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This book analyses the models for major risks related to flight safety in the aviation sector and presents risk estimation methods through examples of several known aviation enterprises. The book provides a comprehensive content for professionals engaged in the development of flight safety regulatory framework as well as in the design and operation of ground-based or on-board flight support radio electronic systems. The book is also useful for senior students and postgraduates in aviation specialties, especially those related to air traffic management.

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Frontmatter

Chapter 1. Concept of Risk and Safety: Analysis of Aviation Safety Regulations

Abstract
The problems of Safety management (S) should be considered in the context of the general state safety policy, the formation of which is based on the concepts of sustainable development and acceptable risk.
Valery Dmitryevich Sharov, Vadim Vadimovich Vorobyov, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny

Chapter 2. Analysis of Navigational and Meteorological Risks that Influence Civil Aviation Safety

Abstract
Let us formulate the main principles of the approach to safety in the airlines.
Valery Dmitryevich Sharov, Vadim Vadimovich Vorobyov, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny

Chapter 3. Risk Assessment Methods for the Aviation Enterprise

Abstract
The well-known concept of risk management is shown in Fig. 3.1.
Valery Dmitryevich Sharov, Vadim Vadimovich Vorobyov, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny

Chapter 4. Definition and Monitoring of Safety Performance Indicators

Abstract
The availability of objective quantitative indices of S and their established target and limit levels is a prerequisite for practical work of the State safety regulations (SSR) and the SMS service provider (Annex 19 to the Convention on international civil aviation. The management of safety. ICAO 2013, p 44, [1]). Therefore, the development of such indicators and methods of their monitoring is an integral part of the methodology of risk management of S. In this chapter, a review of S indices used in CA, and the main results of research on the development of an indicator of S for the SSR and of the operator’s SMS.
Valery Dmitryevich Sharov, Vadim Vadimovich Vorobyov, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny

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