what’s new?

  • June 2021

Making progress in our project of developing and testing student internship programs to be implemented by secondary schools in Poland in a course of teaching three professional groups: aircraft mechanic technician, avionics technician and airport operating services technician, we initiated the activity of a team of experts. The team was composed of six people from industry and four representatives of schools. At the same time, an internal discussion forum was initiated, which is to help in the implementation of the entire project and facilitate contacts between the authors of internship programs, experts representing industry and schools, and the team managing the entire project. In the near future, representatives of other schools that are not represented by experts will have access to the forum.
Unfortunately, the forum will not be accessible to the public. Our experience in this area is extremely negative and, not wanting to allow naughty posts and all kinds of trolls to appear, we decided to keep the forum closed. We are sorry. People who are very interested in cooperation are asked to contact us via the communicator on the home page.

  • April 2021

MGN Alaris Consulting together with Projekt Plus started the implementation of a European project aimed at developing and verifying vocational training programs implemented by secondary schools as part of teaching in three professions: aircraft mechanic technician, avionics technician and airport operating services technician.

The duration of the entire project is planned for 18 months.

We invite all interested organizations to contact us.

  • December 2020

In connection with the prevailing pandemic and the growing threats resulting from it, our training in the field of the human factor has been extended to include elements of the impact of a pandemic on the human psyche, symptoms that can be observed, methods of coping with long-term stress and the impact of these phenomena on the safety of air operations.

  • October 2020

In connection with the COVID-19 pandemic and the growing impact of this phenomenon on us, we expanded the scope of training on the Human Factor for the issue of the impact of the pandemic on employees of aviation companies and the possibility of influencing the level of aviation safety.

  • August 2020

For several weeks, I was inactive because I supported the activities of the Sector Council for Aviation and Space Industry Competence as coordinator of the aviation part of the project. On September 15, I will end my cooperation with the Council when two recommendations are prepared.

The first is an emergency recommendation dedicated to airlines to help them get through the pandemic and then overcome the crisis. If you are interested in details, please visit the website of PARP or the Małopolska Regional Development Agency, which will be the operator in the draft of the extraordinary recommendation.

The second is a recommendation, which is already ordinary, and focuses on supporting aviation organizations and personnel in the field of training and competence development. At present, several trainings are prepared, but the recommendation is open and further trainings may be added. At the moment, I cannot indicate the date and place of publication of this recommendation.

  • May 2020

We have developed a project of measures to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the area of ​​aviation in cooperation with the Council for the Competence of the Aerospace Industry. The plan was approved by PARP (which oversees the process of establishing and operating competence councils) and currently the Council is awaiting the allocation of funds by the Agency for the implementation of these activities. As part of the proposed activities, a number of market analyzes, launching assistance for dismissed people and analyzes of maintaining the level of security in the event of the need to limit the scope of activities, dismissal of employees and suspension of activities are planned.

MGN Alaris Consulting prepared a presentation on black swans (very rare but with very serious consequences), and the behavior of QM / Compliance cells and SMS in an emergency not foreseen in the Emergency Action Plan (ERP).
The training is available in the form of a webinar and a normal presentation at the client’s site.

In mid-May, MGN Alaris Consulting will extend the scope of its services to one-day training in the supervision of counterfeit parts (fraud parts).

  • April 2020

In April, at the request of DEKRA, we prepared a webinar on the black swan phenomenon and the way quality teams operate and risk management during the crisis. We invite you to the next editions. (https://szkolenia.dekra.pl/szkolenie/czarny-labedz-czyli-rzecz-o-zarzadzaniu-ryzykiem-zarzadzaniu-w-kryzysie)

  • March 2020

On March 24, EASA published a new version of the “eRules consolidated Regulation” containing changes resulting from the regulations published last year (2019/1383 and 2019/1384) and this year (2020/270). The document is available at: https://www.easa.europa.eu/sites/default/files/dfu/Consolidated_Regulation_%28EU%29No1321-2014_on_Continuing_Airworthiness.pdf

The current version of Easy Access Rules for Continuing Airworthiness is still dated April 2019 and does not contain any changes to the regulations, nor the newly issued AMC and GM for Part CAMO and CAO and Part ML. The document is available at: https://www.easa.europa.eu/sites/default/files/dfu/Easy%20Access%20Rules%20for%20Continuing%20Airworthiness%20%28April%202019%29.pdf

In connection with the publication of consultancy materials for Part CAMO on March 13, I would like to inform you that we are resuming offering training for organizations of continuing airworthiness management. We would like to remind you that the period for implementing the changes in accordance with the EU Regulation 2019/1142 is limited to 12 months and in the spring of next year all Part M / G certificates will automatically expire. The document is available at: https://www.easa.europa.eu/sites/default/files/dfu/Annex%20VII%20—%20AMC%20and%20GM%20to%20Part-CAMO%20—%20Issue%201.pdf