EASA Part CAMO - Safety Management Systems - Regulatory Obligations

EASA Part CAMO Safety Management Systems Regulatory Obligations smallFrom 24 March 2020 Annex Vc Part-CAMO will become a valid EASA approval.

From 24 September 2021 Part-M Subpart G organisation approval will no longer be available. (By this date all existing CAMO organisations must migrate to the new approval format.)

What is the Difference between Part M Subpart G & Part CAMO?

Part-CAMO provides requirements for Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO): compared with Part-M Subpart G organisation, the main difference is the introduction of SMS principles.

Introducing SMS in EASA Part-CAMO

A fully compliant Safety Management System provides a mechanism to proactively seek, identify, quantify as well as mitigate risks and potential hazards which exist in the business. Moreover, it provides a mechanism to deliver a safer working process and environment in every facet of your day to day business activities.

This course delivers a practical pathway to implement Safety Management System (SMS) within your Part-CAMO organisation.

During the course, we will consider the challenges and issues which need to be overcome and successfully addressed.

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Who is the course for:

It is for persons who are actively involved in the management or Interaction or the organisations' SMS including Accountable Managers, Directors, Managers, CAMO Managers, and CAMO staff, Safety System Stakeholders. Competent Authority Regulators and Inspectors, Operations Directors, Managers, Supervisors. Quality and Safety Managers and Auditors.

What is the Benefit of this Training - What will I learn?

Delegates will achieve a detailed understanding of the following requirement:

The Part-CAMO Safety Management System (SMS) requires clearly define responsibilities and accountabilities for safety, the establishment of a safety policy. Be able to ensure the identification of aviation safety hazards entailed by its activities, including through an internal safety reporting scheme and to ensure the evaluation of aviation safety hazards and the management of associated risks.

Additionally to take action to mitigate the risks and verify the actions’ effectiveness & maintain personnel trained, competent, and informed about significant safety issues.

To be able to document all management system key processes & effectively manage risks in contracted and subcontracted activities, and develop a process to monitor compliance while considering any additional requirements that are applicable to the organisation.

Additionally, Delegates will be able to:

a) Gain a detailed awareness of the philosophy of safety management
b) Be able to fully engage with the needs and benefits of SMS with a Part CAMO Environment
c) Be able to deliver a continuous oversight of your organisations SMS
d) Understand Roles and Responsibilities related to the Effective Implementation of your SMS
e) Be able to engage with effective risk assessment and deliver effective root cause analysis
f) Be able to engage with and apply effective SMS auditing techniques
g) Understand the impact of safety culture human and organizational factors in SMS implementation
h) Be able to acquire and manage Data within the Organisational Environment

Content

Introduction
Definitions
EASA Part CAMO SMS - Concepts & Philosophy
Regulatory Drivers for SMS Opinion No 06/2016
Requirements for Safety & Human Factors Training within an EASA Part CAMO Organisation
General Introduction to Safety Reporting
Internal Safety Reporting
Hazard Identification Within an EASA Part CAMO Organisation
Managing Part CAMO SMS Related Competencies
Part CAMO - SMS Management of Change Process
Safety Performance Monitoring
Developing SMS Management and Supporting Documentation
SMS Integration within an EASA Part CAMO - Challenges
Implementing an Emergency Response Plan
Safety Promotion and Raising Awareness


Target Groups

Accountable Managers, Directors, Managers, CAMO Managers, and CAMO staff, Safety System Stakeholders. Competent Authority Regulators and Inspectors, Operations Directors, Managers, Supervisors. Quality and Safety Managers and Auditors.

Learning Objectives

a) Understand the Evolution of Safety
b) Understand the purpose and methodology of proactive SMS
c) Be able to develop an effective process for the implementation of a fully compliant SMS

About this course

Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 1-day classroom training
Category: Part M
Price: 79.50 USD

MULTIPLE COURSES/USERS DISCOUNTS

2 to 4 courses/delegates - 10%
5 to 9 courses/delegates - 15%
10 to 24 courses/delegates - 20%
25 to 49 courses/delegates - 30%
> 50 courses/delegates - 40%

 

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