In the period 19-20 August 2019 the “Information Systems for SMS” Conference was held in the Interstate Aviation Committee within the framework of the Regional ICAO/IAC Project RER/01/901 “Development of Operational Safety and Continuing Airworthiness”.
The Conference was organized jointly by ICAO, IAC, Airbus, IATA, “Volga-Dnepr” Airlines for the CAAs and the specialists from the airlines and airports of the Member States of the Agreement on Civil Aviation and Airspace Use.
The Conference was attended by about 100 representatives of the CAAs, airlines and airports from the Member States of the Agreement.
Presentations were made by the experts from ICAO, IAC, IATA, as well as the specialists of the following airlines: Volga-Dnepr, Air Astana, Aeroflot, Rossiya and Sibir.
The Conference covered the following main topics:
· ICAO Safety Information Monitoring System (SIMS);
· An integrated tool for Airline’s Safety Management System;
· Integrated Management Solutions (IMX);
· Automated system within the frame of the effective SMS implementation. What is the automated system of aircraft accident prevention (ASAAP) – origin, system structure;
· Introduction of the Safety Risk Management Information System into the airlines’ activity. Forecasting of aviation events in the SRMIS;
· Application of the Automated Risk Management System in the airline;
· Application and development of the instrument for the statistic control of flight safety effectiveness in the production activity directions;
· SMS software.In the course of the work of the Conference the participants came to the mutual opinion that it is necessary to continue and develop the practice of holding regular annual events aimed at the exchange of experience and the search for the modern solutions of the most important and topical issues facing the aviation industry of the region. The participants of the Conference also gave their proposals on a number of topics related to the SMS and the broadening of the subject-matter connected with the voluntary and obligatory reporting, flight crew fatigue, transition from the proactive to the prognostic system.