·Fosters and maintains collaborative working relationships with external agencies, third-party vendors, stakeholders, and regulatory authorities
·Ensuring that all Safety Officers have the necessary resources to successfully execute and achieve the safety strategic plan, as well as safety initiatives and mitigation strategies to reduce risk to the organization, staff and students
·Proactively educates and instructs all applicable leadership, staff, students and clients regarding safety communications, regulations, guidelines, policies and procedures that may have a potential impact on the safety of flight
· Chairman of the Safety Review Committee that oversees and reviews various company policies, programs, procedures, initiatives and any potential risk or hazards that may adversely impact safety
·Develops annual safety performance goals and sets global objectives and strategies for the company
·Assisting the Chief Flight Instructor in liaising with other flying organizations and airport authorities on flight safety matters of mutual interest.
·Preparing and disseminating flight safety information to staff and students.
·Preparing and displaying educational material on aircraft safety equipment. ·Preparing briefs on flight safety matters.
·Processing and monitoring progress on all flight safety reports requiring action by SNCA agencies.
·Promoting a culture of safety and high priority of safety considerations
·Overseeing the safety of operations on a day-to-day basis
·Carrying out accident and incident investigation and liaison with the NAA and Air Accident Investigation organizations.
·Performing reviews for hazard identification and risk analysis and to identify risk avoidance and/or mitigation strategies
·Monitoring of processes and procedures to determine their effectiveness in avoiding or managing risk
·Maintaining proper records and documentation
·Submission of periodic safety reports to management officials
·Monitoring safety issues within the Aviation Industry and their possible impact on the company's operations
·Provide advice on safety matters and assist employees, Department and Functional Area managers as necessary
·Assess health, facility and property risk factors and identify avoidance strategies and corrective action plans to reduce or eliminate hazards in the workplace
·Coordinating and communicating on behalf of the Accountable Manager with regulatory and certification authorities relating to safety
·Facilitate the establishment of a Quality System within each Department or Functional Area.
· Verify, by monitoring activities and processes (audits, inspections, facilitation, etc.) that the standards as established by SNCA Dammam (SNCA), the certification and regulatory authorities, and the requirements and value statement(s) of customers and internal partners are being met
·Ensure that the quality system is properly implemented, maintained, and continuously reviewed and improved, including any follow-up corrective and preventive actions
·Ensure that initial and recurring personnel training relating to the quality system is conducted
·The QM must have direct access to the Center Manager (CM) as well as have access to all parts of the organization
·Formulating an audit plan and programmed to comply with the GACA requirements as stated in Civil Aviation Regulation
·Prompting corrective action to remedy any deficiencies in SNCA’s Quality System.
·Assigning product and process audits and related duties to auditors.
·Monitoring the performance of auditors and carrying out periodic appraisals at least once per year.
·Assisting the Center Manager in the recruitment and selection of auditors.
·Calling for and participating in management reviews of the Quality System as planned.
·Managing the quality feedback system so as to ensure that Department Heads are aware of and are actively addressing non-compliances and non-conformances and other quality issues.
·Reviewing and processing amendments to the expositions, operations and training manuals.
·Keeping exposition, operations and training manual amendment records and the Master Copies of each.
·Distributing the appropriate expositions, operations and training manuals to personnel on the distribution list.
·Securely storing all quality records including findings, audit reports, reviews and evaluations
·Ensuring that all records pertaining to various approvals are segregated and readily available for external audit.