1. GENERAL INFORMATION

  • 1.1 Is the organization chart in the manual or other documents up-to-date and ready to present?

  • 1.2 Are there a Name and title of managing and supervisory personnel included in manual or other documents and ready to present?

  • 1.3 Is the Authority approved documents are presented to an employee who concerned?

  • 1.4 Is the updated physical description of facilities is included in the manual?

  • 1.5 Are there implemented mandatory systems in accordance with CAAT regulation on repair station approval?

  • 1.6 Other

2. DOCUMENT/ MANUAL CONTROL SYSTEM

  • 2.1 Are the repair station documents registered and controlled?

  • 2.2 Are the documents distributed and maintained?

  • 2.3 Is the revision of records are correctly updated?

  • 2.4 Is there sufficient documentation to use in the maintenance area?

  • 2.5 Other

3. PRODUCTION PLANNING & CONTROL

  • 3.1 Repair station maintains adequate records of all work that is has done, naming the mechanic who performed or supervised the work and inspection of that work

  • 3.2 Repair station must maintain records in enough detail to show the manufacturer, model, type and serial number of aircraft/component, etc.

  • 3.3 Repair stations must maintain in current condition all manufacturer service manuals, instructions and service bulletins that related to the articles that it maintains

  • 3.4 Review of completed worksheet:
    a. Repair station name and number on the form
    b. Work order number
    c. Description of work/corrective action
    d. Maintenance release statement of form
    e. Mechanics/ releasing inspector’s signature/ stamp and date

  • 3.5 Work cards and worksheets timely completed

  • 3.6 DRCs opened appropriately and filled correctly

  • 3.7 Disposition action appropriate for the defect was raised

  • 3.8 Are the work instructions properly authorized? Are the drawings controlled?

  • 3.9 Is the work signed off by an appropriate approval holder, authorized duplicate inspector, independent checker or released signatory?

  • 3.10 Other

4. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AREA

  • 4.1 Are the current approved WIs being followed by maintenance personnel?

  • 4.2 Job card, work card, work order started operating in the area

  • 4.3 Maintenance manual status/ condition in the area

  • 4.4 How to management’s role in FOD prevention? (E.g. use of tool chips and control, tool checks, response to lost tools, training program, etc.)

  • 4.5 Designation of FOD zones/areas (as appropriate), and controlling at each zone/area, increased restrictions/vigilance. Zones may be differentiated based on the level of risk

  • 4.6 Are there housekeeping/cleaning as you go procedures?

  • 4.7 Housekeeping and cleaning as you go procedures shall include timely cleaning activities of areas of the product when generated work debris

  • 4.8 Control of FOD on taxiways, flight line, parking area, aprons and aircraft/ engine run-up areas, and test cell through the use of sweepers, FOD walks, etc

  • 4.9 Use and control of FOD protection devices/ barriers (e.g., caps/plugs, dust covers, intake/ exhaust/ pitot covers, pads, etc.) for open component ports, tubing, lines, ducting, electrical connectors, protection of surfaces/ edges, etc

  • 4.10 Is the FOD program reviewed at least annually?

  • 4.11 Is trending and analysis used to identify types of FOD and problem areas?

  • 4.12 Using the tool to the right jobs

  • 4.13 Maintenance areas clean, light enough to work area

  • 4.14 The chemicals properly storage not left on aircraft, shelf, cabinet, and workbench at the end of the work shift

  • 4.15 Management and monitoring tools are collected or sent at the end of the operation

  • 4.16 Aircraft properly bonded and all ground points in good condition

  • 4.17 Aircraft sharp edges covered, maintenance stands were a good condition and inspection in due date

  • 4.18 Warning sign boards adequate and used

  • 4.19 After any maintenance operation or at the end of the day, the work area and aircraft are free FOD and clean, orderly condition

  • 4.20 Slippery spills on the hangar floor shall be immediately cleaned or covered with absorbent materials

  • 4.21 Is the absorbent material disposed of separately in properly point?

