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End Notes 1. Federal Aviation Administration. Introduction to Safety Management Systems (SMS) for Airport Operators, FAA Advisory Circular AC 150/5200-37, Washington, DC, 2007. 2. Ludwig, D. A., Andrews, C. R., Jester-ten Veen, N. R., Laqui, C. ACRP Report 1: Safety Management Systems for Airports Volume 1: Overview, Airport Cooperative Research Program, Transportation Research, The National Academies, Washington, DC, 2007. 3. International Civil Aviation Organization. Safety Management System Manual, 1st ed., Doc 9859 AN/460, Washington, DC, 2006. 4. Transport Canada. Safety Management Systems Assessment Guide. TP 14326, Ottawa, Canada, 2005. 5. Reason, J. Human Error, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1990. 6. International Civil Aviation Organization. Annex 14 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation-- Aerodromes--International Standards and Recommended Practices, 4th ed., Vol. I, Montreal, Canada, 2004. 7. International Civil Aviation Organization. Resolution A33-16, Montreal, Canada, 2003. 8. International Civil Aviation Organization. Global Aviation Safety Plan, Montreal, Canada, 2004. 9. Gonzlez, R. Keynote Address by the President of the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization, Strategic Aviation Safety Summit, Bali, Indonesia, 2007. 10. Civil Aviation Safety Authority. Developing a Safety Management System at Your Aerodrome, CASA AC 139-16(0), Canberra, Australia, 2005. 11. Australia Civil Aviation Safety Authority. Guidelines for Preparing a Safety Management System, AC 172-01(0), 2005. 12. International Organization for Standardization. ISO 15489-1:2001, Information and Documentation-- Records Management--Part 1: General, Geneva, Switzerland, 2001. 13. Federal Aviation Administration. Safety Management System Manual, Washington, DC, 2004. 14. Federal Aviation Administration. Introduction to Safety Management System for Air Operator, AC 120-92, Washington, DC, July 2006. 15. Cleary, E. C., Dolbeer, R. A. Wildlife Hazard Management at Airports: A Manual for Airport Personnel, Federal Aviation Administration and U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC, 2005. 16. Keith, N. OHSAS 18001--The Emerging International Health and Safety Management System, American Society of Safety Engineers, World Focus Newsletter, Vol. 5, No. 3, 2006. 17. Transport Canada. Safety Management System Implementation Procedures for Airport Operators, Advisory Circular 300-002, Ottawa, Canada, 2007. 18. Transport Canada Civil Aviation. Safety Management Systems for Small Aviation Operations--A Practical Guide to Implementation, Ottawa, Canada, 2004. 19. Transport Canada Civil Aviation. Safety Management Systems for Flight Operations and Aircraft Maintenance Organizations--A Guide to Implementation, Ottawa, Canada, 2002. 20. Transport Canada Civil Aviation. Guidance for the Development of a Safety Management System Policy Manual, Ottawa, Canada, 2004. 21. Civil Aviation Authority. Safety Management Systems for Commercial Air Transport Operations, Safety Regulation Group, CAP 712, London, UK, April 2002. 22. Civil Aviation Authority. Airside Safety Management Systems, Safety Regulation Group, CAP 642, London, UK, September 2006. 23. Civil Aviation Authority. Guidance for Developing and Auditing a Formal Safety Management System, Safety Regulation Group, CAP 726, London, UK, March 2003. 24. Civil Aviation Authority. The Management of Safety, Safety Regulation Group, CAP 728, London, UK, March 2003. 25. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA 3071, Job Hazard Analysis, Washington, DC, 2002. 142

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End Notes 143 26. Nash, J. Best Practices in Training Hispanic Workers. EHS Today, February 2004. 27. Federal Aviation Administration. Air Traffic Quality Assurance, 7210.56, 1998. 28. The Air Line Pilots Association International. Background and Fundamentals of the Safety Management System for Aviation Operations, 2nd ed., Washington, DC, Feb. 2006. 29. Institute of Occupational Safety and Health. Promoting a Positive Culture--A Guide to Health and Safety Culture, Leicestershire, UK, 1997. 30. GAIN Working Group E. A Roadmap to a Just Culture: Enhancing the Safety Environment, Washington, DC, Sept. 2004. 31. Reason, J. Managing the Risks of Organizational Accidents, Ashgate Publishing Ltd., Burlington, VT, 1997. 32. Greater Toronto Airports Authority. GTAA Fire and Emergency Services Training Institute Opens Its Doors, GTAA Publication, Toronto, Canada, 2007. 33. Department of Energy. Occurrence Reporting and Performance Analysis Guide, Washington, DC, 2003. 34. National Transportation Safety Board. Aviation Investigation Manual: Major Team, Washington, DC, 2002. 35. Flight Safety Foundation. Unlocking the Potential of a Safety Management System. Flight Safety Digest, Vol. 24, No. 1112, NovDec 2005.