41 CFR 102-33.180 - What standards must we establish or require (contractually, where applicable) for flight program safety?

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§ 102-33.180 What standards must we establish or require (contractually, where applicable) for flight program safety?
For flight program safety, you must establish or require (contractually, where applicable) the following:
(a) The appointment of qualified aviation safety managers (i.e., those individuals who are responsible for an agency's aviation safety program, regardless of title), who must be—
(1) Experienced as pilots or crewmembers or in aviation operations management/flight program management; and
(2) Graduated from an aviation safety officer course provided by a recognized training provider and authority in aviation safety before appointment or within one year after appointment.
(b) Risk analysis and risk management to identify and mitigate hazards and provide procedures for managing risk to an optimum level.
(c) Use of independent oversight and assessments (i.e., unbiased inspections) to verify compliance with the standards called for in this part.
(d) Procedures for reporting unsafe operations to senior aviation safety managers.
(e) A system to collect and report information on aircraft accidents and incidents (as required by 49 CFR part 830 and §§ 102-33.445 and 102-33.450).
(f) A program for preventing accidents, which includes—
(1) Measurable accident prevention procedures (e.g., pilot proficiency evaluations, fire drills, hazard analyses);
(2) A system for disseminating accident-prevention information;
(3) Safety training;
(4) An aviation safety awards program; and
(5) For Federal aircraft-owning agencies, a safety council.

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