26/02/20142 EASA ATM/ANS Standardisation Inspection Agenda STD Inspection process overview ADQ – part of the STD inspection Q/A S.1.5.
26/02/2014S.1.5. Standardisation Meeting3 Basic principle: Overall objective: to establish and maintain a high uniform level of civil aviation safety in Europe Standardisation inspections objective: Monitoring whether NAA/CA/NSA are implementing EU rules: Not less than required to protect EU citizens Not more than required to ensure a level playing field Standardisation Inspection Process Overview
26/02/2014S.1.5. Standardisation Meeting44 Preliminary meeting 10 weeks min Preparatory phase Opening session Closure Phase Follow-up phase Final Report 16 weeks max On Site As necessary Closure Action Plan Finding Classification Committee Wrap-up meeting Reporting phase 12 weeks max Closing session As necessary Preliminary Report Visiting phase Notice of inspection Visit programme Standardisation Inspection Process Overview
5 Preparation for inspection Pre-visit questionnaires NSA ANSP Analysis of AIP content Other information available in EASA (part of the risk-based approach required by the new Regulation 736) 26/02/2014S.1.5. Standardisation Meeting Standardisation Inspection Process Overview
6 Visits to Undertakings Undertakings are visited as samples to evaluate the oversight activities by NSA. No findings, only Undertaking Non-Compliances (UNCs), can be raised by EASA against undertakings. UNCs are used to substantiate findings to be resolved by NSA. NSA is the competent authority. No de-briefing to undertakings by EASA. 26/02/2014S.1.5. Standardisation Meeting Standardisation Inspection Process Overview
26/02/20147 Addressing ADQ S.1.5. Regulatory requirement: Reg.(EU) 1035/2011 Annex IV: Specific requirements for the provision of aeronautical information services 2. WORKING METHODS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES Providers of aeronautical information services shall be able to demonstrate that their working methods and operating procedures are compliant with the standards in: (a) Commission Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 ( 1 ); To address the above mention requirement EASA has two counterparts: NSAs ANSPs (Undertakings)
26/02/20148 Addressing ADQ S.1.5. What we can address at the NSA level : Whether this requirement was checked during certification or recertification process of ANSP Important issue is the applicability of Reg.(EU) 73/ July 2013 NSA should verify compliance during certification of new ANSP (AISP) or recertification of existing ANSP (AISP) Reg.(EU) 73/2010 applies with some options for derogation
26/02/20149 Addressing ADQ S.1.5. Or whether it was addressed during the on-going oversight cycle NSA should verify compliance during oversight cycle in case of no need of certification or recertification of AISP Reg.(EU) 73/2010 applies with some options for derogation Note: Oversight cycles is define in art.7§3(d) of Reg. (EU) 1034/2011 ensure that sufficient audits are conducted over a period of 2 years to check the compliance of all these organisations with applicable safety regulatory requirements in all the relevant areas of the functional system Important all depends on NSA planning of two years period, when it starts and when AIS part is addressed.
26/02/ Addressing ADQ S.1.5. What we can address at ANSP level : WORKING METHODS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES We will sample and check whether working methods and operating procedures are addressing the applicable requirements stemming from Reg.(EU) 73/2010 for AISP E.g. Art.7§2 Aeronautical information service providers shall ensure that aeronautical data and aeronautical information items published in the AIP of their Member State are annotated to indicate those that do not meet the data quality requirements laid down in this Regulation. If not UNC will be raised and the CA/NSA will have to solve it