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Pan American Aviation Safety Team (PAAST): Regional Initiative to Achieve a Global Safety Goal GEASA/3 Cartagena, Colombia March 24 – 26 2004 Raymond Ybarra Regional Director North American, Central American and Caribbean Office

…...To the Future !: 

…...To the Future ! Pan American Aviation Safety Team “Regional Initiative to Achieve a Global Safety Goal ”

PAAST was born out of regional need: 

PAAST was born out of regional need We had to do something about: poor safety record - poor safety culture safety tools not reaching pilots, controllers, and airlines traffic growth, new aircraft, new crews too many safety programs going in different directions - wasted efforts lack of focused safety strategy

LATIN AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN: 

LATIN AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN .… A VERY LARGE REGION AND A CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENT STATES & TERRITORIES = 47 AIR CARRIERS = 138 (LAC=68, NAM=25, EUR=38, ASPAC=5, AFI=2) LANGUAGES = 5 PILOTS = IN EXCESS OF 20,000 CONTROLLERS = IN EXCESS OF 4,500 ENVIRONMENT = VARIED…COLD, HOT, TROPICAL, MOUNTAINS, JUNGLE AREAS, OCEANIC AREAS, POLAR AREAS, etc. ACTIVE INDUSTRY ORGANIZATIONS: IATA .. ICAO (2) .. AITAL .. IFALPA .. IFATCA .. IBAC .. BOEING .. AIRBUS .. EMBRAER .. IACL .. CAST .. JSSI ….all with SIMILAR safety programs & objectives

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but everyone going in separate directions ….and competing for scarce resources ICAO FSF IATA AITAL IFALPA AIRBUS Airline Safety Departments States and Regulators IFATCA IBAC BOEING EMBRAER The objective to lower accident rates was common to all the organizations

THE SOLUTION:: 

THE SOLUTION: JOIN FORCES !!! ……. the need was translated to a TEAM concept, and… the concept became reality in the PAN AMERICAN AVIATION SAFETY TEAM

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ICAO FSF IATA AITAL IFALPA AIRBUS BOEING EMBRAER Airline Management Airline Safety Departments States and Regulators IFATCA CAST (US), JSSI (Europe) & Other Regional Teams IBAC PAAST Pilots & Controllers …all the Stakeholders are involved !!! …SIMPLE CONCEPT, Launched Aug 2000 !!! Integration AND Consolidation of safety efforts

PAAST: 

PAAST PAAST AIMS TO WORK WITH STATES, AIRLINES, PILOTS, ATC CONTROLLERS, AND REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS PAAST WILL PROVIDE ASSISTANCE THROUGH AN INTEGRATED FLIGHT SAFETY PROGRAM USING RESOURCES CONTRIBUTED BY THE TEAM MEMBERS PAAST DOES NOT BELONG TO, OR IS CONTROLLED BY ANY ONE SPECIFIC ORGANIZATION…IT IS MADE UP OF ALL THE ORGANIZATIONS ON THE TEAM PAAST IS NON-COMMERCIAL, AND NON- POLITICAL

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...Simple Organization & Safety Process EXECUTIVE TEAM ACTION TEAMS Selection of safety Interventions Safety Products & Interventions Measurement & Validation Regional Safety Concerns Delivery & Implementation ACTION Identification of Needs Definition of prevention activities

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FSF/CAAG PAAST Selected as Regional Team Leader to implement the Approach and Landing Accident Reduction Tool Kit in the region … AND WE GOT OUR FIRST PROJECT

ALAR CFIT Tool Kit CD: 

ALAR CFIT Tool Kit CD

ALAR CFIT Tool Kit CD: 

ALAR CFIT Tool Kit CD

ALAR CFIT Tool Kit CD: 

ALAR CFIT Tool Kit CD

PAAST: 

PAAST PAAST proceeded with regional implementation of FSF/CFIT ALAR Tool Kit program There are now 20 Action Team Leaders Started with just 8 Action Team Guidelines, Questionnaires, and Checklists Spanish, Portuguese, and English Tool Kit presentations and videos translated to Spanish and Portuguese (in progress) ALAR Tool Kit distribution began March 1, 2001

SOME HIGHLIGHTS:: 

SOME HIGHLIGHTS: OVER 15500 PILOTS INSTRUCTED ON THE ALAR TOOL KIT INCLUDING RUSSIA, CUBA AND SPAIN 26 REGIONAL AIRLINES BRIEFED PRESENTATIONS TO IATA & AITAL REGIONAL AIRLINE GROUPS FACILITATORS AND INSTRUCTORS TRAINED IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES

