The international civil aviation organization (icao) has developed a new covid-19 aviation safety risk guidance manual to help countries deal with aviation safety risks arising from the global effects of the covid-19 pandemic.
On May 6, according to the international civil aviation organization, the new outbreak of the civil aviation authority management new crown related aviation safety risk handbook (10144) of the international civil aviation organization Doc is in as members of the international civil aviation organization safety management team under the support of aviation experts, specifically for the national aviation regulator and the making of the civil aviation authorities. Icao encourages member states to make use of the new manual.
Dr. Liu fang, secretary-general of the international civil aviation organization (icao), said that covid-19 has brought many new challenges to the whole world. International aviation, as a highly integrated and intricate network, has not been immune to these effects, some of which also pose new challenges to risk management. Icao therefore believes that it is essential to provide new guidance in this area as soon as possible so that countries supported by icao can continue to engage in effective coordination, collaboration and communication to uphold the highest possible level of aviation safety while maintaining the continuity of critical operational operations.
The new international civil aviation organization (icao) handbook is available free of charge on icao's covid-19 safety risk management website and will soon include additional links to useful information and tools to encourage countries to check in and stay up-to-date. In addition, the international civil aviation organization (icao) will host a video interactive webinar to introduce the new manual on 14 May.