i. o. t. a. n. i. v. A. A. u. t. h. t. o. n. r. i. i. t. o. i. e. J. s. . . THE JAA MAINTENANCE DIVISION & COSCAP - SA. JAR 145 & OPS Subpart M TRAINING COURSE. The Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA).
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THE JAA MAINTENANCE DIVISION
& COSCAP - SA
JAR 145 & OPS Subpart M
An introduction to the JAA, its maintenance policy and in particular JAR-145 & OPS -1 (Maintenance aspects).
Only countries who are members of ECAC (European Civil Aviation Conference) are eligible to join the JAA.
At present there are 38 member states of ECAC and 34 member states of the JAA, 24 of which are full members.
*(Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
JAA Full Members (24)
As on May 2001
The EU regulation on the harmonisation of technical requirements and procedures applicable to civil aircraft became effective on 1 January 1992.
The effect of this regulation is to give the force of “European” law to those JARs specified in the regulation including automatic recognition. It therefore follows that compliance with and automatic recognition of the JARs specified in the regulation is mandatory for the EU JAA-NAA states from the date on when a particular JAR is gazetted.
JAR-145 approved maintenance organisation is one JAR specified in the EU regulation and therefore with the force of law the EU requires compliance with JAR-145 and the automatic recognition of such JAR-145 approvals granted by one JAA-NAA by any other JAA-NAA without further technical evaluation but subject to compliance with the common procedures
The common procedures applicable to JAR-145 are specified in the Joint Maintenance Procedures “blue book”.
Failure to comply with JAR-145 or the associated common procedures are the only basis for non-recognition and would need to be made known to the EU.
FULL MEMBER NATIONAL AUTHORITIES -24
MAINTENANCE ORGANISATIONS -2100
OPERATORS - 2400
As on May 2001
TOTAL ORGANISATIONS APPROVED/ACCEPTED - 3240
(OF WHICH 1830 IN EUROPE, 1250 IN U.S.A AND 155 IN THE REST OF THE WORLD )
Sub-Committees, Working/Study Groups, Joint Teams etc.
AEA:Association European Airlines
EURACA:European Air Carrier Association
AECMA:Association Europeenne des
Constructeurs de Materiel Aerospatial.
ERA:European Regional Airlines
EHA:European Helicopter Association
AEI:Aircraft Engineers International
ECOGAS:European Council of General Aviation
EBAA:European Business Aviation Association
ITF:International Transport Workers Federation
EIMGEuropean Independent Maintenance Group
To help all JAA National Authorities establishcommon standards of compliance with maintenance JARs such that mutual recognition has credibility.
Commercial Air Transport
JAR OPSOPERATORS REQUIREMENT INCLUDES SUBPART M MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT
JAR 145MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION REQUIREMENT
JAR 66CERTIFYING STAFF FOR JAR 145
JAR 147TRAINING ORGANISATIONS FORJAR 66 CERTIFYING STAFF
The operator is responsible for ensuring the safe operation of his/her aircraft including ensuring the completion of all necessary maintenance.
The JAR 145 organisation is responsible for carrying out the operators necessary maintenance to the required standard.
to Part II
non Certifying staff
1.Existing national licence to be converted to JAR 66 AML within 10 years with limitations as necessary.
2. Converted to full JAR 66 AML if standards meet full requirement of JAR 66.
3. Standards check by JAA before (2) conversion.
1. BASA is State to State agreement to recognise each others systems via implementation procedures.
2. Maintenance Implementation Procedure (MIP) is for maintenance.
3. Signature of MIP activates maintenance part.
4. The basic BASA must be signed before any implementation procedure can be signed.
1. A JAA accepted American FAR-145 Repair Station will certify compliance with FARs plus any differences between FAR and JAR.
2. A JAR-145 European Maintenance Organisation holding FAR-145 will certify compliance with JARs plus any differences between FAR and JAR. For Components a JAA Form One is used.
1. Quality Audit System as in JAR 145.
2. Access for JAA or FAA acting on behalf of JAA
3. Accountable Manager Commitment as in JAR 145
4. Supplement to inspection procedures manual.
5. Acceptance of other differences.
6. Receive maintenance international standardisation teams (MIST).
MIST Teams use a standard format to question the NAA and sample a selection of industry organisations for compliance with JARs such as 145.
MIST Team findings are discussed with the NAA before being finalised into the need for corrective action.
Failure to correct within agreed timescales can lead to the country approvals not being recognised by other member states.
1.To help FAA staff understand the differences between JAR-145 and FAR 43/145 from the JAA point of view.
2.To look at each FAA regions working practices for compatibility with JAA procedures.
3.By snapshot audits of a representative sample of FAR-145 repair stations, check for compatibility with JAR-145.
NOTE: Any FAR-145 repair station found significantly out of compliance with FAR-145 or JAA supplementary conditions will be removed from JAA list.