Audit schedule

AUDIT SCHEDULE
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Station overview

STATION OVERVIEW
Type of station

Total Number Staff certifying BA or customer aircraft:

Total Number of non-certifying Staff on Station (excluding admin staff) :

Aircraft type handled

Scope of work checked with MOE / CAME

Transits per week:

Night stops per week :

Is manpower plan adequate for scope of work? [ref 145.A.47(a)]

Are tools/spares adequate for scope of work? [ref 145.A.47(a)]

Sample Station movement / activity log / daily shift handover if applicable [ref 145.A.47(c)]

List of customers supported by BA's 145 organisation at station

List of 3rd parties supporting BA at station

Last ASA completed correctly by an authorised staff, and findings verified and signed as closed? [ref 145.A.65(c)]

Line station audit

Facilities [145.A.25, M.A.605]

Are facilities at line station compliant with 145.A.25/M.A.605 requirements? [ref 145.A.25(a), (b), (c), (d) and M.A.605 (a), (b), (c)]

Office facilities available and adequate?

Storage facilities available and adequate?

Adequate protection from weather elements?

Adequate segregation of serviceable and unserviceable components?

Components stored iaw manufacturers instructions (e.g. Control of temperature and humidity)?

Adequate segregation of aircraft and non-aircraft components?

Secure and accessible by authorised staff only?

Maintenance personnel on station [145.A.30, 145.A.35, M.A.202, M.A.607, M.A.609]

Add sampled certifying staff

Sampled certifying staff

Staff number

Authorisations held, review SAP PA20 screen, Licence and PER records

Sample PER book for recency on type held (6 months in 2 years) [ref 145.A.35(c) and M.A.607(c)]

Sampled staff up to date with continuation training? [ref 145.A.30(e), 145.A.35(d) and M.A.607(c)]

Sampled staff up to date with Read and Sign? [ref 145.A.35(d)]

Sample certifying staff able to identify authorisations scope and limitations [ref 145.A.35(a), (b), (d) and M.A.607(a), (b), (c)]

Sample staff on how to report a lost tool [ref 145.A.65(a) and M.A.202(c)]

AMM task sampled?

Task sampled

Was staff able to access applicable maintenance data? [ref 145.A.30(e) and M.A.609]

Was staff able to prove he is appropriately authorised to sign for the task? (if applicable) [ref 145.A.30(e) and M.A.607(c)]

Tools and Equipment on station [145.A.40 and M.A.608]

Personal / zonal tool control - cross examination [ref 145.A.40(a) and M.A.608(b)]

Add sampled equipment/tool (e.g. Lifting jacks, wheel dollys, oxygen/nitrogen trolleys, torque wrench, platforms etc.)

Sampled equipment

Equipment description

Equipment number

Sample equipment for serviceability, storage conditions, calibration, decals and maintenance records where applicable [ref 145.A.40(a), (b) and M.A.608(a), (b)]

Materials and spares on station [145.A.25, 145.A.40, 145.A.42, 145.A.50, M.A.501, M.A.608]

Review stock availability on SAP using MB52 to ensure all items ( EXP, ROT and RT ) are correctly recorded in EWS. Alternatively, if storage if parts is contracted to an agency, review stock availability and control of parts relevant to level of input at station. [ref 145.A.40(a), 145.A.42(a) and M.A.501(d)]

Sample materials for identification, segregation, housekeeping standards and shelf life control [ref 145.A.25(d) 145.A.42(a) and M.A.608(c)]

Add sampled release documentation

Sampled component

Component part number

Component batch number

Component release documentation available and compliant? [ref 145.A.42(b) and M.A.501(a)]

Maintenance records on station [145.A.50, 145.A.55, M.A.305, M.A.403, M.A.606, M.A.612 and M.A.614]

Tech / cabin log storage and retention compliant? [ref 145.A.55(c), M.A.305(f) and M.A.614(c)]

Sample tech / cabin log records from last 3 months

Tech / cabin log pages sampled

Sufficient reference to maintenance data? [ref 145.A.55(c), M.A.305(d) and M.A.614(b), (c)]

Defect coding correct? [ref 145.A.50(c) and M.A.403(d)]

ADD correctly coded and raised/reassessed? [ref 145.A50(d), (f) and M.A.403(d)]

Tech log certified by appropriately authorised staff? [ref 145.A.50(a), (b), M.A.606(a) and M.A.612]

BA docs and procs [145.A.65, M.A.202 and M.A.401]

ATP listing at station up to date and available? [ref 145.A.70(b) and M.A.401(b)]

Sample ebasis knowledge and recent report raised at station [ref 145.A.60(b), (d), (e) and M.A.202(c)]

Sample Single Event Authorisations if applicable [ref 145.A.55(e)]

Customer Handled by British Airways [145.A.45, 145.A.55]

Customer handled by BA at station?

