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PowerPoint Presentation Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 National Focal point: Leena AlKooheji Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 No Fatal Accident Effective implementation of SPI & SPT Effective Implementation of ICAO SARPs Actions Safety Enhancement Initiatives Safety Goals Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 CE1 CE2 CE3 CE4 CE5 CE6 CE7 CE8 78.12 84.85 66.20 68.12 91.27 94.52 86.84 62.22 Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme- Continues Monitoring Approach 84.18% Effective Implementation by Critical Element (CE) Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 State Safety Priorities Operational Organizational Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 Goal 1 SEI CE Improve the safety of aviation operations across all sectors Mitigate contributing factors to Mid-Air Collisions accidents and incidents CE2, CE4, CE5 Mitigate contributing factors to incident related to SUA - ATC CE2, CE5 Mitigate contributing factors to bird strike and wildlife incident CE1, CE2, CE5 Mitigate contributing factors to drone incident CE1, CE2, CE5 Mitigate contributing factors to incident related to DG CE2, CE5 Mitigate contributing factors to incident related ground handling service CE2, CE4, CE5 Operational Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 Goal 1 SEI CE Improve the safety of aviation operations across all sectors Mitigate contributing factors to Mid-Air Collisions accidents and incidents CE2, CE4, CE5 Mitigate contributing factors to incident related to SUA CE2, CE5 Mitigate contributing factors to bird strike and wildlife RWY incursion and go around event CE1, CE2, CE5 Mitigate contributing factors to drone incident CE1, CE2, CE5 Mitigate contributing factors to incident related to DG CE2, CE4 Organizational Goal 2 SEI CE Strengthen Bahrain safety capabilities cross all areas Ensure the USOAP CMA PQ’s are at satisfactory level ALL Enhance regulatory services and compliance monitoring of the aviation industry to assure aviation safety performance meets regulatory requirements. (...) CE6, CE8 Ensure the appropriate aerodrome infrastructure to support safe operations CE5, CE6, CE8 Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 Organizational Goal 5 SEI CE Aviation procedures and documentation Annual surveillance programme CE7, CE8 The respective directorate carry out the audits and the surveillance activities CE2, CE3, CE5 regulatory audits of various air operators carried out revealed the major deficiencies in the area of procedures, documentation and workplace manuals CE5, CE7 Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 Operational SEI and Actions SEI Actions/ SPI Owners Target date Mitigate contributing factors to Mid-Air Collisions accidents and incidents All air operators shall provide training to relevant staff. (...) ANSP BCAA 2022 Ongoing Increase and reorganize the ATCO’s proficiency check timeline ANSP 2023 The effectiveness of actions will be assessed by tracking the following SPIs Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 SPI related to SEI- Mitigate contributing factors to Mid-Air Collisions accidents and incidents • Number of risk bearing AIRPROX per 10,000 flights • Number of TCASRA in controlled airspace leading to breach of separation per 10,000 flight • Number of aircraft not or incorrectly complying with ATC instructions (including level bust) per 10,000 flights Bahrain Aviation Safety Plan 2021-2024 Operational SEI and Actions SEI Actions/ SPI Owners Target date Mitigate contributing factors to bird strike and wildlife incident Awareness campaign in localities and schools regarding wildlife hazards Aerodrome operator On going Dedicated team managed by trained staff to ensure implementation of wildlife strike control measures.
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Score: 820381.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...ty%20Plan%202021-2024%20LK.pdf
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This was either the main cause of incident or a contributing factor in fifty (50) instances. 2.8 On board discipline/procedures need to be promoted with operators as this has increasingly become a contributing factor each year3. It was either the main cause of incident or a contributing factor to in twenty three (23) instances. 2.9 The lack of coordination between ATC is becoming increased contributing factor from previous year4. (...) Recommendations 2.14 For almost half of analyzed incidents, the contributing factor is either ATC or crew – HUMAN FACTORS.
