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|CCAR-145R3--Approval of Civil Aircraft Maintenance Organization

145.13 Obligation of an Approved Maintenance Organization

Date & Time: 2015-12-21 15:28 Click:

Maintenance organizations shall at all time take appropriate corrective actions to rectify any defects and deficiencies against this regulation to ensure continued compliance with the requirements of this regulation.
When requested by the operators or other organizations (hereinafter referred as “job sender”) to provide maintenance services for civil aircraft or aircraft components, the maintenance organization shall inform the job sender of its approved scope of work as specified in the CAAC MOC prior to the maintenance work.
The maintenance organization shall make sure that its organization, facilities and staff related to the approved scope of work are available for the audit, supervision and investigation required by the CAAC Headquarter Office or the CAAC RA.
The maintenance organization shall report the following information factually to the CAAC Headquarter Office or the CAAC RA:
(1) Information prescribed in Attachment 4 of this regulation: Annual Report of Maintenance Organization (F145-4);
(2) Information prescribed in Attachment 5 of this regulation: Unairworthy Condition Report (F145-5);
(3) Other information on quality and safety related issues as required by the CAAC Headquarter Office or the CAAC RA.
The maintenance organization shall take the responsibility for ensuring that the maintenance work performed on the civil aircraft or aircraft component meets the approved standards. In the case that the maintenance work required by the job sender could not ensure the airworthiness of the civil aircraft or aircraft component obviously, the maintenance organization shall inform the job sender about the factual situation, and the maintenance release certificates shall not be issued.
The domestic maintenance organization which uses subcontractors with the CAAC MOC, shall take the responsibility not only for ensuring that the in-house maintenance work meets the approved standards, but also for the validity of the subcontracted maintenance work. The domestic maintenance organization which uses subcontractors without the CAAC MOC as prescribed in paragraph 2 of §145.15, shall take full responsibility for ensuring that the subcontracted maintenance work meets the approved standards.
The foreign or regional maintenance organization shall take the responsibility not only for ensuring that the in-house maintenance work meets the approved standards, but also for ensuring that the subcontracted maintenance meets the approved standards.