Maintenance and Manufacturing Staff Instructions, MSI 25


Subject: Number: MSI 25
On-the-Job Training Program Revision No: 1
  Number of Pages: 1
File No:  AARP-5009-3-25 Issue Date: December 18, 2000

1. Purpose

1.1 This instruction establishes guidelines for the introduction and implementation of a National On-the-Job Training (OJT) program for Civil Aviation Safety Inspectors - Maintenance and Manufacturing (CASI-MM).

2. Background

2.1 A review of Transport Canada Aviation training policy was directed by the Director General, Civil Aviation (DGCA). The review was a result of the Moshansky Commission of Inquiry, the re-organization of the Airworthiness Branch and the introduction of the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs).

2.2 The review led to the establishment of a Learning Oversight Committee and subsequent Functional Learning Committees (FLC) for each of the disciplines within Civil Aviation. The Maintenance and Manufacturing FLC is composed of members from each region, Learning Services (AARE) and is chaired by the Director, Maintenance and Manufacturing (AARP).

2.3 The Learning Oversight Committee has implemented model Training Profiles for Civil Aviation personnel consisting of the following four phases:

  1. Phase I: Core Training;
  2. Phase II: Enhanced Training;
  3. Phase III: Training
  4. Phase IV: Developmental Training.

2.4 The Core Training phase is the entry level and would be common to all CASI-MM. The objectives are:

  1. to provide basic regulatory knowledge and skills; and
  2. to allow the inspector to function with minimum and progressively reduced supervision.

To accomplish these objectives the Maintenance and Manufacturing FLC decided that the Core Training phase would comprise of two (2) parts. The first would be a formal indoctrination course (now referred to as the M&M Indoctrination Course or MMIC). The second part would be an OJT program in the inspector's home region, controlled by the Regional Manager - Maintenance and/or Manufacturing.

2.5 The OJT program is based on the concept of a "Structured OJT System" which can be defined as:

"The identification of training objectives and the planned process of developing task level expertise by having an experienced qualified employee train a new employee at or near the actual work setting."

To be effective the program objectives must be met within a specified time frame. The recommendation is that this period would commence upon appointment to a position and be completed 18 months from that date.

3. System Description

3.1 The purpose of the OJT program is to encourage the exercising of knowledge and skills acquired during the MMIC, in a controlled setting at the job site. One objective being to provide the inspector trainee with the opportunity to qualify for Ministerial Delegation of Authority (DoA) on completion of the Core Training phase (Please refer to MSI 24 which pertains specifically to the issuance of the Delegation of Authority). Therefore, the DoA schedule applicable to the inspector group is an important source of tasks for the OJT list (G5 for M&M Group Inspectors ). Other sources of tasks were the ARASS Task Manual, Staff Instructions and Policy Letters, existing regional OJT training lists as well as experience and industry developments.

3.2 A basic task statement contains two elements - an action verb and an object noun . The statement "inspect the aircraft" is a good example of a task statement. However, it indicates "what" to do, not "how" to do it. The basic steps necessary to accomplish almost all DoA G5 tasks are found in the ARASS Task Manual Section I.

  1. Tasks are composed of the following groups:
    1. DoA - G5 items that have an ARASS connection or association;
    2. DoA - G5 items without an ARASS connection or association;
    3. Tasks identified in the ARASS Manual that are without a DoA -G5 connection;
    4. Tasks that have neither a DoA - G5 nor an ARASS connection.

3.3 Appendix II (OJT Sign-off) is composed of a transcript of the DoA-G5 task (Group 1) list as it appears in the DoA document, utilizing the same numbering system, and a "Supplementary Task List" composed of all remaining tasks (Group 2, 3 and 4 ) that are numbered starting at 101.

3.4 The supplementary task list is an "open" task list and can be added to, or adjusted to suit region / section specialty needs.