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Score: 811145.3 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc.../SG/2010/CNS_SG3/Docs/wp28.pdf
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This was either the main cause of incident or a contributing factor in fifty (50) instances. 2.9 On board discipline/procedures need to be promoted with operators as this has increasingly become a contributing factor each year3. It was either the main cause of incident or a contributing factor to in twenty three (23) instances. 2.9 The lack of coordination between ATC is becoming increased contributing factor from previous year4. (...) It was either the main cause of incident or a contributing factor to incident in eighteen (18) instances. 2.11 The Airspace organisation was either the main cause of incident or a contributing factor in twelve (12) instances. • No airway should be classified as “Class F or G airspace”. 2.12 The crew not using IFBP was either main cause of incident or contributing factor in seven (7) instances. 2.13 ATS procedures were either main cause of incident or contributing factor in six (6) instances. 2 27 instances in 2008 3 14 instances in 2008 4 15 instances in 2008 5 11 instances in 2008 ATS/AIS/SAR/SG/11-WP/32 04/03/2010 - 5 - RECOMMENDATIONS 2.14 For almost half of analyzed incidents, the contributing factor is either ATC or crew – HUMAN FACTORS.
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Score: 809296.44 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...11%20wp%2032_aiag%20_iata_.pdf
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Turboprop 22 Jet/Turboprop LOC-I Fatal Accidents 0.68 opposed to 0.09 23 Contributing Factors Latent Conditions (deficiencies in...) Errors (related to…) Flight Operations 24% Manual Handling / Flight Controls 29% Safety Management 24% SOP Adherence / SOP Cross- verification 26% Flight Ops: Training Systems 18% Intentional 16% Regulatory Oversight 18% Unintentional 11% Flight Ops: SOPs & Checking 13% Callouts 8% Environmental Threats Undesired Aircraft States Meteorology 37% Vertical / Lateral / Speed Deviation 21% Icing Conditions 13% Operation Outside Aircraft Limitations 16% Poor visibility / IMC 13% Unnecessary Weather Penetration 16% Thunderstorms 13% Unstable Approach 11% Lack of Visual Reference 11% Abrupt Aircraft Control 5% Airline Threats Countermeasures Aircraft Malfunction 37% Overall Crew Performance 32% Contained Engine Failure/Powerplant Malfunction 24% Contingency Management 16% Operational Pressure 8% Captain should show leadership 11% Fire / Smoke (Cockpit/Cabin/Cargo) 5% Leadership 11% Monitor / Cross-check 11% 24 25 Contributing Factors – Latent Conditions 26 Contributing Factors – Environmental and Airline Threats 27 Contributing Factors – Flight Crew Error 28 Contributing Factors – Undesired Aircraft State 29 LOC-I Accidents in MENA LOC-I Accidents in MENA per Year 30 Contributing Factors in LOC-I: MENA Region 31 Meteorology and Aircraft Malfunction were cited as contributing factors Slide Number 1 Global Aviation Accident Analysis Global Aviation Accident Data 2010 – 2014 Frequency of Total Accidents Percentage of Total Accidents by Region Frequency of Total Accident by Accident Categories Percentage of Global Accident Categories IOSA vs. (...) Turboprop Jet/Turboprop LOC-I Fatal Accidents Slide Number 23 Contributing Factors Contributing Factors – Latent Conditions Contributing Factors – Environmental and Airline Threats Contributing Factors – Flight Crew Error Contributing Factors – Undesired Aircraft State LOC-I Accidents in MENA LOC-I Accidentsin MENAper Year Contributing Factors in LOC-I: MENA Region Slide Number 32
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Score: 805798.05 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...Accident%20Analysis%20(JF).pdf
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The methodology is based on a base figure. Three factors are used to determine the share of the base figure for allocation to Member States: the membership factor, the contribution factor and the population factor. (...) A minimum of two posts is attributed to each Member State. The Contribution factor (30%): considers the Member States in proportion to their contribution to the regular budget. (...) The method for calculating the quota is illustrated below: 850=Base Figure 65%, 30% and 5% =Ratio of membership, contribution and population Number of Member States= 195 (since 23/11/2011) Cn=Assessed contribution of Member state “n” to the regular budget Pn=Size of the population of Member State “n” TP= Total population of Member States "n" UNESCO HR Manual October 2017 HR Appendix 5A 2 The ratios attributed to factors in UNESCO have evolved since 1995, as shown in Table 1 below: Table 1: Evolution of the ratio of factors for the calculation of geographical quotas Factors Prior to 1995 1995 1999 2003 Membership Factor 76% 70% 65% 65% Contribution Factor 24% 30% 35% 30% Population Factor – – – 5% The quota The quota is not construed as an absolute number of posts but as a mid-point with a desirable range of 25% above and 25% below this mid-point.
