Web Conference, 29 November 2011 10:30-12:30h
Part-SPO contains the technical safety rules for the commercial and non-commercial specialised operations (aerial work and other specialised activities). These European rules, when effective, will replace currently applicable national safety rules.The Comment Response Document (CRD) is the second text proposal of the Agency. Stakeholders can provide reactions to this proposal by 31 January 2012. After this "reaction phase", the Agency will provide a final proposal, which is named "Opinion".
This Web conference pursues two objectives:
- to familiarise stakeholders with the recently published CRD documents on NPA 2009-2b "Part-SPO" and to support them in submitting reactions to the CRD; and
- to provide stakeholders with the possibility to interact with members of the drafting team for questions and comments.
This Web conference is aimed at stakeholders involved in the non-commercial operation of other-than complex motor-powered aircraft, in particular:
- employees of aviation authorities,
- aircraft operators,
- pilots, and
- aviation associations.
How to register
To register for the Web conference, please send an email to Cristina .point. Prata .at. easa .point. europa .point. eu by 28 November 2011 and add in the subject line "Web conference: Part-SPO". You will receive acknowledgement of your registration and further information for the log in to this Web conference. The Web conference is limited to 50 participants, on a first come, first served basis. The Agency would offer additional Web conference dates if this event is overbooked or if specifically requested by stakeholders.
|10:00-10:30||Log-in to the event|
|10:30-10:35||Welcome by the moderator||Frances CONDRON|
|10:35-10:50||Overview of the Rulemaking procedure; overview of the CRD documents; rule structure||Ken ENGELSTAD|
|10:50-11:30||Presentation of draft Part-SPO||Ken ENGELSTAD, Giovanni CIMA|
|11:30-12:15||Questions and Answers||Frances CONDRON|
|12:15-12:25||How to provide reactions in the CRT||Frances CONDRON|
|12:25-12:30||Final remarks||Frances CONDRON|