4. Task Assignment

4.1 It is understood that not all tasks listed in the DoA document can be accomplished, or exercised during the Core Training phase. Therefore, the Regional Manager responsible will designate the tasks applicable for each inspector upon entry into the OJT program. (Applicability is indicated on the OJT Task Completion Record in Appendix II)

Information Note:

To qualify for the issue of the Ministers Delegation, completion of the designated / applicable tasks in the DoA document is mandatory (MSI 24 refers). This may be supplemented by the Regional Manager as required. The "credentials" issued to a qualified inspector verifying Ministerial authorization are directly related to those tasks identified in the Ministerial Delegation of Authority Schedule specified for the position. The supplementary tasks compiled in association with the DoA Schedule used in the OJT system are just that - "supplementary" to the Ministerial schedule. The supplementary tasks do not operate to extend, detract or change the authorized schedule.

4.2 When assigning / designating tasks some consideration should be made to classify the tasks in the following manner:

  1. Class 1 - Mandatory / Critical; must be done, no alternative (directly affecting flight safety).
  2. Class 2 - Section sensitive and / or desirable; may vary from section to section.
  3. N/A - If a task is not applicable, the supervisor needs only indicate an "N/A" in the Class column of the Task Completion Record (Appendix II).

5. Task Implementation Methods

5.1 The variability of task contents demands different methods by which command of the task functions can be acquired. Certain tasks lend themselves easily to "show and tell" without affecting any real life scenarios. Others can only be practiced under supervision in a real life situation. It is suggested that one of three (3) methods be applied to the tasks, the supervisor making the choice.

  1. Type A - Observe
  2. Type B - Assist
  3. Type C - Independent / Project

5.2 Observe: No direct involvement. The CASI-MM becomes familiar with the reference material consistent with the position. A general familiarization with active processes such as audits, document issues, inspections and handling communications in the general office process.

5.3 Assist: A measured progressive involvement in tasks; "watch and do" under supervision. Assist senior inspectors during audits, research files for data to support applications, handle some public inquiries.

5.4 Independent / Project: Without direct supervision, process applications to a recommend level. A fair measure of self cognizance. An independent project aside from the daily work schedule, which requires research and reference work.

5.5 Task Repetitions: Current regional OJT check-lists require some tasks to be repeated a set number of times to provide sufficient exposure to ingrain the prime elements of the task. This is a regional choice and should be left to the Regional Managers / Supervisor to set the repetition rate.

5.6 Documentation: To control the system and provide a history of the training for each inspector, a documentation system is proposed. The system award the DoA and make progressive amendments to the DoA as the inspector advances or is moved.

6. Qualification

6.1 Qualification at an earlier date to any element of the system by an inspector can be authorized by the Regional Manager, upon his satisfaction that the task has been mastered, and that the inspector's authorization documents are amended to include this element. Re-qualification for any task that has been affected by an amendment is not required, unless otherwise stated by the Regional Manager.

Applicable to Action / Form Remarks
All Inspectors DoA Record and Certification Form (Annex B - MSI 24) This form is a suggested format for a permanent record of delegations issued to each inspector.
  Open OJT Identification and History Form
(Appendix I)

3. Complete Sections 1 and 2 on the form.

4. Review the current applicable DoA Schedule with the inspector/trainee, indicate the tasks assigned / delegated to the position.

  Open OJT Task Completion Record (Appendix II)

3. Complete tombstone data.

4. Enter assigned / delegated / applicable tasks.

5. Complete Class, Type and Repetition Rate.

Current Inspectors with delegation  

6. Supervisor opens the OJT Identification and History form and from regional files, completes appropriate sections - making a suitable entry in comments section respecting the action.

7. Open a Regional DoA Record and Certification form if not already in use, to define the scope of the current authorized delegation. (Annex B of MSI 24)

8. At this time, if there are tasks for which the inspector has qualified and no record exists, complete the task entry and update DoA Record and Certification form.

9. If there are tasks the supervisor considers to be required, indicate them in the applicability column of the DoA Record and Certification form and discuss with the Inspector the method and expectation of completion.

Change of Position -Authorized Inspector  

10. Supervisor of the new position / location reviews OJT records and establishes which new tasks are needed to fulfill the responsibilities of the new job. Discuss with Inspector method of completing the tasks within a specified time.

11. If the inspector does not have OJT Documentation, it is the supervisors responsibility to establish them as indicated in the current Inspector process above.

Superintendents   It is recommended that each inspector hold a complete set of OJT documents.

