• Audit Title

  • Document No.

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Follow up from previous audits

  • Review findings and/or actions from previous audits. Has CA and PA been actioned.

  • Review open QINs. Have due dates been renegotiated as required.

OP100 Workshop Standard Practices

  • Records: Validate that all required signatures are entered and QC / QI checks are assigned where required.<br>

  • Manuals: All manuals must be traceable to the authorized master publications listing. Validate using the publication reference number

  • Where required have publications had an annual page check.<br><br>Are publications in good order without unapproved markings or entries.

  • Validate PMI <br>a. Identified with a unique serial number<br>b. TAE calibration label attached<br>c. Managed and stored in an appropriate manner

  • Validate aeronautical product, parts, materials are adequately protected to prevent damage, blanked, tagged and stored appropriately.<br><br>Check quarantine items for correct segregation and tagging

OP130 Rectification of defects found during maintenance

  • Review defects raised<br><br>Review wording of U/S's and recertification to ensure that the process is traceable

OP135 Independent Maintenance Inspections

  • Review IMI entries for compliance. Check PSR's of staff to verify authoristion.

OP140 FOC and damage prevention

  • Validate FOC measures in place

OP145 Tools and equipment

  • Check that lifting equipment and maintenance tooling is serviceable and identified.

  • Check electrical equipment for regular inspections

  • Is all equipment maintained in a serviceable condition. Is there evidence of regular servicing and/or inspections

OP150 Tool control

  • Inspect CTK's and effective tool control being used. Validate CTK'S tagging and condition.

  • Verify calibration status of controlled tools

  • Review CTK log books or clearance sheets

OP300 maintenance records, documentation and data control

  • Review signatory requirements have been met.<br><br>Validate that a specimen signature has been entered on the OF505.<br><br>Validate that maintenance documentation is signed and up to date

  • Verify that staff have signed in one capacity only for each separate and unrelated maintenance task performed

  • Review the DTG for each completed step in sampled work packages. Ensure the time between signatures is IAW OP300 .

  • Have IMI's been identified and completed satisfactorily.

  • Has all other relevant additional technical information been annotated on the OF505

  • Has calibrated tooling and any consumables been annotated on the OF505

  • Verify that the record of changes on the OF508 has a reference to the line of operation

QP134 Authorised Inspection Signatory Requirements

  • Verify that any 'UDS' or 'EIE' has been entered and signed correctly

  • Check work sheets to verify that they have been signed progressively

  • Review any parts of the work record deemed as 'Signing not required' for correct action

  • Are work sheets free of erased entries.

MP518 Shelf life control

  • Verify that all product in use or available to be used is within its shelf life.

  • Review the latest shelf life report from the Materials manager.

  • Verify that all consumable product is labeled and identified with a SAP label

QI203 PSR Management

  • Review a random sample of PSR's and check for accuracy and completeness.


  • Are staff wearing appropriate PPE

  • Are work areas clean and tidy.<br><br>

  • Is 5S activity ongoing.

  • Are first aiders and emergency wardens identified

  • Are emergency exits clearly identified and unobstructed

  • Are evacuation assembly areas identified

Audit Summary

Quality Improvement Notices

Audit approval

  • Auditor

  • Audit reviewer

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