Operational Safety Policies

Fábrica Argentina de Aviones "Brig. San Martín" S.A. conducts its operations promoting Safety Management System as one of its fundamental objectives, keeping a balanced distribution of resources, being aware of the level of risk involved, and with a commitment to:

  • Promote Safety Management System culture at every level of the organization .
  • Comply with current national legislation, international standards and the application of the best practices in the sector.
  • Ensure
  1. Safety Management System is implemented and complied with at all levels of the organization.
  2. Guidelines recommended by SO (RSO) are understood as mandatory and complied with.
  • Determine Safety Management System as a responsibility at all levels of executive management, middle management, and workforce.
  • Provide the necessary human and financial resources to ensure Safety Management System within company workshops is established and maintained.
  • Encourage the effective communication of Safety Management System issues, focusing on accountability of all the activities and strategies associated.
  • Verify that everyone within the organization at either management, leadership, supervisory or workforce level is well informed and adequately trained in operational safety issues and competent on how to manage operational safety.
  • Implement hazard identification and operational risk assessment programs, setting up control and mitigation actions to bring them to acceptable levels of Operational Safety standards.
  • Investigate any incident (event) that may have a direct effect on Safety Management System activities, identifying its causes to take actions and avoid repetition.
  • Monitor the effectiveness of our processes, with a focus on Continuous Improvement.
  • Ensure that no action will be taken against employees reporting Safety Management System deficiencies or problems using the Safety Management System reporting program. In case that report indicates, beyond reasonable doubt, that an unlawful act, a serious misconduct, or a deliberate or willful failure to comply with regulations or procedures (like just cause) has been committed proper action will follow.