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Safety Promotion

Safety Promotion is a set of means, processes and procedures that are used to develop, sustain and improve aviation safety through awareness raising and changing behaviours. The promotion of such measures encourages a positive safety culture and helps achieve the service provider’s safety objectives through the combination of technical competence that is continually enhanced through training and education, effective communication, and information-sharing.

Moreover, Safety Promotion is one key enabler to reach the ultimate objectives of the EU Safety Management Strategy and contributes to continuous improvement of our aviation safety system in Europe and worldwide, together with regulations and oversight.

Safety Promotion material published by EASA can be accessed via the Together4Safety domain.

In addition, the following video clips shed light on common events which are reported across the aviation industry through the Mandatory Occurrence Reporting system. The following promotional videos are publicly available and prepared by their respective organisations based on the data available at the time. TM-CAD is sharing these links here to help increase awareness of critical events. (Each event is being categorised based on the ADREP taxonomy).

ATM/ANS:                Readback 
FIRE (Non-Impact): In-flight Fire 
MAC (Airprox):        TCAS RA 
RAMP:                      Circulation in co-activity on the Apron 
                                   Loading and securing bulk goods