Management Systems – Safety Responsibilities

TS01 | 1 day | Grade: Foundation

Having a firm understanding of how your role fits into your organisation’s safety management system is a game-changer - seeing the bigger picture gives added purpose and importance to tasks or processes that you may have previously undervalued.
Achieving such clarity across your organisation avoids time and resources being wasted in well-intentioned but disjointed activity, and ultimately is central to controlling risk, improving safety management and with it, business performance.

Upcoming Training

19 Jan - 19 Jan 2023

Virtual Classroom

£540.00 (excl. VAT)

23 Feb - 23 Feb 2023

Virtual Classroom

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22 May - 22 May 2023

Virtual Classroom

£540.00 (excl. VAT)

21 Aug - 21 Aug 2023

Virtual Classroom

£540.00 (excl. VAT)

27 Nov - 27 Nov 2023

Virtual Classroom

£540.00 (excl. VAT)

In-Company Training

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How will this course benefit me?

Completing this course will provide you with a greater understanding of the intent of safety management elements. This new insight will enable you to contribute to your organisation’s Management System by:

  • Owning and meeting your responsibilities more consistently
  • Creating or complying with an effective system that delivers safety objectives and supports business performance
  • Correctly completing safety-related tasks
  • Championing safety processes
  • Breathing life into your safety management system through the adoption of key management enablers
     

Key areas of focus:

  • Roles, responsibilities and accountabilities
  • Why do we need a Management System?
  • The MS requirements and intent of current and future regulations (e.g EASA ORO.Gen.200, Part 145 & Part 21 Opinion 04/2020)
  • Safety management - key principles, terminology and definitions
  • Assuring your safety performance
  • Driving performance through a Management system approach to safety – what does good look like?
     

Is this course right for me?This foundation course is aimed at aviation professionals from across all environments who want to understand safety management and how they can contribute to their organisation’s safety. It is applicable to:

  • Accountable Managers and Nominated Persons/Heads of Department
  • SRB and SAG members
  • Business Support Managers (including Finance, Procurement, HR)
  • Anyone at the beginning of their safety careers or who has an interest in safety management

This course can be adapted so that it meets the needs of managers looking to induct their teams and larger workforce in the concepts of Safety Management. Speak to a Baines Simmons consultant for more information. 

Prerequisites:

There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Course details

Course format: This course is a balanced mix of group discussions, flipchart work and PowerPoint presentations. Managed syndicate exercises give you the opportunity to practice the application and evaluation of new processes and techniques.

Course level: Foundation Level Training (F) is suitable for those with little or no prior knowledge of the subject who are looking to develop a fundamental level of understanding, competency and knowledge.

Assessment process: No formal assessment. Formative feedback is provided by the facilitator.

Course size: 16 persons maximum at our Aviation Safety Academy or on-site at your facility

FAQ’s

Q. Is this course suitable for a small to medium size organisation?

A. Yes - we look at the intent of the requirements and allow you to explore how to best apply the principles to the size of your organisation.

Q. I am not directly in a safety role, but I am a decision-maker in the business. Will I gain anything from this course?

A. Yes definitely; understanding your role and how it affects safety is crucial for any decision-maker. This course will highlight how safety is an organisational obligation and not just down to a few individuals.

Q. I work in the defence sector; is this suitable for me?

A. Yes - the course is equally suitable for both the civil and defence sectors as it focuses on the management system approach to safety and the respective roles required in any organisation – irrespective of sector – to achieve it.

Q. I am not a manager, but work in a supporting function to the management system – is this course for me?

A. Yes - the course will give you insight in how the management system supports risk-based decisions within your organisation.