The purpose of the maintenance organisation exposition (MOE) is to identify the procedures, means and methods of the approved EASA 145 organisation. An up to date and effective MOE is crucial to maintaining a valid organisational approval.
Compliance with its contents of the MOE assure compliance with the requirements of Part 145, which is a prerequisite to obtaining and retaining a maintenance organisation approval certificate.
It is understood that the (competent authority*) will approve this organisation whilst the (competent authority*) is satisfied that the procedures are being followed and work standards maintained.
It is further understood that the (competent authority*) reserves the right to suspend, limit or revoke the approval of the organisation if the (competent authority*) has evidence that procedures are not followed or standards not upheld.
The MOE typically covers four main parts:
The management MOE covering the parts specified earlier.
The maintenance procedures covering all aspects of how aircraft components may be accepted from outside sources and how aircraft will be maintained to the required standard.
The quality system procedures including the methods of qualifying mechanics, inspection, certifying staff and quality audit personnel.
Contracting operator procedures and paperwork.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed –
– Abbreviations and Definitions
– Regulatory Background
– Understanding the Role of the MOE
– Managing EASA 145 MOE Amendment Process
– Considering the role of Performance Auditing to Identify MOE Procedural changes
– Root Cause Analysis for Business Area Owners
– Developing MOE Departmental and Local Area Procedures
– Part 1 Management
– Part 2 Maintenance Procedures
– Part L2 Additional line maintenance procedures
– Part 3 Quality system procedures
– Part 4 contracting operators & operator procedures and paperwork
– Part 5 Sample of documents
– Part 6 Operators Maintenance Procedures
– Part 7 FAA Supplementary Procedures for a FAR Part-145 Repair Station
– Part 8 Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCAA) Supplementary Procedures for a TCAA AM573 Maintenance Organisation
Target groups –
This course is designed to focus on the role of persons either managing or working within the Aviation Quality environment. Together with business area owners and other persons required to take responsibility for procedures within the MOE.
This is not a course for beginners, a background in aviation together with an aircraft maintenance background will be a strong positive together as will a general awareness of the regulatory obligations.
Learning Objectives –
To equip the attendee with the skills and techniques required to develop and manage the MOE
To give the attendees a number of exercises including how to optimize MOE procedures to ensure the course is practical and relevant to each attendee.
1 day – Start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
To register for this training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call +359 28210806