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The purpose of this document is to share recommended practices and information on Crew Resource Management (CRM) and promote the development of CRM training for both Air Operators having CRM training responsibilities, and Competent Authorities having oversight responsibilities.

The EASA Safety Risk Management process has identified CRM as one of the most important safety factor in the domain of Commercial Air Transport (CAT) Aeroplane operations.

ECAST sponsored the European Plan for the Prevention of Runway Incursion (EAPPRI) and ECAST organisations participated in its development.
The link below redirects to the EAPPRI web-page of the SKYbrary website.

The following link redirects to the Runway Incursion Portal of the SkyBrary website.

ECAST sponsored the European Plan for the Prevention of Runway Excursion (EAPPRE) and ECAST organisations participated in its development.
The link below redirects to the EAPPRE web-page of the SKYbrary website.

The following link redirects to the Runway Excursion Portal of the SkyBrary website.

Developed by the Dutch National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR), this study report  addresses just culture and human factors training in ground service providers.

The following link redirects to the safety culture framework web-page of the Netherlands Aerospace Laboratory - Air Transport Safety Institute (NLR-ATSI) website.

Developed by the Dutch National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR), this study report  addresses the causal factors of errors in ground handling.

The following link opens a document hosted on the SkyBrary website describing the ARMS methodology for operational risk management developed by the Aviation Risk Management Solutions (ARMS) group under the aegis of ECAST.

The following link opens a presentation hosted on the SkyBrary website describing the ARMS methodology for operational risk management developed by the Aviation Risk Management Solutions (ARMS) group under the aegis of ECAST.

Developed by  the Dutch National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR) for ECAST, this document defines and operationalises the safety culture concept and provide a safety culture framework.

Developed by ECAST, this document presents six guiding principles and example organisational structures suitable for implementing a (Safety) Management System.

Developed by ECAST, this document presents guidance on hazard identification to support Risk Assessment and Management in a (Safety) Management System.

The following link redirects to the Safety Management System (SMS) implementation support web-page of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) website.

The following link redirects to Safety Management International Collaboration Group (SM ICG) webpage of the SkyBrary website.

Developed by the Dutch National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR), this study reports addresses ground handling safety.

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