Compliance Monitoring, Safety Management, NCC and IS-BAO

Compliance Monitoring, Safety Management, NCC and IS-BAO

Traditional Quality Systems will soon be integrated by Safety Management  Systems based on risk evaluation principles, as mandated by the new  European Regulations. Compliance Monitoring activities will supplement the Quality Management System to evaluate management of safety performance and safety information.


Flyrad’s extensive experience in Safety Management and Compliance Monitoring is the basis for  the following services:

  • Support to Air Operations Departments (Part CAT, ORO, etc), Continuing Airworthiness (Part M, Part 145, etc), IOSA and Flight Training (Part FCL);
  • Assistance with Qualified Auditors;
  • Full Compliance Monitoring management;
  • Audit Checklist editing and continuous updating and customer tayloring;
  • Production of the Compliance Monitoring Manual and the relevant modifications to the Operation Manual.

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Flyrad can provide a full-service package to certificate the Non-Commercial Operators under the EASA Part-NCC Standards, which will become in force starting from August 2016. Thanks to the extensive experience, Flyrad offers:

  • Production of all the manuals needed;
  • Set up and (if needed) management of the Safety Management System;
  • Assistance for the definition of the best aircraft management solution;
  • Assistance for choosing the best tax-attractive registrars within the European zone.

Flyrad assists its customers also in the International Standards for Business Aviation Operations (IS-BAO) accreditation, consolidation and revalidation and offers the following services:

  • Initial audit activities for the companies looking for a IS-BAO accreditation;
  • Assistance during the accreditation phases and production of all the required manuals (Operations Manual, Safety Manual, SOP, Checklists,GOM, Security Manual, etc.);
  • Assistance for the periodic revalidation of the accreditation (every 2 years);
  • Set up and (if needed) management of the Safety Management System;
  • Set up and up-dating of the Emergency Response Plan (ERP).