GASP Webinar Series

‚ÄčABOUT THE GASP WEBINAR SERIES:  AVIATION SAFETY PLANNING:  ADDRESSING CHALLENGES & PRIORITIES

This series of one hour webinars is intended to develop competencies for persons involved in the planning and implementation of a national aviation safety plan (NASP), in alignment with the ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) and the regional aviation safety plan (RASP). This includes identifying national operational safety risks and other safety issues, such as challenges related to the State safety programme implementation, and planning initiatives to address them. The webinars will address the State's strategic approach to managing safety in civil aviation, including national safety goals, targets and indicators. This series is focused on flight operations and safety management specialists, civil aviation safety inspectors, airline safety managers, and representatives from organizations involved in accident and incident investigation.

 

WEBINAR SERIES TOPICS:

Session 1

 ICAO's Global Safety Strategy:  the Global Aviation Safety Plan

 

This webinar introduces the 2020-2022 edition of Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP), which contains ICAO's strategy for improving aviation safety. It will enable participants to understand the role of individual States, as well as regional entities such as the regional aviation safety groups, in the development and implementation of strategies aimed at enhancing safety. The webinar will discuss common challenges and priorities in safety planning and review the high-risk categories of occurrence (HRCs) that States and regions need to address as part of their national and regional aviation safety plan. The webinar will also introduce the global aviation safety roadmap and its connection to the GASP.

 

Date and Time:  16 March 2021 0900 EST

 

Session 2

Introduction to the National Aviation Safety Plan

This webinar is intended to develop competencies for persons involved in the planning and implementation of a national aviation safety plan (NASP), in alignment with the ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP). It will provide participants with an overview of the minimum content that should be included in a NASP. The webinar will cover existing guidance material that States may use to assist them in their NASP development, including ICAO Doc 10131, Manual on the Development of Regional and National Aviation Safety Plans and Circular 358, Regional and National Aviation Safety Plan Checklists. The webinar will also address the relationship between a NASP and the State safety programme.

 

Date and Time:  30 March 2021, 0900 EST

 

 

Session 3

Using the Roadmap to Develop a National Aviation Safety Plan

This webinar is intended to develop competencies for persons involved in the development of the national aviation safety plan (NASP). It will provide a step-by-step approach of the NASP development process. The webinar will focus on how States may use the global aviation safety roadmap, to develop safety enhancement initiatives as part of a comprehensive action plan to support the national safety strategy and achieve the national safety goals and targets, in line with the Global Aviation Safety Plan.

 

Date and Time:  13 April 2021, 0900 EST

 

SPEAKER:

Martin Maurino, Technical Officer, Global Aviation Safety, ICAO

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SPEAKER BIO:

Martin Maurino began his career in aviation as cabin crew member at Air Canada.

 

In 2006, he was appointed Manager, Safety Analysis at the International Air Transport Association (IATA), As head of Cabin Safety at IATA, he managed the Cabin Safety Working Group, comprised of Cabin Safety and Training Managers from over 60 major airlines worldwide.

 

He went on to join Transport Canada Civil Aviation, as Civil Aviation Program Manager, working on the implementation of safety management systems.

 

In 2010, Martin joined the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). He is ICAO's Technical Officer, Global Aviation Safety. Martin responsible for all of ICAO's Cabin Safety activities, and acts as Secretary to the ICAO Cabin Safety Group, composed of representatives from States, airlines, aircraft manufacturers and international organizations.

 

He holds a Masters degree in Industrial Engineering, specializing in Human Factors and Ergonomics, from the University of Montreal.

 

 

 

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