SOME HIGHLIGHTS:: 

SOME HIGHLIGHTS: MEXICO ADOPTED ALAR TRAINING AS MANDATORY APRIL 2002 BRAZIL, CUBA PLAN TO ADOPT TOOL KIT IN REGULATIONS PAAST-ICAO CAR/SAM ALAR WORKSHOP IN SJO - JUNE 01, LIMA - MAY 02, JAMAICA – NOV 03, EL SALVADOR – 2004 POSSIBLE SUPPORT FROM GEASA/WHTI FOR ADDITIONAL CFIT/ALAR WORKSHOPS

SOME HIGHLIGHTS:: 

SOME HIGHLIGHTS: SEVERAL MAJOR AIRLINES IN THE REGION HAVE NOW INCORPORATED ALAR TRAINING BASED ON CFIT/ALAR TOOL KIT PROGRAM IN ARGENTINA EXPANDING TO GA & ATC (NO FURTHER REPORT) BWIA IN THE E/CAR REPORTS 50% OF PILOTS ALAR TRAINED (REQUIRES CONFIRMATION)

SOME HIGHLIGHTS:: 

SOME HIGHLIGHTS: TACA PLANS ACCIDENT PREVENTION COURSE INCLUDING CFIT/ALAR TOOL KIT FOR APPROX. 400 PILOTS IN 2003 MEXICO ACTAM (ATC ASSN) INCLUDES ALAR IN ANNUAL TRAINING PROGRAM, 230 ATC TO DATE (REQUEST TO DCA TO REQUIRE FOR ATC LICENSE)

OTHER PAAST PROJECTS:: 

OTHER PAAST PROJECTS: ASSESSMENT MISSIONS FOR 3 COUNTRIES ASSISTANCE TO FIX SAFETY PROBLEMS IN 5 CARIBBEAN AIRPORTS REGIONAL AIRLINE SAFETY SELF EVALUATION CHECKLIST DONE, DISTRIBUTION PLANNED 2004

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PROVIDE A STANDARDIZED TRAINING AID BASED IN THE “SAFETY GATE TO GATE” TRAINING & EVALUATION CONCEPT RIPP “SAFETY GATE TO GATE” Federal Aviation Administration Airports Council International International Air Transport Association CD-ROM

FAA-IATA-ACI Runway Incursions Prevention Program: 

INSTRUCTIONS FAA-IATA-ACI Runway Incursions Prevention Program INTRODUCTION FLIGHT OPS ICAO PROVISIONS AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AERODROMES & GROUND AIDS RUNWAY INCURSIONS LINKS VIDEOS & POSTERS FAA-IATA-ACI RIPP EXIT HUMAN FACTORS TEST REFERENCES TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS CASES

RUNWAY INCURSION TRAINING PACKAGE: 

RUNWAY INCURSION TRAINING PACKAGE UPDATE, REPRODUCTION AND SPANISH TRANSLATION IN PROGRESS ICAO NACC OFFICE AIRPORT SAFETY CONFERENCE A SUCCESS TACA PILOTS RECEIVED RUNWAY INCURSION TRAINING IN 2002 POSSIBLE SUPPORT FROM GEASA/WHTI FOR RUNWAY INCURSION EVENTS

…PAAST IS AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT CAN BE ACHIEVED WITH: : 

…PAAST IS AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT CAN BE ACHIEVED WITH: PARTNERSHIP AMONG ORGANIZATIONS VOLUNTEER ACTION TEAMS FOCUS ON REGIONAL SAFETY NEEDS ...PAAST WORKS CLOSELY WITH THE GREPECAS AVIATION SAFETY BOARD TO IDENTIFY WHERE HELP IS NEEDED

Other PAAST Projects: 

Other PAAST Projects GREPECAS Aviation Safety Board deals with Urgent Air Navigation Deficiencies Improper use of ICAO approved Phraseology Factor in the increase of ATS incidents in CAR/SAM Regions Mitigate through establishment of ATS Quality Assurance Programs

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Proof of the concept is in the delivery of the goods !!! PAAST IS A SUCCESSFUL REGIONAL INITIATIVE WHICH FULLY DELIVERS THE AVIATION COMMUNITY SAFETY STRATEGY PAAST SHOWS THAT SAFETY PROGRESS IS BEING MADE IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

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“THERE IS A NEED FOR: BETTER EDUCATION, TRAINING AWARENESS & PROCEDURES + NEW TECHNOLOGIES”

ICAO PAAST ALAR/CFIT Project: 

ICAO PAAST ALAR/CFIT Project Raymond Ybarra Regional Director ICAO NACC Regional Office

Problem identification: 

Problem identification Continuing occurrence of ALAR/CFIT accidents on global scale due to the inadequate knowledge and skills among the: States Organizations Operators

Proposed solution: 

Proposed solution Development of safety intervention program to reduce the rate of ALAR/CFIT occurrences by enhancing knowledge and safety culture of the aviation industry through education delivered by Pan American Aviation Safety Team (PAAST) Action Team Members.

