Unscoped DCT Report (Standard DCT)

MLF Label: 4.6.2 (AW) Maintenance Special Emphasis Programs (Released)
DCT Type: EP DCT
Specialty: Airworthiness
Peer Group: A - Part 121 Air Operators
DCT Revision: 11.0 on 01/24/2017 (Released)
Summary Information

Purpose (Certificate Holder Responsibility): To provide aircraft maintenance program standards for maintenance special emphasis programs.

Objective (FAA Responsibility): Determine; (1) If the CH followed the accepted or approved process; (2) If the CH provided aircraft maintenance program standards for maintenance special emphasis programs.


Questions Answers References
4.6.2 (AW) Maintenance Special Emphasis Programs
1. Best describe how the procedures were followed for meeting the following supplemental inspection requirements:
      #1 Performing the required damage-tolerance-based inspections on an airplane structure susceptible to fatigue cracking;
      #2 Addressing the adverse effects that repairs, alterations, and modifications have on fatigue critical structures;
      #3 Addressing the adverse effects that repairs, alterations, and modifications have on FAA-approved damage-tolerance-based inspections; and
      #4 Ensuring that the Principal Maintenance Inspector reviewed and approved all changes to the maintenance program concerning these inspections.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Process Observation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017231, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Consistently followed the methods
   Some steps were missed or not followed
   Methods were not consistently followed or adequate
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1109(c)
2. Best describe how the Operators Implementation Plan was followed for:
      #1 Implementing the repair evaluation guideline elements obtained from the TC or STC holder's compliance document; and
      #2 Determining whether damage tolerance inspections exist for those repairs and alterations identified in the airplane survey.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Process Observation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017240, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Consistently followed the methods
   Some steps were missed or not followed
   Methods were not consistently followed or adequate
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-93
3. Best describe how the procedures for the development of a list of alterations were followed:
      #1 A list of all alterations that are currently installed on the fleet was compiled;
      #2 Alterations that affect fatigue critical structure and have since been removed (components removed) but the altered structure remains were included in the list;
      #3 Alterations that are not installed on its current fleet were deleted from the list;
      #4 Alterations that do not affect fatigue critical structure were deleted from the list;
      #5 The remaining alterations were reviewed to determine whether damage tolerance data already existed is needed to be developed;
      #6 A survey of the aircraft was performed to ensure that all alterations were identified; and
      #7 A letter was submitted to the FAA oversight office, through the Principal Maintenance Inspector, providing a list of alterations developed by an STC Holder on the certificate holder's active fleet.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Process Observation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017259, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Consistently followed the methods
   Some steps were missed or not followed
   Methods were not consistently followed or adequate
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
4. Best describe how EWIS procedures were followed.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Process Observation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017291, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Consistently followed the methods
   Some steps were missed or not followed
   Methods were not consistently followed or adequate
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102; 121.1111(b)
5. Best describe how the procedures were followed that prevented EWIS and fuel tank system wiring from being compromised as a result of performing repairs or alterations.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Process Observation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017338, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Consistently followed the methods
   Some steps were missed or not followed
   Methods were not consistently followed or adequate
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102
6. Best describe how the instructor provided training on safety practices and contamination sources for EWIS.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Process Observation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017347, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The instructor covered all topics
   The instructor missed some topics
   The instructor did not cover all the topics
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-94
7. Best describe how personnel performed fuel tank system ignition prevention.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Process Observation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017378, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Consistently followed the methods
   Some steps were missed or not followed
   Methods were not consistently followed or adequate
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-97
8. Best describe how FIMM procedures were followed to mitigate ignition sources.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Process Observation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017403, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Consistently followed the methods
   Some steps were missed or not followed
   Methods were not consistently followed or adequate
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98; 121.1117(c); 26.35(d)
9. Best describe how the procedures, information, and instructions were followed:
      #1 To maintain needed design features to preclude the development of ignition sources;
      #2 To maintain needed design features that provide a means to minimize the development of flammable vapors;
      #3 To retain the critical flammability reduction features during configuration changes that may be caused by alterations, repairs, or maintenance actions;
      #4 To prevent the failure of critical flammability reduction features that exist in the fuel system; and
      #5 To manage and control the configuration of the ignition source prevention features.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Process Observation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017421, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Consistently followed the methods
   Some steps were missed or not followed
   Methods were not consistently followed or adequate
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98; 121.1117(h); 25.981; 26.33
10. Was the individual with responsibility qualified, knowledgeable and accountable, and did they effectively manage the planning, organizing, directing, and control of this element?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Management Responsibility, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") OR (FAR PART = "135") OR (FAR PART = "145") , Rev.  6.0  07/13/2016, QID: 00010687, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes, as documented to the FAA
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
11. Was the individual with authority qualified and knowledgeable and effectively directing, controlling, or changing procedures, and making key determinations including safety risk acceptance decisions?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Management Authority, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") OR (FAR PART = "135") OR (FAR PART = "145") , Rev.  6.0  07/13/2016, QID: 00010688, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
