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ANNEX C Scoring Table for SMS Assessment Table 37. SMS scoring table. Sub- Element Pillar SMS pillars and elements element score score score 1. Safety policy and objectives 1.1. Management commitment and responsibility 1.1.1. Policy 1.1.2. Objectives 1.2. Safety accountabilities of managers 1.3. Appointment of key safety personnel 1.4. SMS implementation and management 1.5. Documentation 1.5.1. Legal and other requirements 1.5.2. SMS Documentation 1.5.3. Documentation and data control 1.5.4. Record and records management 1.5.5. Coordination of the emergency response plan 2. Safety risk management 2.1. Hazard identification 2.1.1. Hazard identification process 2.1.2. Reporting systems 2.2. Risk assessment and mitigation processes 2.2.1. Risk assessment 2.2.2. Operating procedures 2.2.3. Mitigation control plans 2.3. Internal safety investigations (continued on next page) 161

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162 Safety Management Systems for Airports Table 37. (Continued). Sub- Element Pillar SMS pillars and elements element score score score 3. Safety assurance 3.1. Safety performance monitoring and measurement 3.1.1. Performance monitoring and measurement 3.1.2. Audit 3.2. The management of change 3.3. Continuous improvement of the safety system 4. Safety promotion 4.1. Training and education 4.2. Safety communication