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Score: 804791.5 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...cal_distribution_201808_en.pdf
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The methodology is based on a base figure. Three factors are used to determine the share of the base figure for allocation to Member States: the membership factor, the contribution factor and the population factor. (...) A minimum of two posts is attributed to each Member State. The Contribution factor (30%): considers the Member States in proportion to their contribution to the regular budget. (...) The method for calculating the quota is illustrated below: 850=Base Figure 65%, 30% and 5% =Ratio of membership, contribution and population Number of Member States= 195 (since 23/11/2011) Cn=Assessed contribution of Member state “n” to the regular budget Pn=Size of the population of Member State “n” TP= Total population of Member States "n" UNESCO HR Manual October 2017 HR Appendix 5A 2 The ratios attributed to factors in UNESCO have evolved since 1995, as shown in Table 1 below: Table 1: Evolution of the ratio of factors for the calculation of geographical quotas Factors Prior to 1995 1995 1999 2003 Membership Factor 76% 70% 65% 65% Contribution Factor 24% 30% 35% 30% Population Factor – – – 5% The quota The quota is not construed as an absolute number of posts but as a mid-point with a desirable range of 25% above and 25% below this mid-point.
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Score: 804791.5 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...cal_distribution_201807_en.pdf
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AIA WG - 2 was held at the ICAO MID Regional Office ( Cairo - March 2017). 2 RAIO April 2017 eview, alidate, nalyze, ategorize Occurrences data for dentifying the main root causes and contributing factors. AIA WG core team:  To advance the work of the AIA WG between the face-to-face meetings. (...) Mashhor Alblowi ICAO RAIO April 2017 4 Occurrences Data Flow chart RAIO April 2017 5 RAST ASRT iSTARS ADREP Occurrence Data Form RAIO April 2017 6 iSTARS ADREP Occurrence Data Form RAIO April 2017 7 Root causes and Contributing factors Contributing Factors: a- Environmental Factors b - Conditions of Individuals c - Personal Factors d - Supervision Root Cause: a- Latent Conditions (deficiencies) b- Threats c- Errors RAIO April 2017 8 Success keys RAIO April 2017 9  Reporting of Accidents and serious incidents,  Availability of data,  States Contribution and representation in AIA WG meetings,  States focal person/ organization. RAIO April 2017 10 Accidents and Incidents Analysis working group(AIA – WG) Establishment Objective AIA WG Core team Occurrences DataFlow chart iSTARS ADREP Occurrence Data Form iSTARS ADREP Occurrence Data Form Root causes and Contributing factors Success keys Slide Number 10
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Score: 798953.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...o%20RAIO%20-%20S.%20Arabia.pdf
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While there is no standard formula, fast-track countries share strategies in progressing across three main areas to improve women’s and children’s health: Multisector progress to address crucial health determinants Catalytic strategies to maximize health outcomes Guiding principles to align action and orient progress NEW: Country Policy Reports from 10 fast-track countries Bangladesh pdf, 3.12Mb Cambodia pdf, 4.39Mb China pdf, 2.42Mb Egypt pdf, 2.42Mb Ethiopia pdf, 2.32Mb Lao PDR pdf, 3.50Mb Nepal pdf, 2.52Mb Peru pdf, 2.86Mb Rwanda pdf, 3.23Mb Viet Nam pdf, 3.67Mb NEW: Video Many roles to play Main publications These and other publications are also available in Papers and Publications Using multistakeholder dialogues to assess policies, programmes and progress for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health (2016) pdf, 83kb Factors Contributing to Maternal and Child Mortality Reductions in 146 Low- and Middle-Income Countries between 1990 and 2010 (2016) Cross-country analysis of strategies for achieving progress towards global goals for women’s and children’s health. (2016) pdf, 343kb Using multistakeholder dialogues to assess policies, programmes and progress for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health (2016) pdf, 83kb Factors Contributing to Maternal and Child Mortality Reductions in 146 Low- and Middle-Income Countries between 1990 and 2010 (2016) 2-page summary of main findings of Success Factors studies. (2014) pdf, 1.35Mb Overview Article. (...) Accelerating progress on women’s and children’s health. (2014) pdf, 730kb Policy and programme highlights from 10 fast-track countries. (2014) pdf, 1.91Mb Factors contributing to child mortality reductions in 142 low-and middle-income countries between 1990 and 2010. (2014) pdf, 616kb Post-2015 health goals: could country-specific targets supplement global ones? (2014) Country progress towards Millennium Development Goals: Adjusting for socioeconomic factors reveals greater progress and new challenges. (2014) Country teams from ten fast-track countries (Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Lao PDR, Nepal, Peru, Rwanda and Viet Nam) have undertaken multistakeholder policy reviews of factors both within and outside the health sector that have contributed to reductions in maternal and child mortality. