• Audit Number

  • Department/ Center

  • Conducted on

  • Auditor/s

  • Regulator/s

Product Information

  • AUDITORS NOTE: The checklist comments must contain sufficient information so that anyone reading it will clearly understand why the question received a compliant or non-compliant answer.
    The audit was carried out by observing elements of the task and interviews with individuals in the work area.

  • Product Description

  • Product Part Number/ Registered Number

  • Work Order Number

  • Authorisation Category

145.A.10 Scope<br>

  • This section of the regulation is not applicable to a product audit.

145.A.15 Application for an organisation certificate

  • This section of the regulation describes the process for applying for a new or extended approval and is not applicable to a product audit.

145.A.20 Terms of Approval

  • 1. Is the product or process being audited included in the TAI-MOE/Capability List?

  • 2. Check the Work Package maintenance instructions are traceable back to the Customer Purchase Order /Customer Reference Manual and reflects the customer requirement i.e; Workscope, Modification/Service Bulletins etc.

145.A.25 Facility requirements

  • 1. Is the work environment in compliance with the requirements detailed in the AMM/ CMM (heat, humidity etc) and suitable for the planned work.

  • 2. Are the relevant ESD protection in date and checked, eg: <br> Wrist strap in use and log up to date. Bench checks up to date. Mat clean and undamaged.

  • 3. Is there adequate light to perform inspections?

  • 4. Is the workshop adequately clean and tidy to prevent the ingress of dirt and moisture?

145.A.30 Personnel Requirements

  • 1. Is there a member of staff accountable for the work area?

  • 2. Is the responsibility delegated appropriately as per the MOE?

  • 3. Are all members of staff aware of their role, job function and any delegated responsibilities they may hold?

145.A.35 Certifying staff and support staff

  • 1. Check the certifying staff is working within the scope of their maintenance authorisation verify staff awareness and access to on-line approval certificate.

  • 2. Check that training records are available up to date and support the scope of the certifier’s authorisation. <br> Recurrent Training/ Human factors/ SMS/ ect. where applicable.

  • 3. Are any/all non certifying staff working on the job appropriately approved ?

  • 4. Are any/all non certifying staff working on the job or in the work area receiving adequate supervision from certifying staff?

145.A.40 Equipment, tools and materials

  • 1. Ensure that tooling, fixtures and test equipment specified in the approved data are available, identified, controlled and where applicable the equipment displays a current calibration label.

  • 2. Are all tools and test equipment adequately stored, marked and available?

  • 3. Check processes are in place for the approval of any alternate tooling being used in lieu of OEM specified tooling.

145.A.42 Components

  • 1. Check part numbers of the parts replaced or software revisions align with the affectivity of the applicable approved data.

  • 2. Sample parts that are replaced and do traceability check to the originating Authorised Release Certificate or CofC (Standard parts).

  • 3. Check new parts and products packaging/storage requirements are being complied with, including any special storage requirements and shelf life control. Pay particular attention to any on shop spares and consumable materials.

145.A.45 Maintenance data

  • 1. Is all approved data (AMM, CMM, SPM, SB, etc) available and current for the product or process being audited? Record AMM/CMM Chapter, Revision and Date.

  • 2. Sample conformance with maintenance instructions i.e; Cleaning, Disassembly, Testing, Repairs Software revisions, Inspection criteria, NDT method/standard etc.

  • 3. Is a preliminary inspection and pretest carried out in accordance with the approved data and TAI work instructions?

  • 4. Has final test been accomplished in accordance with the approved maintenance data.

  • 5. Is the data in the maintenance document comprehensive and sufficient for any tasks?

  • 6. Are the tasks understood by the technicians carrying out the maintenance task?

  • 7. Are the tasks appropriately closed on the PENTAGON system when the work is completed.

  • 8. Are any warnings or cautions in the AMM/CMM adhered to?

145.A.47 Production planning

  • 1. Is there sufficient time and resources allocated to the safe completion of the required tasks?

145.A.50 Certification of maintenance

  • 1. Is the Authorised Release Certificate completed correctly and in accordance with the customers certification requirements.

145.A.55 Recordkeeping

  • 1. Check all the Parts, Materials and Consumable Products used during maintenance have been recorded in the Job Card (eg P/N, S/N, location fitted and Batch no)

  • 2. Are the text and stamp impressions on the job card sufficiently legible to allow archiving by scanning?

  • 3. Check completed stages of maintenance are supported with progressive certification on the Job Card documentation including; NDT Reports, Parts used and Modifications etc.

  • 4. Is any additional paperwork attached to the work pack and adequately controlled?

  • 5. If Modifications have been implemented, have they been approved by the customer and have they been recorded on the Form 1 and in PENTAGON.

145.A.60 Occurrence reporting

  • 1. Is the department/center subject to an investigation?

  • 2. Is the technician aware of the status of the department/ center and how next to proceed?

  • 3. Check the awareness of the defect reporting system (CAAT Aviation Safety Occurrence Reporting System)

145.A.65 Maintenance procedures

  • 1. Have any removed or unserviceable parts been disposed of in accordance with TAI procedures?

  • 2. Are staff able to access relevant procedures

  • 3. Has the history of the unit been checked and any previous information taken into account in this repair?

  • 4.Inspect any serviceable parts removed to ensure they are correctly stored and blanked to prevent damage and deterioration.

  • 5. Is the Component correctly packaged and labelled for transport/storage as per the CMM and dangerous goods requirements.

145.A.70 Maintenance organisation exposition

  • 1. Is the technician aware of the MOE and where it can be located?

  • 2. Are any specific Health and Safety risks mitigated using appropriate control measures?

  • 3. Are these risks covered by 'top risks' or a task specific risk assessment?

  • 4. Is any necessary PPE in use?

  • 5. Check symbol for any hazard/measures info required.

145.A.75 Privileges of the organisation

  • 1. Have any parts been repaired using either approved or in-approved subcontractors and have the relevant documents been supplied to the technician to allow them to determine if the part is eligible for fitment to the department/ center?

145.A.85 Changes to the organisation

  • 1. Does the MOE accurately describe the facility being used and have any recent changes been reported to quality for inclusion in the MOE as required?

145.A.90 Continued validity

  • This section of the regulation states how an approval remains valid, or may be surrendered or revoked. There is no applicability to a product audit.

145.A.95 Findings

  • This section of the regulation is not applicable to a product audit.

145.A.140 Access

  • This section of the regulation is not applicable to a product audit.


  • This section of the regulation is not applicable to a product audit.

145A.200 Management system

  • This section of the regulation is not applicable to a product audit.

145.A.202 Internal safety reporting scheme

  • This section of the regulation is not applicable to a product audit.

145.A.205 Contracting and subcontracting

  • This section of the regulation is not applicable to a product audit.

House Keeping Standards

  • House Keeping Standards

  • 1. Are general housekeeping standards being maintained?

  • 2. Tools and equipment stored in designated areas?

  • 3. Spares segregated and controlled?

  • 4. Chemicals stored in flammable cupboard and correctly controlled?

  • 5. Are floor areas unobstructed?

  • 6. Is the work area appropriately clean?

  • 7. Is access to controlled areas appropriately controlled?



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TAI-FM-145 Product Audit Check List, Rev.01, Effective Date: 06/06/2022

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