12. Did the certificate holder continuously monitor and measure the safety performance of this element to identify deficiencies and implement necessary action(s)?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Process Measurement, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") OR (FAR PART = "135") OR (FAR PART = "145") , Rev.  6.0  07/13/2016, QID: 00010685, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
13. Did the certificate holder follow policies, procedures, instructions, and information for this element?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") OR (FAR PART = "135") OR (FAR PART = "145") , Rev.  6.0  07/13/2016, QID: 00010682, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
14. Verify that the records show the certificate holder received notification from the Administrator that the aging airplane inspections and records review was completed.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "AGING AIRPLANE INSPECTIONS AND RECORDS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017135, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
D485; 121.1105(b)
15. Did the certificate holder notify the Administrator at least 60 days before the date on which the airplane and airplane records would be made available for the aging inspection and records review?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "AGING AIRPLANE INSPECTIONS AND RECORDS") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017136, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1105(e)
16. Did the certificate holder make available to the Administrator each airplane and the following records:
      #1 Total years in service of the airplane;
      #2 Total time in service of the airframe;
      #3 Total flight cycles of the airframe; and
      #4 Date of the last inspection and records review?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "AGING AIRPLANE INSPECTIONS AND RECORDS") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017137, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1105(d)
17. Did the certificate holder make available to the Administrator each airplane and the following records:
      #1 Current status of airframe life-limited parts;
      #2 Time since the last overhaul of all structural components requiring an overhaul at a specified interval;
      #3 Current inspection status of the airplane including the time since the last inspection as required by the inspection program under which the airplane is maintained;
      #4 Current status of applicable ADs including the date and methods of compliance and, if the AD involves a recurring action, the time and date when the next action is required;
      #5 A list of major structural alterations performed; and
      #6 A report of major structural repairs performed and the current inspection status for those repairs?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "AGING AIRPLANE INSPECTIONS AND RECORDS") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017142, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1105(d)
18. Verify the records show that the certificate holder notified the Administrator and received approval of aging aircraft inspection schedule changes as a result of unforeseen scheduling conflicts.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "AGING AIRPLANE INSPECTIONS AND RECORDS") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017149, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1105(c)
19. Verify that the data collection documents show:
      #1 The structures which require repair assessments;
      #2 The structures were surveyed to locate repairs;
      #3 The record (survey form) showed key repair design features necessary to accomplish the repair assessment; and
      #4 Repair details were collected for analysis or immediate corrective action if static strength requirements have not been met or are in poor condition.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017151, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
20. Verify that the records show repairs were classified into one of three categories:
      #1 Category A: Permanent repair for which the baseline zonal inspection is adequate to ensure continued airworthiness (inspectability) equal to the unrepaired surrounding structure;
      #2 Category B: Permanent repair that requires supplemental inspections to ensure continued airworthiness; or
      #3 Category C: Temporary (time-limited) repair that will need to be reworked or replaced prior to an established time limit.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017156, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
21. Verify that that supplemental inspection/replacement records show that Category B and C repairs were accomplished using:
      #1 Calculation;
      #2 Predetermined values provided by the TC holder; or
      #3 Other values obtained using an FAA-approved method.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017160, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
22. Was the first inspection threshold defined in flight cycles measured from the time of repair installation?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017164, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
23. Were the certificate holder's repair assessment guideline inspection methods and intervals FAA-approved?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017165, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
24. Were the repair inspection methods and intervals fulfilled per the FAA-approved maintenance or inspection program?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017166, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
25. Were the repairs that were not permanent or did not fulfill inspection requirements:
      #1 Upgraded to allow utilization of the chosen inspection method and interval; or
      #2 Individually tracked to account for the repair's unique inspection method and interval requirements?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017167, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
26. Was the repair assessment process repeated at each inspection interval?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017170, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
27. Did the repairs that were added between predetermined maintenance visits, including interim repairs installed at remote locations, have:
      #1 A threshold greater than the length of the predetermined maintenance visit; or
      #2 Individual tracking to account for the repair's unique inspection method and interval requirements?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017171, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
28. Did the repairs that were not upgraded to Category A have:
      #1 Supplemental inspections performed; and
      #2 Maintenance or inspection program provisions for incorporating these supplemental inspections?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017174, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
29. Did the certificate holder's Principal Maintenance Inspector approve the certificate holder's repair assessment guidelines?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017177, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
30. Did the FAA ACO approve maintenance or inspection program revisions of any FAA-approved repair assessment guideline?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017178, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
31. Did existing repairs have:
      #1 An assessment completed per the schedule in the FAA-approved, model-specific repair assessment guidelines for each of the affected airplanes;
      #2 All assessment actions (revised inspection programs, etc.) incorporated into the FAA-approved maintenance or inspection program; and
      #3 An AMOC, if structural repairs mandated by AD were modified?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017179, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
32. Verify the records show that new repairs were assessed using FAA-approved repair assessment guidelines unless they were accomplished according to:
      #1 The structural repair manuals; or
      #2 Another equivalent method that incorporates damage-tolerance methods of design and evaluation.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017183, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