7. General

7.1 It is intended that the OJT Documentation (Appendices I and II) in addition to any other records of training become the property of the inspector. The training file should be portable and sufficiently durable to protect it from damage and be easily accessed by the CASI-MM and supervisor. The CASI-MM's copy will be in addition to a copy on his training file. Both copies must be up-dated at the same time.

7.2 A convenient time for all copies of the training records to be updated / reconciled would be during the annual personnel appraisal period. This provides the supervisor with an excellent opportunity to discuss progress and any additional tasks considered necessary.

7.3 The recording of task completion is the responsibility of the person designated by the Regional Manager. Completion is indicated on the OJT Task Completion Record (Appendix II) in the columns titled "Complete", "Witness" and "Supervisor Comments and Signature". The status of the work is then assessed as satisfactory / unsatisfactory. If found unsatisfactory, additional training time can be authorized by the Regional Manager.

7.4 If the designated tasks are completed and the work is considered satisfactory, the OJT designee / supervisor completes section 3 of the OJT Identification and History Form (Appendix I) and submits it to the Regional Manager for his signature and authorization for the issue of Delegation Authority Documents.

7.5 The system is designed to be controlled by the Regional Manager. It is their function to set the scope of the delegation relative to the position, and assign additional supplementary tasks as they require. The process of verifying qualification and issuing authorization also resides with the Regional Manager. Removal or reduction of delegation authority under extreme circumstances, for cause, is also his responsibility.

7.6 It is proposed that the system be reviewed for currency and applicability on an annual basis by the responsible FLC. Changes agreed to at this meeting, including the impact assessment of any amendments or additions to the CARs and the Aeronautics Act would be forwarded to the Regional Managers for action. The Master copy of the OJT Master Task List held by AARP / AARE would also be updated.

8. Effective date

8.1 This instruction comes into effect immediately.

9. HQ Contact

9.1 The responsible officer indicated below may be contacted for information regarding this MSI:

Ronald Rose, AARPC
Aircraft Maintenance & Manufacturing
E-mail: roserb@tc.gc.ca
Phone: (613) 952-4375
Facsimile: (613) 952-3298

D.B. Sherritt
Director,
Maintenance and Manufacturing

Appendix I

Civil Aviation Inspector OJT Identification and History Form
Section 1
Name: PRI No: Date Opened:
Indoctrination Course Completion Date: TOS Date:
Section: Supervisor: OJT Assistant:
Section 2
Delegation of Authority Document No.         Reviewed: 
Yes
 
No
 
OJT Task List issued, applicable DoA Tasks and Supplementary Tasks identified 
Yes
 
No
 
OJT process explained and OJT Assistant identified: Name
Yes
 
No
 
Regional Delegation Form Opened and applicable tasks identified
Yes
 
No
 
Section 3 - OJT Record / History
Date "designated tasks" completed (ref. 4.1 and 7.4 of this document) (Y/M/D):
Status / Comment ( Satisfactory / Unsatisfactory ) _______________
Additional Training required ? _________________________________
DoA for tasks identified in DoA Record and Certification Form authorized this date: _________________________
Regional Manager: ______________________
Comment:_______________________________
________________________________________
Section 4 - Change of Position
Date of Change : New Position:
Additional Delegation and Supplementary Tasks identified and discussed Yes q No q
Status / Comment. : _____________________
Regional Manager
: ____________________________________ Date: (Y/M/D): __________________

 

Inspector:_____________ PRI No.:________________ Section:_______________
Date Opened:__________ Date Completed:_________ Verified by:_____________

 

Task Definition and Completion Details Supervisor
Task no. Authority Reference Details ARASS Task No. & Task Description Class
1/2/NA
Type
A/B/C
Repeats
No. FIN
Complete
Y M D
Witness Signature & Comments
CAR 103
1. .02(1) Notify - owner/operator to make aircraft available for inspection 34D005 - Major
Investigation
34D006 - Minor investigation
34D016 - Suspend or reinstate - Flight Authorities
34D034 - Issue EA Certificate T/CAT
34D035 - Issue EA Certificate VLA/NON T/CAT
34D036 - Issue EA Certificate Gliders, P/Gliders, manned Free Balloons
3DD008 - Investigate and process Service Difficulty Reports (SDR's) and Civil Aviation Defect Occurrence Reports (CADOR)
             
