Safety Management Systems

Safety Management Systems

Aero Support Group provides full consultancy and training for SMS Integration or SMS improvements.

Our Objective is support you to;

  • Understand of an integrated SMS
  • Understand the elements of an SMS, e.g. the risk management process
  • Awareness of duties & responsibilities
  • Ability to integrate a fully compliant SMS in your organisation

Our Consultants support your organization during SMS;

  • Documentation
  • GAP Analysis
  • Process integration
  • Conformance Report
  • Oversight
  • Trainings
  • Review of System
  • Feedback and continuous improvement
  • Accident incident reduction
  • Profitability checks


Our Services guide you to implement following ICAO SMS Elements;

1. Safety policy and objectives 1.1 Management commitment
1.2 Safety accountability and responsibilities
1.3 Appointmentofkeysafetypersonnel
1.4 Coordination of emergency response planning
1.5 SMS documentation
2. Safety risk management 2.1 Hazard identification
2.2 Safety risk assessment and mitigation
3. Safety assurance 3.1 Safety performance monitoring and measurement
3.2 The management of change
3.3 Continuous improvement of the SMS
4. Safety promotion 4.1 Training and education
4.2 Safety communication


Establishing a solid foundation is essential to achieving effective safety management implementation.

Safety management seeks to proactively mitigate safety risks before they result in aviation accidents and incidents. Through the implementation of safety management, Parties can manage their safety activities in a more disciplined, integrative and focused manner. Possessing a clear understanding of its role and contribution to safe operations enables a State, and its aviation industry, to prioritize actions to address safety risks and more effectively manage its resources for the optimal benefit of aviation safety.



  1. Strengthened safety culture
  1. Documented, process-based approach to assure safety
  2. Better understanding of safety-related interfaces and relationships
  3. Enhanced early detection of safety hazards
  4. Safety data-driven decision-making
  5. Enhanced communication of safety
  6. Evidence that safety is a priority
  7. Possible financial savings
  8. Improved efficiencies
  9. Cost avoidance

Safety Management SystemsSystem Approach

A total system safety approach considers the entire aviation industry as a system. All service providers, and their systems for the management of safety, are considered as sub-systems. This allows a State to consider the interactions, and cause and effect, throughout the whole system. It is often impossible or impractical to build all safety systems in the same way. Therefore, a primary concern for States and service providers is how to best manage the interfaces between dissimilar interacting systems.


Let us know about your needs. We will be pleased to understand and propose our solutions.

We are proud to have completed;

+400 Projects @200 Airports in 86 Countries



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