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JARUS Specific Operations Risk Assessment (SORA)
The new European regulation, published on the Official Journal of the European Union on June 11th 2019 and applicable from 2020, allocates all drone operations into three categories: “Open”, “Specific” and “Certified”. To operate under the “Specific” category, in the absence of an adequate standard, an operator must prepare a risk analysis and submit it to the competent authority, in order to obtain authorisation to operate. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) advises for this to be performed following the SORA methodology (Specific Operation Risk Assessment), developed by JARUS.
EuroUSC Italia, having actively contributed to the development of SORA, offers two-day training courses on the SORA methodology (16h) for operators and aviation authority inspectors.
The course outlines the SORA methodology, with particular emphasis on:
- Applicability field
- Coverage of the process to analyse and assess ground and air-risks
- Identification of mitigation strategies and the applicable technical and operational requirements
The course can be delivered in English or Italian and is comprised of ten theoretical modules and six group exercises to allow participants to gain familiarity with the SORA methodology.
THE COURSE IS AIMED AT:
National CAA senior executives, officials and inspectors
Operators and remote pilots
Air navigation service providers or air traffic management personnel
Manufacturers (drones or drone auxiliary systems) who wish to utilize SORA as means to support the certification process of their products.