2. .02(2) Demand - person to produce document/record for inspection 31D series audits and inspections as applicable
33D013 - Transport Aircraft Inspection
33D024 - Import of Transport Aircraft
33D038 - Surveillance
33D050 - Import of Non-transport aircraft
33D052 - Ramp Surveillance
34D005 and 06 - Investigations
34D016 - Suspend or reinstate - Flight Authorities
             
3. .04(b) Obtain - paper copies of (computer) records 31D series audits and inspections as applicable
32D007 - Maintenance Schedule approvals
34D005 - Major Investigations
             
4. .06(2) Include - in a notice issued pursuant to 7(1) & (2) of the Act: (a) effective date; (b) conditions; (c) statement about stay 32D043 - Suspend or reinstate Canadian Aviation Documents (CAD's)(3 Employees or less)
32D044 - Suspend or reinstate CAD's (4-10 Employees)
32D045 - Suspend or reinstate CAD's (11-50 Employees)
32D046 - Suspend or reinstate CAD's (51 or more Employees)
34D016 - Suspend or reinstate - Flight Authorities
             
5. .06(3) Include - in a notice issued pursuant to 7.1 (1) & (2) of the Act: (a) effective date; (b) conditions; (c) statement about stay 32D043 - Suspend or reinstate Canadian Aviation Documents(3 Employees or less)
32D044 - Suspend or reinstate CAD's (4-10 Employees)
32D045 - Suspend or reinstate CAD's (11-50 Employees) 32D046 - Suspend or reinstate CAD's (51 or more Empl) 34D16 - Suspend or reinstate - Flight Authorities
             
6. .07 Suspend, cancel, refuse - to renew document when surrendered, illegible, aircraft destroyed / withdrawn, service discontinued 32D043 - Suspend or reinstate Canadian Aviation Documents(3 Employees or less)
32D044 - Suspend or reinstate CAD's (4-10 Employees)
32D045 - Suspend or reinstate CAD's (11-50 Employees)
32D046 - Suspend or reinstate CAD's (51 or more Employees)
34D016 - Suspend or reinstate - Flight Authorities
             
7. .09 Mark, care for and return - to owner anything seized pursuant to 8.7(1)(c) 31D series, audits and inspections as applicable
33D038 - Surveillance Inspections
33D052 - Ramp Surveillance
34D005 - Major Investigation
34D006 - Minor Investigation
34D017 - Flight Permit - Issue and validation
34D028 - 34D030 Issue C of A or Special C of A
             
8. .10 Care for and return - aircraft detained pursuant to 8.7(1)(d) No direct ARASS task              
CAR 201
9. .01(3) Authorize - alternate location for data plate on an aircraft No direct ARASS task - 33D037 Conformity Aeronautical product, and possibly 33D024, and 33D050 importation of aircraft. (Refer Supp. Task # 127)              
10. .01(6) Authorize - attachment of new data plate onto an aircraft (as for No.9) (Refer Supp. Task # 128)              
11. .03(3) Authorize - to perform action requested pursuant to 201.03(2) & (1) aircraft data plates: (a) remove or replace; (b) attach from another aircraft; (c) alter information (as for No.9) (Refer Supp. Task # 129)              
12. .04(2) Authorize - replacement of lost, stolen or damaged aircraft data plate (as for No.9) (Refer Supp. Task # 130)              
13. .12(4) Authorize - action to aeronautical product data plate (remove, replace, alter information) (as for No.9) (Refer Supp. Task # 131)              
CAR 202
14. .46(1) Request - aircraft owner to advise of aircraft location and condition 34D005 - Major investigation
34D006 - Minor Investigation
             
CAR 400
15. .02(4)(b) Approve - hand held computer for exams 34D024 - Examination Administration and Preparation              
16. .04(5) Authorize exam rewrite and specify conditions 34D024 - Examination Administration and Preparation              
CAR 403
17. .03 Issue and endorse - aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) licence 34D026 - Recommend / Renewal / Endorsement of Licence
34D022 - Review of Initial Licence Application
34D023 - Review of Licence Endorsement Application
             
18. .08(2) Issue - approved training organization (ATO) certificate 32D033 - Group 1 Company Approval 32D034 - Group 2 Company Approval
32D035 - Group 3 Company Approval
31D082 to 31D093 - ATO Audits
             