Add customer operator sampled

Sampled operator

Name of operator

Check Customer(s) technical procedures training has been provided and recorded on station [ref 145.A.35(d)]

Sample station compliance with customer's read & sign requirements [ref 145.A.35(d)]

Sample customer's ATP listing at station [ref 145.A.45(a) and (g)]

Sample customer tech log storage and retention [ref 145.A.55(c)]

Sample Customer Tech Log copies from last 3 months and confirm actioned iaw customers Procedures [ref 145.A.50(a), (b), (c), (d) and (f)]

Sample control and segregation of aircraft components for use on customer aircraft [ref 145.A.25(d)]

Contracted maintenance organisations [M.A.306, M.A.708]

Are external 145 organisations contracted to work at the line station?

Add contracted maintenance organisation

Sampled organisation

Name of contracted maintenance organisation

Check that copy of the signed contract available. Ensure contract includes all aircraft types. MA-LM-0-4-WI.5

For companies certifying under their EASA 145, ensure the contracted organisation quote their EASA 145 approval number

Services provided complies with contract

Ensure a list of all agency Engineers authorized to work BA aircraft, including non certifying, is available and that they are aware of their limitations

Sample tech log records completed by contracted maintenance organisation

Sample contracted organisation's ATP listing

Sample contracted organisation's certifying staff training records

Sample contracted organisation's certifying staff knowledge of BA docs and procs

Sample Certifying Engineers capability to access and navigate BA Technical Publications

Sample contracted organisation's tech news process

Are there subcontractors at the station certifying under ba's 145 approval?

Add subcontracted organisation

Sampled Subcontractor

For companies certifying under British Airways authorization individuals hold current BA scope of Approval / Authorisation Certificate (QU-Q-3-10 Contract Staff.....For Base and Line maintenance refers)

For companies certifying under British Airways authorization Individuals Line Manager / Quality department hold copies of Authorisation

Ensure a copy of QU-X649 Subcontract Line Maintenance Audit Checklist and QU-X825 Subcontract Aircraft Maintenance Approval Checklist are filed on station and Line Administration Support Group.

Aircraft Taxi Approval Endorsement, refer to QU-Q-8-2.

Do any station staff taxi aircraft?

Do station staff that taxi aircraft hold the relevant approval in SAP, as per QU-Q-8-2?

Do station staff that taxi aircraft hold an Aircraft Taxi Approval Certificate and Record Card, QU-X836, as per QU-Q-8-2?

Is there a 'Daily record' kept on the station that details Station taxi manoeuvres, as per QU-Q-8-2?

De - Icing Operations

Is the station deemed a cold weather station?

Check that the last Winter Readiness Review has been carried out iaw MA-LM-0-3-WI.11, i.e. Ground Operations shall ensure that a review is carried out of each cold weather station DAQCP audit and findings.

Check start of season fluid sample X622 has been carried out I.a.w MA-LM-0-3-WI.11 and ADAM

Check that Winterwise training for the current season has been carried out and recorded. ADAM

Observe turnround at station

List of sampled turnrounds

Turnround

Aircraft registration

Flight no.

Ground handling company

Turnround compliant?

Aircraft chocked?

Appropriate PPE worn by all staff?

Was walkround inspection completed?

Tech log sampled?

Fuel sample completed?

Ground equipment serviceable and calibrated?

No unmarked aircraft damage?

FAA special conditions

Are FAA special conditions applicable to this audit?

1) List of effective pages

2) Amendment Procedures

3) Introduction

Accountable Manager’s Statement
4a) Does the FAA supplement contain a signed and dated statement by the current accountable Manager that obligates the maintenance organisation to comply with the supplement?

Accountable Manager’s Statement
4b) Has the current revision to the supplement been approved or accepted by the AA in accordance with EASA Part-145?

Extent of Approval:
5a) Do a sample audit of the capabilities list to verify it does not exceed the FAA rating on the FAA certificate (i. e., ensure that a component added to a power plant rating is not an airframe component, etc.)?

Extent of Approval:
5b) If the AMO facility has an approved electronic record keeping system, does it have an OpSpec A025?

Extent of Approval:
5c) If not previously submitted, has the AMO submitted a letter certifying its employees responsible for transporting dangerous goods have received initial and recurrent training in accordance with ICAO standards?

Summary of its Quality System
6a) Does the FAA supplement contain a statement that the quality system includes auditing of FAA Special Conditions at each location covered under its FAA certificate?