Proposed solution : 

Proposed solution The project would consist of 5 day Workshops in all CAR/SAM States/Territories/International Organizations The project will target: Safety Officials,Operators and Air Traffic Controllers; Pilots: Commercial, General Aviation, Business Aviation, Military Aviation, Helicopters and Specialty Aviation Pilot training Organizations and Schools

Project description: 

Project description Present 5 day workshop per location to disseminate the ICAO/PAAST/Flight Safety Foundation ALAR/CFIT Tool Kit. The presentation is to be of top priority in order to raise safety in the CAR/SAM Regions to the highest possible level.

Project activities: 

Project activities Secure funding for Instructor expenses Prepare workshop programme (ALAR TOOL KIT) Select instructors from PAAST Regional Team Leaders/Members data base Secure workshop host Prepare Workshop material in applicable language (English/Spanish/Portuguese) Conduct Workshop

Project programme: 

Project programme Programme can start the 3rd Quarter of 2004 The basic workshop material is ready (ALAR TOOL KIT) PAAST Team will present two (2) Workshops per month

Project requirements : 

Project requirements Venue, facilities and support service Workshop Instructors - ICAO/PAAST ALAR/CFIT Regional Team Leaders Workshop Instructor expenses

Workshop locations : 

Workshop locations LIMA MEXICO CITY CAR SAM 31 STATES and TERRITORIES 2 AVIATION SAFETY AGENCIES 15 STATES AND TERRITORIES

Estimated Project Cost: 

Estimated Project Cost Instructor average expenses Travel USD 1,000 DSA 6 Nights @USD $200.00 Sub-total per Instructor USD 2,200 2 Instructors / Workshop Sub-total per Workshop USD 4,400 Total for 48 Workshops USD 211,200

Action for WHTI/GEASA: 

Action for WHTI/GEASA Approve the proposed ICAO/PAAST ALAR/CFIT Regional Project Identify funding source for Instructor expenses

Runway Incursion Programme CAR/SAM Regions: 

Runway Incursion Programme CAR/SAM Regions Raymond YBARRA Regional Director International Civil Aviation Organization North American, Central American and Caribbean Office

Problem Identified: 

Problem Identified High % of runway incursions (Wildlife, People, Aerodrome Vehicles, Aeronautical Personnel and Aircraft); Aerodrome, ATM and OPS deficiencies; Shortcomings in Regulations, Control of air side operations procedures; AWARENESS! The safety management system concept, not fully incorporated To implement a Runway Safety Program involves Aerodrome and Aircraft Operators and Air Traffic Services Providers

Proposed Solution: 

Proposed Solution Continue the initiative started during the ICAO NAM/CAR/SAM Runway Safety / Incursion Conference (Mexico, October 2002) Enhance operational safety knowledge, skills and awareness of aeronautical personnel in States/Territories/International Organizations, through Seminars for CAA, Airport and Airline Safety personnel as part of the GREPECAS AGA/AOP/SG Work Programme; PAAST Initiative – Runway Incursion Prevention Programme (RIPP)

Project Description: 

Project Description Develop Runway Incursion Seminars in CAR/SAM Regions 5 days to inform aeronautical, airport and operational personnel on the latest measures to prevent runway incursions

Project Description: 

Project Description Regulations and Recommendations related to Runway Incursions ICAO Annexes 2, 4, 6, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17 Doc. 9365 – Manual of All-Weather Operations Doc.9422 – Accident Prevention Manual Doc.9476 – Manual of Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (SMGCS) Doc.9683 - Human Factors Training Manual Doc. 9803 – Line Operations Safety Audit (LOSA) Doc.9774 – Manual on Certification of Aerodromes

Project Description: 

Project Description Regulations and Recommendations related to Runway Incursions PAAST Runway Incursion Prevention Programme FAA ACI IATA CAA (States and Territories) Eurocontrol

