DATEATTACHMENT 38300.10 CHG XX
SECTION 2. PROCEDURES
1. PREREQUISITES AND COORDINATION REQUIREMENTS.
Knowledge of C.A.S.E. Program/Manual
NOTE: ASIs directly involved in evaluating and surveillance of air carriers using C.A.S.E. might benefit from observing C.A.S.E. training , which is provided two times each year. ASI’s in need of this should coordinate with the C.A.S.E. Program Manager in AFS-300 through their supervisors. Funding will be provided at the local level at the office manager’s discretion.
Knowledge of the regulatory requirements of 14 CFR part 121 or 135, as applicable
Completion of the Airworthiness Inspectors Indoctrination course(s) or equivalent
(Recommended) Completion of the Continuing Analysis and Surveillance System Course 25712
B. Coordination. The PMI should coordinate with the PAI on the evaluation of the air carrier’s C.A.S.E. process.
C. Objective. To determine if the certificate holder’s C.A.S.E. related policies and procedures meet all applicable requirements of 14 CFR, FAA policies, and the C.A.S.E. Manual.
3. References, Forms, and Job Aids.
14 CFR parts 121 and 135, as applicable
FAA Order 8300.10, Airworthiness Inspector’s Handbook, volume 1, chapter 3
Current copy of C.A.S.E., air carrier section policy and procedures manual
Copy of certificate holder’s manual that contain C.A.S.E. policy and procedures
AC 120-79, Developing and Implementing a Continuing Analysis and Surveillance System chapter 5
B. Forms. None.
C. Job Aids/Data Collection Tools:
A. Application. Existing air carriers should apply for C.A.S.E. authorization (OpSpecs D090) using applicable guidance contained in Order 8300.10, Volume 1, Chapter 3, The General Process for Approval and Acceptance. Air carrier applicants should use the certification process to request C.A.S.E. authorization. At the time of application, the certificate holder should present the following to the PI:
(1) Proof of C.A.S.E. sustaining memberships.
(2) Proof of employment of C.A.S.E. certified Level III Auditor or Level IV Evaluator.
(3) Proof of appropriate air carrier training provided to Level III Auditor or Level IV Evaluator.
(4) Proof of air carrier representative to C.A.S.E.
(5) Proof of C.A.S.E. required procedures in the air carrier’s manual.
(6) List of C.A.S.E. allocated audits assigned to the air carrier and their completion dates. New substantial members may not be initially assigned allocated audits.
(7) Proof of air carrier representative air carrier self audit using CACS-6 Air Carrier Evaluation Report.
(8) List of any C.A.S.E. deviations or exemptions issued to the air carrier.