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TP 14135 - Safety Management Systems for Small Aviation Operations - A Practical Guide to Implementation
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Edition September 2004
Chapter 1 - Introduction
- Section 1 - Introduction
- Section 2 - What's in it for you?
- Section 3 - Changing the Safety Culture
- Section 4 - How a Safety Management System Works
- Section 5 - Let's be practical
- Section 6 - Components of an SMS
Chapter 2 - Safety Management Plan
- Section 7 - Senior Management Commitment
- Section 8 - Gap Analysis
- Section 9 - Safety Policy
- Section 10 - Responsibility
- Section 11 - Policy Manual
- Section 12 - Safety Performance Goals
Chapter 3 - Safety Oversight
- Section 13 - Hazard Identification and Risk Management
- Section 14 - Risk Management - It's all about priorities
- Section 15 - Tracking Accidents and Incidents
- Section 16 - Data Gathering - The Small Stuff
- Section 17 - What to do with all this data
Chapter 4 - Training
Chapter 5 - Emergency Preparedness
Chapter 6 - Quality Assurance
- Section 20 - Quality Assurance - Operational &System Reviews
- Section 21 - How do you know you are being effective?
Chapter 7 - Documentation
This document will be revised at intervals to take into account changes in regulations, feedback from industry and recognized best practice. Updates will be made available via the Transport Canada Civil Aviation Website: http://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/standards/sms-menu-618.htm.
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