33. Verify that new repairs received a two-stage repair approval in which:
      #1 Basic structural evaluations showed that the repair met immediate and short-term strength requirements;
      #2 Extensive investigations showed that repairs met long-term strength requirements; and
      #3 Final repair approval was not made until a complete damage tolerance evaluation showed that the repair was adequate to ensure continued airworthiness.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017186, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73; AC-25.1529-1
34. Verify that the records show the certificate holder reported significant findings to TC holders.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017190, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
35. Verify that personnel followed repair assessment guideline recordkeeping requirements.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017191, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73; 121.369(c)
36. Were the aircraft operated beyond the applicable flight cycle without repair assessment guidelines authorization?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017192, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   No
   Yes
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73; 121.1107(a)
37. Verify that the certificate holder began the repair assessment process within the following deadlines:
      #1 Airplane cycle age was equal to or less than the implementation time on May 25, 2000;
      #2 Airplane cycle age was greater than the implementation time but was less than the design service goal on May 25, 2000; or
      #3 Airplane cycle age was greater than the design service goal on May 25, 2000.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017193, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
38. Did invalid Category A repairs that required revised intervals greater than the base line zonal inspection:
      #1 Obtain approval for an alternative inspection method;
      #2 Upgrade the repair to allow utilization of the chosen inspection method and interval; or
      #3 Re-categorize repairs as necessary and establish unique supplemental inspection methods and intervals for specific repairs?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  4.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017198, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
39. Did invalid Category A repairs that required revised intervals greater than the base line zonal inspection have the change evaluated to determine if the planned maintenance visit continues to fulfill the repair inspection requirements?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017202, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
40. Verify that the certificate holder established and started repair assessment guidelines for newly acquired aircraft that were previously operated under an FAA-approved maintenance program per:
      #1 The previous certificate holder's schedule;
      #2 The new certificate holder's schedule; or
      #3 The schedule which would result in an earlier accomplishment date for the assessment.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017203, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
41. Verify that the records show the certificate holder established and started repair assessment guidelines within the required deadline dates for newly acquired aircraft that were not previously operated under an FAA-approved maintenance program.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017207, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
42. Verify the records show that a determination of the status of the airplane relative to the model-specific implementation times was done for acquisitions of leased foreign-owned airplanes.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017208, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
43. Verify if the airplane:
      #1 Has exceeded or is within 1 year of exceeding the implementation time, the certificate holder has implemented the repair assessment program into the airplane's maintenance or inspection program; or
      #2 Is below the implementation time, the certificate holder has implemented the assessment program by the time the airplane has reached the model-specific time requirements.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017209, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
44. Verify the repairs to structure(s) that were modified per an STC, were evaluated using the manufacturer's model-specific repair assessment guidelines, documented, and submitted to the certificate holder's Principal Maintenance Inspector for approval.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017212, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
45. Verify that structure(s) approved under STC's determined:
      #1 An approved design service goal; or
      #2 Approved repair assessment guidelines.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017213, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
46. Did the alternate methods of developing repair assessment guidelines ascertain the "damage-tolerance" of the repairs to the extent necessary to establish what supplemental maintenance actions, if any, are necessary to assure that fatigue damage will be detected before the damage degrades the load-carrying capability of the structure below certification levels?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017216, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
47. Were the alternate methods of developing repair assessment guidelines submitted jointly to the certificate holder's Principal Maintenance Inspector and the FAA ACO having cognizance over the TC of the affected airplane?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "PRESSURIZED FUSELAGES") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017217, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-73
48. Verify that the records show the certificate holder met the following requirements:
      #1 All DAH fatigue critical structures were identified;
      #2 Tolerance data was based on the DAH compliance document; and
      #3 The implementation schedule met the minimum DAH requirements.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017236, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4
49. Verify that the records show the following Operators Implementation Plan procedures were accomplished:
      #1 Required damage tolerance inspections for repairs were performed;
      #2 A list of alterations that affect fatigue critical baseline structure on a certificate holder's airplane(s) was produced;
      #3 Required damage tolerance inspections for alterations developed by people other than a TC or STC holder were performed;
      #4 New alteration damage tolerance inspections were performed; and
      #5 Damage tolerance inspections for alterations not supported by a TC or STC holder were obtained and implemented.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017243, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-93
50. Verify the records show that:
      #1 Damage tolerance inspections for repairs and alterations were identified as such; and
      #2 Airplanes did not operate past the time limit established for obtaining damage tolerance inspections.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017249, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-93; 121.1109(c)
51. Verify that the records for accomplished repairs include the following:
      #1 Damage tolerance data; and
      #2 A schedule for implementing damage tolerance inspections for all repairs.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017252, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
52. Verify that the records show the development of damage tolerance data for structure that has been altered was coordinated with the party responsible for the design of the alteration.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017255, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
53. Were damage tolerance inspections for repairs:
      #1 Accomplished before the inspection threshold or within a time limit equivalent to a "C-check", whichever occurs later; and
      #2 Scheduled repetitively within the maintenance program?



