• When one of the sections below cannot be inspected in an exhaustive manner, a sampling of 10% must be carried out and documented. (Provide listing of sampling completed to record occurrence of compliance)

Personnel:

  • AME/apprentice: (Sample at least 10% of the personnel on the base for the following if available)

  • Valid ME-2 cards, AME licenses and MP3 cards available.

  • WHMIS. (required for all employees)

  • Dangerous Goods. (2 year recurrence)

  • Valid First Aid training.

  • Company orientation questionnaire completed in last 3 years.

  • Valid H2S.(required where possibility of working on sites with H2S; every 3 years)

  • Other Training.

Maintenance Facility

Building:

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

  • Eye wash stations. (monthly inspections, current)

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

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

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

  • Emergency shower. (accessible, clean, working if installed)

  • Maintenance office.

  • Review the Current MMA Compliance Report; for overdue of compliance.

  • Hangar floor, workbenches.

  • Electrical System, Lighting.
    (Verify the electrical systems aren’t being over used to create a fire hazard)

  • Compressed gas storage acceptable.
    (Capped, not loose, pressure gauges calibrated and on tool control log)

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

  • Fuel Spill Action Plan Phone list is completed and current.
    (check that the phone #’s are current)

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

  • Labor code books onsite. (library controlled, issued to each base)

  • Canada Labor code part II onsite .

  • Aviation Occupational Safety and Health Regulations onsite.

  • Is the location Base SMS box "green"?

  • Are all raised deficiencies during the Base Self Audit filed in the QA database for actioning?

Stores Area: (Sample at least 10%)

  • Certification and traceability for all aircraft parts.
    (Ensure the tags have the proper certification for the type P/O or W/O number)

  • Shipping/receiving records present and organized.
    (Ensure there are the packing lists used and completed correctly)

  • Dangerous good shipping instructions/supplies available.
    (Ensure the proper Dangerous goods forms are completed and stored for at least 2 years)

  • Hazardous material data sheets available (CSW).
    (Ensure the sheets are current)

  • Do crews have access to all required MSDS sheets on the CSW?

  • Stores shelf life control; AS400 Reports used and required action taken.
    (Reports must be kept for 12 months)

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

  • Ops gear stored neatly and current inspection.
    (Current inspection tag, check tags for the for the current year)

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

Major Equipment

  • Equipment markings and condition acceptable.

  • Hoist rated and certified.

  • Equipment inspection and maintenance records present and current.
    (i.e. Towing equipment, hangar door)

  • Precision tools Listed. (including pool engineers)

  • All required precision tools present.

  • All precision tool calibration current.

  • All tools listed in tool calibration log form CH-36 or on website.

  • Technical library, All required aircraft, engine and regulatory publications present.

  • Aircraft, engine and regulatory publication revision status current.
    (Attach AS400 Library contents report)

  • Tech library self audit completed and current.

Fuel Management

  • Base refueling equipment in good condition.

  • Base fuel system inspection record CH-48; Present and current.

  • Fuel Issue/receipt record and quantity monitoring present and current.
    (Forms CH-47a and 47b)

  • Fuel supplier audit (form CH-60, 12 months requirement).

  • Fuel spill kits complete and present.

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