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. ------------- APPENDIX A RSC/3-WP/7 APPENDIX A No Safety Enhancement Action GASP Safety Initiative (ICAO Doc 10004) Best Practices Supporting GASP Safety Initiative (ICAO Doc 10004, Appendix 2) Safety Impact Changeability IC Indicator Priority Possible Champion Time Frame Notes RAST-MID/LOC-I/1 Training to prevent LOC-I: Human Factors and Automation Safety Management Standarzation: Implementation of risk-based standarization Safety Oversight Standarization: Promotion of Compliance with National Regulations and Adoption of Industry Best Practices BP-GEN-1 BP-GEN-2 BP-GEN-4 BP-STD-S-12 BP-STD-S-13 High Moderate P2 2 IATA/ICAO/ Manufacturer Long Term This safety enhancement collects and provides advanced maneuver training material and encourages Part 121 operators to use these materials to implement advanced maneuver ground and flight training using appropriate flight training equipment. (...) RAST-MID/LOC-I/3 Training to prevent LOC-I – Advanced Maneuvers – Implement Ground and Flight Training (1-3) Safety Management Standarzation: Implementation of risk-based standarization Safety Oversight Standarization: Promotion of Compliance with National Regulations and Adoption of Industry Best Practices BP-GEN-1 BP-GEN-2 BP-GEN-4 BP-STD-S-12 BP-STD-S-13 High Moderate P2 3 ICATEE Long Term Advanced Maneuvers Training (AMT) refers to training to prevent and recover from hazardous flight conditions outside of the normal flight envelope. Examples include in-flight upsets, stalls, ground proximity and wind shear escape maneuvers, and inappropriate energy state management conditions. - END - RSC3-WP 7- Update on development and implementation of SEIs DIPs related to LOC-I (8 Dec) RSC3-WP 7-App A-LOC-I (SEIs)
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Score: 1302135 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2014/RSC%203/WP%207.pdf
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Traditional training programs, with their maneuver-based training and evaluation, artificially segment simulation events in such a way as to prevent the realistic build- up of the error chain. (...) Rating Scale for Procedures Validation, First-Look, Maneuvers Validation, LOE, or Line Check...................................................................................................23 2-10. (...) Sample of Proficiency Check Fixed and Variable Maneuvers ..............87 CHAPTER 8. AQP DATA MANAGEMENT SECTION 1.
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Score: 1268050.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...%20Qualification%20Program.pdf
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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO UN REGULATION NO. 46 (UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF DEVICES FOR INDIRECT VISION AND OF MOTOR VEHICLES WITH REGARD TO THE INSTALLATION OF THESE DEVICES)
ISO 16505:2015 describes a possibility for a field of view temporary modified for special driving situations in order to compensate the static Class II field of vision using a Camera Monitoring System (CMS) – which might be a disadvantage of Camera-Monitor- Systems in special driving situations compared to conventional mirrors. 4. When turning, in maneuvering or in other special driving situations using conventional mirrors, the driver can achieve an extended field of view by head movements, which is not provided with CMS. 5. (...) To show the advantage of changed magnification and resolution within a combined field of view in maneuvering situations Germany will prepare a separate presentation
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Score: 1256516 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/2019/27&Lang=E
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. --------------- APPENDIX A RASG-MID/3-WP11 APPENDIX A No Safety Enhancement Action GASP Safety Initiative (ICAO Doc 10004) Best Practices Supporting GASP Safety Initiative (ICAO Doc 10004, Appendix 2) Safety Impact Changeability IC Indicator Priority Possible Champion Time Frame Notes RAST-MID/LOC-I/1 Training to prevent LOC-I: Human Factors and Automation Safety Management Standarzation: Implementation of risk-based standarization Safety Oversight Standarization: Promotion of Compliance with National Regulations and Adoption of Industry Best Practices BP-GEN-1 BP-GEN-2 BP-GEN-4 BP-STD-S-12 BP-STD-S-13 High Moderate P2 2 IATA/ICAO/ Manufacturer Long Term This safety enhancement collects and provides advanced maneuver training material and encourages Part 121 operators to use these materials