NOTE: If the age of the repair is unknown, use the airplane’s age in flight cycles or flight hours.


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017256, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
54. Were the damage tolerance inspections performed for alterations within the timelines contained in the TC or STC holder's compliance document?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017267, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
55. Did the certificate holder submit damage tolerance data to the FAA oversight office for alterations where damage tolerance inspections were not made available by TC or STC holders per one or both of the following:
      #1 No later than December 20, 2012 or prior to the airplane reaching 75 percent of the design service goal, whichever occurs later for alterations identified during the records review; and
      #2 No later than 12 months from the time of discovery for alterations that are found during the airplane survey for repairs?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017268, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
56. Did the certificate holder incorporate damage tolerance inspections for alterations where damage tolerance inspections were not made available by TC or STC holders, per one or both of the following:
      #1 No later than 6 months from the date the FAA approved the data for alterations identified during the records review; and
      #2 No later than 6 months from the date the FAA approved the data for alterations that were found during the airplane survey for repairs?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017271, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
57. Were the damage tolerance inspections for alterations with a known age implemented according to the schedule?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017274, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
58. Were the damage tolerance inspections for alterations with an unknown age implemented using the airplane age in total flight cycles or total flight hours as applicable?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017275, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
59. Were alteration damage tolerance inspections performed on airplanes that have not met their threshold in whichever of the following time periods occurs later:
      #1 Before the alteration inspection threshold; or
      #2 Within a time limit equivalent to a C-check interval?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017276, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
60. Were alteration damage tolerant inspections accomplished within a time limit equivalent to a C-check interval from accomplishment of the damage tolerance evaluation for airplanes which are beyond their threshold?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017279, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
61. Verify the records show that damage tolerance repetitive inspections were performed.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017280, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records were accurate
   The records contained discrepancies
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
62. Did the alterations installed after December 20, 2010, have damage tolerance data that addressed the affected fatigue critical baseline structure or fatigue critical structure of the alteration?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017281, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 4 Ch 6 Sec 4; AC-120-93
63. Verify that service difficulty reporting was accomplished as it related to damage tolerance inspections.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017282, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-93; 121.703
64. Verify that reports of significant findings were submitted to TC holders.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017283, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-93
65. Were the following accomplished prior to adding an airplane previously operated under 14 CFR Part 121 to its OpSpecs or fleet:
      #1 Incorporation, implementation, and use of the previously Principal Maintenance Inspector-approved Operator Implementation Plan for that airplane;
      #2 Evaluation, implementation, and use of its own Principal Maintenance Inspector-approved implementation plan for repairs and alterations if that plan applies to the airplane being acquired; or
      #3 Development, implementation, and use of a new Operator Implementation Plan for a new airplane?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017284, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-93
66. Did the certificate holder, prior to adding airplanes that had not been previously operated under 14 CFR Part 121 to its OpSpecs or fleet, have a new Operator Implementation Plan for those airplanes?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017288, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-93
67. Did the certificate holder, prior to adding a leased foreign-registered airplane for use in operations under 14 CFR Part 121, have an Operator Implementation Plan for the airplane?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017289, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-93
68. Verify the records show that revisions to maintenance program damage tolerance inspections of repairs and alterations that have an effect on fatigue critical baseline structure were submitted through the Principal Maintenance Inspector to the FAA oversight office for approval.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTIONS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017290, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-93
69. Verify the records show EWIS inspections were performed so that the following were accomplished:
      #1 TC FAA Oversight Office approved the ICAs;
      #2 STC FAA Oversight Office approved the ICAs; or
      #3 FAA Oversight Office approved alteration the ICAs.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017292, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed that compliance had been met