CAR 406
19. .11 To determine - FTU applicants ability 32D036 - FTU Company Approval
33D049 - FTU & Prvt Operator Mandatory Inspection

31D094 to 31D097 FTU Audits
             
20. .38(1)(b) Authorize - deviations to flight training unit (FTU) MCM 33D040 - Alleviation to Approved Documentation              
21. .38(1)(d) Instruct - FTU to amend MCM 32D005 - Amendments to approved Documentation              
22. .38(2) Authorize - FTU to incorporate procedures into MCM 32D036 - FTU Company Approval              
23. .38(3) Approve - MCM 32D036 - FTU Company Approval              
24. .39(1)(c) Approve - performance of maintenance for FTU 32D036 - FTU Company Approval              
25. .39(2)(b) Approve - maintenance arrangements for FTU 32D036 - FTU Company Approval              
26. .39(3) Issue - maintenance specifications authorizing FTU maintenance arrangements outside of Canada 32D036 - FTU Company Approval              
CAR 501
27. .03 Agree - to AAIR date No direct AAIR reference in ARASS
(Refer Supp. Task # 132)
             
CAR 507
28. .02 Issue - a C of A 34D028 - C of A Issue - Transport Category
34D030 - C of A Issue - Non Transport Category
             
29. .03 Issue - Special C of A 34D029 - Special C of A Issue              
30. .04 Issue - flight permit for experiment, ferry, import / export, demo-training, test or other 34D017 - Flight Permit - Issue and Validation              
31. .05 Validate - foreign flight authority for flight in Canada 34D017 - Flight Permit - Issue and Validation              
32. .05 Determine - that foreign aircraft with validation is safe for flight 33D042 - Foreign Monitoring Activities              
33. .06(5) Inspect - aircraft subject to C of A application 33D053 - Inspections - Transport Category Aircraft
33D055 - Inspections - Non Transport Category Aircraft
33D056 - Inspections - Aeronautical Products
             
34. .08(1) Issue - additional flight authority for aircraft damaged, flown to maintenance site, with multiple configurations 34D017 - Flight Permit - Issue and Validation              
35. .09 Prescribe or amend - conditions on flight authority 34D017 - Flight Permit - Issue and Validation              
36. .12 Amend - flight authority issued pursuant to CAR 507 34D017 - Flight Permit - Issue and Validation              
CAR 509
37. .03(1) Issue - Export Airworthiness Certificate for an aircraft that conforms 34D034 - Issue EA Certificate - T/CAT aeroplanes and T/CAT Rotorcraft
34D035 - Issue EA Certificate - VLA, Non T/CAT aeroplanes and Rotorcraft
34D036 - Issue EA Certificate - Gliders, P/Gliders, Manned Free Balloons
             
38. .03(2) Issue - Export Airworthiness Certificate that specifies non-conformity for an aircraft that does NOT conform 34D034 - Issue EA
Certificate - T/CAT aeroplanes and T/CAT Rotorcraft
34D035 - Issue EA Certificate - VLA, Non T/CAT aeroplanes and Rotorcraft
34D036 - Issue EA Certificate - Gliders, P/Gliders, Manned Free Balloons
             
CAR 571
39. 08.(2) Authorize - a part to remain in service 33D037
34D012
             
CAR 573
40. .02(1) Issue - approval certificate to an AMO 31D series audits and inspections as applicable 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
             
41. .10(2) Authorize - AMO to incorporate procedures by reference into MPM 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
             
42. .10(4) Authorize - non-conformity with MPM requirements 33D037 - Conformity - Aero Product
33D040 - Alleviation to Approved Documentation
             
43. .10(6) Instruct - AMO to amend MPM 32D005 - Amendments to Approved Documentation              
44. .11(1)(c) Otherwise approve - non-conforming maintenance 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
32D005 - Amendments to Approved Documentation
             
45. .11(3) Otherwise approve - non-conforming arrangements for work by external agents 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
32D005 - Amendments to Approved Documentation
             
CAR 604
46. .05(1) Determine - private operator compliance with requirements 31D098 to 31D101 Audit and Inspection as applicable)
32D023 - Private Operator - Initial certification
             
