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The UK recognises the important
role that safety culture plays in the effective management of safety at all
levels. In this respect, the Safety Strategy
Board (SSB) supports a positive safety culture throughout the aviation industry
via safety promotion activities and the application of a just culture.
The CAA monitors the safety
culture of its staff through a series of self-assessments overseen by the
business assurance section. It has also
trained all staff involved in oversight activities on just culture and its
The CAA applies a just culture
approach as part of its mandatory occurrence reporting system as well as during
surveillance activities. This provides
protection and confidentiality to anyone that reports a safety issue.
Safety culture within the Crown
Dependencies and Overseas Territories is covered in their respective state
safety programmes, links to these can be found in the SSP stakeholders section.
The MAA promotes safety culture by
assuring compliance with Regulatory
Article 1200 – Defence Air Safety Management and assessing the culture
through continual engagement. The MAA also
delivers appropriate training through the Centre of Air Safety Training and the
Safety Training for Error Prevention programme.
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