   The records do not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102; 121.1111(c); 121.1111(d)
70. Did the certificate holder incorporate DAH EWIS ICA components into the maintenance program, which included the following information:
      #1 Task reference number(s);
      #2 Type of task (e.g., detailed inspection, stand-alone general visual inspection);
      #3 Task interval;
      #4 Task description (e.g., perform a detailed inspection of the power feeders);
      #5 Task procedures (e.g., instructions on how to perform the actual task); and
      #6 Task supporting procedures as necessary, such as EWIS cleaning procedures and instructions for protection and caution information that will minimize contamination and accidental damage to the EWIS during performance of maintenance, alterations, or repairs?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017296, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24
71. Did the certificate holder incorporate DAH EWIS ICA components into the maintenance program, which included following information:
      #1 Applicability (e.g., model, engine type);
      #2 Airplane zone identification;
      #3 Access instructions; and
      #4 Special or unique tooling requirements, such as borescope for isolated locations?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017303, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24
72. Did the certificate holder incorporate DAH EWIS ICA inspection tasks and the appropriate associated intervals into the following:
      #1 Time limitations manual;
      #2 Aircraft maintenance manual;
      #3 Standard wiring practice manual;
      #4 Electrical standard practices manual;
      #5 Job task cards; and
      #6 Engineering orders or authorizations?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017308, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102
73. Did the certificate holder incorporate DAH EWIS ICA instructions and procedures into the following:
      #1 Time limitations manual;
      #2 Aircraft maintenance manual;
      #3 Standard wiring practice manual;
      #4 Electrical standard practices manual;
      #5 Job task cards; and
      #6 Engineering orders or authorizations?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017315, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102
74. Did the certificate holder incorporate DAH EWIS ICA protection and caution instructions and information into the following:
      #1 Time limitations manual;
      #2 Aircraft maintenance manual;
      #3 Standard wiring practice manual;
      #4 Electrical standard practices manual;
      #5 Job task cards; and
      #6 Engineering orders or authorizations?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017322, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102
75. Verify that the certificate holder developed protections and caution instructions/information that were different from TC and STC holders document, and was approved by the FAA Oversight Office.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017329, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The documents showed that compliance had been met
   The documents did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102; 121.1111
76. Verify that the protection and caution information and instructions were:
      #1 On the job card or task card; or
      #2 Accurately referencing their location in the aircraft maintenance manual, standard wiring practice manual, or electrical standard practices manual.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017330, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The documents showed that compliance had been met
   The documents did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102; 121.1111
77. Did the certificate holder submit the EWIS maintenance program and any subsequent revisions to the Principal Inspector for review and approval?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017333, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102; D097; 121.1111(e)
78. Verify that when revisions to initial TC or STC holder inspection tasks and intervals were incorporated, the certificate holder:
      #1 Submitted the proposed changes along with supporting technical justification and data to the Principal Inspector; and
      #2 Received approval from the FAA Oversight Office and copied the Principal Inspector on the approval.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017334, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The documents showed that compliance had been met
   The documents did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102
79. Did the certificate holder submit EWIS ICAs for Operator developed STCs to the FAA Oversight Office for approval?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017337, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102
80. Verify the EWIS ICA revisions were assessed, tracked, and incorporated into the maintenance program.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017339, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The documents showed that compliance had been met
   The documents did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102
81. Did personnel protect and clean as they worked around any wire, wiring device, or combination of these, including termination devices, installed in the airplane for the purpose of transmitting electrical energy, including data and signals, between two or more intended termination points?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017340, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-102; 121.1111
82. Verify that the training records show the accomplishment of EWIS training for the following groups:
      #1 Maintenance and inspection personnel;
      #2 Engineering personnel; and
      #3 Other service staff with duties in proximity to electrical wiring interconnection systems.
      #4 Flight deck crew; and
