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DATEATTACHMENT 168300.10 CHG XX

ii.

Total years of experience and the type of maintenance work performed.

iii.

Past relevant employment with names of employers and periods of employment.

iv.

Scope of present employment.

v.

The type of mechanic or repairman certificate held and the ratings on that certificate, if applicable.

vi.

Within 5 business days of the change, the rosters required by § 145.161 must reflect changes caused by termination, reassignment, change in duties or scope of assignment, or addition of personnel.

NOTE:  It is appropriate for a repair station to develop a combination roster.  It could include initials, signatures, stamp numbers, certificate numbers, or any other information used to designate the authority of inspection or supervisory personnel.  It could also list persons that can sign/stamp off work documents or approve articles for return to service.

C.

Analyze Findings.  Upon completion of the inspection, record all deficiencies; determine the appropriate corrective action(s).

D.Conduct Debriefing.  Brief the certificate holder on the inspection results.  Discuss any deficiencies and possible corrective actions.

7.

TASK OUTCOMES.

A.

Complete PTRS.

B. Complete the Task.  Competition of this task will result in the following:

Send a letter to the operator documenting all deficiencies

Initiate an Enforcement Investigation Report (EIR) if necessary

C. Document Task.  File all supporting paperwork in the certificate holder’s office file.  Update the Vital Information Subsystem (VIS) as required.

9.

FUTURE ACTIVITIES.  Schedule and conduct follow up inspections as applicable.

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