Do you need to implement regulatory and rulemaking processes?
Safety regulation is concerned with the specification, development and implementation of the baseline rules and recommendations, required to ensure a basic level of safety within the aviation sector. In general safety regulation is the domain of national and international regulatory organisations.
An important feature of safety regulation is that it has to keep up with technological and organisational developments within the sector in order to remain effective. For this reason applicable standards and recommended practices are subject to continuous development and additions. In order to ensure that changes in regulation are effective and operationally acceptable, it is necessary that they are construed on basis of operational experience or well founded theoretical considerations.
The Safety Institute supports the regulatory and rulemaking processes by means of providing underlying analyses.
For several customers we have provided support to supplement or adapt the current regulatory framework.Under contract with CAA-NL and FAA we have supported the specification of the Obstacle Free Zones in relation to the introduction of new large aeroplanes
- Under contract with CAA-NL and FAA studies have been performed to improve and supplement the regulations concerning system design and analysis (FAR25.1309)
- Under contract with Eurocontrol verification of ESARR4 requirements is carried out
- Under contract with the European Commission, support has been provided to the preparation of an impact assessment on the extension of EASA competences to ANS, ATM and airports.
- Baseline recommendations
- Baseline rules
- Basic level of safety
- Continuous development
- Development of the baseline rules and recommendations
- Implementation of the baseline rules and recommendations
- Regulatory process
- Rulemaking process
- Safety regulation
- Specification of the baseline rules and recommendations
- Standards and recommended practices