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The Role of Maintenance Error Management Systems (MEMS)

The ability of the organisation to investigate Maintenance Error is a valuable tool to understand causal, contributory and root elements and to develop and provide appropriate mitigation's to reduce ongoing exposure.

If we wish to minimize re-occurrence we should address not only the root cause (or causes) of a given outcome, but to also consider all the contributing causes (and there could be many!) as this will have a significant positive impact on the lowering of the threat level (reduction in exposure).

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A number of Training courses are mandated by EASA as recurrent, for example: Maintenance Human Factors (HF), Electrical Wiring Interconnect System Training (EWIS) and Fuel Tank Safety (FTS).

European Aviation Safety Agency drives the requirement for recurrent training through EASA Part 145 regulations.

This training may be delivered in house or by an external Regulatory Training Organisational for example www.sassofia.com or by an online training organization for example www.sofemaonline.com

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