State Safety Program (SSP)
States are required to establish an SSP aimed at achieving an acceptable level of safety (ALOS) in aviation operations. The objective is to harmonize and extend provisions relating to safety management to all categories of aviation service providers - aircraft operators, air navigation service providers, certified aerodrome operators, maintenance organizations, organizations responsible for type design and/or assembly of aircraft, and training organizations.
The Eight Critical Elements of a State Safety Oversight system form the foundation of the SSP. An SSP is an integrated set of regulations and activities aimed at improving safety. For the establishment and maintenance of the SSP, the ICAO SARPs are structured into the following four components:
a) State safety policy, objectives, and resources
b) State safety risk management
c) State safety assurance
d) State safety promotion
The TACG team is ready to assist with the implementation, and/or continuous improvement, of your SSP. When we work with you, our goal is to not just check boxes or settle for mediocrity, instead our goal is to make your CAA a model of excellence; the CAA that other CAAs want to emulate! Our consultants have the experience, knowledge, and passion to make that happen.
TACG's SSP Consulting Services Include:
SSP implementation assistance
Train CAA personnel on new programs, policies, and procedures to support successful implementation
Assessment/review of current policies, rules, regulations, and procedures
Technical guidance and assistance