State Safety Programme
New Zealand’s Aviation State Safety Programme (SSP) guides the maintenance and improvement of aviation safety and security in New Zealand. The Programme focuses on four key areas:
- the legislative framework and responsible authorities
- formalised safety management practices, see Safety Management Systems (SMS)
- the assurance of safety through effective intelligence and analysis, and
- education, training, promotion and communication of safety information.
As a member state of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), New Zealand is required to have an SSP. An SSP is intended to support a risk-based aviation system and the implementation of Safety Management Systems (SMS).
You can subscribe to receive an email notification when new information is added about the State Safety Programme - just subscribe to the SMS list. Existing subscribers will need to add this to their current subscription lists. Use the links below to subscribe.
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If you have any questions or comments about New Zealand’s SSP, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.