47. .48(2) Authorize - in writing a deviation 32D005 32D039
32D040
             
48. .80(4)(c) Approve - maintenance requirements of private operator operations manual (landing minima, training, maintenance control) 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
             
CAR 605
49. .86(2) Approve - aircraft maintenance schedule 32D007 - Maintenance Schedule Approval              
50. .86(3) Authorize - deviation to maintenance schedule 32D007 - Maintenance Schedule Approval
33D040 - Alleviation to Approved Documentation
             
CAR 701
51. .10 Issue - Flight Authorization 33D042              
CAR 702
52. .07(1) Determine - ability of Aerial Work applicant 31D043 - Aerial Work (without AMO) Operations Audit              
53. .81(4) Approve - maintenance sections of Aerial Work operations manual 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
             
CAR 703
54. .07(1) Determine - ability of Air Taxi applicant 31D039 - Air Taxi (without AMO ) Operations Audit              
55. .07(2)(b)(iii) Approve - iaw the Commercial Air Service Standards a full time Maintenance Manager to be responsible for the maintenance function. 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
             
56. .104(4) Approve - maintenance sections of Air Taxi operations manual 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
             
CAR 704
57. .07(1) Determine - ability of Commuter Operations applicant 31D035 - Commuter (without AMO) Operations Audit              
58. .07(2)(b)(iii) Approve - Commuter Operations maintenance manager 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
             
CAR 705
59. .07(1) Determine - ability of Airline Operations applicant 31D031 - Airline (without AMO ) Operations Audit              
60. .07(2)(b)(iii) Approve - Airline Operation maintenance manager 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl)
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
             
CAR 706
61. .08(2) Authorize - incorporation of referenced procedures into Air Operator MCM 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
32D005 - Amendments to Approved Documentation
             
62. .08(3) Authorize - Air Operator non-compliance with MCM 33D040 - Alleviation to Approved Documentation              
63. .08(4) Approve each page of Air Operator MCM 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
32D005 - Amendments to Approved Documentation
             
64. .08(5) Instruct - Air Operator to amend MCM 32D005 - Amendment to Approved Documentation              
65. .09(1)(c) Approve - otherwise unapproved Air Operator Maintenance 32D005 - Amendment to Approved Documentation              
66. .09(2)(b) Approve - Air Operator Maintenance arrangements 32D024 - Group 1 Company Approval (51 or more Empl
32D025 - Group 2 Company Approval (11-50 Empl)
32D063 - Group 3 Company Approval (3 or Empl less)
32D064 - Group 3 Company Approval (4 to 10 Empl)
             
67. .09(3) Approve - Air Operator Maintenance arrangements ARASS TASK 32D047 to 32D058 inclusive
32D045
             
Aeronautics Act
68. 6.71 Refuse - to issue a Canadian Aviation Document                
69. 7(1) Suspend - documents (not AOC) for immediate threat 32D006 - Suspend / Reinstate Company Aviation Documents
33D052 - Ramp Surveillance
34D016 - Suspend or reinstate - Flight Authorities
             
70. 7(1) and (2) Notify - document holder of immediate threat decision action 32D006 - Suspend / Reinstate Company Aviation Documents
33D052 - Ramp Surveillance
34D016 - Suspend or reinstate - Flight Authorities
             
71. 7.1(1)(b) and (c) and (2) Suspend - airworthiness related documents (not AOC) for incompetence, ceases to have the qualifications or meet or comply with conditions or in public interest and to notify holder 32D006 - Suspension / Reinstate Company Aviation Documents
33D052 - Ramp Surveillance
34D016 - Suspend or reinstate - Flight Authorities
             
72. 8.7(1) Enter - any aircraft or facility related to aeronautics for the purpose of inspection, seize anything found and detain any unsafe aircraft All audits and Inspections
34D005 - Major Investigations
34D006 - Minor Investigations
34D016 - Suspend or reinstate - Flight Authorities
34D020 - Detention of Aircraft
32D006 - Suspension / Reinstatement Company Aviation Documents
             
