The Director, Air Traffic Safety Standards Oversight Division is responsible for leading the execution of Air Traffic Safety Oversight Service's (AOV) safety oversight activities of the Air Traffic Organization (ATO), as defined by the Executive Director and as specified in FAA Order 1100.161. The division is responsible for the continued operational safety of the National Airspace System (NAS) through monitoring of all air traffic services within the United States and international areas under the control of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), facilitating compliance and continued operational safety. The division's critical responsibilities include providing policy oversight of ATO safety standards for approximately 16,000 air traffic controllers. The division reviews and approves national level changes pertaining to separation standards, changes to the ATO's Safety Management System (SMS), Safety Risk Management mitigation strategies for applicable procedures and future systems, and provides safety oversight of aeronautical information products and services.
Specific responsibilities include:
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