Safety Management Systems
Workshop: August 6-7, 2015
Workshop with Hands-On Exercises
(Learn techniques: BowTie
Model, FTA, Ishikawa/Fishbone Fault Tree Diagram, & Five
DATE & TIME:
August 6-7, 2015 (Thurs-Fri) 8am to 4:30pm
Hilton Garden Inn-Tampa Airport/Westshore
5312 Avion Park Drive, Tampa, FL
Tel: +1-813-289-2700 (directions)
Hilton Garden Inn-Tampa Airport/Westshore
There is complimentary transportation to the
airport (take the A1 Express Shuttle).
Parking at the hotel is free for students.
Click here for the registration form
2-Day SMS Workshop
Registration Form: $1175
Workshop: Group Registration Form: $975 ea for 2 or more
1-day SMS Manual
click here to view all
discounts - including $200
Class sizes are limited
so please register quickly.
Registration confirmation & invoice will be
participants upon registration.
Payment options are available.
and refreshments provided both days
A Certificate of SMS Training
A professionally printed reference binder
of courseware &
Our specially developed 8GB USB memory stick
"ATCV SMS Resources" which contains an extensive
collection of documents, excel worksheets, sample
docs, PowerPoint to help your organization understand,
implement and reference ICAO & FAA requirements.
(USB memory stick has plenty of space for your
details & syllabus
275 Northbound: I-275 North to Exit 39B Tampa Airport/Spruce
St. Take Spruce St/Tampa Airport exit on right. Follow
Spruce St Exit on right. At light turn right onto O'Brien
Street -- Avion Park entrance is on the right.
From 275 Southbound: I-275 South to Exit 39 Tampa
Airport/Clearwater. Take Spruce St. Exit on right. Drive
approx 1/2 mile. At light turn right onto O'Brien Street
-- Avion Park entrance is on the right. Airport:
Complimentary Airport shuttle running every 30 minutes.
ATCV has a proven, experienced track record of
training. Our past student clientele include: US
Dept of Transportation, US Office of Inspector General,
US Marine Corps , US Navy School of Aviation Safety,
USAF Reserve Command, US TOT/OIG, FAA ATO AOV (Air
Oversight), FAA Principal Operations Inspector, FAA
Flight Standards District Office, FAA Next Gen, FAA
Unmanned Aircraft Division, FAA Aircraft Certification
Service, FAA Accident Investigation & Prevention FAA
Aviation Inspector. Our AIRLINE Clientele
includes: American, Air Canada, United, Compass,
Comair, GoJet, JetBlue, North American, Northwest,
Virgin America, Pakistan International Airlines,
Pinnacle, Southwest, Trans States, UPS, United, US
Airways, World Airways...
CLICK HERE to view a complete
listing of our experience teaching Airports,
Maintenance, Charter and other aviation service
Re-energize your safety culture!
Training and promotion is essential for SMS. Employees,
as well as company management, must buy into the program
which means understanding concepts, the benefits, and
implementation. ATC Vantage offers training in SMS principles,
hazard identification, risk analysis and the development
of a Safety Management Manual.
This is the MITRE/FAA developed SMS
1-Day Overview class with twice the class time and a
workshop approach! ATC Vantage is one of only a few
companies licensed to teach the MITRE SMS Overview
course. This course was developed in
accordance with ICAO standards and FAA Recommendations
and Requirements (AC120-92B)
and is continually revised to ensure the most current
information is presented. MITRE SMS courseware
has been taught to students from over 51 countries making it internationally
accepted and desired. This class will be beneficial
to all aviation organizational employees including those
company experts who will be performing Hazard Analysis
and Risk Mitigation Strategies.
Content is appropriate for all aviation entities
* ICAO SMS
Standards and Recommended Practices
* Human Factors
and Safety Culture
* Safety Risk
* Safety Assurance
* 1/2 day Workshop
for Hazard ID & Proactive Risk Assessment
* FAA SMS Standards
* SMS Requirements
* Hazard Identification
* Phased SMS Implementation
* Exercises after
each Training Module
* Group Discussions
Lunch & refreshments on both days, a Certificate of
SMS Training, and a professionally printed reference
binder of courseware. We also provide our specially
developed "ATCV SMS Resource" disk, which contains a
wealth of SMS resources (over a hundred documents,
Excel worksheets, sample documents, and PowerPoint
presentations) to help your organization understand,
implement and reference ICAO and FAA requirements.
Dress is business casual. The course begins promptly
at 8:00 AM and ends at 4:30 PM. Class sizes are
limited, so please register quickly. For further
information, contact ATC Vantage. Registration
confirmation & invoice will be emailed to
participants upon registration. Payment options are
Prerequisite: ATCV SMS
training or MITRE SMS certificate. ATCV will work with each student to develop and customize
a SMS manual that fits your organization. SMS requires documented procedures and programs. These
programs ensure regulatory compliance and maximum standardization,
efficiency, and productivity. This is achieved
in part through an SMS Manual that documents the policies,
procedures and responsibilities. Laptops are required.
About MITRE (SMS courseware
MITRE Aviation Institute
ATC Vantage has been trained and audited by MITRE
MAI (MITRE Aviation Institue) which is part of MITRE CAASD (Center for Advanced
Aviation Systems Development)
to teach the MITRE SMS Courseware.
NOTE: FAA names MITRE as a resource in
Reference Link - #9) MITRE Center for the Advanced Aviation
System Development is a non-profit research organization
used by the USA Government (IRS, Dept. of Defense, FAA,
etc...) for a variety of projects.
In July 1958, the U.S. Congress chartered The
MITRE Corporation as a private, not-for-profit
corporation to provide engineering and technical
guidance for the federal government. (MITRE assists the
FAA, TSA, NASA, the FCC, IRS, the Dept. of Defense,
etc...) MITRE also performs work for international
clients and conducts collaborative research with
role was enhanced in 1990 when the
FFRDC (Federally Funded Research and Development
CAASD (Center for Advanced Aviation System
Development), and selected MITRE to operate it.
Since then, MITRE has helped the FAA address the
nations most critical aviation issues. Currently
MITRE CAASD is assisting the FAA to develop
selected MITRE to develop & maintain ASIAS system.
MITRE assists in fusing confidential data with FAA,
industry and other gov't data sources to allow analysts
to further understand the content of safety reports. Air
carriers remove aircrew & company identifying
informationbefore submitting data. CAASD uses & is
improving integration of ASAP reports & FOQA data
for ASIAS. Ultimately, FAA intends for ASIAS to be used
as a predictive tool that can identify risks before
incidents or accidents occur.