One of the keys of successful organisations, whether public or private, is a common understanding throughout the company of what is to be achieved and how it is to be done.
The Regulatory Safety Management System (RSMS) is the common system that provides a unified approach to all that we are trying to do in the CAA and which will ensure that each one of us understands our individual roles. It brings under a common system all the various aspects of the way in which we manage safety and gives each one of us the opportunity and tools to influence safety outcomes.
The purpose of the RSMS is to ensure that the aviation safety risks facing UK consumers and the public are being managed effectively and to provide assurance to the CAA Board that plans are in place to address those risks that are not being managed effectively.
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