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information to the repair stations accountable management.
(c) The PI will debrief the repair stations accountable management team.
Discuss negative trends or findings discovered by the surveillance
Discuss possible corrective action(s)
Inform the repair station accountable management team that the PIs will forward an official written notification of findings
Inform the repair station accountable management team to submit a corrective action plan
NOTE: The PIs and the repair station accountable management should agree on time limits for the corrective action plan during the debriefing. Negotiations over time limits can be done later if mitigating circumstances arise.
(4) Follow up Surveillance. Once a corrective action has been completed, the CHDO will schedule periodic follow up surveillance (completed within 6 months) in the areas of the deficiency to determine the effectiveness of the repair stations corrective action.
D. Resumption of Normal Operations After a Labor Dispute, Strike, or Bankruptcy. In some cases, after a repair station emerges from a labor dispute, strike, or bankruptcy, the reduction in operations is followed by rapid expansion. The CHDO should develop a follow up surveillance plan. When monitoring repair stations during periods of growth or major change, the surveillance plan will confirm whether the operator is able to continue operating in compliance with the regulations.
7. REGIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND PROCEDURES.
A. Before a Labor Dispute, Strike, or Potential Bankruptcy. When the CHDO informs the regional office that a labor dispute, strike, or potential bankruptcy is expected, the Flight Standards Regional Division Office should:
(1) Review any tentative modifications to the surveillance plan from the CHDO and work with the CHDO to improve the plan, if necessary;
(2) Determine if the CHDO will need additional resources for the surveillance plan; and
(3) Review any safety concerns.
B. During a Labor Dispute, Strike, or Bankruptcy. When the CHDO informs the regional office that a labor dispute, strike, or bankruptcy is actually occurring, the Flight Standards Regional Division Office should:
(1) Review the CHDO’s modified surveillance plan;
(2) Allocate any additional resources to the CHDO, as needed;
(3) Coordinate with other Flight Standards Regional Division Office;.
(4) Provide any of the data, assessment, or information that may be useful to the CHDO, as needed; and
(5) Review any safety concerns.
(6) Currently SPAS does not offer financial information. Therefore, managers, ASIs, and analysts are advised to contact Flight Standards Analytical I Information Center (FSAIC) for financial information.
9. FUTURE ACTIVITIES. The CHDO should:
A. (Task outcomes may vary). Schedule and accomplish follow up surveillance(s) (completed within 6 months) specific to the areas in which the repair station accountable