8300.10 CHG XXATTACHMENT 7DATE
SECTION 2. PROCEDURES
1. PREREQUISITES AND COORDINATION REQUIREMENTS.
Knowledge of the regulatory requirements of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) parts 43, 121, 125, 135, and 145, as applicable
Successful completion of the Airworthiness Inspectors Indoctrination Course or previous equivalent
B. Coordination. This task must be coordinated between an Airworthiness ASI and the operator.
3. REFERENCES, FORMS, AND JOB AIDS.
Process specifications, if applicable
Applicable maintenance manuals
FAA Form 8110-3, Designated Engineering Representative Data Approval
FAA Form 337, Major Repair and Alteration
C. Job Aids. None.
A. Prepare for the Inspection. Accomplish the following:
(1) Identify the process/task to be inspected.
(2) Identify those documents, which will verify the use of approved or accepted data, materials, tools etc.
(3) Inform the appropriate personnel as to what particular process/task will be observed during the inspection.
(4) Verify the inspection criteria to be
NOTE: During this inspection, pay particular attention to any deviations from approved data or procedures. (DO NOT LET THEM CONTINUE).
B. Perform the Inspection. The following steps are to serve as a guide on performing a process/task inspection. Certain steps may not be appropriate, depending on the complexity of the repair station or operator. Inspect/review the following, as applicable:
(1) Work instructions, to verify the following:
(a) That work instructions have been prepared for all processes.
(b) That work instructions reflect the technical data contained in appropriate maintenance manuals or other approved documents.
(c) That work instructions define accept/reject criteria, required tools, test equipment, inspection equipment, details of method of inspection to be performed, and tolerance limits, as applicable.
(d) That work instructions denote and detail the function to be performed, sequence of operations, and inspection points to verify proper handling of products from one station to another through all phases.
(e) That revisions to work instructions have been approved, controlled, and documented.
(f) That traceability is maintained for the completion of all operations.
(2) Inspection instructions, to verify the following:
(a) That inspection records, indicating the number of inspections made, conformance or nonconformance, and the action when the product is nonconforming, are maintained.
(b) That when required, reinspections/retests are performed following additional