• What do the regulatory requirements say is the primary reason for issuing a the CRS

  • A certificate of release to service shall be issued by appropriately authorised certifying staff on behalf of the organisation when it has been verified that all maintenance ordered has been properly carried out by the organisation in accordance with the procedures specified in point 145.A.70, taking into account the availability and use of the maintenance data specified in point 145.A.45 and that there are no non-compliances which are known to endanger flight safety.

  • Procedures - Where can you find details regarding Release to Service procedures at BAMC?

  • MOE 2.16, DPR 14, GPR 3.8, GPR 3.9, GQL 1.6

  • Can the candidate demonstrate appropriate Licence privileges, recency and competence?

  • What are the typical checks and balances required prior to the issuance of a CRS?

  • Check routine and defect master control sheets to ensure audit process has been carried out. Verify by a random sample of routine and defect cards.
    Close works order on SAP system via transaction ‘review and clear work pack’
    Check completion of planning statement
    Check condition of Tech Log and that a statement stating check type carried out iaw customers list of work has been entered.
    Check clearance of CCR’s – No a/c holes to exist!
    Ensure an environment is established demonstrating an appropriate degree of calm and control with respect to aircraft departure activities
    Has a B1 B2 walkaround been conducted?

  • What other checks might you consider?

  • CTL/PC Lead handovers. Audit sample of cards. Check certification of major tasks etc

  • What is your primary function as a CRS holder and how does that correlate to your CTL role?

  • Ensure there is a clear understanding regarding the distinct roles so that neither role may be compromised

  • What work can a single sig CRS holder certify for?

  • GPR 3.8 states: The nominated Primary and Secondary CRS signatory are permitted to exercise their full B1/B2 privileges when working the aircraft during additional overtime hours, or for short durations on an occasional, not continuous basis, due to unplanned certifier absences and as long as they can demonstrate that they have ‘check managed’ the input from the Production Control office for the majority of the inputs duration. I.e. the nominated Primary and Secondary CRS signatories specifically cannot sign the CRS to release the aircraft if they have worked the aircraft as a single zonal Team Leader for the majority of the duration of the input

  • What information is included on the PL00176 Form – CRS Statement?

  • Provide a copy of the CRS form and discuss.

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