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  1. Foreign EASA Part-145 Organisation Roadshow Singapore 11th October 2006 JULIAN HALL EASA Continuing airworthiness Manager 11 October 2006

  2. PART 1 EASA GENERAL OVERVIEW 11 October 2006

  3. Changes in Europe INTRODUCTION Significant changes within the European Aviation Regulatory framework have been brought about by the introduction of new European Aviation Regulations. In particular Regulation 1592/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council, which established the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). 11 October 2006

  4. EASA Objectives • Establish and maintain a high uniform level of civil aviation safety in Europe; and • to ensure a high uniform level of environmental protection • to facilitate the free movement of goods, persons and services • to promote cost-efficiency in the regulatory and certification processes and to avoid duplication at national and European level 11 October 2006

  5. EASA Objectives • to assist Member States in fulfilling their obligations under the Chicago Convention • to promote Community views regarding civil aviation safety standards and rules throughout the world by establishing appropriate cooperation with third countries and international organisations 11 October 2006

  6. EASA Functions • Rulemaking • Assist the European Commission in preparing legislation, and support the Member States and industry in putting the legislation into effect • Adopt our own certification specifications and guidance material, 11 October 2006

  7. EASA Functions • Certification • Conduct technical inspections and issue certificates where centralised action is more efficient • Standardisation • Assist the European Commission in monitoring the application of European Community legislation 11 October 2006

  8. Regulatory Framework Annex I : Essential Requirements for Airworthiness Annex II : Excluded Aircraft Agency Opinion Basic Regulation Regulation (EC) 1592/2002 of 15 July 2002 Regulation (EC) 1702/2003 on Airworthiness and Environmental Certification Regulation (EC) 2042/2003 on Continuing Airworthiness Agency Opinion Section A: Application Requirements Annex I (Part-M): Continuing Airworthiness Requirements Section A: Technical Requirements Annex (Part 21) Section B: administrative Procedures Section B: Administrative Procedures Appendices: EASA forms Annex II (Part-145): Maintenance Organisation Approvals Appendices: EASA forms Annex III (Part-66): Certifying Staff Annex IV (Part-147): Training Organisation Requirements Guidance Material Part 21 Certification Specifications AMC & Guidance Material Part M, 145,66,147 Agency CS , AMC & GM AMC 20 AMC 21 CS 25 CS 34 CS 36 CS E CS P CS APU CS AWO CS ETSO CS Definitions CS 22 CS 23 CS 27 CS 29 CS VLA CS VLR Parliament and Council European Commission EASA 11 October 2006

  9. Requirements for organisation approvals OVERVIEW OF REG. 1592/2002: With respect to the field of organisation approvals several important factors need to be highlighted. The Agency is responsible in accordance with Article 15.2 to: (a) conduct, itself or through national aviation authorities or qualified entities, inspections and audits of the organisations it certifies 11 October 2006

  10. Requirements for organisation approvals (b) issue and renew the certificates of(i) design organisations; or(ii) production organisations located inside the territory of the Member States, if requested by the Member State concerned; or(iii) production and maintenance organisations located outside the territory of the member states 11 October 2006

  11. Regulations A. Commission Regulation (EC) 1702/2003 entered into force on 28 September 2003. This Regulation has one annex-Part 21. B. Commission Regulation (EC) 2042/2003 entered into force on 28 November 2003. This Regulation has 4 annexes. Annex i-Part M Annex ii-Part-145 Annex iii-Part-66 Annex iv- Part-147 11 October 2006

  12. IS FIN The playing field S NO EE LV DK KZ LT RU IRL RU BY UK 25 EU PL NL B UA D 3 EEA CZ L SK 6 JAA MD A HU F CH GE RO AZ SI HR AM BA SM IR BG MC IT P TR E MK AL EL IQ SY 11 October 2006 DZ MT CY NAA Standardisation meeting 02.12.2004 - Koeln MA TN

  13. Regulations Annex II to 2042/2003 is Part-145. This implementing Rule deals with the approval of maintenance organisations and is derived from the former JAR 145 requirement. There are relatively few changes between the former JAR 145 and EASA Part-145. 11 October 2006

  14. Commercial/large transport aircraft Annex II Annex III Annex I Operator Part 66 Part M Part 145 CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation) Sub Part F Part 147 Annex IV EU 2042/2003 ( NATIONAL) 11 October 2006

