• 1. GENERAL

  • 1.1 Audit/ inspection reparation to determine the scope: Check for significant changes to the management/ organization Check regulatory requirements Check findings from previous audits or any other significant factors Check Compliance Checklist for latest legislation Keep in mind all specific approvals during the audit, such as ETOPS, LVO, RNP (ref. AOC)

  • 2. MOE/ JPM Sub contracted intern written procedures"

  • 2.1 Is the Sub contracted CAM organization use intern written procedures for providing continuing airworthiness management tasks to support the operator?

  • 2.2 How is the implementation/introduction done for the new JPM?

  • 2.3 If the sub contracted CAM organization develops its own procedures than they should be compatible with the NOK procedures and the terms of the contract

  • 3. Facilities

  • 3.1 Could the sub-contracted Continuing Airworthiness Management organization (planning, technical records or quality staff) carry out their designated tasks in a manner that contributes to good standards?
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  • 3.2 Sufficient space available

  • 3.3 Could each task be carried out without undue disturbance?

  • 3.4 Office accommodation should also include an adequate technical library and room for document consultation

  • 4. Personnel requirements

  • 4.1 Is the sub-contracted organization adequate organized to support the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization?

  • 4.2 Is there a written rule for the number and qualification of personal for the amount of work?

  • 4.3 The sub-contracted CA Management organization should have:

  • 4.4 Do the CA engineers have the knowledge of quality systems?

  • 4.5 Which requirement do the CA engineers have

  • 4.6 Do the CA engineers have knowledge of the JPM?

  • 4.7 Do the CA engineers have knowledge of a relevant type(s) of aircraft by gaining a formalized training course?

  • 4.8 Do the CA engineers have knowledge or performed an Initial ETOPS training, Initial EWIS training, Initial FTS training, recurrent HF training?

  • 4.9 Is a training file maintained and available of the trained employees?

  • 4.10 Do the CA engineers have knowledge of maintenance methods?

  • 4.11 Do the CA engineers have knowledge of applicable regulations?

  • 5. Maintenance programme

  • 5.1 OMP/AMP

  • 5.1.1 What is the review period of the OMP/AMP? (reviewed at least annually)

  • 5.1.2 Is the OMP/AMP based on (MRB)? Rev. date

  • 5.1.3 Is the OMP/AMP based on (MPD)? Rev. date

  • 5.1.4 Do you act with Repetitive maintenance tasks derived from modifications and repairs?

  • 5.2 ALI process available

  • 5.3 Approval process

  • 5.3.1 How do you control with LLF parts, HT items, and condition monitoring parts?

  • 5.3.2 Temporary revisions on the OMP and job cards

  • 5.3.3 Is the aircraft maintenance programmes based upon maintenance steering group (MSG)?

  • 5.3.4 What do you do with reliability programme

  • 5.4 Cross-reference OMP to job card

  • 6. Airworthiness directive

  • 6.1 AD program available?

  • 6.2 Process for emergency AD available?

  • 6.3 Approval process

  • 6.4 Does the staff have access to Airworthiness Directives?

  • 6.5 What is the status of the AD's (Sample check)?

  • 7. Modifications and repairs

  • 7.1 SB programme available?

  • 7.2 How do you control the SB process?

  • 7.3 How do you communicate to the operator?

  • 7.4 Approval process?

  • 7.5 Manual (app. Data) update Example: IPC update after modification?

  • 7.6 Repair process available?

  • 7.7 Repair outside the SRM limits

  • 7.8 Repair approval?

  • 7.9 How are the structural repairs managed if there is a repeated inspection required?

  • 7.10 Dent and Buckle chart available? (dent and patches list)

  • 8. Records

  • 8.1 Aircraft continuing airworthiness record system.

  • 8.1.1 Is there an information system on times, dates, cycles etc? (regular base)

  • 8.1.2 Is there an information system on times, dates, cycles etc? (regular base)

  • 8.1.3 Is there a status overview of all service lifelimited aircraft components?

  • 8.1.4 A information system for components Life limited parts (LG, ENGINES)

  • 8.1.5 Is there an overview of the current status of AD’s?

  • 8.2 The AD status overview list should identify

  • 8.2.1 Revision or amendment numbers12

  • 8.2.2 (Not) Applicability to the aircraft or component type.

  • 8.2.3 Date when the AD was accomplished

  • 8.2.4 Controlled by Flight hours, Flight Cycles

  • 8.2.5 Aircraft, Engine, Component total flight hours or cycles.

  • 8.2.6 For repetitive AD’s, only the last application should be recorded in the AD status

  • 8.2.7 The status should also specify which part of a multi-part directive has been accomplished and the method, where a choice is available in the AD.

  • 8.3 The modification and repair overview list should identify:

  • 8.3.1 SB, Repairs list with the substantiating data supporting compliance with the airworthiness requirements. This can be in the form of a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC), SB, Structural Repair Manual (SRM) or similar approved document.

  • 8.4 Aircraft continuing airworthiness record system

  • 8.4.1 What is the retention time for CA record?

  • 8.4.2 Is there a backup system available?

  • 8.4.3 Is the system updated every 24 hours?

  • 8.4.4 Is each computer terminal safeguarded?

  • 8.4.5 Are CA records stored in a safe way with regard to fire, flood, theft and alteration?

  • 8.4.6 Are computer backup discs, tapes etc., stored in a different location from that containing the current working discs, tapes, etc. and in a safe environment?

  • 9. Technical log

  • 9.1 Operators technical log system?

  • 10. Installation

  • 10.1 Component

  • 10.1.1 AAR, EASA FORM 1, CAAT

  • 10.1.2 Component AD status and SB status

  • 11. Documention

  • 11.1 Maintenance data transfer?

  • 11.2 Use of current maintenance data?

  • 11.3 SRM, AMM etc?

  • 12. Quality System

  • 12.1 Are the Continuing Airworthiness Management Tasks adapted in the Quality System?

  • 12.2 Audit Schedule?

  • 12.3 Audit reports, feedback etc

  • 12.4 Other Quality Systems available?

  • 13. Changes

  • 13.1 Are procedure changes in the organizations commutated to the operator?

  • 13.2 Who?

  • 14. Record keepin

  • 14.1 Storage period (limits)?

  • 14.2 Preservation of records?

  • 14.3 Copies or Originals?

  • 14.4 Computer System (backup within 24h)?

  • 14.5 Programme safeguards (for unauthorized personnel to alter the database)?

  • 14.6 The system to keep the continuing airworthiness records should be described in an exposition.

  • 14.7 Optical storage of continuing airworthiness records may be carried out at any time. The records should be as legible as the original record and remain so for the required retention period.

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