TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Legal Research Digest 36: Legal Issues Related to Implementation and Operation of SMS for Airports provides a review of potential legal issues, an in-depth analysis of identified issues, and the benefits experienced by airports that develop and operate a Safety Management Systems (SMS).
Implementation of SMS in the airport and aviation sector has been an ongoing process since the early 2000s in the United States. As of 2018, few airports have implemented SMS and even fewer have reported legal problems with early adoption. This report relies upon data from airports that have voluntarily implemented an SMS program.
Table of Contents
|LEGAL RESEARCH DIGEST 36||1-2|
|II. EVOLUTION AND CURRENT STATUS OF SMS REQUIREMENTS FOR AIRPORTS||4-9|
|III. THEMATIC LEGAL AND PRACTICAL ISSUES PRESENTED BY SMS||10-18|
|IV. INTRODUCTION TO SURVEY AND METHODOLOGY||19-20|
|V. PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OF SURVEY RESULTS||21-25|
|VI. CONCLUSIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND AREAS FOR FURTHER STUDY||26-32|
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