to implement advanced maneuver ground and flight training using appropriate flight training equipment. (...) RAST-MID/LOC-I/3 Training to prevent LOC-I – Advanced Maneuvers – Implement Ground and Flight Training (1-3) Safety Management Standarzation: Implementation of risk-based standarization Safety Oversight Standarization: Promotion of Compliance with National Regulations and Adoption of Industry Best Practices BP-GEN-1 BP-GEN-2 BP-GEN-4 BP-STD-S-12 BP-STD-S-13 High Moderate P2 3 ICATEE Long Term Advanced Maneuvers Training (AMT) refers to training to prevent and recover from hazardous flight conditions outside of the normal flight envelope. Examples include in-flight upsets, stalls, ground proximity and wind shear escape maneuvers, and inappropriate energy state management conditions. ---------------- APPENDIX B RASG-MID/3-WP/11 APPENDIX B No Safety Enhancement Action GASP Safety Initiative(ICAO Doc 10004) Best Practices Supporting GASP Safety Initiative (ICAO Doc 10004, Appendix 2) Safety Impact Changeability Indicator Priority Time Frame RAST-MID/LOC-I/1 The construction, approval and implementation of RNAV(GNSS) / RNP-AR procedures to all runways not currently served by precision approach procedures Safety Management Standarzation: Implementation of risk-based standarization Safety Oversight Standarization: Promotion of Compliance with National Regulations and Adoption of Industry Best Practices BP-GEN-1 BP-GEN-2 BP-GEN-4 BP-STD-S-12 BP-STD-S-13 High Moderate P2 1 Long Term Detailed Implementation Plan Template Safety Enhancement Action (expanded) To improve the overall performance of flight crews to recognize and prevent loss of control accidents, through effective use of automationbased navigation technology is utilized, at such airfields, to provide the highest level of safety during the conduct of an approach and landing towards the runway.
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Score: 1233358.5 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...IPs%20related%20to%20LOC-I.pdf
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RAST-MID/LOC-I/3 Training to prevent LOC-I: Human Factors and Automation SE 30 9 High Moderate P1 2 IATA/ICAO/ Manufacturers Long This safety enhancement collects and provides advanced maneuver training material and encourages Part 121 operators to use these materials to implement advanced maneuver ground and flight training using appropriate flight training equipment. (...) RAST-MID/LOC-I/2 Training to prevent LOC-I – Advanced Maneuvers – Implement Ground and Flight Training (1-3) SE 31 9 High Moderate P1 3 ICATEE Long Advanced Maneuvers Training (AMT) refers to training to prevent and recover from hazardous flight conditions outside of the normal flight envelope. Examples include in- flight upsets, stalls, ground proximity and wind shear escape maneuvers, and inappropriate energy state management conditions.
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Score: 1233358.5 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2013/rsc2/WP10.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation |1| PA-RAST 30 November 2017, Port of Spain CAST/ASIAS briefing LOC LOC – Loss of Control Includes Stall Warnings and Overbanks LOC |2| JIMDAT is monitoring metrics for… LOC LOC/ ASA SE 26 Policies and Procedures SOP SE 30 Training Human Factors Automation SE 31 Training Advanced Maneuvers SE 192 Low Airspeed Alerting SE 193 Non-Standard, Non-Revenue Flights SE 194 Standard Operating Procedures Effectiveness and Adherence SE 195 Flight Crew Training Verification and Validation SE 196 Effective Upset Prevention and Recovery Training, Including Approach-to-Stall SE 197 Policy and Training for Non-normal Situations SE 198 Scenario-Based Training for Go-Around Maneuvers SE 199 Enhanced Crew Resource Management Training SE 201 Bank Angle Alerting and Recovery Guidance Systems SE 202 Bank Angle Protection LOC CFIT - TAWS CFIT (TAWS) SE 1 Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS) SE 3, 4, 6, 7, & 8 Precision-like Approach Implementation SE 12 CFIT Prevention Training SE 120 TAWS Improved Functionality Monitoring metrics for… CFIT |3| CFIT ALAR - UA Monitoring metrics for… ALAR |4| ALAR (Unstable Approach) SE 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8 Precision–Like Approaches SE 14, 15, & 16 ALAR Safety Culture SE 17, 18, 19, & 20 Maintenance Procedures SE 21 & 22 Flight Deck Equipment Upgrades for Improved Altitude Awareness and Checklist Usage SE 23 Flight Crew Training SE 24 & 25 Aircraft Design ALAR MIDAIR - TCAS TCAS (Midair) SE 165 TCAS Policies and Procedures SE 186 TCAS Sensitivity Level Command SE 188 Modifying ATC Procedures and Airspace Design SE 191 New TCAS/NextCAS Equipment Monitoring metrics for… TCAS RA |5| TCAS Slide Number 1 JIMDAT is monitoring metrics for… LOC Monitoring metrics for… CFIT Monitoring metrics for… ALAR Monitoring metrics for… TCAS RA
