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Essential elements of the system, as outlined in the SAI, must be validated though collection and recording of objective evidence that the system is properly designed and well managed. The objective is to evaluate the effectiveness of the certificate holder’s system. Collection and recording of objective evidence will assist in determining whether the system is properly designed and well managed.
(3) 135 (10 or More): Open PTRS Data Sheets for each outsource maintenance facility inspection performed by the CHDO team. Comments concerning the method of inspection used by the air carrier or operator, and any other possible findings identified during the inspection process, should be recorded in section IV of the PTRS Data Sheet.
(4) Non-ATOS 121: Inspectors accomplishing the SAI will record information that they deem to be essential under activity code 3617 or 5617 in the PTRS in accordance with standards of the PTRS procedures manual (PPM). Records of inspections should provide
clear, objective, factual statements of what was observed and which area in the SAI was evaluated. Inspectors will record information that supports conclusions (positive or negative) about the system in the PTRS “Comments” section. Comments associated with “No” answers to DCT questions will include the question number at the beginning of the comment narrative.
(5)ATOS CMTs: Inspectors will record SAI information in accordance with 8400.10 Appendix 6 and the ATOS Automation Users Guide.
9.FUTURE ACTIVITIES. Continuous Monitoring. The process of risk management is Continuous and goes hand in hand with the air carrier’s Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP). The certificate holder must continuously update its programs and allocate its resources and activities to meet changes in its operating environment. Inspectors must emphasize this continuing responsibility to air carrier management personnel.