Bidang Safety & Security

Rabu, 26 Pebruari 2014 – Kamis, 27 Pebruari 2014
Rapat Koordinasi I Angkutan Udara Perintis Tahun Anggaran 2014
Direktorat Angkutan Udara sebagai salah satu unit kerja di bawah Direktorat Jenderal Perhubungan Udara akan menyelenggarakan Rapat Koordinasi I Angkutan Udara Perintis Tahun Anggaran 2014 bertempat di Hotel Aston Makassar Sulawesi Selatan. Acara yang rencananya akan dibuka langsung oleh Direktur Jenderal Perhubungan Udara, Herry Bakti dihadiri oleh 21 KPA (Kuasa Pemegang Anggaran) Angkutan Udara Perintis, 5 Direktorat di limgkungan Direktorat Jenderal Perhubungan Udara, Kepala/Perwakilan dari 10Kantor Otoritas Bandar Udara, 20 Kepala Dinas Perhubungan tingkat Propinsi, 12 Kepala Bandar Udara cakupan angkutan udara perintis, 5 perusahaan angkutan udara perintis, dan beberapa airline/maskpai penerbangan yang berminat ikut dalam angkutan udara perintis di tahun-tahun yang akan datang, 5 operator angkutan bahan bakar minyak, dan perwakilan dari PT Dirgantara Indonesia. Pada acara yang berlangsung selama 2 (dua) hari mulai tanggal 26-27 Februari 2014 dengan agenda akan dilakukan evaluasi penyelenggaraan angkutan udara perintis dan angkutan bahan bakar minyak tahun anggaran 2013, evaluasi kesiapan pelaksanaan angkutan udara perintis dan angkutan bahan bakar minyak tahun 2014 dan usulan program angkutan udara perintis dan angkutan bahan bakar minyak tahun anggaran 2015.
  SAFETY  HUMAN  FACTOR  The CAA uses several safety data sources to monitor risks. The best known of these is the Mandatory Occurrence Reporting Scheme (MORS). Under this scheme, all safety hazards or potential hazards involving UK registered aircraft or aircraft in UK airspace are required to be reported to the CAA’s Safety Investigation and Data Department. These reports provide an invaluable source of safety information which can be used by  specialist surveyors and, for further analysis, by the Strategic Safety and Analysis Unit. Other information sources are also used to assess risk across the whole aviation system. These can be world-wide accident and serious incident reports, information from the UK Operational Flight Data Monitoring programmes and data from special safety studies, all supported by comprehensive operational data. To help the CAA in its task, as well as providing industry, academia and the public at large with safety information, we published an Aviation Safety Review, 1992 – 2001. This document, CAP 735, is accessible on this website and is a comprehensive source of safety information for all aspects of aviation. We hope this information is of value and welcome any comments (see Introduction to CAP 735 for details). Finally, the big challenge for the industry as aviation continues to grow in the future is to identify ways to improve safety. This challenge can only be met by better understanding the past so we can better predict the future. This is no easy task and new business practices are being developed to ensure this is achieved as effectively as possible.

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