      #5 Cabin crew.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "EWIS MAINTENANCE PROGRAM") , Rev.  5.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017341, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The documents showed that compliance had been met
   The documents did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 24; AC-120-94
83. Did the certificate holder perform a design review and develop ICAs (inspection tasks, intervals, and limitations) for field-approved auxiliary fuel tanks installed in their airplanes?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017348, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 23; AC-120-97; 121.1113(b)
84. Did the certificate holder receive approval from the airplane FAA Oversight Office for the certificate holder's fuel tank safety ICA data for the field approved auxiliary tank?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017349, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 23; AC-120-97; 121.1113(b)
85. Verify that the records show inspections to ensure that the fuel tank safety limitations were performed.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017350, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 23; AC-120-97; 121.1113(c)
86. Verify the records show that all approved ICAs were accomplished and accounted for.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017351, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1113(d)
87. Verify that the records show the following AD requirements for fuel tank safety:
      #1 Design changes were accomplished;
      #2 ICAs were accomplished;
      #3 Critical design configuration control limitations were adhered to;
      #4 Airworthiness limitations were met; and
      #5 Accomplishment was documented and tracked.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017352, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 23; AC-120-97; 121.1113; 121.380(a); 39.11; 39.7; 91.403(c)
88. Verify that the records show the following:
      #1 Accomplishment of FAA Oversight Office approved type certificate holder's maintenance significant items, which includes ICAs, that fall into the "No Unsafe" condition category, but are necessary to maintain continued airworthiness of the fuel tank system ignition prevention features; and
      #2 Incorporation of the TC holder's maintenance significant items (ICAs) into the CAMP, which includes tasks and intervals, from the MRBR, maintenance implementation document, or any other document in which the TC or STC holder chooses to place the information.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017358, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 23; AC-120-97
89. Were the fuel tank safety ICA's that were developed as a result of a fuel tank alteration included in the maintenance program?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017361, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1113(e)
90. Verify the following STC ICAs were accomplished, as applicable:
      #1 Check fuel quantity indicating system (external to tank), ICA T3068-0005-0101, during D check inspections of wiring separation, shielding, and bonding;
      #2 Check retrofit of entire fuel quantity gauging system, ICA T3070-0005-0101, during D check inspections of wiring separation, shielding, and bonding;
      #3 Check isolation fuel quantity transmitter system, ICA T3072-0005-0101, during periodic inspections of wiring and bonding;
      #4 Check computerized fuel quantity indicator system, ICA T3066-0005-0101, during inspections to determine the condition of the wiring and connector interfaces every 16,000 flight hours; and
      #5 Check fuel quantity indicating system indicators with volumetric top-off and optional fuel sending unit, in-tank harnesses, ICA T3065-0005-0101, inspections to determine the condition of the wiring and connector interfaces every 16,000 flight hours.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017362, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 23; AC-120-97
91. Verify that the fuel tank system maintenance program development and any subsequent revisions were submitted to the Principal Inspector for review and approval.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017368, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
8900.1 Vol 6 Ch 11 Sec 23; AC-120-97; D097; 121.1113(f)
92. Verify that the changes to airworthiness limitation items were:
      #1 Submitted through the Principal Inspector who will forward them to the FAA Oversight Office; and
      #2 Approved by the FAA Oversight Office.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017369, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-97
93. Verify that the exceptional short-term extension of fuel tank system airworthiness limitations that did not have FAA engineering approval were approved in advance by the Principal Inspector.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017372, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-97
94. Verify the airworthiness limitation interval reverted back to the original interval in the maintenance program when an exceptional short-term extension of a fuel tank system airworthiness limitation was used.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017373, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-97
95. Verify that the FAA Oversight Office approved fuel tank system maintenance program deletions or changes to:
      #1 Maintenance significant items task; or
      #2 Maintenance significant items task interval.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017374, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-97
96. Was the FAA-approved fuel tank safety data used in the certificate holder's shop manuals and instructions identified as FAA-approved data?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FUEL TANK SYSTEM MAINTENANCE") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017377, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-97
97. Did the airworthiness limitation section of the maintenance program contain the limit of validity from the DAH?



