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Cabin Safety Certification

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Dates:
 18 & 19th October 2018


Cost:
 €395

Location: Shannon

Overview

The course covers certification and continuing airworthiness of changes and repairs relevant to cabin interiors and occupant protection for large fixed wing aircraft types and business jets.

 

Aims

Provide a whole aeroplane overview approach to the certification and continuing airworthiness of changes and repairs to large fixed wing aircraft types and business jets that affect cabin interiors and the safety and well-being of their occupants.

 

Objectives

Given that Cabin Safety is a very broad and detailed subject then the objectives of this 2 day course are to assist delegates in gaining an overview knowledge of the more significant certification matters relevant to changes and repairs to large fixed wing aircraft types and business jets that affect cabin interiors and the safety and well-being of their occupants.

 

 

Benefits

Delegates who attend the course benefit by gaining necessary knowledge to be enable them to implement Cabin Safety and Occupant Protection principles and objectives within their organizations from a whole aeroplane perspective.

 

Who Should Attend

The course is aimed at all persons, especially CVEs, who work for an EASA Part 21 Subpart J Design Organisation (DOA) or equivalent and are involved in the design and certification of such changes and repairs.

 

Key Topics

 

The key topics of the course are:

General Overview

  • Principles of Cabin Safety
  • Background Issues
  • Airworthiness
  • DOA Responsibilities

 

Certification

  • Classification and Changed Product Rule
  • Certification Basis and Applicable Requirement.
  • Certification Programme
  • Compliance Planning
  • Testing
  • EASA Certification Procedures

 

Structures

  • Design Philosophy and Requirements
  • Loading
  • Static Analysis
  • Fatigue and Damage Tolerance
  • Corrosion
  • Materials
  • Structural tests

 

Equipment

  • Suitability of Equipment
  • Equipment Qualification, ETSO / ED14 / COTS
  • Equipment cont’
  • Installation
  • Safety Assessments
  • HIRF and EMC Tests
  • Electrical System Capacity

 

Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems

  • EWIS incidents
  • Subpart H / CRI H-01 / TCDS
  • DOA procedures
  • EZAP & ICA

 

Cabin Interiors

  • Escape / Egress
  • Flammability
  • Seats / Testing / Occupant Protection
  • COTS including Medical Equipment
  • Galleys
  • IFE
  • Walkthrough Inspection
  • Cabin interior CRIs

 

Aircraft Flight Manual & Operational Suitability Data

  • Revisions
  • Supplements
  • Approvals

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