Blog posts tagged in EASA Part 145

SofemaOnline takes a look at the various expectations to comply with “minimum” Base Maintenance Requirements Stores control processes, both related to Regulatory Compliance and Organisational Best Practices.

Stores - Logistics Area

A number of specific areas should be identifiable.

General Facility - Strong Security - Recommend Video Surveillance for all points of Entry -. Customer Serving Hatches to be closable & lockable (Multipoint)

Entry & Exit Doors to be with 5 Lever Mortice Locks

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Question and Answer Session with Steve Bentley CEO of Sofema Online (SOL)

1. What are Initial & Recurrent EASA 145 Training Courses?

A/ The Part 145 Organisation is responsible for the competence of its employees - this of course includes both Certifying Staff & Mechanics.

See the following link for details of what training is required to support EASA Part 145 approval, including Third Country Approval

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