Approval for Return To Service (RTS): For Aircraft:
7a) Does the AMO follow the RTS procedures contained in the supplement for the return to service of a U.S.-registered aircraft? Including procedures for providing the Operator with any additional documentation they require?

Approval for Return To Service (RTS): For Components:
7b) Does the AMO follow the RTS procedures contained in the supplement for the return to service of components using an EASA Form 1 with a dual release as applicable?

Service Difficulty Reports and Suspected Unapproved Parts:
8a) Does the AMO have procedures for reporting to the FAA failures, malfunctions, or defects on articles installed on U.S.aeronautical products?

Service Difficulty Reports and Suspected Unapproved Parts:
8b) If required, has the AMO submitted a Service Difficulty Report, or its equivalent, to the FAA within the time frame specified in EASA Part-145 in the English language?

Service Difficulty Reports and Suspected Unapproved Parts:
8c) Does the AMO have procedures to file SUP reports in the English language to the FAA?

Service Difficulty Reports and Suspected Unapproved Parts:
8d) If required, has the AMO submitted SUP reports to the FAA in accordance with procedures contained in the supplement?

Additional Fixed Locations & Line Stations Authorization:
9a) Additional Fixed Locations (OpSpec A101):
i) Does the AMO operate additional locations under its FAA certificate within the countries listed in Annex 2, Appendix 2?
1) Does the FAA OpSpec contain the address and airport identifier for each additional location?
2) Is each location under the Quality Assurance System (QAS) of the AMO?
3) Does the QAS include FAA Special Conditions for each location?

Additional Fixed Locations & Line Stations Authorization:
9b) Line stations (OpSpec D107):
i) Does the AA authorize line stations under one certificate?
1) Do the FAA Operations Specifications contain a current list of each line station that performs maintenance on U.S.-registered aircraft containing the address and airport identifier? iaw OPS Spec D107.
2) Has the AMO completed QAS audits of each location listed on its FAA operations Specifications within the time frame required by EASA Part-145?

Work away from station (OpSpec D100):
10a) Does the AMO have AA-approved procedures for conducting work away from the repair station principal base of operation to ensure compliance with the FAA supplement?

Work away from station (OpSpec D100):
10b) Does the AMO have FAA-issued Operations Specifications paragraph D100 for work away from station privileges?

Work away from station (OpSpec D100):
10c) Has the AMO exercised the work away from station privileges since its last renewal?

Work away from station (OpSpec D100):
10d) Did the AMO follow the FAA supplement when performing this work?

Contracting:
11a) Has the AMO provided contracting maintenance function information on its application for FAA certification FAA Form 8310-3 (block 4)?

Contracting:
11b) The FAA recognises EASA Part-145 requirements for the MOE to contain a list of all contractors utilized by the AMO. Does the AMO identify contractors used for U.S.- registered products?

Contracting:
11c) Does the AMO list of contractors contain the name, address,and FAA certificate number (if certificated) of each contractor listed in the MOE?

Contracting:
11d) Does the AMO have procedures for Qualifying and Auditing contractors?

Contracting:
11e) Has the AMO conducted QAS audits of each of its contractors since its last renewal?
i) Has the AMO taken corrective action on findings resulting from the audits?
ii) Has the AMO’s QAS record keeping system provided the AA with enough information to demonstrate the contractors are in compliance with the FAA supplement?

Major Repairs and Major Alterations:
12a) Does the supplement have a procedure to ensure major repairs and major alterations/modifications are accomplished in accordance with data approved by the FAA?

Major Repairs and Major Alterations:
12b) Are the procedures followed?

Major Repairs and Major Alterations:
12c) Does the AMO provide the U.S. customers with copies of the appropriate maintenance records in English as required by the customers work order?

Compliance with U.S. Air Carrier Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) or 14 CFR part 125 Operator inspection program. (RII)
13a) Has the AMO performed any work for air carriers or commercial operators?

Compliance with U.S. Air Carrier Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) or 14 CFR part 125 Operator inspection program. (RII)
13b) Has the U.S. Air Carrier provided the AMO with an authorisation to use their
maintenance procedures in lieu of the CAMP program?

Compliance with U.S. Air Carrier Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) or 14 CFR part 125 Operator inspection program. (RII)
13c) Does the AMO accomplish the aircraft inspection and work in accordance with the Air Carrier Manual?

Compliance with U.S. Air Carrier Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) or 14 CFR part 125 Operator inspection program. (RII)
13d) Has the Air Carrier provided training and RII authorizations to the appropriate AMO staff?

