EMAR M / MRP Part M – Continuing Airworthiness requirements for defence aviation
Part M governs the establishment and functions of Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMOs), referred to collectively in the UK as ‘MRP Part M Sub Part G’. RA4970 to RA4974 govern CAMO Airworthiness Reviews, referred to collectively as ‘MRP Part M Sub Part I’.
The implementation of Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) requirements based on the EASA civil model and the development of EMAR M brings changes to the way in-service aircraft airworthiness is managed. We can help CAMOs and related staff understand the intent of the regulations, developing a change of mindset and acquiring relevant skills in order to fulfil the true potential of the requirements – ultimately in the form of increased aircraft reliability and availability without compromising safety.
How we can help
We offer a comprehensive advisory and support service to help you to understand:
- The role and responsibilities of the CAMO and its ability to continuously improve aircraft airworthiness
- How to improve Maintenance Programme effectiveness
- How to effectively interface with Military Type Certificate Holders, the TAA, Flight Operations and Maintainers
- How to improve regulator confidence in your operations
- Improve efficiency and reduce costs through smarter processes and procedures in compliance with the regulation
- Have increased levels of confidence in discussing Part 145 with your colleagues and regulatory staff
- Appreciate the inter-relation with Human Factors and Error Management for improved overall performance