PDF- CAMO, Part MG Cross-reference -Form AW-287 - Maintenance Programme Checklist - CAMO Compliance Checklist

Description

Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist

Organisation Name:

AOC Number:

Approval Number:

(If Applicable)

Address Tel No:

Contact Name:

E Reference: AOC Holder

*Yes / No

Compiled by:

*Yes / No

Reviewed by

SCAA use only

Survey No:

(Commercial Air Transport)

Stand Alone Organisation (Non Commercial Air Transport Aircraft) * Delete as required on application Instructions for completion

When completing this document it is important to make a positive statement showing how the organisation complies with any relevant part of the requirement (column 1) by indicating the CAME or procedure reference in column (2)

if any part is not relevant then N/A should be inserted in column (3)

Column (4) should detail the method of compliance or why the requirement is not applicable,

and should identify the subcontracted organisation and the contract reference for those continuing airworthiness task(s) that are subcontracted to another organisation

Column (5) is for SCAA use only

The term ‘The Owner’ means also ‘The Operator’

The terms ‘Competent Authority’ or ‘Agency’ mean ‘SCAA’

If additional information is required to demonstrate compliance please use the space below or attach an appropriately referenced continuation sheet

When the Compliance Check List has been completed and accepted by the SCAA a copy should be appended to the C

Note: This document includes all requirement paragraphs as published in the Commission Regulation EC 2042/2003,

Some paragraphs are not applicable in Seychelles and are marked accordingly

The Commission Regulation EC 2042/2003,

should be consulted at all times when completing this compliance checklist for details of the Part M Subpart G requirements and associated acceptable means of compliance and guidance material

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist

Additional Information

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist

Requirement (1)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

(b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a),

the approval shall be part of the air operator certificate issued by the competent authority,

(c) The scope of work deemed to constitute the approval shall be specified in the continuing airworthiness management exposition in accordance with point M

A statement signed by the accountable manager to confirm that the organisation will work in accordance with this Part and the exposition at all times,

The organisation's scope of work,

The title(s) and name(s) of person(s) referred to in points M

706(a),

706(c),

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

An organisation chart showing associated chains of responsibility between the person(s) referred to in M

706(c),

A list of M

A general description and location of the facilities,

Procedures specifying how the continuing airworthiness management organisation ensures compliance with this Part,

The continuing airworthiness management exposition amendment procedures

The list of approved aircraft maintenance programmes,

for aircraft not involved in commercial air transport,

the list of “generic” and “baseline” maintenance programmes

(b) The continuing airworthiness management exposition and its amendments shall be approved by the competent authority

(c) Notwithstanding paragraph (b),

minor amendments to the exposition may be approved indirectly through an indirect approval procedure

The indirect approval procedure shall define the minor amendment eligible,

be established by the continuing airworthiness management organisation as part of the exposition and be approved by the competent authority responsible for that continuing airworthiness management organisation

H & I as appropriate

who has corporate authority for ensuring that all continuing airworthiness management activities can be financed and carried out in accordance with this Part

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1) (b) For commercial air transport the paragraph (a) accountable manager shall be the person who also has corporate authority for ensuring that all the operations of the operator can be financed and carried out to the standard required for the issue of an air operator's certificate

(c) A person or group of persons shall be nominated with the responsibility of ensuring that the organisation is always in compliance with this Subpart

Such person(s) shall be ultimately responsible to the accountable manager

(d) For commercial air transport,

the accountable manager shall designate a nominated post holder

This person shall be responsible for the management and supervision of continuing airworthiness activities,

(e) The nominated post holder referred to in paragraph(d) shall not be employed by a Part-145 approved organisation under contract to the operator,

unless specifically agreed by the competent authority

(f) The organisation shall have sufficient appropriately qualified staff for the expected work

(g) All paragraph (c) and (d) persons shall be able to show relevant knowledge,

background and appropriate experience related to aircraft continuing airworthiness

