As part of EASA’s Work Programme, and in line with the European Plan for Aviation Safety (EPAS), new Rules, AMC, GM and CS are being drafted and adopted every year. Whilst some of these are amendments aimed at improving the effectiveness of the rules, quite a lot of the changes are connected to: the widening and deepening competence and oversite of the EU and EASA; response to safety issues; and, new developments in technology. During 2020, and through to 2022, there are especially large volumes of changes and new requirements; many of these are very detailed and complex, and apply on various dates (past, present and future).
Aerodrome management teams and operations, safety and compliance managers, may feel overwhelmed when faced with a continuous stream of new requirements contained in the Basic Regulation 1139/2018, the Aerodromes Regulation 139/2014, and CS ADR-DSN. Each new EASA Opinion and Decision ought to trigger internal management of change processes, where consideration of the impacts will include: manuals, procedures, training, manning, safety programmes, compliance, record-keeping and coordination with stakeholders.
Due to the broad-range of training courses and contractor services offered by airsight, which help customers understand and comply with the regulatory requirements and standards, airsight has an obligation to track existing and future intended changes (see the Aerodrome Regulations Calendar). airsight can help you save much time and effort, but not remove your own accountabilities and obligations.
This one-day Briefing provides a one-stop-shop for aerodrome managers and various stakeholders and partners, to refresh themselves with the latest information and status. Firstly, by showing the sources and how they are connected, participants will be able to create a “map” of all changes. Then, by focusing on the key issues (differences and additions) which demand the most attention at aerodromes, participants will be able to order their priorities for adaptation and change. Finally, attendees will leave with the references and knowledge they need to help their organisations establish training and awareness briefings for their colleagues.
Please note: In addition to the scheduled sessions, this Briefing can be held for your organisation “In-house” online virtually or at your own premises. Therefore, many decision-makers and stakeholders can receive the same information in one hit. This could effectively and directly precede your own in-house change management processes.
airsight offers this training course on request, worldwide. At the end of the course, all participants will receive an airsight certificate based on EASA training regulations, which is highly recognized throughout the aviation industry.
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