An Integrated Approach to Compliance in the Airline Industry

Safety authorities around the world have adapted the self-regulated approach to surveillance of the industry, encouraging airlines to take responsibility for their own safety management systems (SMS) while also ensuring compliance to relevant regulations.

Managing safety is not a small feat for an industry with such a deep level of complexity, both on human and operational levels. Being able to define and execute Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in a manner that is compliant with regulation is business critical, but it can also drive efficiency. But to do so, airlines must adopt an integrated approach whereby legislation and regulations are managed in the context of flight and Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) operations.

Read more about the 6 steps needed for build an integrated approach to compliance in the Airline Industry

Move from traditional value chains to business ecosystems with a digital GPS (Gartner)

According to Janelle Hill from Gartner, process leaders need to understand business ecosystems not just the traditional value chains. 


The future of business is much more dynamic. Successful organisations will capitalise on business moments rather than being fixed.   

A 'digital GPS' (such as the Holocentric  BMS) will empower your people to deliver outcomes in a more dynamic world whilst ensuring compliance and managing risk. 



Integrated compliance the key to boost productivity

Bruce Nixon, CEO of Holocentric was featured in an article in Financial Observer, discussing integrated compliance as the key to boost a company's productivity and efficiency

Click  HERE for Original Article that appeared in the Financial Observer.

Standard Operating Procedures - Over-regulation or Best practice?

We all have compliance obligations that require us to have standard operating procedures (SOPs). These may be part of a quality management system, workplace health and safety, some other form of accreditation, risk management or other form of compliance. Do we just create these for compliance purposes or do they actually help us to run the business more effectively and efficiently? In theory, SOPs embody best, most-compliant practice. Yet, very few organisations can attest that they consistently follow SOPs.

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