Blog posts tagged in 2017

An effective Aviation Safety Management System (SMS) provides the industry with a key driver to manage the various organisational elements, which when managed in an effective way can support the prevention of incidents and accidents.

The crux of implementing an effective safety management system (SMS) is not just in defining it, but also in effectively implementing it. This really is the major challenge – ask yourself how your organisation measures the effectiveness of your SMS.

The Accountable Manager (AM) of the organization is ultimately responsible and accountable for Safety. The AM MUST understand the risk of not having an effective SMS in place for his organization. The key to a job well done is to see the SMS not merely as a compliance-driven requirement but as an opportunity to drive improvement both in terms of Safety and also in terms of organisational effectiveness which can save significant expenditure in the long run.

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New Training Courses available with SOL!

We are constantly adding New Training Courses to SofemaOnline – if you would like a specific training to be available on line please advise and we will do our best to accommodate you. is pleased to advise the availability of our latest online training EASA Part 21 Overview and Responsibilities for Part M CAMO.

This intensive course considers the roles and responsibilities of the PART M CAMO and the interfaces with PART 21 Subpart G Production Organizations and Part 21 Subpart J Design Organizations.

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