Continued Operational Safety (COS) Course 15900001 - International
FAA will teach this five-day course will provide you with an in-depth understanding of continued operational safety (COS) processes that relate to identifying and correcting safety issues due to deficiencies with aircraft design/manufacture. You will also learn how to receive and evaluate safety data and make appropriate decisions on the type of corrective action.
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
You will develop competencies to make corrective actions to COS and risk management through existing methods and processes that are relevant to COS current activities.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
-COS system discussion
-Mandatory continuing airworthiness information from State of Design Civil Aviation Authority
-Instructions for continued airworthiness
-Design approval holder's COS responsibilities (regulatory and best practices)
-Monitor Safety/Analyze data (MSAD) and Order (8110.107A)
-Transport Airplane Risk Assessment Methodology (TARAM)
-Alternative Method of Compliance (AMOC)
-Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin (SAIB)
The course is beneficial to aviation safety engineers, from civil aviation administrations, manufacturers, maintenance, repair and overhaul companies and airlines.
API/APAC/FAA Academy ITD/AIR International Training Partnership