DATEATTACHMENT 58300.10 CHG XX
(1)Is the size of the maintenance provider’s quality assurance (QA) department adequate for the work intended?
(2)Is the air carrier’s oversight of the maintenance provider adequate?
(3)Review of the air carriers CASS audits and/or Reliability reports (if applicable) of the maintenance provider to ensure discrepancies are corrected and the maintenance provider exhibits the ability to use the air carriers’ CASS/reliability reporting system;
(4)Available documentation and recordkeeping of QA activities;
(5)Available engineering and analytical personnel;
(6)Information technology (IT) resources for data collection and analysis specified in the air carrier’s program;
(7)Special emphasis will be placed on maintenance providers’ compliance with all provisions of the air carrier’s maintenance instructions, training of maintenance personnel, and the air carrier’s onsite management and oversight of maintenance activities performed by contractors to include QA and required inspection item (RII) personnel; and
(8)Evaluate the maintenance provider’s in-process inspection per 8300.10, Airworthiness Inspector’s Handbook, volume 3, chapter 8, of the work performed by the maintenance provider for the air carrier to ensure that the work performed, from the time it was received until it is returned to service, is performed in accordance with the air carriers CAMP.