NOTE: This is applicable to aircraft with TC issued after 1958 - with DAH approved limit of validity.


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017379, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-104; 121.1115(b); 121.1115(c)
98. Did the airworthiness limitation section of the maintenance program contain the default limit of validity from Table 1 of 121.1115(f)?



NOTE: This is applicable to aircraft with TC issued after 1958 - with DAH approved limit of validity.


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017380, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-104; 121.1115(f)
99. Did the airworthiness limitation section of the maintenance program include the limit of validity that was the number of cycles equal to half the number of cycles accumulated on the fatigue test article?



NOTE: This is applicable to new aircraft before limit of validity is set.


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017381, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-104; 91.403(c)
100. Verify that operational aircraft have a limit of validity identified in the airworthiness limitation section of the maintenance program.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017382, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-104; 121.1115(b)
101. Was the aircraft operating within its limit of validity?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017383, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1115(d)
102. Verify the aircraft that operated beyond their limit of validity have records that show that:
      #1 An approved limit of validity extension has been incorporated into the maintenance program; and
      #2 All additional widespread fatigue damage airworthiness limitation items have been accomplished.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017386, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1115(d)
103. Verify the certificate holder submitted SDRs that identified fatigue-related structural defects.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017389, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-104; 121.703(a); 121.703(c)
104. Verify that the certificate holder submitted the reports of fatigue-related structural defects and all suspected cases of multiple site damage and/or multiple element damage to the DAHs.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017390, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-104
105. Did the certificate holder have operational IMM or FRM installed on the aircraft?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017391, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98; 121.1117(b)
106. Verify the certificate holder is scheduled to perform IMM or FRM:
      #1 FAA Oversight Office approved airworthiness limitation items; and
      #2 FAA Oversight Office approved ICAs.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017392, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98; 119.51; 121.1117(b); 91.403(c)
107. Verify that the IMM or FRM section of the maintenance manual was approved by the Principal Maintenance Inspector and authorized in OpSpec D097.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017395, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98; 119.51
108. Verify that the auxiliary fuel tank that was installed via field approval had:
      #1 A flammability exposure analysis per 14 CFR Part 25 Appendix N within 12 months after December 26, 2008;
      #2 A flammability impact assessment before June 26, 2011; and
      #3 FAA Oversight Office approval of the flammability exposure analysis and flammability impact assessment.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017396, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98; 121.1117(c); 26.33(a); 26.35(b)
109. Did the certificate holder conduct flammability impact assessments to:
      #1 Identify design changes that may have compromised CDCCLs; or
      #2 Verify the auxiliary fuel tank did not adversely impact any FRM or IMM developed for those airplanes?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017400, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98; 121.1117(c); 26.33(a); 26.35(c)
110. Verify the airplanes are scheduled to have IMM, FRM, or FIMM installed or implemented as follows:
      #1 50 percent of each certificate holder's fleet type must be modified no later than December 26, 2014; and
      #2 100 percent of each certificate holder's fleet type must be modified no later than December 26, 2017.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017404, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1117(c); 121.1117(e); 26.33(a)
111. Verify the airplane(s) is scheduled to have IMM, FRM, or FIMM installed or implemented no later than December 26, 2017.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017407, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1117(c); 121.1117(e); 26.33(a)
112. Verify the airplanes are scheduled to have IMM, FRM, or FIMM installed or implemented as follows:
      #1 To ensure that 50 percent of each certificate holder's fleet has FRM or IMM installed no later than December 26, 2014; and
      #2 To ensure 100 percent of each certificate holder's fleet has FRM or IMM installed no later than December 26, 2017.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017408, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98; 121.1117(a); 121.1117(c); 121.1117(d); 121.1117(e); 121.1117(j); 121.1117(k); 121.1117(l)
113. Verify the airplane is scheduled to have IMM, FRM, or FIMM installed or implemented no later than December 26, 2017.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017411, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1117(a); 121.1117(c); 121.1117(d); 121.1117(e); 121.1117(j); 121.1117(k); 121.1117(l)
114. Were the aircraft that have had their compliance dates extended:
      #1 Using ground air conditioning systems for actual gate times of more than 30 minutes when operational and available at the gate;
      #2 Using ground air conditioning systems when the ambient temperature exceeds 60 degrees Fahrenheit; and
      #3 Using ground air conditioning systems on each airplane subject to the extension?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017412, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1117(k); 121.1117(l)
115. Verify the FRM or IMM were not deactivated.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017416, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1117(f)
116. Verify the records show FRM or IMM airworthiness limitations procedures were followed to:
      #1 Prevent ignition;
      #2 Ensure unsafe conditions are not introduced into the affected fuel tank that could ultimately affect the fuel tank system; and
      #3 Prevent the development of fuel tank flammability increases as a result of configuration changes, repairs, alterations, or deficiencies in the maintenance program throughout the operational life of the airplane.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017417, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98; 121.1117(h); 25.981; 26.33
117. Were the CDCCL required markings or placards properly maintained and in place?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017427, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98
118. Verify that exceptional short-term extensions were not granted for FAA-approved Airworthiness Limitations Section items.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017428, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98
119. Verify that the individuals involved with fuel tank maintenance received training about the following:
      #1 FRM or IMM installation goals;
      #2 Certificate holders philosophical approach; and
      #3 Methods of installing, maintaining, inspecting, and altering these systems.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "FLAMMABILITY REDUCTION MEANS") , Rev.  3.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017429, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-98
120. Did the certificate holder follow its Emergency Evacuation System (EES) program requirements?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Procedures, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (OPSPEC = "D105") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00049339, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
D105; AC-43-208; 121.309(b)
121. Were the certificate holder's controls for this element effective in achieving the intended results?



