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(Personnel, Tools and Equipment, Technical Data, Materials, Facilities) or a design issue (Policies, procedures, instructions or information, Controls, Process Measurements, Interfaces). Negative findings should be documented in PTRS and addressed as appropriate as a part of or with an individual risk management action plan specifying future surveillance activities.
17.TARGETING ACTIVITY. The negative responses collected with the 1.x SAI’s and EPIs should be used to initiate action plans. Action plans should be developed in accordance with ATOS or SEP guidance, as appropriate, with focused surveillance and certificate management activities that directly address the issues found.
19.PTRS. Non-ATOS inspectors should use the PTRS record as the official document of negative findings discovered with the accomplishment of the 1.x SAI’s and EPIs. However, it is recommended that the word document without JTIs by downloaded and annotated with both positive and negative comments, with the negative comments imported into a PTRS record.
21.CONTINUOUS MONITORING. The process of risk management is continuous. The certificate holder must continuously update its programs and allocate its resources and activities to meet changes in its operating environment. Principal airworthiness inspectors must emphasize this continuing responsibility to air carrier management personnel.