CAA International (CAAi) delivered a 2-day Advanced Safety Management Systems (SMS) training course in Taipei to the China Airlines Group and senior members of Taiwan Civil Aeronautics Administration. The course was hosted by Flight Safety Foundation Taiwan and CHINA Airlines Group.

The course covered Safety Policy and Objectives, Safety Risk Management and Assurance and Organisational Assessments in Practice. The aim of this delivery was to provide delegates with sufficient skills, competence and confidence so that they are capable to enhance the organisation’s already well-established safety performance.

The course was delivered by CAAi Senior Technical Advisors, Colin Greenwood and Devan Ramasamy. Commenting on the importance of having an effective SMS for aviation organisations, Colin Greenwood said, “Both organisations are clearly committed to enhancing safety performance and this advanced training should develop the skills and knowledge of key personnel to competently evaluate the effectiveness of an organisation’s SMS. Having a single and consistent Safety Management System across the State safety regulation framework is not only a requirement by ICAO Annex 19, but the level of SMS has also direct impact on an organisation’s financial performance and by raising the safety standards organisation can maximise its potential.

Upon the course delivery, a delegate from China Airlines said: “The instructors are well experienced and offer valuable experience. “

Click here for details about our next Advanced SMS course.

The pictures were supplied by China Airlines.

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