Air traffic management accident risk, part 2: repairing the deficiencies of ESARR4

Show simple item record Brooker, Peter en_UK 2005-11-22T13:33:27Z 2005-11-22T13:33:27Z 2005-06-27T13:43:54Z en_UK
dc.identifier.isbn 186194117X en_UK
dc.description.abstract This is a critique of ESARR4 and its main supporting documents. ESARR4 is the Eurocontrol Safety Regulatory Requirement Number 4 (Eurocontrol SRC, 2001): ‘Risk Assessment and Mitigation in ATM’, ATM standing for Air Traffic Management. It is demonstrated that ESARR4 and its supporting documents are defective. There is a lack of clarity about responsibilities for ATM safety. The claims ESARR4 etc make for its proposed methodologies are overstated – not supported by sound evidence from real world hazard analysis. Serious negative effects from this defective document include mis-allocation of scarce safety resources and the diversion of attention away from real safety improvements – wasteful of regulators’ and managers’ time. Suggestions are made for repairing these deficiencies. The most important underlying change would be a refocusing on practical safety assessment based on methods that have already demonstrated their merits. en_UK
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dc.publisher Cranfield University en_UK
dc.relation.ispartofseries Cranfield Research Report en_UK
dc.relation.ispartofseries PB/5/2/05 en_UK
dc.title Air traffic management accident risk, part 2: repairing the deficiencies of ESARR4 en_UK
dc.type Technical Report en_UK

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