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Risk Governance and Risk Communication in Air Traffic Management (ATM)

Volume 11, Number 6, November 2015 - Paper 1 - pp. 523-531

MARTINA SAHLIGER

Im Hummerholz 63, 71397 Leutenbach, GERMANY

(Received on January 20, 2015, revised on July 30, 2015)

Abstract:

The purpose of this article is the demonstration that risk governance and mitigation in aviation can only be comprehended as an abstract concept on a higher level where several mitigating actions have to be derived from. Due to the fact that the European airspace is tight, there is a new approach to effectiveness, on the one hand, and to safety issues, on the other one: the Single European Sky Project (SES). Thinking about airspaces and aviation safety means thinking about a closely cooperating Europe with various member states together with a variety of different stakeholders. Risk governance is a challenge to be met on every single level, be it local, national or throughout Europe. Risk assessment and mitigation is an ongoing process for all participants in aviation. It demands a close cooperation and a thoroughly done communication between all parts in aviation on every level in order to identify the weaknesses in the system and create sufficient safety barriers.

 

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