Blog posts tagged in Compliance Monitoring

Sofema Online (SOL) considers the typical duties of an EASA Part 145 Workshop Maintenance Manager

Introduction Workshop MM - Responsible for

>> The satisfactory completion and certification of all work required by contracted operators/customers in accordance with the work specification (Work Order and approved MOE procedures);

ensuring that the organisation's procedures and standards are complied with when carrying out maintenance;

>> Ensuring the competency of all personnel engaged in maintenance;

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Sofema Online (SOL) considers the primary issues that need to be addressed to ensure the effective implementation of a fully viable Safety Management System within the EASA Part 145 Organisation.


Transitioning from a Pre SMS compliant EASA Part 145 organization to the introduction of a Safety Management System (SMS) can pose several challenges. However, with practical implementation and the employment of best practices and optimization, the process can help overcome these challenges and reap the benefits of an effective SMS.

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Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) reviews the key elements of the Compliance Monitoring Function related to Aircrew Training Management Regulations

Introduction Compliance Monitoring _ General (GM1 ORA.GEN.200(a)(6)) - ED Decision 2012/007/R

Compliance Monitoring Function

       » Reflect the size, nature, and complexity
       » Compliance Manager (CM) may perform all audits and inspections himself/herself or allocate a resource
       » Personnel should be competent I.A.W. AMC1 ORA.GEN.200(a)(6) point (c)(3)(iii), (External / Internal) 

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Sofema Online considers the key features of the Compliance Monitoring Program to ensure compliance within an EASA Part CAMO Environment.

1) The primary objectives of compliance monitoring are to provide an independent monitoring function on how the organisation ensures compliance with the applicable requirements, policies and procedures, and to request action where non-compliances are identified.

2) The independence of the compliance monitoring should be established by always ensuring that audits and inspections are carried out by personnel who are not responsible for the functions, procedures or products that are audited or inspected.

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