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Safety Performance Analysis System (SPAS), Repair Station Analytical Model (RSAM)

Vital Information Subsystem. (VIS)

CHDO office file


Conducting the Inspection.  Repair station oversight is accomplished using an enhanced baseline surveillance, whereby the PTRS 3650 and 5650 are divided into 14 individual PTRS codes.  This will provide a more comprehensive surveillance plan for repair stations, and ensure that all aspects of part 145 repair station operations are considered.  The baseline surveillance is initiated by opening the PTRS activity code 3650/5650, which generates the following 14 required activity codes described in the following volume 3 chapters:

Chapter 82 (3604/5604) Certificate Requirements

Chapter 83 (3605/5605) Records Systems

Chapter 84 (3660/5660) Manuals

Chapter 85 (3657/5657 Housing and Facilities.

Chapter 86 (3658/5658) Tools and Equipment

Chapter 87 (3656/5656) Technical data

Chapter 88 (3608/5608) Quality Control.

Chapter 89 (3601/5601) Parts and Materials

Chapter 90 (3659/5659) Personnel Record

Chapter 92 Training (3661/5661) Training

Chapter 93 (3654/5654) Maintenance Process

Chapter 94 (3606/5606) Work Away from Station

Chapter 95 (3663/5363) Contract Maintenance

Chapter 96 (3618/5618) Air Carrier and Air Operator Requirements

(1)These 14 chapters constitute a complete repair station inspection.

(2)All generated activity codes that are applicable to the repair station must be completed and closed before the 3650/5650 PTRS record may be closed.  The 3650/5650 would be the required “R” item from the inspector’s work program.

(3)Using a System Safety based approach; the PI can plan additional focused inspections according to the risk level identified in each element.  The SPAS is the organization’s primary source of comprehensive, integrated safety information that is used by inspectors, analysts, and managers in developing and adjusting field surveillance, investigation, and other oversight programs.  SPAS interfaces with key fielded oversight programs (such as ATOS, SEP, and the NPG), as well as other government and industry sources, collecting raw performance and operational data, analyzing and summarizing the data, and providing critical information in the form of graphs, tables, and reports.  These SPAS outputs are then used to (1) identify safety hazard and risk areas; (2) target inspection efforts for repair stations, and to areas of greatest risk; and (3) monitor the effectiveness of targeted oversight actions.  SPAS repair station profile and RSAM are available for use. This data provides additional information on performance and risk associated with individual repair station facilities.

NOTE:  Each chapter can be accomplished as an individual inspection; these may be from the results of risk analysis, a work program requirement, or a surveillance effort.  When completing a focused inspection on one of the 14 areas the PTRS code for that element will be used and not a 3650/5650.

C.Analyze Findings:  Evaluate all deficiencies to determine if corrective actions will be required.

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

Vol. 3

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