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(9)  Proof that the air carrier has been audited by the C.A.S.E. Membership Committee as a condition of membership approval.

B.  Review and Evaluation.  The PI should initially review and evaluate the air carrier’s manual and verify that the air carrier has a process for:

(1)  Validating that the C.A.S.E. audit, performed to the 1-A Standard, accounts for all aspects of the air carrier’s inspection, maintenance, and alterations programs including future revisions to those programs.

(2)  Ensuring compliance with the regulatory requirements of 121.373(a) or 135.431(a), as applicable, for the analysis of C.A.S.E. audit results (data) and the determination of the effectiveness of the air carrier’s program including the correction of discrepancies.

(3)  Ensuring that their manual contains the C.A.S.E. minimum requirements contained in the C.A.S.E. Manual, chapter 2-2-0, and that they are not contrary to the air carrier’s manual.

(4)  Justifying a request for a C.A.S.E. deviation or exemption and informing the PI of any deviations or exemptions issued by C.A.S.E. to the air carrier.

(5)  Immediately notifying the PI should the air carrier cease to maintain a sustaining membership to C.A.S.E. or loose the required auditor/evaluator.

(6)  Ensuring that it maintains an active role in the C.A.S.E. organization as defined in the C.A.S.E. Manual.

(7)  Tracking and completing C.A.S.E. allocated audits within the C.A.S.E. established time limits.

(8)  Ensuring that the air carrier’s C.A.S.E. representative performs periodic self audits using the CACS-6 Air Carrier Evaluation Report.

(9)  Ensuring the use of the C.A.S.E. 1-A Standard and checklist when performing C.A.S.E. audits.

(10)  Notifying the FAA if a safety of flight finding is discovered during an audit.

(11)  Ensuring its C.A.S.E. auditors/evaluators maintain recurrent C.A.S.E. training.

(12)  Ensuring its C.A.S.E. auditors/evaluators are kept current on changes in the air carrier’s inspection, maintenance, and alteration programs.

(13)  Maintaining records of C.A.S.E. audits as required by C.A.S.E.

(14)  Ensuring its C.A.S.E. Manual is kept current and that the C.A.S.E. representative and C.A.S.E. auditors or evaluators are made aware of revisions to the Manual.

(15)  Keeping current the copy of the C.A.S.E. Manual if issued to the PMI.

(16)  Identifying that the air carrier has primary responsibility for C.A.S.E. activities performed for it to include surveillance and the airworthiness of parts and material processed through any C.A.S.E. approved vendor or contractor approved for use by the certificate holder and for services rendered to the certificate holder.

(17)  Maintaining the connection to the C.A.S.E. computer system with the appropriate hardware and software.

(18)  Ensuring that the C.A.S.E. representative attends C.A.S.E. semi-annual conferences.

7.  Task Outcome.  If the air carrier meets applicable regulatory requirements, FAA policy, and C.A.S.E. program requirements, the PI will issue OpSpec  D090.  If the air carrier does not meet these requirements, the PI should issue a letter denying the authorization and include the reasons for denial.  Complete a PTRS report documenting activity associated with the approval or denial of the C.A.S.E. authorization.

9.  Future Activities.  Normal surveillance.

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