Project Activities: 

Project Activities Secure support (hosts and speakers) from States/Territories/International Organisations Secure funding for speaker’s expenses (per diem-travel) Identify and secure other no-cost speakers (States, Airports, Airlines, International Organisations) Prepare Seminars (Phase I; II and III) Conduct Seminars in English and Spanish separately

Seminar Locations : 

Seminar Locations Phase I --> CAR/SAM (English) E/CAR C/CAR Phase II --> CAR (Spanish) Phase III --> SAM (Spanish)

Potential Venues : 

Potential Venues Phase I Jamaica and Bahamas (C/CAR) Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados (E/CAR) Phase II Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Mexico Phase III Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela Based on these elements: Hub, Air Traffic Volume, Airfield configuration, equidistant point in term of costs, and Runway Incursion Data

Supporting Organisations: 

Supporting Organisations Potential Speakers ICAO ACI Eurocontrol IATA IFALPA IFATCA Airlines Airports FAA Transport Canada United Kingdom France Germany Spain CAR/SAM States

Estimated Project Requirements: 

Estimated Project Requirements Speakers Travel $ 1,000 x 5 (speakers) x 4 (events) = $ 20,000 DSA $ 200 x 6 (days) x 5 (speakers) x 4 (events) = $ 24,000 Total $ 44,000

Action for GEASA: 

Action for GEASA Approve the proposed ICAO/PAAST Runway Safety and Runway Incursion Project Identify funding source for Speaker expenses

CAR/SAM ATS Quality Assurance Programme Workshop Project: 

Raymond Ybarra Regional Director North American, Central American and Caribbean Office CAR/SAM ATS Quality Assurance Programme Workshop Project

Problem Identified: 

Problem Identified Studies were conducted by the CAR/SAM Planning and Implementation Group (GREPECAS) to identify causes of ATS incidents and accidents in the CAR/SAM Regions. The most prominent deficiency noted was the unsatisfactory use of approved Aeronautical Phraseology by Air Traffic Controllers and Pilots. As a result, the GREPECAS concluded that structural measures needed to be taken in order to resolve phraseology deficiencies

Proposed Solution: 

Proposed Solution Recognizing that the absence of an adequate Quality Assurance Organization in ATS facilities in the CAR/SAM Regions could have significant adverse effects on the safety of international civil aviation: the ICAO NACC Office developed the ATS Quality Assurance Programme presented a Workshop Project for the implementation of ATS Quality Assurance Programmes to GEASA/1

Proposed Solution: 

Proposed Solution Provide States/Territories/International Organizations with the necessary tools to verify and control the quality of their ATS services based on Annex 11, PANS/ATM Doc. 4444 and the CAR/SAM Regional Guidance Material on Air Traffic Services Quality Assurance Programmes; Enhance knowledge and skills of Air Traffic Controllers and pilots in States/Territories/International Organizations so as to improve the use of approved Aeronautical Phraseology and the provision of Air Traffic Services;

Proposed Solution: 

Proposed Solution Minimize ATS incidents and accidents related to the improper use of approved Aeronautical Phraseology through ATS Quality Assurance Programmes and educational events as part of the GREPECAS Work Programme.

Project Activities: 

Project Activities The project consists of ten 5-day Workshops for: Air Traffic Controllers, Training Staff, Quality Assurance Personnel Secure funding for Instructor expenses The ICAO NACC Regional Office will: Prepare bilingual workshop programme/material Identify and select Instructors Secure workshop hosts Conduct Workshops

Project Requirements: 

Project Requirements Venue, facilities and support services Host Workshop instructors time Experts seconded from lead States Workshop instructors expenses Funding to be identified by WHTI/GEASA

Possible Workshop Locations: 

Possible Workshop Locations Phase I Trinidad and Tobago Haiti Aruba/ Netherlands Antilles Bahamas Cuba/ Dominican Republic Phase 2 Colombia Venezuela Bolivia Peru Chile

Estimated Project Costs: 

Estimated Project Costs Instructor Expenses Travel USD 1,000 DSA 6 nights @ USD 200 Sub-total per instructor USD 2,200 2 Instructors per workshop Sub-total per workshop USD 4,400 Total for 10 workshops USD 44,000

Action for GEASA: 

Action for GEASA Approve the proposed Workshop Project for the implementation of the Quality Assurance Programmes Identify funding source for Instructor expenses

Recap: 

Recap PAAST ALAR/CFIT Toolkit Workshops RIPP Seminars ATS Quality Assurance Workshops

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