Systemic safety management implies a systematic approach to managing safety. It includes a series of defined, organization-wide processes that enable effective risk-based decision-making in your daily operations. The objective of systemic safety management is to identify, assess, and satisfactorily mitigate safety risks before incidents and accidents happen.
Previously, safety management was reactive and focused on learning from incidents and accidents that have already happened. While human factors were identified as a major cause for safety break downs in aviation and in spite of substantial efforts in human error mitigation, the major reason for safety incidents and accidents in aviation did not change. Consequently, in recent years, a proactive and predictive approach towards managing safety has been increasingly adopted. This approach to safety management is based on following a risk management strategy that includes identifying hazards before they materialize into incidents or accidents and implementing effective controls to reduce these risks.
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