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Safety Regulations
In order to meet the requirements for safe air transport services a number of organisations and institutions have been set up at global, regional and local level to develop common rules, regulations, standards and procedures on safety and oversee their implementation across all aviation sectors. The regulatory organisations and safety requirements have been built up over many years and are continually being amended and enhanced to ensure an ever increasing safety performance, to meet future air navigation concepts being developed and implemented. Three basic layers of safety regulation can be distinguished, namely:
  • International Regulatory Arrangements
  • European Regulatory Arrangements
  • National Regulatory Arrangements

The Skybrary team has not yet started work on creating Skybrary articles in the Safety Regulations area, as the current focus is on finishing articles in the area of operational issues. If you have any ideas that you think we need to follow up on, do let us know. Our current idea is to create articles in the following Categories
  • Rules
  • Certification
  • Licensing
  • ESARRs
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ATCO Work-Load

The role of the ATCO is to ensure the safe and expeditious flow of air traffic through the airspace for which he/she is responsible. The controller must remain alert and effective throughout his/her period of duty, whether by day or by night. At all times, he/she must be able to cope with additional unforeseen situations, such as an aircraft emergency, or extreme weather conditions.


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