  15. Transition • November 28th 2004 was the end of a transition period (specified in Article 4 to Regulation (EC) 2042/2003 whereby all ‘grandfathered’ former JAR-145 approvals had to be transitioned into EASA Part-145 approvals. • For the Agency this meant all the ‘grandfathered’ foreign JAR 145 and JAR 147 approvals had to be given EASA Part-145 and Part-147 approvals respectively. 11 October 2006

  16. EASA approved organisations A) US Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement/ Maintenance Implementation Procedures TOTAL 1338 Part-145 organisations B) Canadian Technical Arrangement for Maintenance TOTAL 138 Part-145 organisations C) Foreign non –bilateral Part-145 approvals TOTAL 270 Part-145 organisations D) Foreign non –bilateral Part-147 approvals TOTAL 14 Part-147 organisations 11 October 2006

  17. EASA Certification Process Approved Organisations Total numbers 11 October 2006

  18. EASA Part-145 in Singapore • Total number of EASA Part-145 approvals issued in Singapore is 38. A further 3 have been issued pending numbers. • CAA UK 24 • DGAC France 12 • LBA Germany 2 TOTAL 38 • Additional applications on file 16 11 October 2006

  19. Continuation activity • All 1760 foreign EASA approved organisations are subject to a full technical review every 2 year period to ensure “continuation”. (This approximates to 17 “continuations” per week). • In addition foreign CAMO and sub part F applications are being received from applicants. These are new codes so the total volume of activity has yet to be determined. 11 October 2006

  20. EASA Structure EASA Organisation 11 October 2006

  21. EASA Structure Rulemaking Directorate 11 October 2006

  22. EASA Structure Quality & Standardisation Directorate 11 October 2006

  23. EASA Structure Administrative Directorate 11 October 2006

  24. ADMINISTRATION ( FEES & CHARGES ) Interaction between Directorates RULEMAKING CERTIFICATION Technical oversight/resources allocation Issue of certificates Rules/AMC/GM & interpretation STANDARDISATION Quality/Standardisation of system 11 October 2006

  25. Organisations Department Head of Organisations Department WILFRIED SCHULZE Secretariat Design Organisations Manager ROGER SIMON Production Organisations Manager ALLAERT KALSHOVEN Maintenance/Training Organisations Manager JULIAN HALL 11 October 2006

  26. Continuing Airworthiness Organisations Section Manager Continuing Airworthiness Organisations JULIAN HALL Secretaries Administrative Assistants US BILATERAL PART-145 FOREIGN 147 CANADIAN T/A PART-145 FOREIGN CAMO FOREIGN 145 FOREIGN SUB PART F 11 October 2006

  27. PART 2 EASA FOREIGN PART-145 PROCESS 11 October 2006

  28. EASA Part 145 Approval • Competent Authority: • EASA for organisations outside of Member States • Approval in accordance with Annex I of Basic Regulation & Annex II of 2042/2003 (Part 145) • EASA may progress investigation internally or allocate to an NAA • Decision No 13/2003 - guidelines for allocation of certification tasks to NAAs 11 October 2006

  29. EASA Part 145 Approval • Allocation of a technical agent to carry out work on behalf of the Agency is limited to Member State NAAs by Management Board Decision No 3/2004 of February 2004. • NAAs are selected based upon: Availability of resources Competence and experience Total estimated cost 11 October 2006

  30. EASA Part 145 Approval • Application: • Guidance on EASA web site www.easa.europa.eu • EASA Form 2 and Certificate of Incorporation to EASA. • Applicant invoiced for initial fee • Payment received • CAM allocates oversight – EASA or NAA 11 October 2006

  31. EASA Part 145 Approval • Fees and charges. The Agency must recover the costs of its certification activities. The European Commission have detailed Regulations which apply to EASA and industry. • Regulation (EC) No 488/2005. • Amended by Regulation (EC) No 799/2006 11 October 2006

  32. EASA Part 145 Approval • The Team - Normally one person but can vary depending on; • Size of organisation • Complexity of the approval applied for • Number of approved sites • Nature of the services covered & direct impact to aviation safety • Type of audit • EASA must give prior agreement if more than one person used 11 October 2006

