States are facing pressures to live up to ICAO standards by implementing a State Safety Program. A State Safety Program will monitor overall safety performance and ensure stakeholders (service providers, aircraft operators, airports and maintenance organizations) have appropriate aviation safety management systems in place. Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) are then tasked with the enforcement of the State Safety Program through the acceptance and oversight of a stakeholder’s aviation safety management system.
Developing and implementing a State Safety program can be a time consuming and taxing process. Once a State Safety Program is designed the Civil Aviation Authority is faced with the enormous task of ensuring the State Safety Program is being met by stakeholders. This oversight can generate a tremendous amount of data that can consume massive amounts of time from the inspector/auditor.
To help Civil Aviation Authorities “do more with less”, Q5 offers the Q5 State Safety Program Management system. Q5SMS/SSP is well accepted in the aviation industry, cost effective, user friendly and can be implemented very quickly.
Oversight of stakeholder's aviation safety management systems is intense and time consuming process. The Q5SMS/SSP software will increase efficiencies in all aspects of oversight of State Safety Programs (SSP). Q5 encompasses the following State Safety Program (SSP) responsibilities:
We believe that when it comes to meeting ICAO standards and implementing a State Safety Program there is no compromise. Our “no compromise” approach to developing State Safety Program software is perhaps what defines us best and why civil aviation authorities implicitly trust Q5SMS/SSP for aviation safety management system oversight.