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Old 9th Feb 2024, 19:59
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SPO overwater operations requirements

Ciao ragazzi. Chi di voi sa qual'e' il minimo equipaggiamento a bordo di un aeroplano che conduce SPO operations overwater (no passeggeri, solo personale specializzato a bordo) a piu' di 50 miglia dalla costa? Non riesco a capire se la life raft e' obbligatoria o se e' una scelta a discrezione della CAMO della ditta.
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SPO.IDE.A.195 Flight over water
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(d) The pilot-in-command of an aeroplane operated at a distance away from land where an emergency landing is possible greater than that corresponding to 30 minutes at normal cruising speed or 50 NM, whichever is the lesser, shall determine the risks to survival of the occupants of the aeroplane in the event of a ditching, based on which he/she shall determine the carriage of:
(1) equipment for making the distress signals;
(2) life-rafts in sufficient numbers to carry all persons on board, stowed so as to facilitate their ready use in emergency; and
(3) life-saving equipment, to provide the means of sustaining life, as appropriate to the flight to be undertaken.

AMC1 SPO.IDE.A.195 Flight over water
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RISK ASSESSMENT
(a) When conducting the risk assessment, the pilot-in-command should base his/her decision, as far as is practicable, on the Implementing Rules and AMCs applicable to the operation of the aeroplane.
(b) The pilot-in-command should, for determining the risk, take the following operating environment and conditions into account:
(1) sea state;
(2) sea and air temperatures;
(3) the distance from land suitable for making an emergency landing; and
(4) the availability of search and rescue facilities.
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Grazie. Ma quindi e' il PIC che decide!
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Da ignorante in materia, vaglielo a spiegare dopo che hai ammarato che avevi fatto il risk assessment e non ti sei portato il canotto quando potevi.
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Originally Posted by bufe01
Da ignorante in materia, vaglielo a spiegare dopo che hai ammarato che avevi fatto il risk assessment e non ti sei portato il canotto quando potevi.
Ma infatti! Anche se non hai passeggeri paganti a bordo hai comunque le vite degli operatori. Ho chiesto proprio perche' mi trovo in questa situazione e la risposta della compagnia e' stata "Siamo legali al 100%". Ero convinto che le SOP contenessero dei "minimum requirements" e che fosse stato fatto da loro un risk assessment accettabile. Grazie cmq per le risposte
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