As Singapore’s safety regulator of civil aviation, we are committed to upholding a safe aviation environment, which enables the sustained development and growth of our aviation industry.

Our regulatory approach, aligned with ICAO standards and international best practices, is forward-looking as we continuously seek to improve the way safety oversight is carried out – to support the aviation industry’s growth and development in Singapore.

As a complement to our safety oversight work, we also endeavour to internalise a strong safety culture by sharing good safety practices and encouraging compliance by the aviation industry through regular industry engagement and consultation as well as knowledge exchanges at international platforms.

To facilitate continued industry growth in an increasingly complex aviation landscape, we are implementing the State Safety Programme (SSP), which is in line with the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) objectives in its Global Aviation Safety Plan.

Integrating safety management activities at the State level and across the industry, SSP allows us to identify and mitigate aviation safety risks more proactively and systematically. Very importantly, it helps us chart our long-term strategy for maintaining and strengthening Singapore’s safety management functions for civil aviation.

Please watch this video for more information on SSP. 


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Last Updated on 12 Feb 2018