Introduction to EASA Regulations for Aerodrome Operators and Regulatory Authorities
The new European Commission Regulation applicable to aerodromes was published and adopted on 12/02/2014. The regulation has a direct impact on Aerodrome Operators and Operations as well as Regulatory Authorities.
EASA is creating a performance based regulatory environment with common standards across all regulations which are enabled by EASA Basic Regulation 216/2008. Specific Focus on Management and Safety Systems is evident. The Aerodrome managers delivering specific oversight. EASA on behalf of all member states is obligated to show compliance with ICAO Standards, Recommendations and Guidance.
Requirements are introduced which have a direct bearing on Management Systems including Quality and Safety and Compliance elements.
Who is the Course for?
It is for anyone with an interest to get deeper into COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 139/2014.
Anyone who has the roles and responsibilities of Nominated Persons in respect of Aerodrome operations.
Airport operational Management staff and Supervisors with direct responsibilities of implementation of COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 139/2014.
Person(s) in due and responsible for management of QA & SMS systems.
Competent Authority Regulators and Inspectors.
What are the Benefits of this Training – What will I learn?
a) To understand what the regulation (139/2014) Identifies
b) Conditions for operating an aerodrome in compliance with the regulation (139/2014) and the
essential requirements applicable to Regulation (EC) No 216/2008
c) To understand the ‘Certification Basis’ (CB) and the Operations Basis (OB) requirements for
d) Knowledge of the requirements which have a direct bearing on Management Systems including
Quality and Safety and Compliance elements.
e) To understand the application process related to the certification of Airports
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed
Definitions & Terms
EASA Regulation (EU) No 139/2014) – Revision & Update Considerations related to Aerodrome Regulation
EASA Commission Regulation (EU) No 139/2014 Introduction
Airport Certification Considerations
Certification Specifications and Guidance Material for Aerodromes Design CS-ADR-DSN
Subpart A — General Requirements (ADR.OR.A)
Subpart B — Certification (ADR.OR.B)
Management Systems Requirements for Aerodrome Operators Subpart D (ADR.OR.D)
Aerodrome Maintenance (ADR.OPS.C)
Aerodrome Maintenance Requirements Best Practice
SUBPART E — Aerodrome Manual and Documentation (ADR.OR.E)
Subpart A Aerodrome Data (ADR.OPS.A)
Subpart B — Aerodrome Operational Services Equipment and Installation (ADR.OPS.B)
Aerodrome Management and Operational Staff, Safety Managers, Quality Managers, Aerodrome Safety Personnel. Regulators and Airport SMS Stake holders.
A background in an airport environment is an advantage, specific SMS competencies are not essential.
The purpose of the course is to enable a comprehensive understanding of the European Regulatory Environment as applicable to Aerodromes with a full understanding of EASA and ICAO relationship and applicable standards. Delegates will consider all transition measures and timelines which are applicable to ensure smooth implementation.
Introduction to EASA Regulation (EU) No 139/2014), Airport Certification, Certification Specifications and Guidance Material for Aerodromes Design CS-ADR-DSN. Management Systems Requirements for Aerodrome Operators, Aerodrome Maintenance & Documentation Requirements.
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1 day – the training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.