This section provides step-by-step details on how to complete the RMP for any certificate holder. The following work instructions are designed to guide the completion of the blocks of the RMW by PIs or a designated person.
Any member of the certificate management team can identify hazards. The emphasis should be on identifying systemic hazards versus isolated findings. Hazards can be identified by reviewing the Repair Station Data Package, the Repair Station Assessment Tool, PI observations, the performance history and/or other historical data.
Once a hazard has been identified, an RMW is opened and the process begins.
NOTE: Before opening a new RMW, check to see if the hazard can be incorporated into another hazard already being addressed.
Certificate Holder Designator
1. The designator of the certificate holder that this hazard is associated with.
2. The PI will either complete the RMW or assign the task to a designated person. Enter the following onto the Worksheet:
Name of the person assigned to complete the worksheet
Office for that person
Phone number of that person
Section 1: Hazard Identification (What’s wrong?)
3. Follow the local procedures to record a tracking number for the worksheet.
4. A hazard is defined as a, “condition or circumstance that could lead to or contribute to an unplanned or undesired event.” Write a description of the hazard in a narrative format that includes the relevant facts such as who, what, how often, and where. The descriptive information will be used later to evaluate the effectiveness of action taken to mitigate the risk associated with the hazard.