EBACE Convention News

Web Manuals Intros Package for MRO Reg Changes

 - May 24, 2023, 6:04 AM

Ahead of upcoming regulatory changes impacting MRO services in Europe, maintenance tracking software provider Web Manuals (Booth L97) is introducing at EBACE a discounted package for new customers, designed to help MROs comply with the revised rules. The updated requirements span areas that include the personnel responsible for safety management, along with compliance monitoring systems.

“It's all in one, with everything you need in order to stay compliant as an MRO,” said Julia Larsson, director of operations, EMEA, of the Swedish company.

Offered in partnership with aviation regulation compliance consultancy AeroEx, the package includes the Web Manuals solution for editing, distributing, and monitoring manuals, alongside its Part 145 compliance library and the compliance and safety management platform developed by AeroEx. Also included is the AMAS Connector, providing links to relevant manuals within Web Manuals in a compliance audit, and an AeroEx Part 145 Maintenance Organization Exposition template that simplifies implementing and complying with the new legal regulations. The package, valued at €15,300 ($16,534), is available to new customers for €9,990.

Web Manual is also introducing at EBACE enhanced personalization options in its latest Reader App upgrade that will make it easier to download, read, and stay updated on crucial documents that are specific to each customer’s operations.

“This app revision has been long anticipated and is a direct result of feedback from our community,” said Larsson. “For example, we’ve incorporated larger navigation bars to make manuals accessible for pilots experiencing turbulence in the cockpit.”

Web Manuals is showcasing the updates and demoing its products at the company’s Palexpo booth.

With offices in New York and San Diego in the U.S., and Malmö, Sweden, Web Manuals has more than 530 customers and partners worldwide, and is rapidly expanding its global footprint, the company said.