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DATEATTACHMENT 238300.10 CHG OIG

SECTION 2.  PROCEDURES

1.  PREREQUISITES AND COORDINATION REQUIREMENTS.

A.  Prerequisites:

Knowledge of the regulatory requirements of parts 145

Successful completion of the certification and surveillance of part 145 Repair Stations Course Number 21058

Experience with the involved operation

B.  Coordination.  This task requires coordination between the CHDO and the Flight Standards Regional Division Office.

3.  REFERENCES, FORMS, AND JOB AIDS.

A.  References:

Parts 145

B.  Forms.  None.

C.  Job Aids.  None.

5. CHDO RESPONSIBILITIES AND PROCEDURES.

A.  Regional Coordination.

(1) Before a Labor Dispute, Strike, or Bankruptcy.  When a determination is made that a labor dispute, strike, or bankruptcy is expected, the CHDO should:

(a) Immediately inform the Flight Standards Regional Division Office.

(b) Report the extent of any possible work stoppage or interruption in operations.

(c) Report any tentative modifications to the surveillance plan during the labor dispute, strike, or bankruptcy.

(d) Report any operational safety concern.

(2) During a Labor Dispute, Strike, or Bankruptcy.  When the labor dispute, strike, or bankruptcy occurs, the CHDO should:

(a) Immediately inform the Flight Standards Regional Division Office.

(b) Coordinate with the operator regarding its business plan (see paragraph 5B).

(c) Modify and coordinate the surveillance plan with the Flight Standards Regional Division Office (see paragraph 5C).

(d) Assess any resource needs and communicate these needs to the regional office.

(e) Continually advise the regional office of any newsworthy events or significant developments.

(f) Assess what safety elements may be compromised.

NOTE: Once the labor dispute, strike, or bankruptcy occurs, both the operator and the CHDO should work proactively and in partnership to implement and execute the business and surveillance plans.  The operator and CHDO should discuss any significant safety-related findings either generated through the repair station’s own internal tracking and oversight programs or the FAA surveillance activities.

B.  Repair Stations Plan.  When an operator faces financial difficulties (e.g., pending bankruptcy), the operator should develop and submit a business plan that outlines operational impacts and management initiatives.

(1) Meet with the Repair Stations Accountable Management.  The CHDO should schedule a meeting to brief the repair stations key

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