1. Managing safety as a fundamental operational priority.
2. Continually improving the company’s management system.
3. Meeting all relevant national and international safety standards.
4. Complying with all applicable legislative and regulatory operational requirements and standards, including the protection in the use of safety information contained in SDCPS established for the sole purpose of improving aviation safety, and qualified for protection under specified conditions. (Safety Data Collection and Processing Systems)
5. Providing the necessary human and financial resources for the implementation of this Safety Policy, including facilities and systems.
6. Promoting and fostering the Safety Management System as the company’s primary means of achieving operational safety.
7. Establishing, maintaining, reviewing and improving safety programs, safety procedures and individual safety responsibilities.
8. Developing and embedding a safety culture across the Company, as measured by:
a. Having safety paramount in the actions and decisions of the Board, Management and Employees.
b. All operational staff having clear written definitions of their responsibilities with respect to safety performance and having been successfully trained in the meaning, extent and practical application of those responsibilities.
c. Establishing and maintaining “Just Culture” based on the principles of ‘good faith’ and ‘reasonable care’ that defines the line between acceptable and unacceptable actions distinguish wilful acts of misconduct from inadvertent errors, providing for an appropriate punitive response as necessary.
d. Maintaining records in the Safety Office that clearly demonstrate that safety is Yangon Airport Group first priority and that on-time performance is a secondary priority.
e. Improving throughout the operation, employees actively report occurrences, hazards and incidents to ensure adherence to company policies.
f. Continuous improvements to the level of safety in the airline’s operations.
g. To encourage staff and contractors in reporting hazards, a rewards/recognition scheme is established and reviewed by management.
9. Providing our employees with adequate and appropriate aviation safety training and regular safety information dispatches to enable them to work safely.
10. Managing risks to either eliminate them or mitigate them to an acceptable level of safety.
11. Ensuring externally supplied systems and services meet appropriate regulatory (both local and relevant foreign regulatory bodies) and company safety standards.
12. Providing our employees with all personal protective equipment required for a task and ensuring that our employers wear the equipment when performing the task. Employees are required under the authority of this policy to refuse to carry out any task where required such equipment is not available or is defective and shall be held responsible if they are not wearing the equipment in circumstances that demand the equipment to be worn and for any incident resulting from the non-wearing of the equipment.
13. Management committed to a culture that has safety, security and quality as fundamental priorities and continued efforts in promoting a positive safety culture with working together to prevent injuries and accidents.