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Starting with Module 2, we’ll be working on developing a Safety Maintenance Management (SMS) working manual, due in Module 8. Instructions are to be followed carefully as you will create an SMS for a small/mid-size airline or a repair station. Include the name of the organization in the title of the SMS.
You will complete your work in a document. During the Module 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks, you will be given information for SMS components to write. The final product (SMS manual) will be completed and submitted in Module 8. See the Timeline section below.
Note: All manual project must be submitted separately as a module week requirement, but in Module 8, you’ll submit the entire SMS manual. The final plan will be 12 to 15 pages or more, not counting the cover and the reference pages. All work to be completed in the current APA format.
This manual creation activity will require on-point research and technical writing. In turn, this activity will help you understand how technical manuals are created to adhere to regulatory requirements.
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2.3 – SMS Manual: Part I
Review the following writing requirement for Part I, due at the end of Module 2.
This should provide you with a good start to the SMS manual, and please explore and think out of the box, but don’t go too far. We are creating a manual, and it must be a document, to which your employee can relate. Each of the needed pages or sections should be no more than one page in length.
Page 1 – Cover Page
Safety Management System Procedures Manual Your Organization – Remember, you will name the organization, e.g. ERNIE Airways, Really Fast Repair Station, etc.
Date (Month, ##, 20##)
(Note – Date must be current, and the end of Module 8 date should match the final module week date, e.g., December 20, 2020).
Page 2 – Safety Abstract of your company
What are the vision and goals of the company? Why do you want to create this SMS beyond meeting the regulatory requirement? What do you want to accomplish and improve in the maintenance organization? Give it a good start!!!
Page 3 – Introduction and Purpose
Your organization’s safety policy and procedure manual describe….
Define your company’s scope 14CFR 121.133 or any other options. (FAA SMS)
Safety Management System
Purpose – Scope – Program implementation – (How you are going to implement, which does not, or vaguely exists. What is your idea of the safety scope)? Expand the safety abstract into a framework and scope of the SMS.
This should start off the SMS manual, and please explore and think out of the box, but don’t go too far. We are creating a manual, and it must be a document, to which your employee can relate.
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4.3 – SMS Manual: Part II
For the second part of your SMS manual, explore the Hunt Library, Internet, or the FAA website for material related to SMS. The goal remains to craft an SMS manual to effectively implement and manage risk throughout your corporation. You are the managing authority for the safety performance of the operations conducted in your organization.
SMSs are mandated for all aviation service providers by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex 6 and certified carrier must have an SMS that meets the requirements of 14CFR Part 5 and is acceptable to the Administrator (FAA) by August 01, 2020.
Heading – Safety Policy
Safety Policy – Establish your management’s commitment to continually improve safety; define your methods, the processes, and the organizational structure needed to achieve the safety goals within your origination.
Establish your safety program objectives and standards.
How are you going to promote your safety policy within the organization?
Heading – Risk Management
Safety Risk Management – Determines the need for, and adequacy of, new or revised risk controls based on the assessment of acceptable risk. This is where a decision-making process comes in to play, and hazards are identified.
Develop your procedures to understand the critical characteristics of your operations.
Heading – Risk Assessment and Control
Proactive process/Continuous improvement
Risk assessment and control – A process should be shown on how the assessment will be done, and controls will be in place.
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6.3 – SMS Manual: Part III
Part III Guidelines
Review the following writing requirement for Part III, due at the end of Module 6.
Heading – Voluntary Disclosure Reporting Program (VDRP)
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)’s VDRP allow aviation companies’ ability to disclose violations under an FAA voluntary program. In your writing explain the program and its useful purpose for making aviation safety improvements in a reactive approach, which could lead to proactive strategy.
Heading – Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP)
The ASAP program is a non-punitive reporting program that is based on a safety partnership between the FAA, airlines, and repair station providers. In your writing address the ASAP programs definition, eligibility, and ineligibility for Aviation Maintenance Technicians (AMT) by using Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Note: ASAP reports apply to all mechanics (including maintenance support personnel), and are intended to identify safety events and to implement corrective measures that reduce the opportunity for safety to be compromised
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8.3 – SMS Manual: Part IV
Part IV Guidelines
Review the following writing requirement for Part IV, due at the end of Module 8.
Heading – Safety Assurance
Safety Assurance – Evaluates the continued effectiveness of implemented risk control strategies; supports the identification of new hazards. Continuous feedback loop.
Policies and Procedures – Objectives of Safety Assurance
General Hazard Controls – Administrative, engineering, work practices, PPE, etc.
Heading – Safety Promotion and Training
Safety Promotion – Includes training, communication, and other actions to create a positive safety culture within all levels of the workforce – Safety Promotion is to be designed so that your company and employees have a solid foundation regarding their safety responsibilities and understand the organization’s safety policy. Articulation of risk control and how the communication process will take place.
Final page – References
Always start on a separate page (APA format).

 

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