EASA Airports Aviation Compliance Management and Auditing – 2 Days

Introduction –

With the introduction of COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 139/2014 of 12 February 2014 EASA has now assumed responsibility on behalf of the member states to manage the criteria by which member states will demonstrate compliance with ICAO Annex 14.

The regulation contains the rules for the certification, management, operation and design of aerodromes. Furthermore the regulation is supported by Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC), Certification Specification (CS) and Guidance Material (GM) all provided by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

The focus of the new regulation and the forward view of EASA across the entire regulatory environment and its requirements is on a performance-based regulatory system which promotes common safety, operational and management standards for aerodromes across Europe.

Key features include the implementation of an effective management system which includes Safety (Safety Management System – SMS) as well as Quality and Compliance. Competence becomes a key area with the need to demonstrate adequate manning levels, resources and decision-making authority for senior management.

As part of the management system Aerodrome operators are required to take a major responsibility for their own oversight, through performance monitoring and measuring.

Clearly we can this places fundamental obligations on the role of the Quality Assurance Manager and QA department.

Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed –

– Introduction
– Abbreviations and Terms
– Creating an Effective Airport Compliance System
– EASA Regulatory Requirements for a Compliant Quality System
– The Management System requirements of Regulation (EU) No 139/2014
– Compliance Monitoring Principles and Practice
– The Role of the Compliance Manager
– Airport Management System Principles -Post Holder QC Responsibilities and Relationships
– Compliance Management Manuals, and Procedures
– Considering Auditor Competencies
– Aerodrome Accidents and Incidents the link to Safety and Human Factors
– Auditing Introduction
– Compliance Audit Techniques – how to be Effective
– Effective Audit Communication
– Dealing with Situations-Managing meetings to open and close the audit
– Effective Report writing
– Corrective action handling
– Root cause analysis- QMS Evaluation

Target groups –

This course is designed to accommodate all Airport compliance managers and will be of particular interest to other Airport Managers as well as Airport Safety.

Pre-requisites –

A background in an aviation environment is required to fully engage with this course.

Learning Objectives –

To re-enforce a comprehensive understanding of the requirements for both the QA & SMS systems including an understanding of the different types of audit applicable for each area.
To stimulate involvement and provides for powerful motivation.

To consider the fundamentals of a fully compliant Aviation Quality System together with the Key elements required to organize the Quality Compliance processes to ensure compliance and to deliver maximum effectiveness.

To re-enforce a comprehensive understanding of the requirements for both the QA & SMS systems including an understanding of the different types of audit applicable for each area.

An essential element then of benefiting from this training is to focus on the issues, how they relate in our work place, and what we need to do to address them.

How to identify areas which need special attention and how to focus our efforts on making sure our trainings deliver in all relevant areas.

The intention of this training is not to tick the regulatory box but to identify the significant issues which need to be addressed.

Duration –

2 days – Each Training day will start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.

To register for this training, please email office@sassofia.com or Call +359 28210806

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