It’s not hard to follow the regulations; it’s hard to track that all of them are being followed.
ATOS, IOSA, DOD, and Other Audits
Our online manuals service, Jetstream, makes working with ATOS SAIs very simple. When we enter your manuals into Jetstream, every relevant SAI is tied to the particular manual section where it is addressed. (Note: The same structure we use to manage all the ATOS SAIs is used to manage IOSA ISARPs and other references, too. You can also have multiple cross reference structures against the one manual system. For example, we can cross reference your books for ATOS and IOSA and others at the same time.)
Authors have instant access to the SAI(s) or ISARP(s) that govern the particular section they are working on. They also have access to not only the content of that SAI or ISARP, but also to the content of each associated regulatory and advisory reference as well. When authors make a change to one of their manuals, the system determines if changing this section will affect any other section at the airline. If so, the request is referred to the responsible owners.
Jetstream also makes compliance easy. First, it creates a “Hot” Letter of Compliance. When your manuals change or references are relocated, your Letter of Compliance updates automatically. Second, when the FAA inspects or audits for required content in your manuals system, Jetstream generates full reports detailing not only who is responsible for each SAI and where it is located in your manuals system, but also the complete text of each section the regulation is tied to. This allows the FAA to proof for compliance easily – without even opening your books. All the data they need is right in the report. This allows you to spend seconds, not weeks or months, researching answers for the FAA.