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Sofema Online (SOL) considers the key deliverables of an EASA - compliance CMO SMS

Introduction

Why it is important to deliver an effective integrated SMS recognizing the importance of the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) sitting between maintenance and operations.

Safety management plays a vital role in an EASA Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) to maintain compliance, ensure aircraft safety, and coordinate efficiently between maintenance and operations.

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Sofema Online (SOL)  reviews MSAT Guidance and Best Practices

Introduction

The Management System Assessment Tool (MSAT) is designed to assist organizations and assessors in evaluating both the compliance and performance aspects of a Management System (MS).

MSAT is a crucial tool for ensuring that an organization's Management System is not only compliant with regulatory requirements but also effective in managing safety and promoting continuous improvement. By following the structured guidance and best practices outlined in this document, assessors and organizations can effectively use the MSAT to evaluate and enhance the maturity and performance of their Management Systems.

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the regulatory obligations to comply with EASA regulations related to De-Icing & Anti -Icing requirements.

Reference Documents

>> EASA_SIB_2017-11_1 Global Aircraft De-icing Standards

>> EASA_SIB_2018-12_1 Post De-icing/Anti-icing Checks

>> SAE AS6285 ‘Aircraft Ground Deicing/Anti-Icing Processes’ and ARP6257 ‘Aircraft Ground De/Anti-Icing Communication Phraseology for Flight and Ground Crews’.

>> SAE AS6286 ‘Training and Qualification Program for Deicing/Anti-icing of Aircraft on the Ground’, complemented by subdocuments AS6286/1, AS6286/2, AS6286/3, AS6286/4, AS6286/5 and AS6286/6.

>> SAE AS6332 ‘Aircraft Ground Deicing/Anti-icing Quality Management’.

>> ICAO 9640 ‘Manual of Aircraft Ground

>> Official FAA winter 2023-2024 holdover time guidelines

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the various challenges which are faced by Part 145 Maintenance Organisations as well as the role of online training to provide initial and ongoing support.

Introduction

As an EASA Part 145 aviation maintenance company, there can be several pain points or challenges and these will of course vary depending on the size of the company, its resources, and the complexity of the aircraft being maintained.

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the requirements to ensure compliance with UAE GCAA Regulatory requirements related to the Fabrication of Parts

Introduction

The GCAA acceptance for the fabrication of parts by the approved maintenance organisation should be formalized through the approval of a detailed procedure in the Maintenance Organisation Exposition.

Note: Fabrication, inspection assembly and test should be clearly within the technical and procedural capability of the organisation;

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the change introduced into Part 21 subpart G effective from March 2023.

Introduction

EASA has clarified that effective 7th March 2023 (2-year transition for existing organisations) a design or production organisation shall have a management system made of two elements:

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ICAO Current Status Regarding Recommendations

Please see here

» As the response of the ICAO Medical Section indicates, the subject of the carriage of AEDs on board passenger aircraft, has been, and is under active consideration in ICAO.

What is the purpose of an AED?

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At Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com we know this fact for sure

      » Sofema delegates benefit from taking SOL Courses – because they tell us!
      » Since Jan 2020 over 15,000 people have enrolled for Sofema Online Regulatory & vocational training courses

Sofema Online Status

2019 was a Real Turning Point for Sofema Aviation Services! It was the year where we achieved 25,000 satisfied customers.

With more than 550 Classroom www.sassofia.com & 220 Online Courses with www.sofemaonline.com, we are confident we can meet and usually exceed your expectations in a professional & cost-effective way. 

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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers audit best practices.

With the exception of EASA Part 21 Subpart J Design Organisation Approval which as you will be aware is managed directly by EASA.

The process for all other approvals (Air Carrier – Part 145 / Part M / Part 147 / Part 21 Subpart G POE / ATO) is managed by the Competent Authority.

Essentially works as follows:

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At Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com we know this fact for sure

      » Sofema delegates benefit from taking SOL Courses – because they tell us!
      » Since Jan 2020 over 15,000 people have enrolled for Sofema Online Regulatory & vocational training courses

Sofema Online Status

2019 was a Real Turning Point for Sofema Aviation Services! It was the year where we achieved 25,000 satisfied customers.

With more than 550 Classroom www.sassofia.com & 220 Online Courses with www.sofemaonline.com, we are confident we can meet and usually exceed your expectations in a professional & cost-effective way. 

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At Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com we know this fact for sure

      » Sofema delegates benefit from taking SOL Courses – because they tell us!
      » Since Jan 2020 over 15,000 people have enrolled for Sofema Online Regulatory & vocational training courses

Sofema Online Status

2019 was a Real Turning Point for Sofema Aviation Services! It was the year where we achieved 25,000 satisfied customers.

With more than 550 Classroom www.sassofia.com & 220 Online Courses with www.sofemaonline.com, we are confident we can meet and usually exceed your expectations in a professional & cost-effective way. 

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Consolidated Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 on Continuing Airworthiness (applicable from 24 March 2020).

Ref Also Annex I to ED Decision 2020/002/R (Amending Annex I to Decision 2015/029/R)

Part-CAMO is applicable to:

Aircraft used by licensed air carriers “ AC” -  (Commercial Air Transport) and Complex A/C. Part-CAMO has superseded current Subpart-G of Annex I (Part-M) effective 24th March 2020 and at the end of the transition period 24th September 2020 - will become the only option.

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