(h) The qualification of all personnel involved in continuing airworthiness management shall be recorded

(i) For organisations extending airworthiness review certificates in accordance with points M

901(f),

the organisation shall nominate persons authorised to do so,

subject to approval by the competent authority

(j) The organisation shall define and keep updated in the continuing airworthiness management exposition the title(s) and name(s) of person(s) referred to in points M

706(a),

706(c),

(k) For large aircraft and for aircraft used in commercial air transport the organisation shall establish and control the competence of all personnel involved in the continuing airworthiness management of,

airworthiness review and or qualify audits in accordance with a procedure and to a standard agreed by the competence authority

 Account should be taken of AMC M

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CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

(a) To be approved to carry out airworthiness reviews,

an approved continuing airworthiness management organisation shall have appropriate airworthiness review staff to issue airworthiness review certificates or recommendations referred to in Subpart I of Section A

For all aircraft used in commercial air transport,

and aircraft above 2 730 kg MTOM,

these staff shall have acquired: (a) at least five years experience in continuing airworthiness,

(b) an appropriate licence in compliance with Annex III (Part66) or a nationally recognized maintenance personnel qualification appropriate to the aircraft category (when Annex III (Part-66) refers to national rules) or an aeronautical degree or equivalent,

(c) formal aeronautical maintenance training,

(d) a position within the approved organisation with appropriate responsibilities

(e) Notwithstanding points “a” to “d”,

the requirement laid down in point M

707(a)1a

For aircraft not used in commercial air transport of 2 730 kg MTOM and below,

these staff shall have acquired: (a) at least three years experience in continuing airworthiness,

(b) an appropriate licence in compliance with Annex III (Part66) or a nationally recognized maintenance personnel qualification appropriate to the aircraft category (when Annex III (Part-66) refers to national rules) or an aeronautical degree or equivalent,

(c) appropriate aeronautical maintenance training,

(d) a position within the approved organisation with appropriate responsibilities

(e) Notwithstanding points “a” to “d”,

the requirement laid down in point M

707(a)2a

’ (b) Airworthiness review staff nominated by the approved continuing airworthiness organisation can only be issued an authorisation by the approved continuing airworthiness organisation when formally accepted by the competent authority after satisfactory completion of an airworthiness review under supervision

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

(c) The organisation shall ensure that aircraft airworthiness review staff can demonstrate appropriate recent continuing airworthiness management experience

(d) Airworthiness review staff shall be identified by listing each person in the continuing airworthiness management exposition together with their airworthiness review authorisation reference

(e) The organisation shall maintain a record of all airworthiness review staff,

which shall include details of any appropriate qualification held together with a summary of relevant continuing airworthiness management experience and training and a copy of the authorisation

This record shall be retained until two years after the airworthiness review staff have left the organisation

A Subpart C

(b) For every aircraft managed,

the approved continuing airworthiness management organisation shall: 1

Develop and control a maintenance programme for the aircraft managed including any applicable reliability programme,

Present the aircraft maintenance programme and its amendments to the competent authority for approval,

unless covered by an indirect approval procedure in accordance with point M

302(c),

and provide a copy of the programme to the owner of aircraft not involved in commercial air transport,

Manage the approval of modification and repairs,

Ensure that all maintenance is carried out in accordance with the approved maintenance programme and released in accordance with M

Subpart H,

Ensure that all applicable airworthiness directives and operational directives with a continuing airworthiness impact are applied,

Ensure that all defects discovered during scheduled maintenance or reported are corrected by an appropriately approved maintenance organisation,

Ensure that the aircraft is taken to an appropriately approved maintenance organisation whenever necessary,

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

Coordinate scheduled maintenance,

the application of airworthiness directives,

the replacement of service life limited parts,

and component inspection to ensure the work is carried out properly,

Manage and archive all continuing airworthiness records and/or operator's technical log

Ensure that the mass and balance statement reflects the current status of the aircraft

