8300.10 CHG XXATTACHMENT 18DATE
Process Review. The following steps serve as a guide to the PI in performing a process/task inspection. Certain steps may not be appropriate, depending on the complexity of the repair station. Inspect/review the following, as applicable:
Verify Work Instructions:
Have been prepared for all processes.
Reflect the technical data contained in appropriate maintenance manuals or other approved documents.
Define accept/reject criteria, required tools, test equipment, inspection equipment, details of method of inspection to be performed, and tolerance limits, as applicable.
Denote and detail the function to be performed, sequence of operations, and inspection points to ensure proper handling of products from one station to another through all phases.
Revisions have been approved, controlled, and documented.
Traceability is maintained for the completion of all operations.
Inspection records, indicating the number of inspections made, conformance or nonconformance, and the action when the product is nonconforming, are maintained.
When required, reinspection/retests are performed following rework..
Assemblies are inspected for conformity before closure.
All required inspections and tests have been satisfactorily accomplished prior to final acceptance of the completed products/parts.
Personnel performing required inspection items inspections for an air carrier are identified and authorized by the carrier.
Inspection personnel are not exceeding their area of authority.
Internal audits are conducted to verify compliance with FAA-approved or acceptable data, and appropriate procedures.
Personnel are provided with current technical data and changes.
Inapplicable, inappropriate, illegible, or obsolete data is removed from areas of potential use.
Nondestructive inspection (NDI) processes are reviewed for conformance with FAA-approved data.
Process specification changes are submitted to the FAA for evaluation and approval.
Tags, forms, and other documents used are controlled.
Major Repairs and Alterations.
If the task involved is a major repair or major alteration, that FAA-approved data was used to accomplish the task.
Authorized individuals referenced in the operator’s Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) 36 procedures manual have approved SFAR 36 data used for major repairs.
The scope of the SFAR 36 authority has not been exceeded.
The Designated Engineering Representative (DER)-approved data has been documented on FAA Form 8110-3 and the revision level is correct.
The DER is authorized by the residing Aircraft Certification Office to approve the data.