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TABLE OF CONTENTS,Subpart GEN General requirements 9. Section I General 9,AMC1 ORO GEN 110 c Operator responsibilities 9. OPERATIONAL CONTROL 9,GM1 ORO GEN 110 c Operator responsibilities 9. OPERATIONAL CONTROL 9,AMC1 ORO GEN 110 f h Operator responsibilities 9. ESTABLISHMENT OF PROCEDURES 9,AMC1 ORO GEN 120 a Means of compliance 11. DEMONSTRATION OF COMPLIANCE 11, AMC1 ORO GEN 125 Terms of approval and privileges of an operator 11. MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION 11,AMC1 ORO GEN 130 Changes 11. APPLICATION TIME FRAMES 11,GM1 ORO GEN 130 a Changes 11. GENERAL 11,GM2 ORO GEN 130 a Changes 12,CHANGE OF NAME 12. GM3 ORO GEN 130 b Changes 12,CHANGES REQUIRING PRIOR APPROVAL 12. AMC1 ORO GEN 150 b Findings 14,GENERAL 14,GM1 ORO GEN 150 Findings 14. GENERAL 14,AMC1 ORO GEN 160 Occurrence reporting 14. GENERAL 14,Section II Management 14,AMC1 ORO GEN 200 a 1 2 3 5 Management system 14. NON COMPLEX OPERATORS GENERAL 14,AMC1 ORO GEN 200 a 1 Management system 15. COMPLEX OPERATORS ORGANISATION AND ACCOUNTABILITIES 15. GM1 ORO GEN 200 a 1 Management system 16,SAFETY MANAGER 16. GM2 ORO GEN 200 a 1 Management system 16,COMPLEX OPERATORS SAFETY ACTION GROUP 16. AMC1 ORO GEN 200 a 2 Management system 16,COMPLEX OPERATORS SAFETY POLICY 16. GM1 ORO GEN 200 a 2 Management system 17,SAFETY POLICY 17. AMC1 ORO GEN 200 a 3 Management system 17,COMPLEX OPERATORS SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT 17. GM1 ORO GEN 200 a 3 Management system 18,INTERNAL OCCURRENCE REPORTING SCHEME 18. AMC1 ORO GEN 200 a 4 Management system 19,TRAINING AND COMMUNICATION ON SAFETY 19. GM1 ORO GEN 200 a 4 Management system 19,TRAINING AND COMMUNICATION ON SAFETY 19. AMC1 ORO GEN 200 a 5 Management system 19,MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION GENERAL 19. AMC2 ORO GEN 200 a 5 Management system 20,COMPLEX OPERATORS SAFETY MANAGEMENT MANUAL 20. GM1 ORO GEN 200 a 5 Management system 20,MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION GENERAL 20. AMC1 ORO GEN 200 a 6 Management system 21,COMPLIANCE MONITORING GENERAL 21. GM1 ORO GEN 200 a 6 Management system 23,COMPLIANCE MONITORING GENERAL 23. GM2 ORO GEN 200 a 6 Management system 23, COMPLEX OPERATORS COMPLIANCE MONITORING PROGRAMME 23. GM3 ORO GEN 200 a 6 Management system 24,NON COMPLEX OPERATORS COMPLIANCE MONITORING 24. GM4 ORO GEN 200 a 6 Management system 28,AUDIT AND inspection 28. AMC1 ORO GEN 200 b Management system 28,SIZE NATURE AND COMPLEXITY OF THE ACTIVITY 28. AMC1 ORO GEN 205 Contracted activities 28,RESPONSIBILITY WHEN CONTRACTING ACTIVITIES 28. GM1 ORO GEN 205 Contracted activities 29,CONTRACTING GENERAL 29. GM2 ORO GEN 205 Contracted activities 29,RESPONSIBILITY WHEN CONTRACTING ACTIVITIES 29. AMC1 ORO GEN 220 b Record keeping 29,GENERAL 29,GM1 ORO GEN 220 b Record keeping 30. RECORDS 30,Subpart AOC Air operator certification 31. AMC1 ORO AOC 100 Application for an air operator certificate AOC 31. APPLICATION TIME FRAMES 31,AMC1 ORO AOC 110 Leasing agreement 31. GENERAL 31,AMC1 ORO AOC 110 c Leasing agreement 31. WET LEASE IN 31,AMC2 ORO AOC 110 c Leasing agreement 32. WET LEASE IN 32,GM1 ORO AOC 110 c Leasing agreement 32. SHORT TERM WET LEASE IN 32,AMC1 ORO AOC 110 f Leasing agreement 32. WET LEASE OUT 32,AMC1 ORO AOC 115 a 1 Code share agreements 33. INITIAL VERIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE 33,AMC1 ORO AOC 115 b Code share arrangements 33. CODE SHARE AUDIT PROGRAMME 33,AMC2 ORO AOC 115 b Code share agreements 34. THIRD PARTY PROVIDERS 34, AMC1 ORO AOC 130 Flight data monitoring aeroplanes 34. FLIGHT DATA MONITORING FDM PROGRAMME 34, GM1 ORO AOC 130 Flight data monitoring aeroplanes 36. DEFINITION OF AN FDM PROGRAMME 36, Appendix 1 to AMC1 ORO AOC 130 Flight data monitoring aeroplanes 44. TABLE OF FDM EVENTS 44, GM2 ORO AOC 130 Flight data monitoring aeroplanes 46. FLIGHT DATA MONITORING 46,AMC1 