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Title: Cultureof safety in the field of civil aviation: administrative and legal aspects
Authors: Husar, O. A.
Keywords: safety culture
civil aviation
risks
State Aviation Service
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2019
Publisher: Національний авіаційний університет
Citation: Husar О. А. Cultureof safety in the field of civil aviation: administrative and legal aspects / О. А. Husar. // Юридичний вісник. Повітряне і космічне право. – 2019. – №2. – С. 17–23.
Series/Report no.: Юридичний вісник. Повітряне і космічне право;2 (51), 2019
Abstract: Scientific, information and communication, technological and digital innovations change the world. The objective global processes, which are going in the post-industrial era, create new challenges and threats and increase the number of dangers that people face at every turn. At the second aviation security high-level conference (ICAO), held in Montreal on November 29-30, 2018, new emerging threats to civil aviation were identified. These include: 1) Chemical, biological and radioactive (CBR) substances that are unique challenges. First, most of the current aviation security measures are not specifically aimed at etecting or preventing CBR-attacks. Secondly, although the prohibition on the carriage of certain substances in an aircraft cabin is one option that can be considered but can be not effective, because mass human sacrifices and economical waste can be done by a small quantity of substances. 2) Risks are connected with remotely manned aeronautical systems (RMASs). At present, small PMASs are widely used for commercial and entertainment purposes. The main problem in the civil aviation is unavailable using drones in the air space under the airports; nevertheless it has bad effect for the safety of flies, which can be provided because of unknowing. At the same time the biggest PMASs can allowed to themselves to use the terrorist groups for their goals. 3) The threat of cyber security. In August 2017, ICAO set up a Cybersecurity Secretariat research group (CSRG). The CSRG team develops cyber security rules in a harmonized and coordinated manner to provide global compatibility to support the required levels of flight safety and aviation security
Description: Purpose: the concept of «culture of safety» in civil aviation is defined and analyzed in the article. Methods: dialectal method of cognition general scientific and special methods are used in this article. Results: the new types of threats for civil aviation have been analyzed, the types of activities carried out by the authorized body in the field of civil aviation for the improvement of the culture of safety in civil aviation are given. The system-forming components of the culture of safety in the field of civil aviation are determined. Discussion: the problems of non-compliance by civil aviation personnel with the norms of aviation legislation, which leads to flight safety and indicates a low level of safety culture in the field of civil aviation; cultural components that affect flight safety management.
URI: http://er.nau.edu.ua:8080/handle/NAU/40284
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