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8300.10 CHG XXATTACHMENT 13DATE

(b)

Revisions – Does the user know that the manual has been revised and what content was changed? Do personnel verify the currency of individual disks before use?

(c)

For additional guidance reference Volume 3, Chapter 83, Inspect Repair Station’s Records System.

(5)The controlled documents are distributed in accordance with the RSM/QCM, to include distribution, accountability and availability.

(6)All technical data: (e.g., operator’s ICA, manufacturer’s maintenance manuals or type certificate holder’s continuous airworthiness data), used by the repair station is retained in English.  This is to include all alteration records, log book entries, return to service records, or any other maintenance or inspection record entries that demonstrate compliance with the requirements of 14 CFR §§ 43.9 or 43.11.

(d)

The FAA recognizes the national language of the country where the repair station is located.  The repair station may convert technical data (e.g., operator’s ICA, manufacturer’s maintenance manuals, or type certificate holder’s continuous airworthiness data) into the national language.  Internal documents, such as work cards, work sheets and shop travelers, may be produced and maintained in the national language.  Dual language (English / national language) internal documents are acceptable.

(e)

All technical data translated into the national language and used to meet the requirements of part 43 is current and accurate in translation.

NOTE:  Customers who wish to receive English language copies of any internal documents such as those listed above, should address that requirement in their contractual agreement.

NOTE:  The repair station must establish procedures in its RSM/QCM that ensure that its English-language copy of technical data and any internal documents developed from this technical data are current and complete.  The English-language copy of the technical data should be retained at the main base of the repair station and must be made available to the FAA

upon request.

NOTE: Repair stations that are associated with or part of a production approval holder facility often use the manufacturer’s drawings and data to perform maintenance.  This data may not meet the requirements of § 43.13(a). These facilities should also be cautioned that the parts manufactured by the production side of the facility cannot be used by the repair station unless the parts are FAA-approved through a Parts Manufacturer Authorization (PMA), Technical Standard Order (TSO), Type Certification (TC), or other means.

(c) Repair stations that are associated with or part of a production approval holder facility often use the manufacturer’s drawings and data to perform maintenance.  This data may not meet the requirements of § 43.13(a).  It is as advisable to caution these repair stations that parts manufactured by the production side of the facility must be FAA-approved through a Parts Manufacturer Authorization (PMA), Technical Standard Order (TSO), Type Certification (TC), or other means.

C.Analyze Findings.  Upon completion of the inspection, record all deficiencies; determine the appropriate corrective action(s).

D.Conduct Debriefing.  Brief the certificate holder on the inspection results.  Discuss any deficiencies and possible corrective actions.

7. TASK OUTCOMES.

A. Complete PTRS.

B. Complete the Task. Competition of this task will result in the following:

Send letter to the operator confirming result of the inspection

Build an Enforcement Investigation Report (EIR) as necessary

C.

Document Task.  File all supporting paperwork in the certificate holder’s office file.  Update the Vital Information Sub system (VIS) as required.

Vol. 3

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