(c) In the case of commercial air transport,

when the operator is not appropriately approved to Part-145,

the operator shall establish a written maintenance contract between the operator and a Part-145 approved organisation or another operator,

detailing the functions specified underM

ensuring that all maintenance is ultimately carried out by a Part-145 approved maintenance organisation and defining the support of the quality functions of M

712 (b)

The aircraft base,

scheduled line maintenance and engine maintenance contracts,

shall be approved by the competent authority

However,

An aircraft requiring unscheduled line maintenance,

the contract may be in the form of individual work orders addressed to the Part-145 maintenance organisation

Component maintenance,

the contract as referred to in paragraph (c) may be in the form of individual work orders addressed to the Part-145 maintenance organisation

This data may be provided by the owner or the operator,

subject to an appropriate contract being established with such an owner or operator

In such case,

the continuing airworthiness management organisation only needs to keep such data for the duration of the contract,

except when required by point M

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

(b) For aircraft not involved in commercial air transport,

the approved continuing airworthiness management organisation may develop “baseline” and/or “generic” maintenance programmes in order to allow for the initial approval and/or the extension of the scope of an approval without having the contracts referred to in Appendix I to this Annex (Part M)

These “baseline” and/or “generic” maintenance programmes however do not preclude the need to establish an adequate Aircraft Maintenance Programme in compliance with point M

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

(a) To satisfy the requirement for an M

a full documented review of the aircraft records shall be carried out by the approved continuing airworthiness management organisation in order to be satisfied that: 1

Airframe,

engine and propeller flying hours and associated flight cycles have been properly recorded,

The flight manual is applicable to the aircraft configuration and reflects the latest revision status,

All the maintenance due on the aircraft according to the approved maintenance programme has been carried out,

All known defects have been corrected or,

carried forward in a controlled manner,

All applicable airworthiness directives have been applied and properly registered,

All modifications and repairs applied to the aircraft have been registered and are approved according to Part-21,

All service life limited components installed on the aircraft are properly identified,

registered and have not exceeded their approved service life limit,

All maintenance has been released in accordance with this Part,

The current mass and balance statement reflects the configuration of the aircraft and is valid,

The aircraft complies with the latest revision of its type design approved by the Agency

if required the aircraft holds a noise certificate corresponding to the current configuration of the aircraft in compliance with Part 21 subpart I

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

(b) The approved continuing airworthiness management organisation’s airworthiness review staff shall carry out a physical survey of the aircraft

For this survey,

airworthiness review staff not appropriately qualified to Part-66 shall be assisted by such qualified personnel

(c) Through the physical survey of the aircraft,

the airworthiness review staff shall ensure that: 1

All required markings and placards are properly installed,

The aircraft complies with its approved flight manual,

The aircraft configuration complies with the approved documentation,

No evident defect can be found that has not been addressed according to M

No inconsistencies can be found between the aircraft and the paragraph (a) documented review of records

to allow the physical review to take place during a maintenance check

(f) A copy of any airworthiness review certificate issued or extended for an aircraft shall be sent to the Member State of Registry of that aircraft within 10 days (g) Airworthiness review tasks shall not be sub-contracted

(h) Should the outcome of the airworthiness review be inconclusive,

the competent authority shall be informed

Subpart G of this Annex (Part M) may: 1

manage the continuing airworthiness of non-commercial air transport aircraft as listed on the approval certificate

manage the continuing airworthiness of commercial air transport aircraft when listed both on its approval certificate and on its Air Operator Certificate (AOC)

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1) 3

arrange to carry out limited continuing airworthiness tasks with any contracted organisation,

working under its quality system,

as listed on the approval certificate

under the conditions of point M

901(f),

an airworthiness review certificate that has been issued by the competent authority or by another continuing airworthiness management organisation approved in accordance with Section A,

Subpart G of this Annex (Part M)

