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Identified by EASA as Annex Vc (Part-CAMO) to Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 of 26 November 2014

Presentation by SofemaOnline (SOL) - Considerations related to SMS in Part - CAMO

Introduction

EASA as the representative of the European Aviation Community has the responsibility to develop a set of regulations that can be embraced by the European Aviation Community to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of ICAO Annex 19.

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Starting the SMS Process

The primary goal of a general introduction is to focus on the understanding of the different processes associated with a compliant SMS. (Compliant with ICAO - Annex 19 & Compliant with EASA - Multiple Regulations) ATC - ANS- Airports - Operators - CAMO’s & Maintainers (AMO’s)

The Importance of the Management Commitment to the success of the SMS can not be understated, correctly implemented.

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Without a doubt, Body Language impacts executive presence. We need to recognise this and to embrace every opportunity to show that we are relaxed, comfortable and confident.

Different People - Different Culture

Whilst our body language is different we can promote the focus on specific elements

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Concerning Certificate of Release to Service issued following incomplete Maintenance Ref Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2020/270 & AMC M.A.801(g)(f) Aircraft certificate of release to service

Although of course, the applicable Maintenance Organisation is responsible for the signing of the Certificate of Release to Service, All Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO’s) should ensure that they fully understand their roles and responsibilities related to MCF and that their procedures related to managing and coordinating such MCF are fully integrated into their organisations documented process and procedures to ensure continued compliance as well as the required levels of safety.

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Effective 24 March 2020 Regulation (EU) 2020/270 amending Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014.

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GM M.A.305 Aircraft continuing airworthiness record system

The aircraft continuing airworthiness records are the means to assess the airworthiness status of a product and its components.

An aircraft continuing airworthiness record system includes the processes to keep and manage those records and should be proportionate to the subject aircraft. Aircraft continuing airworthiness records should provide the owner/CAO/CAMO of an aircraft with the information needed:

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