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'''European Aviation Safety Plan 2011-2014'''
  
Safety Culture is the way safety is perceived, valued and prioritised in an organisation. It reflects the real commitment to safety at all levels in the organisation.Safety Culture is something an organisation acquires as a product of the combined effects of Organisational Culture, Professional Culture and, often, National Culture. Its essence is in what people believe about the importance of safety, including what they think their peers, superiors and leaders really believe about safety as a priority.
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Developed in collaboration with regulatory bodies, European safety organisations and industry, the European Aviation Safety Plan builds on their input and relies on their expertise. It proposes a path for the 4 years to 2014 that depicts a comprehensible picture of the safety work in Europe across all domains of aviation.  
  
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This first edition of the Plan encompasses three broad areas: systemic, operational and emerging issues. The risks identified in these areas are mitigated by safety actions that Member States, EUROCONTROL, the European Commission, the industry and EASA will take on board.
  
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European Aviation Safety Plan 2011-2014

Developed in collaboration with regulatory bodies, European safety organisations and industry, the European Aviation Safety Plan builds on their input and relies on their expertise. It proposes a path for the 4 years to 2014 that depicts a comprehensible picture of the safety work in Europe across all domains of aviation.

This first edition of the Plan encompasses three broad areas: systemic, operational and emerging issues. The risks identified in these areas are mitigated by safety actions that Member States, EUROCONTROL, the European Commission, the industry and EASA will take on board.

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