The challenge of civil aviation safety and security has been the underpinning of the restructuring of the civil aviation sector. This restructuring reaffirmed the sovereign mission of control and supervision of civil aviation.
The ANAC-BF is at the heart of this new system which is built on a strategy and a philosophy that reflects its values and purpose.
The strategy is based on the development of three framework documents:
- The National Civil Aviation Safety Program;
- National Civil Aviation Security Program;
- Program Budgets for the elimination of deficiencies.
Philosophy is built around three (03) postulates:
- Recognition that there will always be threats to security;
- The statement that security is everyone's business; The establishment of organizational standards.
- establishing organizational standards
Thus, the ANAC-BF works to realize its vision of a safe, secure and sustainable development of civil aviation.
To achieve this vision, ANAC-BF has established the following strategic objectives for the 2012-2016 period.
The National Civil Aviation Agency is working to realize its vision of a safe, secure and sustainable development of civil aviation.
To achieve this vision, the National Agency of Civil Aviation of Faso has established the following Strategic Objectives for the period 2012-2016:
I. Strengthen the security of civil aviation by taking the following measures:
at. Develop and approve Burkina Faso's National Civil Aviation Safety Program;
b. Support the implementation of safety management systems common to all areas related to civil aviation safety among air service providers;
c. Establishing an organization, including the ability to oversee safety, is based on the effective implementation of the eight critical elements recognized by ICAO
II. Strengthen the security of civil aviation by taking the following measures:
- Develop and adopt Burkina Faso's National Civil Aviation Security Program;
- Develop and adopt Burkina Faso's national quality control program for civil aviation;
- Develop and adopt Burkina Faso's national training program on civil aviation security.
III. Improve the competitiveness of air service by taking the following measures:
- Apply for the IASA certification of the Federal Aviation Administration (category One).
- Pursue actions to develop airport infrastructures, while improving their management, notably through private public partnerships;
- Develop the concept of regional hub.
IV. Strengthen the human technical capital devoted to civil aviation by implementing the following measures:
- Build the capacity of technical staff through training and retraining;
- Promote cooperation and partnership in the field of technical expertise and training;
- Set up training centers at the national and regional levels.