Ensuring traceability of all operations is one of the most important task that must be done by an air operator, and that includes being updated with EASA Requirements.
This is possible using SICOMO, a web environment solution for legal compliance, audits and management of non-conformities of organisations in the aviation sector. In that sense, this publication specifies how the SICOMO solution works with EASA Requirements.
Regulations and Standards are divided into Requirements, which are each of the sections of the regulations and standards that the organisation must comply with and on which the company’s audits are carried out.
In the Requirements tab on the left side of the screen, you can manage the requirements that affect your organisation through the drop-down menus and filters shown in the following image:
SICOMO offers two possibilities for viewing the EASA Requirements that affect the company. Through the Requirements Viewer or through the Requirements Table.
For internal documents uploaded by the company, it is possible to add translations to the requirements if desired. Requirements can be associated with questions to be used instead. These questions can be included as an alternative to the literal text of the standard.
In addition, it is possible to assign cross references between the different requirements that affect the organisation, so as not to have duplicities in the audits.
Status in which a requirement that affects the company could be:
- In Force: Requirements in force.
- Not In force Yet: Requirements that are not in force but will be.
- Obsolete: Requirements that have been modified.
- Repealed: Requirements deleted.
Requirements can be evaluated according to:
- Affect: Whether they affect the company.
- Audit Required: Whether they require an audit.
Compliance: This value is obtained based on compliance with the requirement in the audits carried out in the company. For requirements with Comply NO value, it is possible to see in which Finding does not comply.
The SICOMO solution, that combines software with related services, allows this kind of automatization, which translates into a decrease of the workload related with the inefficiency of quality and compliance monitoring management, as well as the management of audit plans and its performance, the management of noncompliance, and the report’s generation among others.
If you wish to know how to optimize quality and compliance monitoring management of air operators according to the EASA regulations, ask for a free demo.
Furthermore, to know how to be updated with EASA Requirements, review how SICOMO solution works with EASA Regulations and Standards and subscribe to the EASA Quality Compliance Newsletter, where you will find information about new technologies and tools for air operators.