ORO AOC 135 a Personnel requirements 46. NOMINATED PERSONS 46,AMC2 ORO AOC 135 a Personnel requirements 46. COMBINATION OF NOMINATED PERSONS RESPONSIBILITIES 46. GM1 ORO AOC 135 a Personnel requirements 47,NOMINATED PERSONS 47. GM2 ORO AOC 135 a Personnel requirements 47,COMPETENCE OF NOMINATED PERSONS 47. AMC1 ORO MLR 100 Operations manual general 48,GENERAL 48. AMC2 ORO MLR 100 Operations manual General 48, CONTENTS NON COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS WITH COMPLEX MOTOR POWERED. AIRCRAFT 48,AMC3 ORO MLR 100 Operations manual general 49. CONTENTS COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT OPERATIONS 49,AMC4 ORO MLR 100 Operations manual General 64. CONTENTS NON COMMERCIAL SPECIALISED OPERATIONS WITH COMPLEX MOTOR. POWERED AIRCRAFT AND COMMERCIAL Specialised operations 64. GM1 ORO MLR 100 Operations manual general 64,CONTENTS 64. GM1 ORO MLR 100 h Operations manual general 64,HUMAN FACTORs PRINCIPLES 64. GM1 ORO MLR 105 a Minimum equipment list 65,GENERAL 65. NON SAFETY RELATED EQUIPMENT 65,AMC1 ORO MLR 105 c Minimum equipment list 66. AMENDMENTS TO THE MEL FOLLOWING CHANGES TO THE MMEL APPLICABLE. CHANGES AND ACCEPTABLE TIMESCALES 66,AMC1 ORO MLR 105 d 3 Minimum equipment list 66. EXTENT OF THE MEL 66,GM1 ORO MLR 105 e f Minimum equipment list 66. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL RI 66,AMC1 ORO MLR 105 f Minimum equipment list 66. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL EXTENSION RIE OPERATOR PROCEDURES FOR THE. APPROVAL BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY AND NOTIFICATION TO THE COMPETENT. AUTHORITY 66,GM1 OR OPS MLR 105 f Minimum equipment list 67. RECTIFICATION INTERVAL EXTENSION RIE 67,AMC1 ORO MLR 105 g Minimum equipment list 67. OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 67,GM1 ORO MLR 105 g Minimum equipment list 67. OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 67,AMC1 ORO MLR 105 h Minimum equipment list 68. OPERATIONAL AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES APPLICABLE CHANGES 68. AMC1 ORO MLR 105 j Minimum equipment list 68, OPERATION OF AN AIRCRAFT WITHIN THE CONSTRAINTS OF THE MMEL. OPERATOR S PROCEDURES FOR THE APPROVAL BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY 68. GM1 ORO MLR 105 j Minimum equipment list 68, OPERATION OF AN AIRCRAFT WITHIN THE CONSTRAINTS OF THE MMEL. OPERATOR S PROCEDURES FOR THE APPROVAL BY THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY 68. AMC1 ORO MLR 110 Journey log 68,GENERAL 68,GM1 ORO MLR 110 Journey log 69. SERIES OF FLIGHTS 69,AMC1 ORO MLR 115 Record keeping 69. Training Records 69,Subpart FC Flight crew 70,AMC1 ORO FC 100 c Composition of flight crew 70. Operational multi Pilot limitation oml 70, AMC1 ORO FC 105 b 2 c Designation as pilot in command commander 70. ROUTE AREA AND AERODROME KNOWLEDGE FOR COMMERCIAL AIR transport. OPERATIONS 70, AMC1 ORO FC 105 c Designation as pilot in command commander 71. ROUTE AREA AND AERODROME RECENCY 71, AMC2 ORO FC 105 c Designation as pilot in command commander 71. ROUTE AREA AND AERODROME RECENCY PERFORMANCE CLASS B AEROPLANES. OPERATED UNDER VFR BY NIGHT OR IFR IN CAT OPERATIONS 71. GM1 ORO FC 105 d Designation as pilot in command commander 72. PERFORMANCE CLASS B AEROPLANES OPERATED UNDER VFR BY DAY IN CAT. OPERATIONS 72, AMC1 ORO FC 125 Differences training and familiarisation training 72. GENERAL 72,AMC1 ORO FC 145 b Provision of training 72. NON mandatory recommendation elements 72,AMC1 ORO FC 145 d Provision of training 73. FULL FLIGHT SIMULATors FFS 73,AMC1 ORO FC 200 a Composition of flight crew 73. CREWING OF INEXPERIENCED FLIGHT CREW MEMBERS 73,AMC1 ORO FC 205 Command course 74. COMBINED UPGRADING AND CONVERSION COURSE HELICOPTER 74. AMC1 ORO FC 115 215 Crew resource management CRM training 74. CRM TRAINING CAT operations 74, AMC1 1 ORO FC 115 215 Crew resource management CRM training 79. CRM TRAINER 79, GM1 ORO FC 115 215 Crew