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Additional information for an AOC application
Please read this additional information relating to your application for an AOC
Other required documents
Depending on the type of operations you have applied for, you will be required to submit some or all of the documents listed below. The CASA Service Centre will advise what documents will be required and when you are required to submit them.
|Document name||For more information refer to:|
|Operations Manual||CAR 215, CAAP 215, AOCM|
|Compliance Statement||Form 964/965, AOCM|
|Financial Viability Assessment||Financial Viability Assessment|
|Brochure, Form 064,||AOCM|
|Flight Check System||CAR 232|
|Training and Checking Manual||CAR 217|
|Dangerous Goods Manual||CASR Part 92|
|Maintenance Control Manuals||CAR 42ZY, CAR 42ZZ, CAR 42ZZA|
Details of Maintenance Provider
(the CASA approved organization who will be maintaining the aircraft)
|System of Maintenance||CAR 39|
|Minimum Equipment List CAR 37,||CAO20.18 Sec.10|
|Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP)||CASR Part 99|
Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP)
In March 2009, Part 99 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations was introduced to cover drug and alcohol management plans (DAMP) and testing. A DAMP is required by an organisation that has an employee or contractor (including the employee of, or subcontractor for, the contractor) who perform,s or is available to perform, Safety Sensitive Aviation Activities (SSAA). Further information on DAMPs can be found on the Drug and Alcohol Management Plans (DAMP) - CASRS Part 99 page.
The DAMP must document the organisation's policy, processes and procedures regarding alcohol and other drug (AOD) matters. The Plan must detail the education and testing of employees engaged in safety sensitive aviation activities and the actions to be taken should an employee test positive to AOD use or refuses to meet their obligations. The purpose of the Plan should be to influence attitudes, knowledge and behaviour in relation to AOD use so that AOD related harm is minimised in the aviation sector. CASA must be satisfied that on commencement of operations their DAMP has been implemented and the organisation will continue to meet the requirements.
Micro-Organisation DAMP Exception
If your organisation is not expected to have more than seven (7) regular SSAA employees CASA has now issued an exemption to the implementation of a full-scale DAMP. It is a condition of this exemption that organisation that have seven or less regular SSAA employees adopt a specially prepared and simplified CASA DAMP. More information on who can apply for the exemption can be found at the DAMP exemption for micro-businesses page.
If you meet the criteria and are undertaking to meet the conditions of the exemption on application please inform Regulatory Services in writing as there will be no assessment fee applied for this activity.
AOC Application Form
The AOC application form can be accessed from the Applying for an Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) webpage.