NOTE: Controls associated with this element may include, but are not limited to, hardware, software, special procedures or procedural steps, checklists, or supervisory practices.


Safety Attribute: Controls, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") OR (FAR PART = "135") OR (FAR PART = "145") , Rev.  6.0  07/13/2016, QID: 00010684, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
122. Was the limit of validity clearly distinguishable within the airworthiness limitations section of the CAMP?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Controls, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017384, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
AC-120-104; 121.1115(b); 121.1115(c)
123. Verify that the FAA Principal Maintenance Inspector approved the incorporation of the limit of validity into the airworthiness limitation section of the maintenance program.



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Controls, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") AND (MX PROGRAMS = "LIMIT OF VALIDITY") , Rev.  2.0  01/24/2017, QID: 00017385, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   The records showed compliance had been met
   The records did not show that compliance had been met
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable
121.1115(e)
124. Were the certificate holder's interfaces effective for this element?



NOTE: 


Safety Attribute: Interfaces, Question Type: Output Validation, Scoping Attribute:  (FAR PART = "121") OR (FAR PART = "135") OR (FAR PART = "145") , Rev.  6.0  07/13/2016, QID: 00010686, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW), Status: Released
   Yes
   No
   Not Observable
   Not Applicable


Response Details List EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW) (Released , 1.0)
1 Unclear procedure(s)
2 Conflicting procedure(s)
3 Used workaround(s)
4 Skipped process step(s)
5 Personnel failed to follow process (procedures, guidance, etc)
6 Procedures/guidance not available
7 Procedures/guidance not current
8 Inconsistent procedure(s)
9 Undocumented procedure(s)
10 Minor typographical error(s) (i.e. record entries)
11 Information missing
12 Communication failure(s)
13 Personnel failed to perform task
14 Process failed to meet desired outcome
15 Process oversight failure
16 Equipment/tools not available
17 Equipment/tools not adequate
18 Equipment/tools not calibrated
19 Facilities not adequate
20 Other
Response Details List N/O Response Detail (Released , 1.0)
1 Personnel (i.e. key certificate holder personnel not present/available)
2 Equipment (i.e. equipment not present/available/in serviceable condition)
3 Event did not occur (i.e. the drunk passenger did not show up for the flight...)
4 Time Constraints (i.e. resources/workload)
5 Weather (i.e. weather needed for observation not present or weather made observation impossible)
6 Other
Response Details List N/A Response Detail (Released , 1.0)
1 Operator not authorized by OpSpecs
2 Equipment not equipped/authorized
3 Not applicable due to exemption, deviation, or exception
4 Not authorized by regulation
5 Not authorized by Order
6 Not authorized by Notice
7 Not authorized/recommended by Advisory Circular
8 Not authorized by Policy Letter, Legal Interpretation, or other guidance
9 Other