resource management CRM training 79. General 79, AMC1 ORO FC 220 Operator conversion training and checking 80. OPERATOR CONVERSION TRAINING SYLLABUS 80, AMC2 ORO FC 220 Operator conversion training and checking 82. OPERATOR CONVERSION TRAINING Syllabus FLIGHT ENGINEERS 82. GM1 ORO FC 220 b Operator conversion training and checking 83. COMPLETION OF AN OPERATOR S CONVERSION COURSE 83, GM1 ORO FC 220 d Operator conversion training and checking 83. LINE FLYING UNDER SUPERVISION 83, AMC1 ORO FC 230 Recurrent training and checking 83. RECURRENT TRAINING SYLLABUS 83, AMC2 ORO FC 230 Recurrent training and checking 90. FLIGHT ENGINEERS 90,GM1 ORO FC 230 Recurrent training and checking 90. LINE CHECK AND PROFICIENCY TRAINING AND CHECKING 90. AMC1 ORO FC 235 d Pilot qualification to operate in either pilot s seat 91. SINGLE ENGINE HELICOPTERS AUTOROTATIVE LANDING 91, GM1 ORO FC 235 f g Pilot qualification to operate in either pilot s seat 91. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN LEFT AND RIGHT HAND SEATS 91, AMC1 ORO FC 240 Operation on more than one type or variant 91. GENERAL 91, AMC1 ORO FC A 245 Alternative training and qualification programme 94. COMPONENTS AND IMPLEMENTATION 94, GM1 ORO FC A 245 Alternative training and qualification programme 99. TERMINOLOGY 99, AMC1 ORO FC A 245 a Alternative training and qualification programme 100. OPERATOR EXPERIENCE 100, AMC1 ORO FC A 245 d e 2 Alternative training and qualification. programme 100,COMBINATION OF CHECKS 100,Subpart CC Cabin crew 101. Section 1 General requirements 101, AMC1 ORO CC 100 Number and composition of cabin crew 101. DETERMINATION OF THE NUMBER AND COMPOSITION OF CABIN CREW 101. GM1 ORO CC 100 Number and composition of cabin crew 101. minimum NUMBER OF CABIN CREW 101, GM1 ORO CC 115 Conduct of training courses and associated checking 102. EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES 102, AMC1 ORO CC 115 c Conduct of training courses and associated checking 102. TRAINING METHODS AND TRAINING DEVICES 102, AMC1 ORO CC 115 d Conduct of training courses and associated checking 103. CHECKING 103, AMC1 ORO CC 115 e Conduct of training courses and associated checking 103. CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMMES AND CRM INSTRUCTORS. GM1 ORO CC 115 e Conduct of training courses and associated checking 106. CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CRM 106, AMC1 ORO CC 125 c Aircraft type specific training and operator conversion. training 106, TRAINING PROGRAMME AIRCRAFT TYPE SPECIFIC TRAINING 106. AMC1 ORO CC 125 d Aircraft type specific training and operator conversion. training 108, TRAINING PROGRAMME OPERATOR CONVERSION TRAINING 108. AMC1 ORO CC 125 ORO CC 130 Aircraft type specific training and operator. conversion training Differences training 110,TRAINING PROGRAMMES 110. AMC1 ORO CC 125 b ORO CC 130 c Aircraft type specific training and. operator conversion training Differences training 110. NON MANDATORY RECOMMENDATIONS ELEMENTS 110,AMC1 ORO CC 135 Familiarisation 110. FAMILIARISATION FLIGHTS AND AIRCRAFT FAMILIARISATION VISITS 110. AMC1 ORO CC 140 Recurrent training 111,TRAINING PROGRAMMES 111. AMC1 ORO CC 145 Refresher training 112,TRAINING PROGRAMME 112. GM1 ORO CC 145 Refresher training 112,FREQUENCY OF REFRESHER TRAINING 112. Section 2 Additional requirements for commercial air transport operations112. AMC1 ORO CC 200 c Senior cabin crew member 112,TRAINING PROGRAMME 112. AMC1 ORO CC 200 d Senior cabin crew member 113,RESPONSIBILITY TO THE COMMANDER 113. AMC1 ORO CC 205 c 1 Reduction of the number of cabin crew during. ground operations and in unforeseen circumstances 113. PROCEDURES with REDUCED NUMBER OF CABIN CREW 113, GM1 ORO CC 210 d Additional conditions for assignment to duties 114. OPERATOR S CABIN CREW UNIFORM 114, GM1 ORO CC 215 b 2 Training and checking programmes and related. documentation 114,LIST OF AIRCRAFT TYPE VARIANT QUALIFICATION S 