INSTRUCTIONS

  • This form is to be used by CAMO Quality Personnel when conducting line maintenance station desktop audits in accordance with procedure CAMO-AUDIT.
    The following information should be compiled and reviewed before completing the audit checklist;-

    For all stations;-
    1. Current Part 145 approval certificate (EASA From 3).
    2. Current approved copy of the MOE.
    3. Sample of 30 recent (within 6 months) arrival sector technical log pages.
    4. eBASIS/AIR GOR/ESR and ASR report showing all event attributed to the station in the past 12 months.
    5. List of SEA's issued for the station in the past 12 months.
    6. The last desktop audit report for the station if applicable.

    For contracted agency suppliers;-
    1. Signed copy of the contract.
    2. Completed CAMO-X006A station inspection report.

    For BA stations;-
    1. Copy of the last ASA.

1 ALL STATIONS (MA 708 (c))

  • Complete this section for all suppliers;- BA and contracted.

  • 1.1 Is the supplier approved for the scope of work undertaken at the station (line maintenance, aircraft and engine types?

  • 1.2 Is the supplier listed on the UK CAA (UK MRO), EASA Foreign 145 list (Non EU 145) or NAA 145 (EU MRO) list of approved 145 organisation?

  • 1.3 Is the location approved for the scope of work in the suppliers MOE?

  • 1.4 Does BA's MOE, Section 5.3 (DIR 10201350) WWLM approved contractor station listing show the correct aircraft type, scope of work and contracted supplier?

  • Conduct a review of 30 arrival sector technical and cabin log pages.

  • 1.5 Are log entries legible?

  • 1.6 Has the proper maintenance action been recorded for the defect reported with reference to approved data as applicable?

  • 1.7 Where ADD has been raised, has the correct MEL been applied including deferral period?

  • 1.8 Where ADD has been raised or reassessed has the correct log fields been completed?

  • 1.9 Has the correct defect code been recorded?

  • 1.10 Is the correct EASA Part 145 approval number recorded?

  • 1.11 Where ground defects have been raised by Engineers is their approval number recorded in the raised by box?

  • 1.12 Are the certification fields completed correctly with the correct date format (DD/MMM/YY)?

  • 1.13 Are there any other technical or cabin log discrepancies identified?

  • 1.14 Record the total number of log discrepancies:

  • Conduct a review of the past 12 months of eBASIS/AIR GOR/ESR and ASR events at risk level B/48-96, C/20-40, D/8-16 and E/1-7. Count the numbers that are reasonably attributed to the supplier at fault.

  • 1.15 Record the number of risk B/48-96 GOR/ESR and ASR's attributed to the supplier at fault. Any observations?

  • 1.16 Record the number of risk C/20-40 GOR/ESR and ASR's attributed to the supplier at fault. Any observations?

  • 1.17 Record the number of risk D/8-16 GOR/ESR and ASR's attributed to the supplier at fault. Any observations?

  • 1.18 Record the number of risk E/1-7 GOR/ESR and ASR's attributed to the supplier at fault. Any observations?

  • Conduct a review of the SEA's issued for the station in the past 12 months.

  • 1.19 Record the number of SEA's issued to the station:

2 CONTRACTED SUPPLIER STATIONS ONLY (MA 708(c))

  • Review the latest copy of the contract and any associated side letters.

  • 2.1 Is the contract signed by both BA and the supplier?

  • 2.2 Is the correct EASA 145 approval number stated in the contract?

  • 2.3 Is the supplier specified on the contract the approved 145 organisation as stated on the Part 145 approval certificate (EASA Form 3)?

  • 2.4 Is the contract an IATA Standard Ground Handling Agreement (SGHA)?

  • 2.5 Is the correct scope of work and aircraft types specified in the contract?

  • 2.6 Does the contract specify the right of BA to conduct audits?

  • 2.7 No other findings relating to the contract or compliance with it?

  • Review the station inspection report (CAMO-X006A) completed by line maintenance manager and assess all observations to determine if any meet the criteria for findings.

3 BA SUPPLIER STATIONS ONLY

  • Review the last LM ASA (MA-X692) completed.

  • 3.1 Has the risk register level 3 findings been updated with the number of X50 findings?

  • 3.2 Has the risk register level 3 REPEAT findings been updated with the number of X50R findings?

FINDINGS

  • Review the Station inspection report (CAMO-X006A) observations for contracted stations and determine if any meet the criteria of findings of non-conformance in addition to this desktop audit.

    Review the last CAMO desktop audit (CAMO-X006B) report to determine any repeat findings.

  • Are there any findings or observations

  • Click here to add a finding.

  • Finding
  • What level is this finding

COMPLETION SIGNOFF

  • The following actions are required on completion of the desktop audit.

  • Desktop audit and findings recorded in AIR.

  • AIR findings assigned to AMM for BA stations and auditor for contracted if applicable.

  • Contracted suppier findings form CAMO-X005 completed and sent to supplier Quality Manager for response if applicable.

  • Line station risk register updated

  • What is the weighted risk score?

  • What is the risk?

  • Sign the station inspection as complete

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