  • 4.22 Drip pans used where POL dripping exists, particularly under engines and aircraft drains

  • 4.23 Power cord, air hoses, and similar equipment coiled properly stored

  • 4.24 Ground operations check for compliance with procedures on work Instructions, maintenance manual:
    - Marshalling Towing
    - Jacking Engine Run
    - Lox Charging
    - Towing
    - Engine Run
    - Fueling/Defueling and etc.

  • 4.25 Person performing the operations in 2.24 are they holding valid permits

  • 4.26 Other

5. SUPPLY STORE/ WAREHOUSE

  • 5.1 Is the air temperature controlled?

  • 5.2 Is the humidity controlled?

  • 5.3 Are the parts in storage properly protected?

  • 5.4 Are the avionics equipment and instruments in storage property protected (moisture and impact)?

  • 5.5 Are the magnetized materials such as radar, RT units properly stored?

  • 5.6 Is there segregation of serviceable units and unserviceable units?

  • 5.7 Are the parts serviceable/unserviceable properly tags?

  • 5.8 Are the flammable/ hazardous materials proper storage, identification, proper disposal?

  • 5.9 Are the shelf-life items within the life due date? Properly labeled/disposed?

  • 5.10 Are the component holding labels properly filled?

  • 5.11 Are the parts removed from aircraft is neatly storage not lying in rain or leak path?

  • 5.12 Are the MSDS available and personnel know the location of the MSDS?

  • 5.13 Other

6. TOOL ROOM, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

  • 6.1 Is there control of all tools?

  • 6.2 Are inventories established?

  • 6.3 Is there accountability and traceability?

  • 6.4 Is the inventory lists detailed enough to identify tool type, location in the toolbox (if applicable), and description of sub-components?

  • 6.5 Is there control and inventory of specialty tools and test equipment?

  • 6.6 Are there lost tool/ item procedures for reporting, searching, documenting and process closing?

  • 6.7 There are no personal tools? Are all tools registered? Are tools marked?

  • 6.8 Is the calibration record available?

  • 6.9 Calibration sticker or marking are available/ legible, tool used within their calibration/ service period

  • 6.10 Are the manuals for test equipment available?

  • 6.11 Is there control of test equipment?

  • 6.12 Are the serviceable/ unserviceable test equipment are properly tagged and segregated?

  • 6.13 Compliance with FOD prevention procedures

  • 6.14 Verify the receiving inspection of the PME whether the calibration results from the CMD meet the MPE criteria or not

  • 6.15 Verify that PME has carried out calibration submissions as described in TAI-WP-022 Precision and Measurement Equipment Controlling

  • 6.16 Did the PME with an error exceed the MPE value used? If used, followed the TAI-WP-022 manual (5.8) or not?

  • 6.17 Other

7. HOUSING AND FACILITIES REQUIREMENTS

  • 7.1 Cleanliness of shop, workbench lighting, adequate working space

  • 7.2 Sufficient fire extinguisher available

  • 7.3 Segregation of serviceable units, unserviceable units, and rejected

  • 7.4 Part properly tagged and protected during disassembly

  • 7.5 Suitable trays, rack, step and stand for segregating complete

  • 7.6 Is the humidity & temperature controlled?

  • 7.7 Empty cans proper usage and storage

  • 7.8 Adequate container for rubbished/ debris? Containers are not overflowing, container housekeeping/cleaning at least once a daily

  • 7.9 Power cord, air hoses, and similar equipment coiled properly

  • 7.10 Other

8. PETROREUM, OIL AND LUBRICANT (POL)/ CHEMICAL AT THE HANGAR

  • 8.1 All containers capped, closed and must be identified

  • 8.2 POL/ CHEMICAL is stored in approved flameproof

  • 8.3 POL/ CHEMICAL is not stored in the parts rack or left on the work stands when personnel finish using them

  • 8.4 No sign of spilled or residual oil in the cabinet

  • 8.5 POL/ CHEMICAL containers and soiled rags disposed of separately and brought to POL/ CHEMICAL point

