When the user has limited access to other sources of information and guidance while performing a procedure, enough detail should be provided to make the user independent of other sources of information. At least one portion of the operators general manual should be reviewed annually, and the entire general manual should be reviewed over a period of 1 to 3 years depending on the complexity of the operation. A second roller then traps and holds the door-operating bar. Abnormal and emergency checklists, however, do represent procedures. Give them confidence that the maintenance task you performed was done correctly. However, maintenance-related accidents result in a higher likelihood of injury. Consider technology enhancements that improve the transfer of visual information e.
A description of the work performed, date the work was performed and the signature with certificate number and type are always required. Manuals and checklists should be composed in the style of general technical writing. Technique: A method of accomplishing a procedural step or maneuver. It is hopefully obvious that defects found during the inspection must be corrected by appropriate maintenance action. Procedures are to flow in a logical step-by-step sequence.
The annual inspection is acceptable as a 100-hour inspection, but the reverse is not true. To summarize, you use acceptable data for all maintenance except major repairs or major alterations. Sharing of information by the people doing the task. Ensure consistent level of detail in turnover documentation. Lack of adequate shift overlap to provide time to give one-on-one briefings between the teams6. Then read the slides bullets.
A recommendation is not a policy requirement. This requirement does not apply to single pilot operators and those operators granted a deviation from this requirement by paragraph A5 of the operations specifications OpSpecs. A procedure is a set of actions or decisions prescribed to achieve a specified objective. Section 3 contains guidance for the review and evaluation of general operations manuals. For example, the word observe should be used to mean see and take notice of rather than obey and comply.
Failure to perform maintenance and inspections in accordance with approved methods 43. The condition is likely to exist or develop in other productsof the same design. An example of a phase checklist is an after-takeoff checklist. Enter removal and installation of any serialized component replacement parts include part, serial number, and total time in service for that component. Pilot-Not-Flying P-N-F : The pilot who is not controlling the path of the aircraft. The preface page should also contain a statement that emphasizes that the procedures and policies in the user manual are expected to be used by company personnel. However, should that bulletin later become an Airworthiness Directive, then compliance becomes required at that time.
Enter replacement or inspection of any component part with Airworthiness Limitations include part, serial number, and total time in service for that component. Significant terms used in manuals should be defined. In addition, changes to the instructions for continued airworthiness shall be made available to any person required by this chapter to comply with any of those instructions. It is the quickest and easiest way to confirm that your Hartzell manuals are up to date. Where does it say I have to use data? Poor maintenance documentation can be a precursor to aircraft incidents or accidents. Absence of a process to ensure departing personnel havedocumented all tasks accomplished or started. When evaluating manuals and checklists for ease of use and understanding, inspectors should consider the following guidance concerning format and style: A.
In general, manuals and checklists should be easy to use and understand, and in a format that can be easily revised. All or part of a manual may be prepared and maintained in conventional paper format book form or in other forms, such as microfilm or computer-based storage with electronic image. The hydraulic nosewheel steering can sling a towbar with sufficient force to cause serious injury to ground handling personnel. When a flight is long enough to make it practical, inspectors should review these manuals more in depth, particularly those sections that are operationally relevant to the flight in progress. Emergency: When emergency is used to describe a procedure or checklist, it refers to a nonroutine operation in which certain procedures or actions must be taken to protect the crew and the passengers, or the aircraft, from a serious hazard or potential hazard. To avoid obscuring the directive in the background information, the directive must be stated first and then followed with an explanation.
Finishing workers are tired and want to depart facility. A checklist is a physical aid used to overcome the limitations of human memory. The latch turns, thus freeing the door roller. Application Guide is a complete catalog of every approved Hartzell installation sorted by aircraft make and model. It emphasizes the importunateness of proper documentation. The following example consists of subject matter put into a long sentence, which makes it difficult to understand: During gear retraction, the door-operating bar located on the landing gear leg contacts and turns the latch, withdrawing the roller from the slot as a second roller entraps the door-operating bar. A service instruction is product information that also becomes a part of the manufacturer maintenance manual, and therefore compliance with these publications by owners and operators is required.