Maintenance Organisations form a vital element in the Continuing Airworthiness system. The safe, efficient and reliable delivery of scheduled tasks and defect rectification involves the deployment of resources and competent staff in a highly structured and controlled way to ensure compliant and safe maintenance standards.
Acting as the eyes and ears of the CAMO, maintainers have to consistently deliver defined maintenance standards and through good maintenance records, enable the CAMO to continuously improve the operational performance, reliability and safety of the aircraft.
As EASA considers bolstering the requirements to implement component Instructions for Continued Airworthiness, with a probable increased focus from the Competent Authorities, component MROs will need to ensure that they are applying best practices and stay up to speed with regulatory change if they are to offer the best value and great ROI to their customers.
Current regulatory requirements define a highly prescriptive Quality System, however implementing the regulations in a smart way can reap efficiencies and, based on their historic accident provenance, high safety standards.
Our team includes a number of highly experienced MRO Managers and ex-UK CAA regulators, previously responsible for the oversight of AMOs across the spectrum. We have extensive experience and working methodologies to support organisations to achieve not just certification or recover from adverse audit findings, but real performance benefits and competitive advantage.
Our training solutions go far beyond merely regurgitating the regulation, providing your personnel with the relevant knowledge and specialist skills required to deliver maintenance to consistently high standards.
Through our wide range of training programmes and broader consultancy services, we can help you to: