4.1.3. Temporary Maintenance Authority

  • List MMP References:

  • a. Is Temporary Maintenance Authority (TMA), only granted by the Senior Design Engineer (SDE) to an organisation to conduct maintenance for a period of time not exceeding 12 months?

  • b. Has TMA been granted to allow an organisation to conduct maintenance of complete State Aircraft, complete engines or major sub-assemblies of engines?

  • c. When a TMA has been granted to an organisation, has the SDE ensured that;

  • 1. a nominated individual, meeting the intent of Regulation 4.5.1 is responsible for all maintenance conducted?

  • 2. documented processes, meeting the intent of Regulation 4.5.3 are in place for assessing and authorising personnel as competent to perform maintenance?

  • 3. suitable facilities meeting the intent of Regulation 4.6.1 are available?

  • 4. suitable systems are in place to ensure that only Authorised Maintenance Data meeting the intent of Regulation 5.1.1 is used to conduct maintenance?

  • 5. all maintenance performed is certified in a manner that meets the intent of Regulation 5.1.2?

  • 6. procedures are in place for the control of foreign objects during the conduct of maintenance?

  • 7. maintenance performed is documented, in a manner that meets the intent of Regulation 5.2?

  • 8. unserviceable and unairworthy conditions and maintenance incidents that occur during maintenance are investigated and reported in accordance with Regulation 5.3?

  • 9. all tools and support equipment required to conduct maintenance are managed, meeting the intent of Regulation 5.4.1?

  • 10. all aeronautical is managed, meeting the intent of Regulation 5.4.3?

  • d. Has the SDE specified product acceptance checks to be carried out by a nominated representative for items maintained under TMA?

  • e. Has the SDE notified the TAR when TMA has been granted, suspended, removed or expired?

  • f. Has the TAR directed an organisation that has been granted TMA to become a certified AMO?

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