114. DETERMINATION OF AIRCRAFT TYPES AND VARIANTS 116, GM1 ORO CC 250 Operation on more than one aircraft type or variant 116. SAFETY BRIEFING FOR CABIN CREW 116, Subpart TC Technical crew member in HEMS HHO or NVIS operations 117. GM1 ORO TC 105 Conditions for assignment to duties 117. GENERAL 117,AMC1 ORO TC 110 Training and checking 117. GENERAL 117,AMC1 ORO TC 115 Initial training 117,ELEMENTS 117. AMC1 ORO TC 120 125 Operator conversion training and differences training118. ELEMENTS 118, AMC2 ORO TC 120 125 Operator conversion training and differences training120. GENERAL 120,AMC1 ORO TC 135 Recurrent training 120. ELEMENTS 120,AMC1 ORO TC 140 Refresher training 121. elements 121, AMC and GM to Annex III ORGANISATION REQUIREMENTS FOR AIR OPERATIONS. Subpart GEN General requirements,SECTION I GENERAL. AMC1 ORO GEN 110 c Operator responsibilities,OPERATIONAL CONTROL. The organisation and methods established to exercise operational control should be included. in the operations manual and should cover at least a description of responsibilities. concerning the initiation continuation and termination or diversion of each flight. GM1 ORO GEN 110 c Operator responsibilities,OPERATIONAL CONTROL. a ORO GEN 110 c does not imply a requirement for licensed flight dispatchers or a full. flight watch system, b If the operator employs flight operations officers in conjunction with a method of. operational control training for these personnel should be based on relevant parts of. ICAO Doc 7192 Training Manual Part D 3 This training should be described in the. operations manual,AMC1 ORO GEN 110 f h Operator responsibilities. ESTABLISHMENT OF PROCEDURES, a An operator should establish procedures to be followed by cabin crew covering at. 1 arming and disarming of slides, 2 operation of cabin lights including emergency lighting. 3 prevention and detection of cabin oven and toilet fires. 4 actions to be taken when turbulence is encountered and. 5 actions to be taken in the event of an emergency and or an evacuation. b When establishing procedures and a checklist system for cabin crew with respect to. the aircraft cabin the operator should take into account at least the following duties. Pre take Pre Post,Duties In flight,off landing landing. 1 Briefing of cabin crew by the senior,cabin crew member prior to. commencement of a flight or series,of flights,2 Check of safety and emergency. equipment in accordance with x,operator s policies and procedures. 3 Security checks as applicable x x,4 Passenger embarkation and. disembarkation,5 Securing of passenger cabin e g,seat belts cabin cargo baggage. 6 Securing of galleys and stowage of,x if required x. 7 Arming of door exit slides x,8 Safety briefing information to. passengers, 9 Cabin secure report to flight crew x if required x. 10 Operation of cabin lights x if required x x,11 Cabin crew at assigned crew. x if required x x,12 Surveillance of passenger cabin x x x x. 13 Prevention and detection of fire in,the cabin including the combi. cargo area crew rest areas,galleys lavatories and any other. cabin remote areas and,instructions for actions to be taken. 14 Actions to be taken when,turbulence is encountered. 15 Actions to be taken in case of in,flight incidents e g medical x. 16 Actions to be taken in the event of,emergency situations. 17 Disarming of door exit slides x,18 Reporting of any deficiency and or. un serviceability of equipment x x x x,and or any incident. c The operator should specify the contents of safety briefings for all cabin crew. members prior to the commencement of a flight or series of flights. AMC1 ORO GEN 120 a Means of compliance,DEMONSTRATION OF COMPLIANCE. In order to demonstrate that the Implementing Rules are met a risk assessment should be. completed and documented The result of this risk assessment should demonstrate that an. equivalent level of safety to that established by the Acceptable Means of Compliance