A new Handbook for Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs) on the Management of Aviation Safety Risks related to COVID-19 (Doc 10144) was developed with the support of experts serving on the ICAO Safety Management Panel. The guidance can be applied by States at different levels of State Safety Programme (SSP) implementation.
Practical information and tools to complement the handbook are in the process of being identified and developed. A one-page form to facilitate the collection has also been developed. They can be downloaded on the new webpage dedicated to COVID-19 Safety Risk Management on the Safety Management Implementation (SMI) website (icao.int/SMI-COVID19SRM).
ICAO has established an implementation package (iPack) to support, facilitate and guide Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs) in applying safety risk management principles to improve decision making to address COVID-19 challenges and support safe aircraft operations. The iPack comprises standardized guidance material, training, tools and live expert support which aim to facilitate and guide the implementation of ICAO provisions for State entities.ICAO organized a webinar on 5 August 2020 to introduce the iPack and its contents. The webinar has been recorded and can be accessed here.
For further information and to express interest in the iPack, please click here.
VIRTUAL CLASSROOM - Aviation safety risk management related to COVID-19 for CAAs
A one-day virtual classroom course, Aviation Safety Risk Management related to COVID-19 for CAAs, is being developed. To express interest in this course, click here.
The full catalogue of courses available in the ICAO Safety Management Training Programme can be found here.
WEBINAR - Management of aviation safety risks related to COVID-19 for CAAs
To introduce the guidance in Doc 10144, ICAO organized a webinar on Thursday 14 May 2020. The webinar has been recorded and can be accessed here. All other recorded ICAO webinars can be found here.
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