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5 Steps to Successfully Implement the New Regulation Changes for Part-145 Maintenance Organizations

As a Part-145 maintenance organization, you are likely aware that the regulation changes regarding compliance with Part-145 as amended by EU Regulation 2021/1963 have come into force. These changes will require you to implement a Safety Management System (SMS) and revise your maintenance organization manual (MOE) to meet the new requirements.

Implementing these changes can be a complex and challenging process, but it is essential for you to ensure that you are compliant with the new regulations in order to retain your approval certificate. In this article, we will provide a step-by-step guide on how to implement the new regulation changes for Part-145 maintenance organizations successfully.

1. Start Early

The first step in implementing the new regulation changes is to start early. Implementing the new regulation changes can be a complex and time-consuming process, so it is important to start early and give yourself plenty of time to prepare. This will allow you to carefully review the new regulation changes and plan your implementation strategy and avoid any last-minute rush or delays that could potentially impact your compliance with the new requirements.

2. Use a Compliance and Safety Management Software

One of the key requirements of the new regulation changes is the implementation of a Safety Management System (SMS) for Part-145 maintenance organizations. To facilitate this process, we recommend using a compliance and safety management software like AMAS.aero. AMAS.aero offers a range of features that can help you to implement the new regulation changes and ensure compliance with the new requirements, including tracking of different aerospace regulations, monthly notifications of updates and changes to regulations, and document processing status tracking.

3. Engage Your Team

Implementing the new regulation changes will require the collaboration and engagement of your entire team. It is important to involve your team members in the process and to provide them with the training and support they need to understand the new regulation changes and to contribute to the implementation process. By engaging your team, you can ensure that everyone knows the new requirements and works together towards a successful implementation.

4. Use a MOE Template

To support the implementation of the new regulation changes, we have developed a MOE template that includes standard processes and samples according to the newly amended regulation. This template is available in both Word format and in webmanuals, making it easy for you to implement the new regulation changes and ensure compliance with the new requirements. The template is available for purchase at the cost of CHF/€4,900.

5. Monitor and Track Your Progress

Implementing the new regulation changes is a continuous process, and it is important to monitor and track your progress to ensure that you are on track to meet the new requirements. This may involve regularly reviewing your compliance and safety management system and your MOE, and making any necessary updates or changes to ensure compliance with the new regulation changes. By monitoring and tracking your progress, you can identify any potential issues or challenges, and take corrective action as needed.

In conclusion, implementing the new regulation changes regarding compliance with Part-145 as amended by EU Regulation 2021/1963 can be a complex and challenging process. However, by following these five steps and using the tools and resources available, you can successfully implement the new regulation changes and ensure compliance with the new requirements. Please contact us today to learn more about our MOE template and order your copy.

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