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Maintenace facilities

Maintenance Facilities

  • General condition of building.(Hanger Doors, Windows, Washrooms, Exterior etc)<br>

  • First Aid Stations. (monthly inspection, upkeep, records, location)<br>

  • PPE/Safety equipment. (Check to ensure safety equipment is available for all hanger equipment)

  • Fire extinguishers annually inspected. (location, charged, monthly inspection)<br>

  • Eye wash stations. (monthly inspections, current)<br>

  • Documentation access

  • Maintenance documentation storage

  • Removed components Tags

  • Flammable material storage acceptable. (Explosion proof cabinet(s))

  • ESD Bench

  • Other documentation.<br>(Site maps, exit signs, safety posters/warnings, and no smoking signs)<br>

  • Fuel spill kits complete and present.<br>

  • Hoist rated and certified.<br>

  • Ground Wire Connection (last report)(performer certification)

  • Facilities Plant IAW with MOE

  • Maintenance suport equipment

  • Space delimitation

Componente Maintenance Area

  • Documentation access and update

  • Component indification

  • Maintenance suport equipment

  • Area conditions(lights, temperature and humidity)

  • Authorizations for Component Maintenance

  • Tooling control and calibrations

  • Study of needed tolling for scope

Planing Production

  • Total number of temporary contracted staff employed (if applicable)

  • Does the contractor have sufficient number of qualified staff to support the planned workload?

  • Is there sufficient oversight to ensure the work is done properly to the standard required?

  • Are procedures in place for EAA to be updated to ensure control of parts removed/installed?

  • Office accommodation available for tech records, planning, tech publications?

  • Are all work recorded in legible, complete and up-to-date manner?<br>Stamp legibility.<br>Reference to approved data.

  • Is the work planned to ensure safe completion?<br>Tasks & shift consider HP limitations.<br>Availability of personnel, tools, equipment, facilities, parts, data as required by 145.

  • Shift change record

  • Is the procedure for use of alternative tooling specified in the MOE an followed?

  • Occurrence report for maintenance data

  • Lost tools procedure maintenance

  • Study of needed tolling for scope


  • Incoming inspection - Is the procedure for acceptance of components followed?<br>Receipt inspection.

  • Office accommodation available for tech records, planning, tech publications.

  • Training in ata 300

  • Material and components identification - Are components classified as per a procedures that meets 145 requirements?<br>Serviceable with EASA F1 or equivalent.<br>Unserviceable<br>Unsalveagable<br>Standard parts - conformity traceable to standard<br>Material - traceable to spec.

  • Storage conditions (Humidity and temperature control) - Storage conditions meet the requirements of 145?<br>As per manufacture recommendations.<br>Segregation<br>Shelf life control<br>Protective packaging<br>Handling prevents damage (ESD)

  • ESD bench

  • Whells rotation

  • Quarantine stores present, organized and Secured.<br>(Ensure items in quarantine are tagged properly)<br>

  • Serviceable Area

  • Unserviceable Area

  • Flammable material storage acceptable. (Explosion proof cabinet(s))

  • MSDS and Hazardous material data sheets

  • Are unsalveagble components mutilated as per GM1 145.A.4(c)(I)?

  • Are dangerous goods packaged and handled correctly.<br>Check staff knowledge / training.

Tools Storage and Control

  • Listing of tools stored and in use.

  • Control of expedition and acceptance of tools

  • Control of calibration

  • Control of GSE

  • Inspections to GSE

  • General tools/hardware cabinets organized and clean.<br>(Certification Traceability, PO# available)<br>

  • Equipment markings and condition acceptable.<br>

  • Lost tools procedure in storage

  • Are tools and equipment available to perform the scope of work?

  • Tools bench

  • Restricted access

Quality Department

  • Internal authorization process

  • Training qualification for Certifying Staff - FTS, EWIS & HF(Training recurrence 36 months)

  • Last competent authority audit

  • Report System and actions

  • Safety risks and mitigations implemented

  • See leadership meeting

  • Acountable manager feedback

  • Compliance with requirements updates (Sistema de Despacho)

  • Sub-contracting and contracting the work to a 3rd party.<br>Does the contract specify the conditions for sub-contracting tasks to a third party (approved or not)? <br>Has any sub-contracting been approved by EAA if required?<br>Are the sub-contracted suppliers used listed in the MOE? (Welding)

  • Is competence controlled to the standard required by 145?<br>Review applicable procedures.

  • Experience recency is current?<br>6 months in 2 years(180 tasks or 100 days).<br>Recorded as per procedure.

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