Claudio Pacozzi.

Easy Access Rules for Air Operations

EASA just published an updated edition of the Easy Access Rules for Air Operations last week. Several amendments have now been incorporated.

The easy access rules contain the technical requirements and administrative procedures in a consolidated, easy-to-read format with advanced navigation features through links and bookmarks.

For more details about the content refer to the EASA newsroom (link) and for a free download visit the EASA regulation (link) tap.

Sokrates Map Concept

I am working together with the SokratesGoup team for quite some months now on various projects. Perhaps we can also support you and your company in the current COVID-19 situation and together explore a sustainable exit from the crisis.

https://sokratesmapconcept.com/

Interview published on LinkedIn

 

Easy Access Rules now available as dynamic online publications

EASA has just published three Easy Access Rules as dynamic online publications in mid December 2020.

It’s a helpful online tool for accessing, reading and searching through a specific Easy Access Rule without downloading it.

So far the new alternate type of publication is available for the following Easy Access Rules:

  • Air Operations ((EU) No 965/2012),
  • Continuing Airworthiness ((EU) No 1321/2014),
  • Aerodromes ((EU) No 139/2014)

Further informations are available on the EASA website (link).

 

Easy Access Rules for Aircrew (Regulation (EU) 1178/2011)

EASA just published an updated edition of the Easy Access Rules for Aircrew. All current amendments up to Regulation (EU) 2020/723 have been incorporated.

The easy access rules contain the technical requirements and administrative procedures in a consolidated, easy-to-read format with advanced navigation features through links and bookmarks.

The document is available for free download on the EASA website.

Easy Access Rules for Basic Regulation (EU) 2018/1139

EASA has published the Basic Regulation 2018/1139 in an easy-to read format (including advanced navigation features).

The documents are available for free download from the EASA website.

 

IOSA Auditor for Aviation Quality Services (AQS)

After the training to become an auditor for IOSA and SMS expert and risk assessor, I performed two IOSA audits under the supervision of a qualified auditor. After these challenging assignments I am now fully released by IATA as an IOSA auditor for the scopes Flight, Cabin and Dispatch.

My next assignment for IOSA will start in three weeks. Looking forward …

Further infos regarding the IOSA program can be found on
https://www.iata.org/whatwedo/safety/audit/iosa/Pages/index.aspx

Certified SMS Expert and Risk Assessor

I have just completed a Safety Management System and Risk Assessment Training at Aviation Quality Services GmbH in Frankfurt. During this 5-day training I have acquired additional theoretical and practical knowledge in the implementation and handling of an SMS as well as in the execution of hazard analysis, risk assessment and risk mitigation according to the requirements of ICAO and EASA.

I am happy to offer you my support in setting up a Safety Management System that meets your needs and legal requirements.

For further information please contact me by mail info@claudiopacozzi.ch or
mobile phone +41 79 769 7778

IOSA Auditor Training

During a five-day comprehensive training program at Aviation Quality Services AQS, I gained profound knowledge on the IOSA documentation system, typical organizational structure of airlines, including size and functions. I was provided with the necessary skills and techniques in auditing.

This also means that I will be available as a sparring partner or for consulting services in case you want to become compliant according to the IOSA standards.