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RST processes. Session 6 Presentation 3. A framework for RST processes. Establishing an RST Membership Terms of reference Work programme (schedule, agenda, venue, etc) Support ongoing activities Undertake risk management activities - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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RST Processes

RST processes

Session 6Presentation 3A framework for RST processes Establishing an RST Membership Terms of reference Work programme (schedule, agenda, venue, etc)

Support ongoing activities Undertake risk management activities Recommend mitigations and facilitate implementation Monitor effectiveness

Communication and outreach Establish a document library Informing operational personnel and other stakeholders Information sharing and interaction with other RSTs

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www.icao.int/runway safetyEstablishing an RSTManage RST membershipEnsure appropriate representationAppoint a ChairmanCreate and maintain contact detailsIdentify focal points if necessaryIdentify the RSTs terms of referenceDevelop a work programme4Establishing an RSTManage RST membershipIdentify the RSTs terms of referenceDefine the scope of the RSTs workDetermine frequency of meetingsIdentify Venue(s)Develop a work programmeEstablishing an RSTManage RST membershipIdentify the RSTs terms of referenceDevelop a work programmeDetermine a meeting scheduleIdentify agenda items (typical)Tracking known safety issuesIdentifying new safety issuesRecommendations and outreach

The RST Tool: Managing Membership

Managing membershipStorage for RST documentsSupport RST activities Conduct ongoing risk management activities:Collect, store and analyze dataTrack progress and report trendsRecommend mitigations and facilitate implementationEliminate hazardsProvide and justify mitigation alternativesRaise awareness regarding any residual risks

Monitor effectiveness and identify any unintended consequences8RST data collectionAccess to information from appropriate incident reporting systemsConduct personal observationsAir traffic services, flight operations, aerodrome management and tenantsFirst-hand look at actual or potential airfield problem areasInput from stakeholdersAirport users (Airlines, corporate operators, flight schools)Industry organizationsRFF and ground servicesRST MeetingsGeneral expectationsAcknowledgement that there is room for improvementAcceptance of responsibilityPartnership among all stakeholdersCommitment and dedication Ownership and pursuit of solutionsAction to implement changeSome topics may require further discussionRST MeetingsTypical Agenda ItemsReview of mission and goals of the RSTReview of surface events/data (runway incursions, excursions, surface incidents, etc.)Review of airfield tour findingsReview of any ongoing or pending airfield constructionReview of unique local air traffic proceduresHazard identificationAction Item development (recommendations and supporting justifications)Review of best practices

Action Items GuidanceAction items should be airport specific and linked to a runway safety concern, issue or problem.Consensus is required for assignment of an action item, in particular from the organization responsible for accomplishing the action.Acceptance of an action item is voluntary.Proposed action items where consensus is not reached may be documented as safety recommendations at the discretion of the RST facilitator.RST MeetingsThe RST Tool: Support RST Activities

Data ManagementData AnalysisThe RST Tool: Support RST Activities

Data CollectionThe RST Tool: Support RST Activities

Storage for meeting minutes, action items, recommendations, etc.Communication and outreachEstablish a document libraryLinks to relevant websitesExamples of mitigation strategiesSafety reports and reviewsBest practicesRelevant journal articlesInforming operational personnel and other stakeholdersInformation sharing and interaction with other RSTs

Communication and outreachEstablish a document libraryInforming operational personnel and other stakeholdersSafety AlertsPromotional informationIdentifying new proceduresInformation sharing and interaction with other RSTs

Communication and outreachEstablish a document libraryInforming operational personnel and other stakeholdersInformation sharing and interaction with other RSTsNetworkingMentoring and buddyingSharing best practices

The RST Tool: Communication and Outreach

Safety AlertsInformation SharingThe RST Tool: Communication and Outreach

Sharing and interacting with other RSTsBack upsThe runway safety Plan should include:List of RST participantsDocumentation of the RST meetingDetail safety concerns, issues, and other problemsIdentified hazardsAssessed RiskProposed mitigationsAction items Best practices

Runway Safety Plan contentThe RST is convened with the purpose to identify surface related hazards, assess the risk of surface accidents and incidents, and develop mitigations. The RST should document findings in a Plan. The Plan should be site-specific and present detailed strategies and actions to mitigate the risk of surface hazards. In addition, the Plan should identify best practices that could be documented and shared with the aviation community.The RST should convene to review and/or update the Plan on a regular basis (annually or as necessary).Runway Safety Plan objectivesRSTs require processes to allow them to:Assess operational risks specific to the airport.Propose mitigations to prevent runway events (incursions, excursions and others).Measure and monitor the effectiveness of the mitigations.Educate and Promote: Raise awareness of the operational risks among all stakeholders

RST ProcessPost-RST Finalize the PlanReview the Plan with RST membersPublish final PlanTrack action item progress

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