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Score: 1216574.4 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu.../2017/PARAST30/PA-RAST30P4.pdf
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.: RASG-MID/MIDRAST/LOC-I/1 Owner: RASG-MID Page 2 of 6 Disclaimer This document has been compiled by members of the aviation industry to provide guidance for air operators and other stakeholders to have low airspeed systems that alerts flight crews when airplane reaches its minimum maneuvering speed in order to reduce the risk of Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I ) accidents. (...) One of the precursors for Loss of Control – In-flight was identified as low airspeed alert. 2.3 To improve flight crew awareness of low airspeed, manufacturers should develop and regulators should ensure implementation of systems that alerts flight crews when airplane reaches its minimum maneuvering speed. 2.4 On airplanes with no flight envelope protection, in order to improve early flight crew awareness of decreasing energy State, manufacturers should develop and implement multisensory low speed alert at the caution level in existing airplanes, as practical and feasible. 2.5 IATA consulted with manufacturers of Boeing, Airbus, Embraer and Bombardier aircraft to determine the status of their fleet with regards to low airspeed alert. (...) References: RAST-MID/LOC-1/1 FAA AC 25.1322-1; Flight crew alerting - END - 1.1 A CAST study of 18 loss-of-control accidents and incidents showed that, in many situations, the flight crew failed to properly respond to and recover with how they had been trained from an unexpected upset, approach to stall, or stall situation re... 1.2 The purpose of flight crew alerts on airplanes is to attract the attention of the Flight crew and to inform them of specific abnormal airplane system conditions or certain abnormal operational events that require their awareness, and, in modern al... 1.3 The purpose of this Safety Advisory is to reduce the risk of loss-of-control accidents by having low airspeed systems that alerts flight crews when airplane reaches its minimum maneuvering speed. 2. Description References:
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Score: 1214967.4 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0%20Low%20Speed%20Alerting.pdf
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LOC-I/07 LOC Training – Advanced maneuvers ALTA 1. Listing of training materials available from regulators, industry, operators, academia and other resources. Advanced maneuvers training (AMT) refers to training to prevent and recover from hazardous flight conditions outside of the normal flight envelope, such as in- flight upsets, stalls, ground proximity and wind shear escape maneuvers, and inappropriate energy- state management conditions. 2. Advanced Maneuvers Training provided to all operators. 3. Advanced Maneuvers Training provided by all operators.
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Score: 1212019.5 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...ASGPAESC18/RASGPAESC18WP06.pdf
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United Nations EC
The manoeuvring lamp(s) may only be activated automatically for slow maneuvers up to 10 km/h provided that one of the following conditions is fulfilled: (a) [prior to the vehicle being set in motion for the first time after each manual activation of the propulsion system.]; or (b) Reverse gear is engaged; or (c) A system which assists parking maneuvers is activated.
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Score: 1210149.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2011/30&Lang=E
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QUESTIONS RELATING TO THE USE OF NUCLEAR POWER SOURCES IN OUTER SPACE :JAPAN : WORKING PAPER. STUDIES ON TECHNICAL ASPECTS AND SAFETY MEASURES OF NUCLEAR POWER SOURCES IN OUTER SPACE.
UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY A/AC.105/C.l/WG.V/L.5 28 December 1979 ORIGINAL: ENGLISH C01 ii IITTEE OH THE PEACEFUL USES OF OU'l'I:R SPACE f~cic·11tific and Technical Sub-Committee
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Score: 1203392.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=A/AC.105/C.1/WG.V/L.5&Lang=E
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