INTRODUCTION Safety Assurance is looking at weakness in the organisational system which raises the exposure to risk. Safety Assurance is a forward-looking process. It is almost 10 years since the introduction of Proactive Safety Management Systems (SMS) and the process of integrating best practice SMS continues throughout the Industry. This course focuses on the regulatory…

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INTRODUCTION Aviation Leaders are aware of the potential impact of their decisions (good or bad) moreover they have the capacity to make what can be sometimes considered as tough decisions. Aviation Leaders also know what they want to achieve and have the strength of character to pursue their objectives even in the face of opposition…

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INTRODUCTION The Republic of the Philippines Civil Aviation Regulations (CAR) Part 5 presents regulatory requirements for the airworthiness of aircraft expected to operate in the Republic of the Philippines using the standards and recommended practices in ICAO Annexes 6 and 8. Part 5 is designed to address the complex situation faced by most countries today…

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INTRODUCTION The Republic of the Philippines civil aviation regulations were initially introduced into law by Legislative Act No. 3909 on November 20, 1931. Over the years numerous civil aviation laws were established and on April 4, 1987, Executive Order No. 125 created the Air Transportation Office (ATO) headed by the Assistant Secretary of Air Transportation….

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Introduction – The EASA 145 Stores Management and Inspection System is an essential element of the 145 approval. It must be managed and staffed by trained and competent staff. The Stores Inspector is located at the very first point of entry for material coming into the organisation. It is essential that the Stores Inspector has…

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Introduction – The EASA 145 Stores Management and Inspection System is an essential element of the 145 approval. It must be managed and staffed by trained and competent staff. The Stores Inspector is located at the very first point of entry for material coming into the organisation. It is essential that the Stores Inspector has…

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INTRODUCTION EASA Part SPA was issued as Annex V to Commission Regulation 965/2012. Part SPA provides for the Implementing Rules, (IRs), Acceptable Means of Compliance, (AMCs), and Guidance Material, (GMs) related to Specific Approvals which are available for an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) –Air Carrier (AC) to apply for. This course will review the framework…

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INTRODUCTION ETOPS applies to twins on routes with diversion time more than 60 minutes at one-engine-inoperative speed. For rules that also cover more than two engines, as in the case of the FAA. There are different levels of ETOPS certification, each allowing aircraft to fly on routes that are a certain amount of single-engine flying…

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INTRODUCTION This 1 Day course is focused on the regulatory oversight and auditing of Risk Management and Root Cause practices within EASA compliant organisations. The course considers how to engage with the process of “Risk Management” and how to perform effective “Root Cause” The training also considers best practices compliance with ICAO and references the…

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Introduction This 3 Day course is focused on best practice techniques which can support the Competent Authority to perform a Regulatory Audit & Assessment of a) EASA Compliant Management Systems b) EASA Compliant Safety Management Systems c) EASA Compliance Management Systems d) Emergency Response Planning Oversight Audit e) Business Process Recovery & Crises Management Oversight…

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