Compliance with U.S. Air Carrier Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) or 14 CFR part 125 Operator inspection program. (RII)
13e) Does the Repair Station have a current copy of the appropriate sections of the Air Carriers manual that describes their procedures for RII (duplicate inspections) if authorised?

Compliance with U.S. Air Carrier Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) or 14 CFR part 125 Operator inspection program. (RII)
13f) Are the procedures followed?

Compliance with U.S. Air Carrier Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) or 14 CFR part 125 Operator inspection program. (RII)
13g) Are the individuals performing RII functions trained, qualified and authorized by the Air
Carrier (letter of authorisation by the Air Carrier is required)?

Compliance with U.S. Air Carrier Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) or 14 CFR part 125 Operator inspection program. (RII)
13h) Does the Repair Station maintain a current listing of persons who have been trained,
qualified and authorized to conduct Required Inspections (RII)?

Compliance with U.S. Air Carrier Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) or 14 CFR part 125 Operator inspection program. (RII)
13i) Are RII inspection personnel separated from the maintenance task?

Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manuals:
14a) Does the AMO follow the FAA supplement procedures to ensure compliance with the manufacturer’s maintenance manuals, or Instructions for continued airworthiness (ICA) and handling of deviations?

Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manuals:
14b) Does the AMO receive written approval from the Operator when deviating from the manufacturer’s manual or ICA?

Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manuals:
14c) Procedures to ensure that all current and applicable Ads published by the FAA are available to maintenance personnel at the time the work is being performed?

Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manuals:
14d) Are the procedures followed?

Personnel English Language Requirements:
15a) Does the AMO have procedures to ensure that the following personnel can read, write,and understand the English language?
i) Those approving an aeronautical product for return to service; and.
ii) Those responsible for the supervision or final inspection of work on a U.S.- registered aircraft or article to be installed on a U.S.-registered aircraft

Personnel English Language Requirements:
15b) Are the procedures followed?

16. Repair Station Holds valid FAA Repair Station Certificate and can demonstrate a need for EASA approval.

17. Repair Station has appropriate Covered Hangers for Base Maintenance of Aircraft.

18. EASA and FAA allowed access to Repair Station to inspect for continued compliance with 14 CFR part 145 and Special Conditions

19. Is there a procedure for the repair station to ensure that the FAA-approved initial and recurrent training program and any revision thereto includes human factors training.

20. Does the repair station have procedures for reporting unairworthy conditions as required by EASA Part-145.A.60 on civil aeronautical products to the EASA, aircraft design organization, and the customer or operator.

Dangerous Goods

Y.01.1 Have maintenance stores/engineering staff received dangerous goods training commensurate with their responsibilities iaw Table 1.5.A? For engineers, only DG awareness is required.

Y.01.2 Are training records for DG held for minimum of 3 years from most recent training completion date?

Y.01.3 Is there a Security Plan for the transport of high consequence dangerous goods? (Corporate DG manual complies if auditing BA)

Y.01.4 Are aircraft spares and consumables that are dangerous goods identified as such and how?

Y.01.5 How are aircraft spares and consumables that are dangerous goods identified as such after being removed from the aircraft and how are these items consigned in compliance with the IATA DG regulations?

Y.01.6 Are operator's stores acceptance staff able to adequately identify and detect dangerous goods present in all consignments?

Y.01.7 Is there a CAA "are your spares dangerous" poster in the stores area?

Y.01.16 Does BA ensure that all staff who require dangerous goods training receive initial and recurrent training at intervals of not longer than 2 years? CDGM Ch2 Para 4 refers.

Does BA Engineering handle the shipment of DG?

Y.01.8 Are all DG aircraft spares and replacement items for transport properly identified?

Y.01.9 Are all DG aircraft spares and replacement items for transport properly classified?

Y.01.10 Are all DG aircraft spares and replacement items for transport properly packed?

Y.01.11 Are all DG aircraft spares and replacement items for transport properly marked?

Y.01.12 Are aircraft spares and replacement items for transport properly labelled?

Y.01.13 Are aircraft spares and replacement items for transport properly documented?

Y.01.14 Are dangerous goods consignments subjected to an acceptance check and included on the NOTOC?

Y.01.15 Is the current issue of IATA DG held and addendums available?

Adhoc questions
Adhoc question

Question text / reference

Compliant?

Additional comments/observations

Overall housekeeping standards (1-excellent, 3-average, 5-unacceptable)
Audit host openess in audit (1-open and honest 2-reserved 3-defensive)
Station manager proactiveness (1-very proactive 2-proactive 3-not proactive)

Additional notes required?

Auditor's notes

Auditor's additional photographic evidence
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