culture for Effective Safety Management]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[Determining the Value of SMS]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[The Frontline Manager’s Role in SMS]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[SM ICG Position Paper on the SMS/QMS Relationship]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[The Senior Manager's Role in SMS]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[SM ICG Terms of Reference]]
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|style="vertical-align:top"|[[SM ICG SMS Evaluation Tool]]
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==Points of Contact (POCs)==
 
==Points of Contact (POCs)==
 
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|Amer Younossi
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|Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Aviation Safety
 
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|[mailto:Neverton.Novais@anac.gov.br  Neverton Novais]  
 
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|Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA)
 
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|[mailto:jacqueline.booth@tc.gc.ca Jacqueline Booth]
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|Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) of Australia
 
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|Régine Hamelijnck
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|European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
 
|European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
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|[mailto:regine.hamelijnck@easa.europa.eu Régine Hamelijnck]
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What's New

speech bubble with 'new's inside

SM ICG Publishes New Hazard Taxonomy Examples

The purpose of this document is to introduce a hazard taxonomy and provide examples of specific aviation sector hazards in each of the taxonomy categories. This document is intended to be used by civil aviation authorities (CAAs) and service providers that are in the initial stages of safety management development/ implementation. This document only introduces basic taxonomy examples; therefore, use of additional sources in conjunction is recommended. Additionally, this document will be provided to the Commercial Aviation Safety Team (CAST)/ICAO Common Taxonomy Team (CICTT) for further consideration. Read more

speech bubble with 'new's inside

SM ICG Publishes Position Paper on the SMS/QMS Relationship

It is vital for any aviation organization to establish a management system with clearly defined lines of accountability and responsibilities, processes and procedures so safety performance is maintained at an acceptable level (safety management) and specified outputs are achieved (quality management). Safety management and quality management are highly complementary and should work together to achieve the overall safety objectives of an organization. This paper clarifies the differences, commonalities and relationship between quality management and safety management. Read more

speech bubble with 'new's inside

Safety Culture Pamphlet Now Available in 4 Languages

The Safety Management International Collaboration Group (SM ICG) tri-fold pamphlet entitled Safety Culture for Effective Safety Management is now available for download in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. It briefly discusses safety culture and its relationship to safety reporting, informed decision making, and organizational behaviors. It also describes safety culture "implementation," safety culture maturity, and assessing safety culture. Read more



SM ICG Description

The Safety Management International Collaboration Group (SM ICG) was founded by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)), the European Aviation Safety Agency (European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)) and Transport Canada Civil Aviation and is a joint cooperation between many regulatory authorities for the purpose of promoting a common understanding of safety management and Safety Management System (SMS)/State Safety Program (SSP) principles and requirements, facilitating their implementation across the international aviation community.

The current core membership of the SM ICG includes the Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA) of Spain, the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) of Brazil, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Netherlands (CAA NL), the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand (CAA NZ), the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong (CAD HK), the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) of Australia, the Direction Générale de l'Aviation Civile (DGAC) in France, the Ente Nazionale per l'Aviazione Civile (ENAC) in Italy, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) of Switzerland, the Finnish Transport Safety Agency (Trafi), the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB), the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aviation Safety Organization, Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA), United Arab Emirates General Civil Aviation Authority (UAE GCAA), and the Civil Aviation Authority of United Kingdom (UK CAA). Additionally, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is an observer to this group.

Members of the SM ICG:

  • Collaborate on common SMS/SSP topics of interest
  • Share lessons learned
  • Encourage the progression of a harmonized SMS
  • Share products with the aviation community
  • Collaborate with international organizations such as ICAO and civil aviation authorities that have implemented or are implementing SSP/SMS


Notifications

Newsletter.png To receive notification when new SM ICG content is published, contact smicg.share@gmail.com.

SM ICG Products

The SM ICG welcomes feedback on its products. For further information regarding the SM ICG or to provide feedback, please contact Claudio Trevisan, Eugene Huang, or Sean Borg.

Standardization Promotion Guidance/Tools Resources
Hazard Taxonomy Examples 10 Things You Should Know About SMS A Common Approach to Safety Performance Measurement (SPMA) Paper SM ICG Description Paper
Safety Management Terminology Industry Day Events A Systems Approach to Measuring Safety Performance – The Regulator Perspective SMS and SSP Reference Library
Safety Culture for Effective Safety Management Determining the Value of SMS SM ICG Findings on SMS Equivalence
The Frontline Manager’s Role in SMS How to Support a Successful SSP and SMS Implementation – Recommendations for Regulators SM ICG Position Paper on the SMS/QMS Relationship
The Senior Manager's Role in SMS Measuring Safety Performance Guidelines for Service Providers SM ICG Terms of Reference
Risk Based Decision Making Principles
SM ICG SMS Evaluation Tool
SMS for Small Organizations
SMS Inspector Competency Guidance
SMS Integration – Points to Consider
SSP Assessment Tool
Training Program Outline for Inspector SMS Competency

Points of Contact (POCs)

Eugene Huang Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Aviation Safety +1 202-267-7577 Eugene Huang
Neverton Novais National Civil Aviation Agency - Brazil (ANAC) +55 61 3314 4606 Neverton Novais
Sean Borg Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) +1 613 990 5448 Sean Borg
Ash McAlpine Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) of Australia +07 3144 7411 Ash McAlpine
Claudio Trevisan European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) +49 221 89990 6019 Claudio Trevisan

Further Reading






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