All the company's leadership, managers and other employees at all the levels are responsible for the implementation of the Aviation Safety Program and accident and incident prevention.
The Director of Safety has the authority to:
Participate in working out, reviewing and amending the Aviation Safety Program.
Interview station safety managers in order to evaluate their qualification (in coordination with Human Resources Department).
Collect and review all the safety aviation related information from all departments.
Require the reporting of any aviation safety related accidents, incidents ore hazards.
Conduct aviation safety audits of any operation or facilities.
Represent Sky High Airline in all relations with government and other organizations concerning safety related matters.
Call for the Aviation Safety Committee.
Approve expenditures to implement the Aviation Safety Program.
The Director of Safety has responsibly for:
Working out, reviewing and amending the Aviation Safety Program
Implementing the Aviation Safety Program.
Maintaining an accident, incident and hazards reporting system.
Preservation and distributing of all received open and confidential aviation safety related information.
Conducting regular aviation safety audits and representing analyzed data.
Working out and implementation of accident, incident and hazard prevention plan.
Cultivation an open and effective communication between departments and personnel.
Providing all-round support and assistance to all line managers.
Submitting an annual budget to provide the Aviation Safety Program implementation.
4. REPORTING OF ACCIDENTS, INCIDENTS AND HAZARDS
ACCIDENT is an occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft, which takes place between...
This document constitutes the Sky High Airlines Company Aviation Safety Program.
The person is authorized and responsible for the implementation of company safety policy is a head of Safety Department, Director of Safety. The position of Director of Safety is a full time position as well as positions of Chief of Flight Safety Department and Chief of Ground Safety Department. The Chiefs of Flight Safety and Ground Safety are appointed to ensure the safety protection in the air and on the ground accordingly and share the responsibility with the Director of Safety. The Safety Department together with Flight Safety and Ground Safety will assign additional duty aviation safety specialists in order to work in close and effective cooperation.
ACCIDENT is an occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft, which takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight and all such persons have disembarked, and in which any person suffers death or serious injury, or in which the aircraft receives substantial damage1.