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Traffic accidents are an unfortunate yet an occasional occurrence in transportation, some of which resulting in serious consequences such as property damage, injuries, or even loss of life. It was Indonesia national badminton athlete Syabda Perkasa Belawa was tragically involved in a road accident on Central Java’s Pemalang toll road yesterday. He and his mother passed away in the accident.

We would convey our deepest heartfelt condolences to their family . May Allah grant them Jannah Amin


Implementing effective preventive measures and promoting safety can significantly reduce the frequency and impact of accidents. One such measure involves leveraging advanced technologies and improving infrastructure to better manage traffic flow, ultimately making our roads safer for everyone. Another essential component to reducing traffic accidents is fostering a culture of road safety through educational campaigns, stringent law enforcement, and driver assistance systems. By taking these steps, we can work together to create a safer and more responsible driving culture, reducing the number of traffic accidents and ensuring that everyone reaches their destinations safely and efficiently.

In Aviation States bears significant responsibility or establishing an environment conducive to safe and efficient aviation actives. Generally, these responsibilities include both regulatory functions (licensing, certification, etc.) and safety oversight functions to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

Each State must make provisions or the safety of the aviation system within its jurisdiction. States also have a responsibility for meeting the requirements of the larger international system.

Factors related to meteorology, aeronautical charts, aircraft operations, airworthiness, aeronautical information, the transport of dangerous goods, etc. could all have an impact on the safety of the total system. To full its diverse safety responsibilities effectively, a State requires a “safety program” to integrate its multidisciplinary safety activities.


Through their actions as the regulatory authority, States set he one or safe and efficient aviation operations conducted within their jurisdiction, for example:

Civil Aviation Administration (CAA). States must establish an appropriate body, often referred to as the Civil Aviation Administration (CAA), with the necessary powers to ensure compliance with the aviation regulations.

Safety oversight. States must establish appropriate safety oversight mechanisms to ensure that operators and service providers maintain an acceptable level of safety in their operations.

In the discharge of the States regulatory responsibilities, the regulatory authority may adopt either an actives role, involving close supervision of the functioning of all aviation-related actives, or a passive role, whereby greater responsibility is delegated to the operators and service providers.

In a more passive role, the State leaves the interpretation and implementation of the regulations to the operator or service provider, relying upon their technical competence and encouraging compliance through the threat of enforcement action.

State regulatory system which falls between the actives and passive extremes such as:

  • Representing a well-balanced allocation of responsibility between the State and the operator or service provider for safety;
  • Being capable of economic justification within the resources of the State;
  • Enabling the State to maintain continuing regulation and supervision of the activities of the operator or service provider without unduly inhibiting the effective direction and control of the organization; and
  • Bringing results in the cultivation and maintenance of harmonious relationships between the State and operators and service providers.


The CAA is the State body responsible for implementing the legislative and regulatory provisions for aviation safety. In effect, the CAA develops and delivers the State’s safety program. In dong so, effective CAAs are guided by:

a) a clear statement of their vision and mission (regarding safety);

b) a well-understood and accepted set of:

  1. operating principles, such as delivering safe and efficient service consistent with public expectations and at reasonable cost, and treating regulated organizations  and employees with respect; and
  2. corporate values such as competence, openness, fairness, integrity, respect and responsiveness

Based on such broad direction, State Administrations typically have responsibilities for some or all of the following:

Establishing and implementing the rules, regulations and procedures for safe and efficient aviation, for example:

  1. personnel licensing;
  2. procedures for obtaining and renewing: operating certificates;airworthiness certificates; and airport certifications;
  3. operation of air traffic services; and
  4. (in many States) conduct of accident and incident investigations;
  • implementing a system for safety oversight of the entire civil aviation system by purveyance, inspections and safety audits, etc.;
  •  carrying out enforcement actions as necessary;
  •  monitoring technological developments and best industry practices with a view to improving the States aviation system performance;
  •  maintaining a system of aviation records, including licenses and certificates, infractions, and reported accidents and incidents.
  •  conducting analyses of safety trends, including accident/incident data, and service difficulty reports; and
  •  promoting safety through the dissemination of specific safety materials, conducting safety seminars, etc.
Salam Sehat Semangat Sukses amiin
Bambang Purnomo , SS-BA, CSCA, CAVM Solution Consultant

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