Airworthiness Management Camo


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This slide describe continuing airworthiness management organization

Airworthiness Management Camo

  1. 1. CAR M Subpart G CAMO
  2. 2.  Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition (CAME)  Nominated Post-Holders - qualifications and selection  Role of the Accountable Manager  Role of the Continuing Airworthiness Manager (CAM)  Role of the Quality Manager  Use MPD and AMP  Use of MMEL and MEL  Interactive Session  Question and answer Session
  3. 3.  CAMO means a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation; such organisations may be approved for continuing airworthiness management only (Part M subpart G), or have an additional privilege to issue Airworthiness Review Certificates (Part M subpart G and subpart I). 
  4. 4.  CAME is a control document approved by AWO  Prepared on the basis of CAR M M.A. 704
  5. 5.  CAME is divided in six Parts  Part 0 General organisation  Part 1 Continuing airworthiness management procedures  Part 2 Quality system  Part 3 Contracted Maintenance  Part 4 Airworthiness review procedures  Part 5 Appendix
  6. 6.  Statement of Accountable Manager  Scope of Work  Name and title of Post Holder  Organisation chart  List of ARS  Description of location and facilities  Procedures for compliance of CAR
  7. 7.  Exposition amendment procedure  List of AMP
  8. 8.  Accountable manager  Continuing Airworthiness Manager  Quality Manager  All person shall be able to show relevant knowledge, background and appropriate experience related to aircraft continuing airworthiness.
  9. 9.  AM has corporate authority for ensuring that all continuing airworthiness management activities can be financed and carried out.  accountable manager shall be has corporate authority for ensuring that all the operations can be financed and carried out to the standard required for the issue of an air operator's certificate/ Permit
  10. 10.  Airworthiness Manager shall be responsible for the management and supervision of continuing airworthiness activities.  Establishment and development of continuing airworthiness policy  Analysis of the effectiveness of the AMP  The relationship with the Part 145 maintenance contractor
  11. 11.  Ensuring that the Quality System is effective in its application and any follow up actions required to address findings;  Approval of Technical log, AMP,MEL by DGCA and its amendment  Ensuring that technical records are kept as required by Part M.A.305;  Work planning and follow up
  12. 12.  Technical follow up;  Modifications and repairs (changes) are carried out to an approved standard;  Airworthiness Directive review and embodiment;  Non mandatory modification embodiment policy  Rectification of all defects  Line and base maintenance  pilots are duly trained and authorised to issue Certificates of Release to Service  Certificate of Airworthiness for each aeroplane operated by the company remains valid
  13. 13.  Reporting any occurrences of a maintenance nature to the DGCA and the aircraft manufacturers  The amendment and control of this Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition.  Review and implementation, as appropriate, of any additional DGCA requirement 
  14. 14.  QM is nominated with the responsibility of ensuring that the organisation is always in compliance with Subpart G. Quality manager is ultimately responsible to the accountable manager.  Establishing a Quality Monitoring Programme which addresses all of the areas of contracted maintenance support.  Monitoring all sub-contracted activities
  15. 15.  Monitoring compliance with Part M.
  16. 16.  The AMP and any subsequent amendments shall be approved by DGCA  When the continuing airworthiness of the aircraft is managed by CAMO, the AMP and its amendments may be approved through an indirect approval procedure,  Provided the amendments are submitted to DGCA local office at least 15 days before their affectivity and the procedure is documented
  17. 17.  The AMP must establish compliance with:  1. instructions issued by DGCA  2. instructions for continuing airworthiness issued by the TC holder  3.AMP shall contain details, including frequency, of all maintenance to be carried out, including any specific tasks linked to the type and the specificity of operations.
  18. 18.  MEL represents a listing of items of equipment, which may, under certain circumstances be unserviceable  MEL and instructions for its use is contained within the Operations Manual  When a defect has been raised in 'Defects' column of the Technical Log and is deemed to be within the allowance quoted in the MEL then it may be subject to carry forward action
  19. 19.  The entry in the 'Action Taken' column of the Tech log should be annotated 'Defect carried forward in accordance with the MEL reference..... ADD No. ..... raised' this entry may be made by the operating crew or maintenance personnel  The ADD record pages must be suitably annotated with details of the defect and a time limit must be specified (date and time or remaining flight hours and/or cycles).
  20. 20.  No Certificate of Release to Service is to be issued for the carried forward item until the defect has been cleared on a subsequent SRP.
  21. 21.  Where the MEL item has been entered by maintenance personnel, the decision to accept the carried forward item allowed by the MEL/CDL remains the responsibility of the pilot in command. This acceptance of any open deferred items is indicated by his/her signature on the SRP in the 'Captain's Acceptance' space
  22. 22.  The time limit for the defect rectification or “rectification interval” is specified in the MEL in Flight Hours/Cycles/Calendar Time (A,B,C or D) so that the defect rectification may be performed before the specified MMEL limit.