Safety Management Systems (SMS)

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International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO)

IS-BAO

Table of Contents

The following provides an overview of the topics covered in the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations.

1.0 Purpose of the Standard
1.1 General
1.2 Applicability
1.3 Registration

2.0 Introduction
2.1 Need for IS-BAO
2.2 Linkage with International Standards
2.3 Safety Management Philosophy
2.4 IS-BAO Structure
2.5 Language of the Standard
2.6 Translation into Other Languages
2.7 Implementation Considerations

3.0 Safety Management Systems (SMS)
3.1 General
3.2 SMS Requirements
3.3 Compliance Monitoring
3.4 Flight Data Analysis
3.5 Freedom of Choice

4.0 Organization and Personnel Requirements
4.1 Organization and Personnel
4.2 Aircraft Crew Member Duties and Responsibilities
4.3 Crew Member Qualification
4.4 Maintenance Personnel Qualification
4.5 Other personnel
4.6 Use of Psychoactive Substances

5.0 Training and Proficiency
5.1 Training Programs
5.2 Crew Resource Management (CRM)/Human Factors Training
5.3 Emergency and Safety Procedures Training
5.4 High Altitude Training
5.5 Proficiency Certification
5.6 Training and Qualification Records

6.0 Flight Operations
6.1 Standard Operating Procedures
6.2 Flight Planning and Pre-Flight Requirements
6.3 Operational Control
6.4 Weather Minima
6.5 All weather Operations
6.6 RNP, MNPS, RNAV & RVSM
6.7 Aircraft Operating Requirements
6.8 Noise Certification and Abatement
6.9 Aircraft Airworthiness
6.10 Use of Oxygen
6.11 Passenger Safety Briefing
6.12 Use of Checklists
6.13 Fatigue Management
6.14 Travel Health Issues
6.15 Seating Requirements
6.16 Cabin Baggage
6.17 Microphones and Headsets

7.0 Operations in International, RVSM, MNPS, RNAV or RNP Airspace
7.1 Sovereign and International Airspace 7.2 Compliance
7.3 International RVSM, MNPS, RNAV & RNP Airspace Operations Qualifications
7.4 Operational Approval and Aircraft System Requirements
7.5 Standard Operating Procedures
7.6 International Publications Library

8.0 Aircraft Equipment Requirements
8.1 General
8.2.A Instruments and Associated Equipment – Aeroplanes
8.2.H Instruments and Associated Equipment – Helicopters
8.3 Operational Information and Documentation
8.4 Seats, Safety Belts and Shoulder Harnesses
8.5 Emergency Equipment – General
8.6.A Flights Over Water – Aeroplanes
8.6.H Flights Over Water – Helicopters
8.7 Flights Over Remote Land Areas
8.8 High Altitude Flights – Oxygen Requirements
8.9 Icing Protection and Weather Detection Equipment
8.10.A ELT – Aeroplanes
8.10.H ELT – Helicopters
8.11.A GPWS – Aeroplanes
8.11.H GPWS – Helicopters
8.12 ACAS II
8.13 ATC Transponder and Altitude Reporting System
8.14.A Flight Data Recorders and Cockpit Voice Recorders – Aeroplanes
8.14.H Flight Data Recorders and Cockpit Voice Recorders – Helicopters
8.15 Minimum Equipment Lists (MELs)
8.16 Communications and Navigational Equipment

9.0 Aircraft Maintenance Requirements
9.1 Maintenance Control System
9.2 Maintenance Agreements
9.3 Person Responsible for Maintenance
9.4 Maintenance Personnel Recency

10.0 Company Operations Manual

11.0 Emergency Response Plan

12.0 Environmental Management

13.0 Occupational Health and Safety

14.0 Transportation of Dangerous Goods
14.1 Considerations for All Operators
14.2 Dangerous Goods Transportation for All Operators

15.0 Security