  • 8.6 POL/ CHEMICAL container is emptied at least once a daily

  • 8.7 Other

9. PETROREUM, OIL AND LUBRICANT (POL)/ CHEMICAL AT THE WASTED HANGAR

  • 9.1 All drums and containers with waste POL/ CHEMICAL must have their contents identified and suitable tag (Reject, Warning ect)

  • 9.2 All drums and containers are in good general condition, no punctures, or any other damage that may cause leakage

  • 9.3 POL/ CHEMICAL document updated whenever the vendor removes the waste from the POL/ CHEMICAL point

  • 9.4 Fire extinguishers available and servicing are current

  • 9.5 No signs of spillage

  • 9.6 Other

  • Refer to concerned WP/ WI or DCMA INST8210.1C (Chapter-5 Ground Operation) for more information

10. FIRE PROTECTION

  • 10.1 Are the fire extinguishers ready for use? (Proper pressure/ hose not broken/ labeled/ no obstruction/ checked)

  • 10.2 Is the alarm system ready for use? (Labeled/ no obstruction/ tested and verified/ responsible person)

  • 10.3 Is the fire exit easily seen and unlocked, with no obstruction, and labeled?

  • 10.4 Are the hazardous/flammable materials not placed on heat sources? sorted storage?

  • 10.5 Is there smoking in the non-smoking area? Is there a cigarette butt in the workplace? Are there safe and labeled areas for smoking?

  • 10.6 Is the emergency plan up-to-date? Have a responsible person passed the training?

  • 10.7 Other

11. WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • 11.1 Walkway, stairs, and floor are in good condition and no obstruction

  • 11.2 Warning sign in maintenance and working area

  • 11.3 Safely storage condition/height does not exceed the specified criteria

  • 11.4 Brightness/lighting is sufficient

  • 11.5 Is the sound level too loud?

  • 11.6 Other

12. CHEMICALS

  • 12.1 Are there leakage preventive measures?

  • 12.2 Are they stored in suitable containers, good condition, and labeled?

  • 12.3 Does the workplace smell of chemical? Is there a control?

  • 12.4 Is there a dust diffusion preventing system?

  • 12.5 Are staff trained on chemical hazards?

  • 12.6 Are there MSDS documents / List of chemicals?

  • 12.7 Other

13. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

  • 13.1 Good condition (not damaged/ ready to use)

  • 13.2 Use of tools (training/ document)

  • 13.3 Is there a storage area?

  • 13.4 Is the condition of the storage area suitable?

  • 13.5 Is there a tool maintenance/ document?

  • 13.6 Is there a maintenance schedule?

  • 13.7 Are there maintenance manuals/training for staff?

  • 13.8 Other

14. FORKLIFT, CRANE, LIFTING MACHINE AND TOW TRUCK

  • 14.1 Forklift, crane and lifting machines are ready to use safely

  • 14.2 Belt, rope, chain and sling inspection before use

  • 14.3 Machine and equipment inspection before use

  • 14.4 Forklift inspection before use

  • 14.5 The staff have been trained

  • 14.6 Other

15. SAFETY EQUIPMENT

  • 15.1 Wear protection equipment that is appropriate for the job

  • 15.2 Good condition and sufficient dust mask

  • 15.3 Good condition and sufficient chemical mask

  • 15.4 Goggles, gloves, and shoes are in good condition and sufficient

  • 15.5 Do employees wear PPE while on the job?

  • 15.6 Are there warning signs?

  • 15.7 Is there an emergency shower & eyewash equipment?

  • 15.8 Ready to use/ inspected/ installed in the appropriate position

  • 15.9 Other

16. MACHINE

  • 16.1 Does the machine have a protection safety guard?

  • 16.2 The wiring area around the machine is in good condition and neatly

  • 16.3 Does the machine have an emergency stop button? Staff knows what is the function of the emergency stop button?

  • 16.4 Has the machine inspected before operation? Are there documents to confirm?

  • 16.5 Is there a warning sign while the machine is in maintenance?

  • 16.6 Other

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