Through the use of SMS, business aircraft 运营商 can proactively identify and manage risks. 在正式的短信下, 运营商 identify potential hazards and ensure that a process is put in place to effectively manage them. NBAA advocates that flight departments of all sizes implement a SMS for aircraft operations.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPS) found in 附件6，第2部分 specify that a SMS requirement be incorporated into national safety regulations for 运营商 of non-commercial aircraft over 12,500磅最大起飞重量或涡轮喷气发动机驱动的飞机. The compliance date for ICAO Member states to begin implementation of these standards is 2010年11月. 附录6国际民航组织标准的第一部分, 适用于商业经营者, 要求亚游游戏国说明他们的合规计划 2009年1月1日.
ICAO’s 189 member states are currently developing regulations and guidance to meet the ICAO SMS SARPs. 而联邦航空局已经开发了一种 咨询通告 为希望实施SMS的运营商提供指导, 目前还没有制定符合国际民航组织标准的具体规定. It should be remembered that SARPs are for states to implement, for the near-term 运营商 of U.S. registered aircraft should look to requirements promulgated by FAA for guidance. NBAA will keep members informed of additional SMS guidance provided by the FAA.
国际公务机运行标准 (IS-BAO), developed by the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) and its member associations (such as NBAA), is a code of best practices designed to help flight departments worldwide achieve high levels of safety and professionalism. At the core of the IS-BAO is a scalable SMS tool for business aircraft 运营商, from single aircraft/single-pilot operations to large multi-aircraft flight departments.
NBAA in cooperation with IBAC is also offering two additional resources to assist 运营商 with SMS implementation. The first is a Toolkit that will help 运营商 develop and implement a SMS that meets ICAO SARPS. 第二个资源是 短信在线学习课程 由IBAC和国际飞行安全组织开发.
Information on SMS provisions in the revised version of Annex 6 Operations of Aircraft, Part II: International General Aviation Standards and Recommended Practices
Provides information on FAA policy regarding SMS implementation by commercial 运营商
This article introduces SMS and explains some of the benefits associated with such systems.
Flight risk assessment tool development jointly by the FAA and the general aviation industry
Introduces the SMS concept and provides guidance for the development of a SMS