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[SCSS_A] Aviation Safety & Security in Vietnam: Breakdown the complex system

AVIATION SAFETY & SECURITY IN VIETNAM:

BREAKDOWN THE COMPLEX SYSTEM

Vietnam is witnessing one of the world’s fastest growth in its aviation market and predicted to be the 5th fastest-growing market by 2035 (according to IATA) – signals for the start of further growth of our aviation industry. 

However, this unprecedented growth comes an increase in responsibility to ensure compliance with safety and security requirements throughout the system. Failure to ensure safety and security will result in lower trust in Vietnamese market and increasing accident risks.

For the next topic, VILAS brings you Seminar “Aviation Safety & Security in Vietnam: Breakdown the complex system” so we can examine the importance of sharing a mindset of responsibility within the aviation industry at a time where recent accidents highlight the complexity of the system, and that interfaces with other organizations have contributed to negative outcomes.

EVENT INFORMATION:

Time: Saturday, August 24th, 2019, from 8:30AM to 12:30PM

Venue: VILAS Office

AVIATION SAFETY & SECURITY IN VIETNAM:

BREAKDOWN THE COMPLEX SYSTEM

Vietnam is witnessing one of the world’s fastest growth in its aviation market and predicted to be the 5th fastest-growing market by 2035 (according to IATA) – signals for the start of further growth of our aviation industry. 

However, this unprecedented growth comes an increase in responsibility to ensure compliance with safety and security requirements throughout the system. Failure to ensure safety and security will result in lower trust in Vietnamese market and increasing accident risks.

For the next topic, VILAS brings you Seminar “Aviation Safety & Security in Vietnam: Breakdown the complex system” so we can examine the importance of sharing a mindset of responsibility within the aviation industry at a time where recent accidents highlight the complexity of the system, and that interfaces with other organizations have contributed to negative outcomes.

EVENT INFORMATION:

Date: Saturday, August 24th, 2019 

Time: 8:30AM – 12:30PM

Venue: VILAS Office

SHARING OUTCOMES

Discuss the role of human error and human factors in the causation of accident and incident

Learn how aviation safety thinking has adapted and transformed through different time periods

Understand importance of responsibility, accountability systems in managing safety, security & quality

Emphasize the role of leadership and organisational culture in managing aviation compliance

SPEAKER

Mr. John Dutcher

17 years of experience

Human Factors Specialist – Safety, Quality & Security Consultant

Instructor |  International Air Transport Association (IATA)

Former Director, Safety, Quality & Security | South Pacific Airlines

Former Post Holder – General Manager, Quality, Safety & Security | Hong Kong Air Cargo Carrier

AGENDA

I. Evolution of aviation safety thinking 

• Human error and human factors in accident and incident causation 

•Approaches to managing safety; quality and security  

• The evolution of safety thinking in the aviation industry

II. Responsibility and Accountability

The concepts of responsibility and accountability

• Apply Management Systems to achieve accountability & personal responsibility:

The benefits of Management Systems

Aligning authority, responsibility, and accountability

– Internal Responsibility System 

III. Leadership-based interventions 

• The importance of leadership and workplace coaching in managing safety, quality and security performance

• Leadership style: Transactional & Transformational?

• Promoting critical management behaviours

• Leadership behaviours for safety, quality and security

IV. Cultural-based interventions

• Cultural change to approach safety, quality & security management

• The characteristics of a culture of safety

• Cultural Maturity

• Linking leadership, responsibility, accountability, and risk-taking behaviours

• Interventions mapped against levels of safety culture maturity

• Culture Improvement Process

SPEAKER

Mr. John Dutcher

17 years of experience

Human Factors Specialist – Safety, Quality & Security Consultant

Instructor |  International Air Transport Association (IATA)

Former Director, Safety, Quality & Security | South Pacific Airlines

Former Post Holder – General Manager, Quality, Safety & Security | Hong Kong Air Cargo Carrier

AGENDA

I. Evolution of aviation safety thinking 

• Human error and human factors in accident and incident causation 

• Approaches to managing safety; quality and security  

• The evolution of safety thinking in the aviation industry

II. Responsibility and Accountability

The concepts of responsibility and accountability

• Apply Management Systems to achieve accountability & personal responsibility:

The benefits of Management Systems

Aligning authority, responsibility, and accountability

– Internal Responsibility System 

III. Leadership-based interventions 

• The importance of leadership and workplace coaching in managing safety, quality and security performance

• Leadership style: Transactional & Transformational?

• Promoting critical management behaviours

• Leadership behaviours for safety, quality and security

IV. Cultural-based interventions

• Cultural change to approach safety, quality & security management

• The characteristics of a culture of safety

• Cultural Maturity

• Linking leadership, responsibility, accountability, and risk-taking behaviours

• Interventions mapped against levels of safety culture maturity

• Culture Improvement Process