+ Seguridad en Navegación Aérea ( Air Navigation Safety Magazine)
"+ Seguridad en Navegación Aérea" was created as a way to disclose the safety activities being carried out in the aeronautical sector, focusing on those taking place within the Directorate of Air Navigation.
From its first issue in September 2009, the magazine has been open to the opinions, suggestions and proposals of its readers.
Each issue deals with subjects of interest and, as much as possible, current event, trying to answer the most frequently asked questions about safety. It also provides technical and educational articles, as well as interviews and reports on the technicians and specialists who work in safety-related jobs in the various Air Navigation units.
The magazine has helped to spread Safety Culture and encourage safety awareness and knowledge among all the personnel of the organisation.
Main articules include: "Velocity matter","Psychoactive substances", "Investigations about Safety and Just Culture", "Deviations due to bad weather conditions" and "A year with ETNA".
The Editorial refers to a summary of what was achieved in 2013 and the goals for 2014.
Main articules include: "ATIS and D-ATIS services","Strategies for fatigue self-management", "Takeoffs without authorization", "Publication of ICAO Annex 19", "3rd Meeting Forum AENA Airlines Evair-IATA ","Interruptions and distractions in the Operation Room" and "Failure at TMA surveillance function".
The editorial of this issue is signed by Jesus Romero, new Head of Safety/Security Division.
Main articles include “CTA workload”, "Fatigue Risk Management System", "Extension of the service provider certificate”, "Human participation as a contributing factor to the safety incidents”, “Eurocontrol workshop in Barcelona ACC”, “Conclusions of the At the Other side of the frequency campaign” and “No cleared landings”.
The Editorial of this issue is signed by Enrique Gismera, until now Chief of the Safety Division and from July 1st is the new Regional Directorate in Canary Region.
Main articles include “Beyond the ordinary tiredness: the fatigue”, "Notification process","Maintenence technicians. Machines don't work by themselves","Five priorities in Safety","Colloquiums at Al otro lado de la frecuencia", "BV, AEPA & INTRAS begin a research line in aviation sector to improve safety","Runway excursions: EAPPRE 1.0" and "Storms".
The Editorial of this issue refers to the incidents happened in July 2012 and to the relevance of the learnt lessons and the actions carry out.
Safety or Security?In Spanish these different concepts are a single word, "seguridad", making it necessary to distinguish them: safety is "seguridad operacional" and security is "seguridad física".