Algorithm for analyzing deviations and irregularities in the functioning of the airline's structural units and personnel in the face of uncertainty
At the heart of airline flight safety management is a systematic approach to identifying hazards and controlling risk factors, which ICAO requires to collect, analyze all deviations in the activities of units, services and personnel airlines and use of its results to develop and implement management activities. That kind of the system enables the organization to predict and fix problems before they lead to an aviation accident. Thus, the organizational management structure should ensure high efficiency, reliability and completeness of the control over all components that ensure the process of the air transportation: the course of transportation, the clear operation of all units in the uninterrupted transport process and their correct matching. In modern conditions, this result is achieved based on a process approach, when the company’s activities are presented as a set of production processes (activities). For each of these areas, the airline has appropriate management systems that are developed, certified, implemented and operated in accordance with international standards. As a result of the interaction of these processes, the goals of the aviation enterprise, which determine its competitiveness, are achieved.
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