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Considering Terminology related to EASA Part-CAMO Regulatory Approval

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EASA Part-CAMO Regulatory Approval

May 24, 2024

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Sofema Aviation Services associated with EASA Part-CAMO Introduction The following Terminology and Definitions have been adopted by EASA for use specifically with regulations concerning the operation of an EASA Part-CAMO Organisation. Definitions Assessment – in the context of management system performance monitoring, continuous improvement, and oversight, refers to a planned and documented activity performed by…

Introduction of SMS in EASA Part-CAMO Considerations

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HF & SMS - Considering The Role of Violations in our Aviation System

May 24, 2024

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Sofema Aviation Services considers the drivers for SMS in EASA Part-CAMO within a CAMO Organisation. What is Part-CAMO Part-CAMO provides requirements for Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO): compared with Part-M Subpart G organisation, the main difference is the introduction of SMS principles. Note 1 – Part-M Subpart G organisation may continue their activities with the…

Key enablers and EASA Management System Requirements related to MSAT

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EASA Management System Requirements

May 23, 2024

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Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) considers the key attributes required for an effective Management System Assessment Tool (MSAT) Process. Introduction The key objective is to check that all the enablers necessary for the implementation of a management system have been properly established so that this management system operates and effectively delivers as expected. Users of the MSAT…

EASA Part CAMO HF & SMS – Considering The Role of Violations in our Aviation System

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HF & SMS - Considering The Role of Violations in our Aviation System

May 18, 2024

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Introduction by Sofema Aviation Services What do we mean by Violations? Violations typically involve deliberately (and consciously) departing from known and established rules or procedures. The fundamental difference between errors and violations is that violations are deliberate, whereas errors are not. In other words, committing a violation is a conscious decision, whereas errors occur irrespective…