Task:

O2.3.89 Inspect a 14 CFR Part 125, 135, 141 or 142 Operator/Agency During Periods of Strike, Labor Unrest or Financial Stress

Function:

Duty:

2.0 Surveillance/Inspection

2.3 Air Operator Surveillance

Previous Task Analysis:

1995 Hughes and Allen Corporation

Difficulty:

3

Criticality:

Y

Importance:

4

Time:

 

Frequency:

1

Job Aid:

Y

PTRS Tracking

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Legal References:

49 U.S.C. 40104, Promotion of Civil Aeronautics and Safety of Air Commerce

49 U.S.C. 40113, Administrative

49 U.S.C. 44701, General Requirements

49 U.S.C. 44702, Issuance of Certificates

49 U.S.C. 44705, Air Carrier Operating Certificates

49 U.S.C. 44707, Examining and Rating Air Agencies

49 U.S.C. 44709, Amendments, Modifications, Suspensions, and Revocations of Certificates

Purpose:

To ensure continuous certificate holder compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations during a strike, labor unrest, and/or financial stress

Significant Interfaces:

Flight Standards District Office

Certificate Holding District Office

Regional Flight Standards Division

Reporting Inspector

Procedural Guidance:

14 CFR Part 125, Certification and Operations: Airplanes Having a Seating Capacity of 20 or More Passengers or a Maximum Payload Capacity of 6,000 Pounds or More; and Rules Governing Persons On Board Such Aircraft

14 CFR Part 135, Operating Requirements: Commuter and On-Demand Operations and Rules Governing Persons on Board Such Aircraft

14 CFR Part 141, Pilot Schools

14 CFR Part 142, Training Centers

Order  1380.51, Program Tracking and Reporting Subsystem

Order 8900.1 Flight Standards Information Management System (FSIMS)

NOTE: Ensure you are using the most current information. The Flight Standards Information Management System (FSIMS) may be used to obtain current guidance.

Forms:

FAA Form 8000-36, PTRS Data Sheet

1.          Determine need for increased surveillance during a strike, labor unrest, or financial difficulties

K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18
1.1        Open PTRS record
K: Order  1380.51

2.          Phase One Initial FAA coordination

K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18, Figure 6-28, Figure 6-29 & Figure 6-30

3.          Phase Two Surveillance activities

3.1        Identify activities to be conducted and develop surveillance plan
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18, Figure 6-28, Figure 6-29 & Figure 6-30

4.          Phase Three Surveillance program

4.1        Gain approval from CHDO, and RFSD
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18, Figure 6-28, Figure 6-29 & Figure 6-30
4.2        Distribute and implement plan
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18, Figure 6-28, Figure 6-29 & Figure 6-30

5.          Phase Four Reporting and analysis

5.1        Submit PTRS activity and weekly status reports
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18, Figure 6-28, Figure 6-29 & Figure 6-30

6.          Phase Five Termination of surveillance

6.1        Conclude surveillance activity when certificate holder assumes normal operation
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18
K: Order 8900.1, Vol. 6, Chap, 2, Sec. 18, Figure 6-28, Figure 6-29 & Figure 6-30

7.          Close PTRS record

K: Order  1380.51