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next page » Introduction Papers and publications Country Policy Reports Global press release Media Videos Blogs Study groups Meetings and consultations You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Score: 790145.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/successfactors/en/
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1 Factors contributing to child mortality reductions in 142 low- and middle- income countries between 1990 and 2010 Running Head: Factors contributing to lower U5MR David Bishai MD, MPH, PhD,1, 5 Robert Cohen, MD, MPH1 Y. (...) Figure 2 shows one of the many specifications attributing the observed U5MR decline to the contribution of various factors. This figure must be interpreted with caution. (...) The stacked bar graphs show the percent contribution from each policy area to this decline, since 1990, if the impact of the factors had been held constant at 1990 levels.
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Score: 787207.86 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/knowledge/publications/bishai.pdf
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While there is no standard formula, fast-track countries share strategies in progressing across three main areas to improve women’s and children’s health: Multisector progress to address crucial health determinants Catalytic strategies to maximize health outcomes Guiding principles to align action and orient progress NEW: Country Policy Reports from 10 fast-track countries Bangladesh pdf, 3.12Mb Cambodia pdf, 4.39Mb China pdf, 2.42Mb Egypt pdf, 2.42Mb Ethiopia pdf, 2.32Mb Lao PDR pdf, 3.50Mb Nepal pdf, 2.52Mb Peru pdf, 2.86Mb Rwanda pdf, 3.23Mb Viet Nam pdf, 3.67Mb NEW: Video Many roles to play Main publications These and other publications are also available in Papers and Publications Using multistakeholder dialogues to assess policies, programmes and progress for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health (2016) pdf, 83kb Factors Contributing to Maternal and Child Mortality Reductions in 146 Low- and Middle-Income Countries between 1990 and 2010 (2016) Cross-country analysis of strategies for achieving progress towards global goals for women’s and children’s health. (2016) pdf, 343kb Using multistakeholder dialogues to assess policies, programmes and progress for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health (2016) pdf, 83kb Factors Contributing to Maternal and Child Mortality Reductions in 146 Low- and Middle-Income Countries between 1990 and 2010 (2016) 2-page summary of main findings of Success Factors studies. (2014) pdf, 1.35Mb Overview Article. (...) Accelerating progress on women’s and children’s health. (2014) pdf, 730kb Policy and programme highlights from 10 fast-track countries. (2014) pdf, 1.91Mb Factors contributing to child mortality reductions in 142 low-and middle-income countries between 1990 and 2010. (2014) pdf, 616kb Post-2015 health goals: could country-specific targets supplement global ones? (2014) Country progress towards Millennium Development Goals: Adjusting for socioeconomic factors reveals greater progress and new challenges. (2014) Country teams from ten fast-track countries (Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Lao PDR, Nepal, Peru, Rwanda and Viet Nam) have undertaken multistakeholder policy reviews of factors both within and outside the health sector that have contributed to reductions in maternal and child mortality. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next page » Introduction Papers and publications Country Policy Reports Global press release Media Videos Blogs Study groups Meetings and consultations You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Knowledge Centre PMNCH publications Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Score: 787108.25 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know...ublications/successfactors/en/
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