European aviation operators will need to comply with the new EASA OPS regulations arising out of the change of EU-OPS 1 by the end of the transitional period on October 28th, 2014. Aviation Quality Services GmbH (AQS), the leading service provider in auditing, training as well as evaluation of security and quality management systems within the aviation industry, offers customised courses that deal with these changed regulations.
"The judicial and practical modifications are indeed a challenge for all European aviation operator", says Patrick Lutz, Managing Director of Aviation Quality Services. "They also provide a unique opportunity to integrate security and safety management. In this context, only permanent improvements will ensure a high safety level and a more efficient internal process. For these reasons, this improvement will ultimately result in a sustainable reduction in operating expenses."
The three-day EASA OPS training course gives a comprehensive overview of all necessary requirements. It will also provide a detailed outline of the changes which will be effective as a result of (EG) No. 965/2012 and the associated standards.
"By receiving a successful certification at the end of each course, the aviation operators will be made ready for the internal implementation of the new EASA OPS regulations. At the same time they will have reached the latest standard regarding these judicial regulations worldwide", says Henrik Baark, aviation lawyer and trainer at AQS.