Air Traffic Services Safety Regulation Advisory Committee

Information on the work of the Air Traffic Services Safety Regulation Advisory Committee (ATSSRAC)

Purpose

The Air Traffic Services Safety Regulation Advisory Committee (ATSSRAC) is a forum for:

  • facilitating dialogue and understanding between the CAA and the UK ATM community on strategic issues affecting ATM safety and operations
  • building a common understanding of the safety risks and mitigating action/plans required
  • creating awareness and discussion of changes being considered to legislation or regulations in advance of the CAA's formal consultation process
  • creating awareness and discussion of international developments likely to affect the UK ATM industry (i.e. ICAO, European Commission, EASA and Eurocontrol)
  • providing a forum for discussion of current issues and concerns affecting UK ANSPs (note: individual issues should be resolved between the ANSP and the respective CAA contact)

A full description of the purpose and administration of the ATSSRAC can be found in the Terms of Reference (ToRs).

Members represent their particular sector of the industry and to act as liaison between the CAA and those whom they represent, in order to provide a means of consultation between relevant aviation industry sectors.

Members of the ATSSRAC can be contacted by e-mail about any subjects covered in the minutes and briefing packs or to raise any agenda items for future meetings.

Minutes and documentation from meetings

ATSSRAC 33 - 23 November 2012 ATSSRAC 34 - 10 May 2013ATSSRAC 35 - 7 November 2013