73. 8.7(6) To use - force in executing a warrant
34D005
34D006
             
Supplementary Tasks
101. Leasing - and contract review 33D041 - Aircraft Leasing Contract Review              
102. Modifications and Repairs - Review major and minor modifications and repairs and 34D012 - Review of major modification / repair report (24-0045)              
103. Appointing - Airworthiness Delegated Representatives 34D010 - Airworthiness delegated representative appointment              
104. Training - Airworthiness Delegated Representative 34D027 - Airworthiness delegated representative training              
105. Judicial Proceedings - CAT hearings, court protocols, preliminary reports 34D021 - Proceedings of judicial / quasi-judicial bodies              
106. Approval - Reliability Programs 32D010 - Reliability Program approval              
107. Approvals - Minimum Equipment Lists (MEL) - amendments and extensions 32D011 - MEL approval              
108. Approval - Evaluations of extended range twin engine operations (EROPS) 32D012 - EROPS approval              
109. Approvals - Category II and III landing minima 32D013 - Program approval - CAT I & II Operators              
110. Maintenance Review Board - Observer / participant                
111. Approve - alternate means of compliance (AMOC) / alleviation's to AD's / SB's 33D037 - Conformity - Aero product              
112. Actioning Emergency AD or SB - Regional control and handling procedure 3DD004 - Emergency AD/MSB distribution              
113. Actioning - Service Difficulty Reports (SDR's) or Civil Aviation Daily Occurrence Reports (CADOR) 3DD008 - Investigate and process SDRs / CADORs              
114. Presentations - at public events, AME symposia 3CD006 - Public presentation given              
115. Lost Documents etc.                
116. Foreign Aviation Regulations - and Bi-laterals, affecting Canadian Aero-products                
117. Plan & Preparation - audit, inspection and surveillance                
118. TC Net - Qualification and proficiency to enter and amend, correct and add / or gather data: CAIS, DAPLS, CARCS, SDRs                
119. TC Filing System - Administration, and information control                
120. Public Inquiries - Receive, assess, respond inform and record. May include initial contact from applicants for approval. ex. AMO, Air Taxi, Aerial Work, Commuter or Airline 33D043 - Air Operators (excl. aerial) mandatory inspection
33D044 - Air Operators (aerial) mandatory inspection
33D045 - AMO mandatory inspection
33D046 - Manufacturer mandatory inspection
33D047 - Distributor mandatory inspection
33D048 - ATO mandatory inspection
33D049 - FTU & Private Operator mandatory inspection
             
121. Regional Database(s) - Proficiency in use to update, correct, and collate reports                
122. Reference Documents - select correct reference documents as required                
123. Account - for expending public funds, and use of government supplied equipment including vehicles, laptops, clothing etc. (Accepting payments and issuing receipts)                
124. Enroute Inspections - Observe / participate                
125. Regional Technical Reference Centre - Familiarity                
126. ARASS - Regional Airworthiness Activity Reporting System participation                
127. DoA ref. #9 - CAR 201.01(3) - Authorize - alternate location for data plate on an aircraft                
128. DoA ref. #10. CAR 201.01(6) -Authorize - attachment of new data plate onto aircraft                
129. DoA ref. #11 CAR 201.03(3) - Authorize - to perform action requested pursuant to 201.03(2) &(1) aircraft data plates: (a) remove or replace; (b) attach from another aircraft; (c) alter information                
130. DoA ref. #12 CAR 201.04(2) - Authorize - replacement of lost, stolen or damaged aircraft data plate                
131. DoA ref. #13 CAR 201.12(4) - Authorize - action to aeronautical product data plate (remove, replace, alter information)                
132. DoA ref. #27 CAR 501.03 - Agree - to AAIR date                
133. ARASS task # 34D25 Assess - AME narrative exam - pass or fail 34D025 - Narrative exam assessment              
134. ARASS task # 33D24 Importation - Transport Category Aircraft 33D024 - Exam administration and preparation              
135. ARASS task # 33D50 Importation - Non-transport Category Aircraft 33D050 - Importations - Non-transport Category Aircraft              
136. Construction of an Amateur-Built Aircraft - outside Canada                
137. MEL - Item Repair Interval Extensions                
138. Global Positioning Systems - Approvals                
139. FAA 337 Field Approvals - Procedures                
140. Seat Belts and Shoulder Harness Installations                
141. US Designed Aircraft Eligible for Canadian Registration                


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