Event Information

Planning for global aviation safety improvement 

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) will be holding the Second High-level Safety Conference (HLSC2015) from 2 to 5 February 2015 at ICAO Headquarters, in Montréal, Canada. The participation of Directors General of Civil Aviation and strategic decision-makers will provide the international civil aviation community the opportunity to build consensus, obtain commitments and formulate recommendations deemed necessary for the effective and efficient progress of key aviation safety activities.
 
Overall, the Conference will include various topics covering three major themes: reviewing the current situation, the future approach to manage aviation safety and facilitating increased regional cooperation. In particular, the Conference will also be invited to discuss emerging safety issues, including the global tracking of aircraft and risks to civil aviation arising from conflict zones.
 

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31/10/2014

WP/6 "UPDATING THE 2014 – 2016 GASP" is available in EN under "Documentation - Working Papers".

31/10/2014

WP/8 "ACHIEVING SSP IMPLEMENTATION" is available in EN under "Documentation - Working Papers".

29/10/2014

​WP/1 "ACKNOWLEDGING PROGRESS ACHIEVED ON THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE HLSC 2010 AND STATUS OF GLOBAL AVIATION SAFETY PLAN (GASP) BJECTIVES" is available in EN, FR, SP, RU and CH under "Documentation - Working Papers".

23/10/2014

​IP/1 is now available under Documentation "Information Papers".

23/10/2014

WP/5 " EVOLVING SAFETY ANALYSIS TO SUPPORT GLOBAL AVIATION SAFETY STRATEGIES " is now available in EN, FR, SP, RU, AR and CH under "Documentation - Working Papers".

23/10/2014

WP/4 "BALANCING THE USE AND PROTECTION OF SAFETY INFORMATION" is now available in EN, FR, SP, RU, AR and CH under "Documentation - Working Papers".

06/08/2014

​The Schedule is now available in EN, FR, SP, RU, AR, ZH

06/08/2014

​Templates now available for Working Papers and Information Papers under Documentation