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So let’s take a look at how we could perform an Audit of the Internal Reporting System within an Operators Management System.

Consider First the Background Regulatory Obligations and to note that we need in this case to comply with both 965/2012 and 376/2014 (Proposed Audit Items are identified as AI-N)

AMC1 ORO.GEN.200(a)(2) Management system
COMPLEX OPERATORS - SAFETY POLICY

(a) The safety policy should:

(4) Include safety reporting principles. AI-1

(b) The safety policy should include a commitment:

(5) Not to blame someone for reporting something which would not have been otherwise detected. AI-2

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In order to ensure a smooth transition and a high level of civil aviation safety in the European Union, Implementing Rules should reflect the state of the art, including best practices, and scientific and technical progress in the field of air operations. Accordingly, technical requirements and administrative procedures agreed under the auspices of the International Civil Aviation Organization (hereinafter referred to as “ICAO”) and the European Joint Aviation Authorities (hereinafter referred to as “JAA”), as well as existing European and national rules, should be considered.

The introduction of Part OPS Regulation 965/2012 was a huge undertaking pulling together not only Commercial Air Transport – CAT but all the different arrangements related to operation of aircraft including Commercial other than Non Commercial, Helicopter, Aerial Work and other Specialist Services.

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