Blog posts tagged in Requirements

SofemaOnline (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the best practices needed to ensure effective management of Technical Documentation within the Maintenance Control Centre

Introduction

Strong Management of Technical documentation is imperative for a well-run Maintenance Control Centre. Administration of technical document management should never be overlooked and can adversely affect smooth-running and operational effectiveness if not managed to a high level.

To support efficiency & safety we should ensure that we have the most appropriate systems and processes in place that can help support all associated business areas.

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Review of Commission Implementing Regulation - 2020/1159 of 5 August 2020 amending Regulations (EU) No 1321/2014 and (EU) No 2015/640 as regards the introduction of new additional airworthiness requirements

Overview by Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com

Introduction

An aircraft, the design of which has already been certified, is not required to comply with an updated version of CS when it is produced or while in service.

Therefore compliance of such aircraft with additional airworthiness requirements that were not included in the initial CS at the time of certification of design should be introduced.

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Considerations provided by Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com 

Sofema Online Looks at the basic criteria which is applied to the UAE Regulatory Environment related to Pilot Training. 

Pilot Training - General

       » Trainee

o   Mature Education & Physical

o   Acquire & demonstrate theoretical knowledge and practical skill.

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Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) www.sassofia.com Considers the practical issues associated with the requirement for regulatory compliance for Drone “OPS”

General Introduction

      » Non-Certified Drones do not require Registration
      » Owner / Operator must be registered with NAA of EU Country (Single Registration – Will require Renewal)

o   Once registered, you receive a ‘drone operator registration number’ To be displayed on all the drones including those privately built. You must also upload it into the ‘Drone’s remote identification system’.

o   The unique registration number is valid in all other EASA Member States

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Considerations presented by Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com

Background

Each time EASA updates a major piece of regulatory requirement, AMC & Guidance we can see that they take the opportunity to address several outstanding or ongoing issues. In this case to look at Competence where EASA is digging ever deeper having established (correctly) that competence is a key component to effective oversight, supervision and management of a specific process.

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The process to understand the causal elements including the various Root Causes is a subjective process – means it can be influenced by personal behaviour. 

It is important for the reason that we should take careful steps to ensure the we have the necessary skill level and competence in the persons or teams who are responsible for the evaluation process. 

Team Composition

Any team which is assembled to consider Root Cause must have the Appropriate skill set and knowledge of Investigative Methodology. Background Knowledge and understanding related to Parts, Materials, Processes & Human Performance as required should be present as required.

Note the importance of ensuring Management Commitment to be successful in any given investigation the lead investigator and team members should be given

management backing to pursue the root cause in the most effective way

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