Safety assessments serve to determine flight operational risks as a link between the probability of occurrence and the severity of damage. The general procedure consists of carrying out a functional hazard assessment and risk analyses as well as the subsequent risk assessment and, if necessary, deriving mitigation measures.
Safety assessments are often the continuation of conformity analyses in accordance with EASA/ICAO and any deviations from the guidelines identified during this process. The resulting focal points of investigation are manifold and require the consideration of numerous individual circumstances. The safety assessments carried out by GfL guarantee a case-specific consideration using the above-mentioned procedural steps. These are supported by extensive document analyses, simulations/model applications, flight tests in the simulator, expert workshops as well as analytical calculations taking into account general mathematical and physical working principles as well as specific flight operation, flight performance and air traffic control interrelationships.
The following is a list of exemplary focal points that have been investigated by GfL in the context of safety assessments:
|Measurement of the properties of signal lamps at lighting laboratory in progress|
|Further investigation of signal lamps on behalf of ADV|
|GfL delivers safety assessment concerning the partial runway renewal at Stuttgart airport|
|MV BW assigns safety assessment concerning the partial runway renewal at Stuttgart Airport|
|Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN) decides to extend safety assessment concerning strength of runway strips to runway end safety areas (RESA)|
|Safety assessment of a shortened approach lighting system for precision approaches at Münster/Osnabrück airport|
|Safety assessment for the partial renewal of the runway at Stuttgart Airport|
|Safety assessment regarding the strength of the runway strips and Runway End Safety Areas (RESA) at Cologne/Bonn Airport GmbH|