AMC. adopted by the Agency is reached, AMC1 ORO GEN 125 Terms of approval and privileges of an operator. MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION, The management system documentation should contain the privileges and detailed scope of. activities for which the operator is certified as relevant to the applicable requirements The. scope of activities defined in the management system documentation should be consistent. with the terms of approval,AMC1 ORO GEN 130 Changes. APPLICATION TIME FRAMES, a The application for the amendment of an operator certificate should be submitted at. least 30 days before the date of the intended changes. b In the case of a planned change of a nominated person the operator should inform. the competent authority at least 10 days before the date of the proposed change. c Unforeseen changes should be notified at the earliest opportunity in order to enable. the competent authority to determine continued compliance with the applicable. requirements and to amend if necessary the operator certificate and related terms of. GM1 ORO GEN 130 a Changes, a Typical examples of changes that may affect the certificate or the operations. specifications or the operator s management system as required in ORO GEN 200. a 1 and a 2 are listed below,1 the name of the operator. 2 a change of legal entity,3 the operator s principal place of business. 4 the operator s scope of activities,5 additional locations of the operator. 6 the accountable manager, 7 any of the persons referred to in ORO GEN 210 a and b. 8 the operator s documentation as required by this Annex safety policy and. procedures,9 the facilities, b Prior approval by the competent authority is required for any changes to the. operator s procedure describing how changes not requiring prior approval will be. managed and notified to the competent authority, c Changes requiring prior approval may only be implemented upon receipt of formal. approval by the competent authority,GM2 ORO GEN 130 a Changes. CHANGE OF NAME, A change of name requires the operator to submit a new application as a matter of urgency. Where this is the only change to report the new application can be accompanied by a copy. of the documentation previously submitted to the competent authority under the previous. name as a means of demonstrating how the operator complies with the applicable. requirements,GM3 ORO GEN 130 b Changes,CHANGES REQUIRING PRIOR APPROVAL. For commercial operations the following GM is a non exhaustive checklist in alphabetical. order of items that require prior approval from the competent authority as specified in the. applicable Implementing Rules,a alternative means of compliance. b procedures regarding items to be notified to the competent authority. c cabin crew, 1 evacuation procedures with a reduced number of required cabin crew during. ground operations or in unforeseen circumstances, 2 for commercial air transport CAT operators conduct of the training. examination and checking required by Annex V Part CC to Regulation EU No. 290 20121 and issue of cabin crew attestations, 3 procedures for cabin crew to operate on four aircraft types. 4 training programmes including syllabi,d leasing agreements. e non commercial operations by air operator certificate AOC holders. f specific approvals in accordance with Annex V Part SPA. g dangerous goods training programmes,h flight crew. 1 alternative training and qualification programmes ATQPs. 2 procedures for flight crew to operate on more than one type or variant. Commission Regulation EU No 290 2012 of 30 March 2012 amending Regulation EU No. 1178 2011 laying down technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil. aviation aircrew pursuant to Regulation EC No 216 2008 of the European Parliament and of. the Council, 3 training and checking programmes including syllabi and use of flight simulation. training devices FSTDs,i fuel policy,j helicopter operations. 