(b) An approved continuing airworthiness management organisation registered in one of the Member States may,

be approved to carry out airworthiness reviews referred to in point M

710 and: 1

issue the related airworthiness review certificate and extend it in due time under the conditions of points M

901(e)2

issue a recommendation for the airworthiness review to the competent authority of the Member State of registry

(c) An organisation shall be registered in one of the Member States to be granted the privilege pursuant to paragraph (b)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

it shall establish a quality system and designate a quality manager to monitor compliance with,

procedures required to ensure airworthy aircraft

Compliance monitoring shall include a feedback system to the accountable manager to ensure corrective action as necessary

(b) The quality system shall monitor M

Subpart G activities

It shall at least include the following functions: 1

Monitoring that all M

Subpart G activities are being performed in accordance with the approved procedures,

Monitoring that all contracted maintenance is carried out in accordance with the contract,

Monitoring the continued compliance with the requirements of this Part

(c) The records of these activities shall be stored for at least two years

(d) Where the approved continuing airworthiness management organisation is approved in accordance with another Part,

the quality system may be combined with that required by the other Part

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

(e) In case of commercial air transport the M

Subpart G quality system shall be an integrated part of the operator's quality system

(f) In the case of a small organisation not managing the continuing airworthiness of aircraft used in commercial air transport,

the quality system may be replaced by regular organisational reviews subject to the approval of the competent authority,

except when the organisation issues airworthiness review certificates for aircraft above 2 730 kg MTOM other than balloons

In the case where there is no quality system,

the organisation shall not contract continuing airworthiness management tasks to other parties

the approved continuing airworthiness management organisation shall notify it of any proposal to carry out any of the following changes,

before such changes take place: 1

The name of the organisation

The location of the organisation

Additional locations of the organisation

The accountable manager

Any of the persons specified in M

The facilities,

work scope and staff that could affect the approval

In the case of proposed changes in personnel not known to the management beforehand,

these changes shall be notified at the earliest opportunity  See AMC M

The records required by M

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1) (b) If the continuing airworthiness management organisation has the privilege referred to in point M

711(b),

it shall retain a copy of each airworthiness review certificate and recommendation issued or,

together with all supporting documents

In addition,

the organisation shall retain a copy of any airworthiness review certificate that it has extended under the privilege referred to in point M

711(a)4

(c) If the continuing airworthiness management organisation has the privilege referred to in point M

711(c),

it shall retain a copy of each permit to fly issued in accordance with the provisions of point 21A

(d) The continuing airworthiness management organisation shall retain a copy of all records listed in paragraph (b) until two years after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn from service

(e) The records shall be stored in a manner that ensures protection from damage,

(f) All computer hardware used to ensure backup shall be stored in a different location from that containing the working data in an environment that ensures they remain in good condition

(g) Where continuing airworthiness management of an aircraft is transferred to another organisation or person,

all retained records shall be transferred to the said organisation or person

The time periods prescribed for the retention of records shall continue to apply to the said organisation or person

(h) Where a continuing airworthiness management organisation terminates its operation,

all retained records shall be transferred to the owner of the aircraft  See AMC M

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

NOT APPLICABLE IN SEYCHELLES

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Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Compliance Checklist Requirement (1)

CAME / Proc

N/A (3)

Method of Compliance (4)

Satisfactory Y/N (5)

(a) An approval shall be issued for an unlimited duration

It shall remain valid subject to: 1

the organisation remaining in compliance with this Part,

in accordance with the provisions related to the handling of findings as specified under M

705 and

the competent authority being granted access to the organisation to determine continued compliance with this Part,

the approval not being surrendered or revoked

(b) Upon surrender or revocation,

the approval certificate shall be returned to the competent authority

(b) A level 2 finding is any non-compliance with the Part-M requirements which could lower the safety standard and possibly hazard the flight safety

(c) After receipt of notification of findings according to M

the holder of the continuing airworthiness management organisation approval shall define a corrective action plan and demonstrate corrective action to the satisfaction of the competent authority within a period agreed with this authority

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