In the selection of the members of each committee or subcommittee, due account shall be taken of the professional skill and experience of the individual members of the Commission.
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The Educational Committee shall undertake all work of the Commission dealing with education, and specifically: 1. To study and make recommendations concerning reforms in the present system of public and private education in the Philippines in conformity with the educational objectives laid down in the Constitution and as may be justified by the changed or changing political and economic conditions.
To advise the President on basic educational policies with a view not only to formulating an integrated educational pattern for the whole country but also to coordinate our educational scheme with such educational standards as may be set up by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. To conduct studies, investigations and surveys in all phases of vocational education, the results of which shall serve to guide the Government in formulating policies with respect to the development of the different trades and industries of the country.
Such studies, investigations and surveys shall include agriculture and agricultural processes and requirements upon agricultural workers; trades, industries and apprenticeships, trade and industrial requirements upon industrial workers, and classification of industrial processes and pursuits; commerce and commercial pursuits and requirements upon commercial workers; home management, domestic science and the study of related facts and principles and problems of administration of vocational schools, and of courses of study and instruction in vocational subjects.
The Scientific Committee shall undertake all work of the Commission relating to science, and specifically: 1. To study and recommend a well-planned economy for the country designed to coordinate all available power resources and to meet all possible national requirements. To consolidate and report on the advances of modern science and technology so as to make them available to the Government and people of the Philippines. To encourage scientific inventions and discoveries and to conduct experiments and investigations with a view to contributing to the general progress in all fields of science.
To conduct studies and researches in the fields of natural science, social science, philosophy and humanistic studies with a view to the ultimate advancement of mankind, in general, and of the Filipino race in particular. The Cultural Committee shall undertake all work of the Commission relating to cultural matters, and specifically: 1. To study and recommend the national policy to be observed for the unfettered dissemination of information through the media of mass communication, such as the press, movies, radio and television.
To initiate and carry out studies and researches into the ancient culture of the Filipinos and stimulate the revival of such distinctive customs as are compatible with the demands of the modern age and the prevailing world morality.
To encourage and promote the creative arts, such as creative literature, literary criticism, music, theatre, dance, painting, sculpture, the graphic arts, photography, motion picture, architecture, decorative arts, industrial design, handicrafts, display lay-out and typography. To foster cultural missions to and from the Philippines, and the dissemination of correct information about the Philippines and the Filipino people.
In force. The functional airspace blocks are key enablers for enhancing cooperation between Member States in order to improve performance and create synergies. For that purpose and in order to optimise the interface of functional airspace blocks in the single European sky, the Member States concerned should cooperate with each other and where appropriate they may also cooperate with third countries. Member States that establish a functional airspace block have to provide information to the Commission, the European Aviation Safety Agency, other Member States and other interested parties, giving them an opportunity to submit their observations with the aim of facilitating an exchange of views.
However, the Member States should not provide classified information, business secrets or otherwise confidential information. The information to be provided under this Regulation should reflect compliance with the objectives for the functional airspace blocks and assist Member States in ensuring consistency with other measures of the single European sky.
In particular, the Member States concerned should jointly provide the information and accordingly provide one set of information and documentary evidence per functional airspace block. The establishment of a functional airspace block should be considered as the legal process through which Member States must enhance cooperation between their respective airspace blocks. Pursuant to Article 83 of the Chicago Convention, Member States that establish a functional airspace block will have to register agreements or arrangements for functional airspace blocks and any subsequent amendment thereto with the International Civil Aviation Organisation ICAO.
The establishment of functional airspace blocks which would result in changes to the ICAO flight information region FIR boundaries or to the facilities and services provided within those boundaries should continue to be the subject of the ICAO air navigation planning process and the procedure for amendment of the ICAO air navigation plans.
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Member States should ensure that they fulfil their safety responsibilities effectively when establishing a functional airspace block. They should demonstrate and provide the necessary assurance that the functional airspace block will be established and managed safely and address the Member States and the air navigation service providers safety management elements associated with the functional airspace block establishment, with a focus on their respective safety roles and responsibilities.
The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Single Sky Committee,. The Member States concerned shall provide the information set out in the Annex to the Commission at the latest by 24 June The Commission shall make it available for observations to the EASA, other Member States and interested parties at the latest one week after receipt of the information.
The observations of the EASA, other Member States and interested parties shall be submitted to the Commission at the latest two months after receipt of the information. The Commission shall without delay communicate the observations received and its own observations to the Member States concerned. The Member States concerned shall duly consider the observations received before establishing their functional airspace block.
For the purpose of this Regulation, an established functional airspace block shall be considered as modified when a proposed modification shall result in changes to the defined dimensions of the functional airspace block. At least six months before a modification is implemented, the Member States concerned shall jointly notify the Commission of the proposed changes and provide information supporting the changes, updating as appropriate the information provided for the establishment of the functional airspace block. The Member States concerned shall duly consider the observations received before modifying their functional airspace block.
Member States concerned which have already established a functional airspace block prior to the entry into force of this Regulation shall ensure that the required information laid out in the Annex, which has not been already submitted as part of their notification, is provided to the Commission at the latest by 24 June This Regulation shall enter into force on the 20th day following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union. This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States. General information.
The Member States concerned shall provide the following information on the arrangements concluded regarding the establishment or modification of the functional airspace block, including:.
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Member States concerned may refer to information already provided to the Commission as part of the implementation of the single European sky. Functional airspace block safety case.
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With regard to the functional airspace block safety case, the following information shall be provided:. Optimum use of airspace, taking into account air traffic flows. Consistency with the European route network. Overall added value based on cost-benefit analyses. Ensure smooth and flexible transfer of responsibility for air traffic control between air traffic service units. The Member States concerned shall provide information to demonstrate that the transfer of responsibility for air traffic control is smooth and flexible within the functional airspace block.
This shall include the following information on the changes introduced by the establishment or modification of the functional airspace block:. Ensure compatibility between the different airspace configurations, optimising, inter alia, the current flight information regions. The Member States concerned shall provide information on the available plans how to achieve harmonised organisation and classification of different airspace configurations within the functional airspace block.