Performance based regulation means developing a comprehensive risk picture with the organisations we regulate and building our knowledge and data to make sure we target our regulation in the areas where it will make the biggest difference.
To transform the CAA into a performance based regulator, working with industry to demonstrably reduce safety risk across the total aviation system.
Targeted safety risk conversations between Accountable Managers and the CAA is what drives the benefits of the performance based approach.
Accountable Manager Meetings (AMMs) are becoming a regular part of our oversight process to ensure that the CAA and the Accountable Manager have a similar perspective on the major risks facing each entity.
Accountable Managers are encouraged to use the guidance to get the most out of the AMM, ensuring there is a constructive two-way dialogue about the actions and outcomes needed to further enhance safety.
The following CAA publications provide more information about the introduction of performance based regulation in the UK.
CAA International's series of white papers offer additional insights into the UK CAA's journey to become a performance based regulator. Previously published in the ICAO Journal, these papers explore some of the UK CAA's challenges and lessons learnt so far, and provide expert guidance for National Aviation Authorities planning to introduce performance based regulation.
The CAA is committed to engaging with the UK aviation industry to gather feedback on the introduction of performance based regulation and the additional work needed to achieve the desired safety benefits. In this capacity, the CAA hosted a second PBR industry conference on 29 October 2015 at the Royal Aeronautical Society.
Slides from the day are available below and include presentations from Rolls Royce, EASA, FAA and CANSO. A conference report is also available which describes the outcomes of the conference based on conversations from the day and feedback provided by the delegates in the post conference survey.
The PBR Industry Group (PBRIG) was established to maintain regular engagement between the CAA and representatives from all sectors of UK aviation. The group has a mandate to work collaboratively in tackling the key issues raised at the PBR industry conference, especially those related to sharing safety data, developing people competencies and tracking safety benefits. The outputs of the PBRIG meetings can be accessed below.
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30 December, 2016
CAA statement on Super Puma EC225LP and AS332L2 Airworthiness Directive
7 October, 2016
Amazon UK Services Ltd ordered to pay £65,000 for breaching dangerous goods regulations
23 September, 2016
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Mandatory occurrence reporting
7 December, 2016
Guidance for flying drones
17 May, 2016
Offshore helicopter operations
12 December, 2015
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