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News and Updates

August 20 2019

SMS Programs

SMS programs are becoming an essential element for any organization no matter what type of business is conducted or provided. All Industries now expect any company or service provider to have some form of SMS program. The programs can be varied, large or small, complexed or simple depending on the business model or type of service provided. “So why should we have one” you may say? Well the main driver for most organizations is safety in all work or service activities and customers are paying just as much attention to safety as to the services provided. Establishing a safety program in your organization is a positive step to not only improving safety in the workplace but improves the overall quality of the organization and motivates its personnel to perform at a higher level. If your organization does not currently have a safety program but wants to find out if it would be beneficial to establish one contact Tech One for a consultation or advice on how to start the process.

December 12 2017

SMS Programs For MRO's and Repair Stations

National Aviation Authorities are now requiring MRO's and Repair Stations to have an appropriate and functioning Safety Management System (SMS) in place. Tech One Aviation has extensive experience in auditing the SMS programs of commercial and business aviation operators. We can assist MRO's and Repair Stations with the development of an SMS program designed specifically for maintenance operations.

 

February 15 2018

IS-BAH Audits for Business Aviation Ground Support Agencies & FBO's

Tech One Aviation is now an IBAC accredited IS-BAH audit organization and is conducting IS-BAH Safety Audits on behalf of IBAC for business aviation ground handling agencies and FBO's. The IS-BAH audit is an in depth review of an organizations Safety Management System (SMS) and all aircraft ramp handling procedures including aircraft fueling, deicing, ramp safety, aircraft movement, the operation and maintenance of vehicles and ground support equipment. The main objective of the audit is to reduce accidents and aircraft damage incidents, the benefits being less injuries to personnel and a reduction in the insurance claims for damaged aircraft.     

 

 

FAA Approved or Accepted Manuals

It is now a requirement to comply with the Element Design Data Collection Tool (ED-DCT) when submitting a manual to the FAA for approval or acceptance. The ED-DCT consists of  multiple sections each containing a substantial number of questions that needed to be addressed in the manual, these questions are used by the FAA to evaluate newly submitted or re-issued manuals for approval or acceptance.

Tech one has recently recently reviewed and updated a general maintenance manual (GMM) for a client which included the ED-DCT listing. For guidance and information on this process please contact Tech One Aviation Consulting for further details.    

Robert Edwards