SSP Developing Performance Based Metrics – 1 Day


The primary focus of the State SSP is to achieve compliance with ICAO requirements and to reduce high consequence events where such issues are evident. The acceptable level of safety performance for a given SSP, once developed, is a manifestation of what the State considers as appropriate within the context of its own aviation system. A State‘s acceptable level of safety performance (ALoSP) also expresses the minimum safety objectives acceptable to the oversight authority to be achieved by the aggregate service providers under its authority.

This 1 day training considers the methods of gathering and analyzing safety related data.

Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed

– Introduction to the challenges of delivering SSP oversight
– Reviewing Safety Oversight Mechanisms
– Prescriptive Regulatory Compliance
– Gap Analysis and Current Review of the SSP Performance Metrics Data Acquisition
– Using the safety policy and objectives to define an Acceptable Level of Safety
– Considering Higher Consequence and Lower Consequence Indicators
– Methods to Aggregate indicators – Using Standard Deviation
– Developing an Acceptable level of Safety Performance – Defining minimum Safety
– Defining long-term SSP safety performance objectives.

Target Groups

The course is beneficial for Regulators, Government Bodies and other interested parties and stake holders who require to have a deep understanding of the methods of Implementing and managing a State Safety Program.


Previous SMS experience or training is desirable but not essential.

Learning Objectives

To ensure a detailed understanding of the Safety Assurance and Risk Management processes employed by the State.


1 day – Start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.

To register for this training, please email or Call +359 28210806

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