DATEATTACHMENT 228300.10 CHG XX
(3)Using a system safety facility approach, the PI can plan additional focused inspections according to the risk level identified in each element.
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.
Analyze Findings. Evaluate all deficiencies to determine if corrective actions will be required.
Conduct Debriefing. Brief the certificate holder on the inspection results. Discuss any deficiencies and possible corrective actions.
NOTE: This is very important. For this inspection, the PI must close out the PTRS record with the following statement in block 4! This is to certify that the ”R” item issued for this repair station inspection “3650/5650” has been completed.
A. Due to the complexity of this new PTRS requirement, we have built in the capability of transferring one or more of the mandatory 14 items to another FSDO/CMO. However if this has been done, it is the responsibility of the transferring PI to contact the transferee’s office to verify that the transferred PTRS has been closed.
B. Complete PTRS.
C. Complete the Task. Competition of this task will result in the following:
Send a letter to the operator documenting all deficiencies
Initiate an Enforcement Inspection Report (EIR) if necessary
D. 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.