Regulatory Courses

SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - SMS (SMS001)


Description
A Safety Management System (SMS) within any aviation organisation provides a systematic approach to managing safety. For an SMS to be effective, there must be the necessary organisational structures, accountabilities, responsibilities, policies and procedures. An effective SMS should enable an organisation to identify hazards, assess risks and can be the mechanism to continuously improve safety performance.
Content
  • WELCOME
  • Course Lessons/Units
  • SMS 01 SMS Course Introduction
  • SMS 02 - Basic Safety Concepts
  • SMS 03 - Introduction to Safety Mangement System
  • SMS 04- Hazards
  • SMS 05 - Risk
  • SMS 06 - SMS Regulation
  • SMS 07 - Introduction to SMS
  • SMS 08 - SMS Planning
  • SMS 09 - SMS Operation
  • SMS 10 - Phased approach to SSP and SMS implementation
  • WEBNARS
  • SMS 03- 04 Duncan.mp4
  • SMS 04-05
  • SMS 06 SMS Regulation
  • SMS 07-08
  • SMS 08 - SMS PLANNING (WEBNAR)
  • SMS 09-10
  • Case Study Brief
  • Activities
  • Quiz
  • Practise questions 1
  • Bournemouth G - Final Assessment
  • RESOURCES
  • LINATE DISASTER - VIDEO 1
  • ICAO SMS LESSON 2 Handout 01.pdf
  • LINATE AIRPORT DISASTER
  • Linate Airport Disaster - Video
  • UK Sate Safety Programme
  • 002 Without answers example.docx
  • 003 answers sheet.docx
  • Section 7
  • Linate Airport Disaster Assignment
  • COURSE FEEDBACK
  • End of course feedback (SMS 001)
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever