In 2017 our safety record was excellent. FABEC ANSPs report that the number of runway incursions and separation minima infringements remained low. Even so, we know we cannot take safety for granted. To stay safe in the air and on the ground a continuous cycle of excellence in safety performance is required. That is why we continuously invest in the proficiency of our employees, in advanced technologies and in state-of-the-art safety management systems and standards.

Beside the provision of safety in daily operations, FABEC has agreed targets for safety indicators for the second reference period and aims to improve the safety management system. Targets to be reached by 2019 have been set, taking into account factors such as the Effectiveness of Safety Management (EoSM), Just Culture and the use of Risk Analysis Tool (RAT) methodology. New safety performance indicators have been introduced, such as the use of automated reporting tools and new levels of reporting. Consistency between safety indicators with targets and indicators without targets has been established. By the end of 2017 all safety targets embedded in the FABEC Performance Plan were achieved or were on track.

« Safety is the core of our business, in fact, it is our mission. »