  33. EASA Part 145 Approval • Initial Approval: • i.a.w. Part 145 section B, AMCs & GM. • EASA Form 6 • All Findings closed prior to recommendation • Maintenance Organisation Exposition • EASA Form(s) 4 • Consistency of Form 2 with Form 6 and MOE • Continued Surveillance Plan (24 months) 11 October 2006

  34. EASA Part 145 Approval • Initial Approval: • Approval of MOE • Acceptance of Accountable Manager • Approval of Form 4 nominees • Team Leader to check the number of technical staff detailed on EASA Form 2 against number required for scope of approval 11 October 2006

  35. EASA Part 145 Approval • Issue of Approval: • Recommendation from NAA • Normally correspondence in English • NAA to provide EASA with; • Submission of proposed EASA Form 3 • Countersigned EASA Form 6. • Surveillance Plan for next 24 month period 11 October 2006

  36. EASA Part 145 Approval • Change of Approval: • Name of the organisation • Main location of organisation • Additional locations (except line stations) • The Accountable Manager • Persons nominated under 145.A.30(b) • Facilities, equip, tools, material, procedures, work scope, certifying staff – that could affect the approval 11 October 2006

  37. EASA Part 145 Approval • EASA Form 2 from applicant • Change of Approval: • NAA to supply EASA; • Submission of proposed EASA Form 3 • Countersigned EASA Form 6 covering changes 11 October 2006

  38. EASA Part 145 Approval • Continued Surveillance: • Visits normally minimum of once per year • Complete review of Part 145 compliance every 24 month period • Accountable Manager interview • EASA Form 6 recommendation • New surveillance plan at end of period (Based on initial approval date) 11 October 2006

  39. EASA Part 145 Approval • Continued Surveillance • Level 1 findings – EASA must be informed and will take appropriate action • Level 2 findings – The initial time period for closure may be extended but in this case EASA must be informed 11 October 2006

  40. EASA Part 145 Approval • Continued Surveillance: • Day to day Communication • MOE amendments • Changes to senior personnel 11 October 2006

  41. EASA Part 145 Approval • Records • The NAA should hold records in relation to the approved organisation which will include; • EASA Form 4(s) • EASA Form 6 • EASA Form 3 • MOE • Any correspondence associated with the approval 11 October 2006

  42. EASA Part 145 Approval • Records • The NAA should hold records in relation to the approved organisation which will include; • EASA Form 4(s) • EASA Form 6 • EASA Form 3 • MOE • Any correspondence associated with the approval 11 October 2006

  43. EASA Part 145 Approval • Panel of Experts: • Established by EASA • Specialists with extensive technical knowledge of aircraft maintenance • Provide technical advice to EASA • May act as Team Members • Must ensure no conflict of interests 11 October 2006

  44. Conclusions • Striving to maintain and improve safety will always be the essential pillar of EASA. • In the near future the EASA fees and charges Regulation will be amended based upon a review by the European Commission, in order to produce a more balance and simple system-this should be available in 2007. 11 October 2006

  45. Conclusions • FEES AND CHARGES REGULATION • Lessons learned • Income lower than initially intended & needed • Internal processes imposed by Regulation very complex • NAA contact management during transition very demanding 11 October 2006

  46. Conclusions • Actions to be taken • Revision Step 1 (short term fix) • Administrative simplifications (payment modalities) • Increased income generated from major players • In force since 1 June, 2006 11 October 2006

  47. Conclusions • Revision Step 2 (long term solution) • Project with external consultant • Objective: Simple and sustainable system satisfying all needs • Planned entry into force: January 2007 11 October 2006

  48. Conclusions • In order to assist industry in complying with a complex series of aviation regulations, in a dynamic and globalising industry, the Agency is committed to reducing redundant regulatory oversight wherever possible. 11 October 2006

  49. Conclusions • Due to the large number of EASA Part-145 organisations in Singapore , the similarity of the Continuing airworthiness Regulations and the level of confidence in the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, EASA is prepared to enter into discussions regarding a possible future working arrangement with CAAS. 11 October 2006

  50. Contact details EASA Web site www.easa.europa.eu Queries for applications foreign145@easa.europa.eu Queries for fees and charges feesandcharges@easa.europa.eu Frequently asked questions www.easa.europa.eu 11 October 2006