1 airborne radar approaches, 2 over a hostile environment located outside a congested area unless the operator. holds an approval to operate according to Subpart J of Annex V SPA HEMS. 3 procedures for selecting off shore alternates,4 to from a public interest site. 5 without an assured safe forced landing capability. k mass and balance, 1 standard masses for load items other than standard masses for passengers and. checked baggage, 2 use of on board mass and balance computer systems. l minimum equipment list MEL, 2 operating other than in accordance with the MEL but within the constraints of. the master minimum equipment list MMEL,3 rectification interval extension RIE procedures. m minimum flight altitudes, 1 the method for establishing minimum flight altitudes. 2 descent procedures to fly below specified minimum altitudes. n performance, 1 increased bank angles at take off for performance class A aeroplanes. 2 short landing operations for performance class A and B aeroplanes. 3 steep approach operations for performance class A and B aeroplanes. o isolated aerodrome using an isolated aerodrome as destination aerodrome for. operations with aeroplanes,p approach flight technique. 1 all approaches not flown as stabilised approaches for a particular approach to a. particular runway, 2 non precision approaches not flown with the continuous descent final approach. CDFA technique for each particular approach runway combination. q maximum distance from an adequate aerodrome for two engined aeroplanes without. an extended range operations with two engined aeroplanes ETOPS approval. 1 air operations with two engined performance class A aeroplanes with a. maximum operational passenger seating configuration MOPSC of 19 or less and. a maximum take off mass less than 45 360 kg over a route that contains a. point further than 120 minutes from an adequate aerodrome under standard. conditions in still air,r aircraft categories, 1 Applying a lower landing mass than the maximum certified landing mass for. determining the indicated airspeed at threshold VAT. AMC1 ORO GEN 150 b Findings, The corrective action plan defined by the operator should address the effects of the non. compliance as well as its root cause,GM1 ORO GEN 150 Findings. a Preventive action is the action to eliminate the cause of a potential non compliance or. other undesirable potential situation, b Corrective action is the action to eliminate or mitigate the root cause s and prevent. recurrence of an existing detected non compliance or other undesirable condition or. situation Proper determination of the root cause is crucial for defining effective. corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence, c Correction is the action to eliminate a detected non compliance. AMC1 ORO GEN 160 Occurrence reporting, a The operator should report all occurrences defined in AMC 20 8 and as required by. the applicable national rules implementing Directive 2003 43 EC 2 on occurrence. reporting in civil aviation, b In addition to the reports required by AMC 20 8 and Directive 2003 43 EC the. operator should report volcanic ash clouds encountered during flight. SECTION II MANAGEMENT,AMC1 ORO GEN 200 a 1 2 3 5 Management system. NON COMPLEX OPERATORS GENERAL, a Safety risk management may be performed using hazard checklists or similar risk. management tools or processes which are integrated into the activities of the. b The operator should manage safety risks related to a change The management of. change should be a documented process to identify external and internal change that. may have an adverse effect on safety It should make use of the operator s existing. hazard identification risk assessment and mitigation processes. Directive 2003 42 EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 June 2003 on. occurrence reporting in civil aviation OJ L 167 4 7 2003 p 23 36.
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