Unscoped DCT Report (Standard DCT)


MLF Label: 5.1.2 (OP) Flight Attendant Duty / Rest Time DCT Type: ED DCT Specialty: Operations Peer Group: A - Part 121 Air Operators DCT Revision: 10.0 on 12/28/21 (Released)
Summary Information

Purpose (Certificate Holder Responsibility): To verify compliance with flight attendant duty, flight time and rest periods.
Objective (FAA Responsibility): Determine if the CH will be able to; (1) Comply with regulations; (2) Assign flight attendants to duty and rest periods, and any applicable flight time.

 (OP) Flight Attendant Duty / Rest Time Element includes the following System(s) and Subsystem(s)

Questions Answers Comments
  5.1.2 (OP) Flight Attendant Duty / Rest Time
1   
Do the procedures require that flight attendants may not be scheduled to a duty period greater than 14 hours, except if:

      #1 The duty period is more than 14 hours and no more than 16 hours, there is at least one more flight attendant more than the minimum number required by the OpSpecs;
      #2 The duty period is more than 16 hours and no more than 18 hours, there are at least two more flight attendants than the minimum number required by the OpSpecs; and
      #3 The duty period is more than 18 hours and no more than 20 hours and includes one or more flights that land or take off outside the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia, there are at least three more flight attendants than the minimum number required by the domestic OpSpecs?

REFERENCES: 121.467(b)

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  2  5/21/2014 10:26:20 PM, 

QID:
 00009159, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
2   
Do the procedures require flight attendants who have been on duty for 14 hours or less to have rest requirements of:

      #1 At least 9 consecutive hours between completion of one duty period and the beginning of the next; or
      #2 At least 8 consecutive hours if at least a 10-hour rest period is provided no later than 24 hours after the beginning of the reduced rest period and between the end of the completed duty period and the beginning of the next duty period?

REFERENCES: 8900.1 Vol 3 Ch 33 Sec 6, 121.467(b)

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  2  5/21/2014 10:26:24 PM, 

QID:
 00009163, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
3   
Do the procedures require that if a flight attendant has a duty period of more than 14 hours but no more than 20 hours, they will meet the following rest requirements:

      #1 At least 12 consecutive hours between completion of duty period and the beginning of the next duty period; or
      #2 At least 10 consecutive hours if at least a 14 hour consecutive rest period is provided no later than 24 hours after the beginning of the reduced rest period and between the end of the completed duty period and the beginning of the next duty period?

REFERENCES: 121.467(b)

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  2  5/21/2014 10:26:27 PM, 

QID:
 00009166, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
4   
Do the procedures require that a flight attendant who has had a duty period of more than 14 hours but no more than 20 hours (and if a rest period has been reduced to 10 consecutive hours) may not be assigned to a duty period of more than 14 hours during the 24-hour period starting after the beginning of the reduced rest period?


REFERENCES: 121.467(b)

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  1  5/14/2014 10:51:14 AM, 

QID:
 00009169, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
5   
Do the procedures prohibit assigning a flight attendant to any duty unless that flight attendant has had at least the minimum rest required?


REFERENCES: 121.467(b)

NOTE: The Operator is prohibited from assigning a flight attendant to any duty with the Operator during any required rest period.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  1  5/14/2014 10:51:14 AM, 

QID:
 00009170, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
6   
Do the procedures specify that time spent in transportation (not local in character) is not considered part of a rest period?


REFERENCES: 121.467(b)

NOTE: Time spent transporting a flight attendant to a non-local airport at which the next duty period begins, or transporting the flight attendant to the home station from a non-local airport where the previous duty period ended is not considered part of a rest period.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  1  5/14/2014 10:51:14 AM, 

QID:
 00009171, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
7   
Do the procedures specify that a flight attendant is not considered to be scheduled in excess of duty period limitations if the flights to which the flight attendant is assigned are scheduled and normally terminate within the limitations but due to circumstances beyond the control of the Operator, are not at the time of departure expected to reach their destination within the scheduled time?


REFERENCES: 121.467(b)

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  1  5/14/2014 10:51:14 AM, 

QID:
 00009172, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
8   
Do the procedures require records for each flight attendant showing compliance with flight, duty, and rest time requirements?


REFERENCES: 121.683(a), 121.683(b), 121.683(c)

NOTE: Computer record systems approved by the Administrator may be used for compliance.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) ,  Rev.  1  5/14/2014 10:51:14 AM, 

QID:
 00009173, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
9   
Do the procedures comply with the requirements of Amendment 121-241 59FR42974, which includes:

      #1 If a flight attendant is assigned to an interim break in duty at a hotel (i.e., less than a minimum rest period) that a break is included within the duty period limitations;
      #2 If a flight attendant who reports for duty finds their flight has been canceled and has already begun a duty period, if released and not reassigned, requires a complete rest period;
      #3 The Operator does not manipulate the use of time zones when calculating seven consecutive calendar days; and
      #4 If a flight attendant reports for duty and is later reassigned, the scheduled duty time (before reassignment) must be counted as part of the total duty period?

REFERENCES: 121.467

NOTE: Any changes to a flight attendant's schedule after a duty period begins must be made following the duty period limitations and rest requirements. http://rgl.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Guidance_Library/rgFinalRule.nsf/0/3FEE987E33DE1E598625722D0078909F?OpenDocument

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  2  5/21/2014 10:39:03 PM, 

QID:
 00009174, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
10   
Do the procedures address crewmember and certificate holder responsibilities regarding flight attendant duty and rest requirements, including:

      #1 The certificate holder, not the flight attendant, should be responsible for ensuring that duty limitations and rest requirements are met;
      #2 If a flight attendant is aware that an assignment does not meet duty period or rest requirements, the flight attendant should bring the situation to the certificate holder’s attention (e.g., PIC, crew scheduler, airline management); and
      #3 The PIC should contact the certificate holder (e.g., crew scheduler, airline management) when a flight attendant informs him/her of a duty and rest violation, or the potential of a violation, and cannot initiate an aircraft operation if he/she knows certain safety regulations, including flight attendant duty and rest rules, would be violated?

REFERENCES: 121.467, 121.533(d), 121.535(d), 121.537(d)

NOTE:  This question is based on references within the Preamble to Amendment No. 121-241 59 FR 42974. It is also based on references to legal interpretations: Johnson Interpretation February 1997 PIC Responsibility Regarding Flight Attendant Duty and Rest (within Amaya 2016 Legal Interpretation) found in Regulations Division, Legal Interpretations & Chief Counsel’s Opinions; and Pilot in Command (PIC) Responsibility Regarding Flight Attendant Duty and Rest found in Cabin Safety Regulations, Policies, and Guidance, Cabin Safety Legal Interpretations.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  3  6/25/2020 9:58:26 AM, 

QID:
 00009179, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
11   
Do the procedures require the certificate holder to release the flight attendants from duty for 24 consecutive hours in each 7 consecutive calendar day period?


REFERENCES: 121.467(b)

NOTE: This question applies to OpSpec A032, (flight crewmember duty and rest requirements) or 121.467(b) (flight attendant duty and rest requirements.) Use the appropriate regulatory requirements specific to the Operator’s procedures.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") AND (CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS") AND (OPSPEC = "A319") AND (OPSPEC = "A032") ,  Rev.  3  1/11/2016 9:08:15 AM, 

QID:
 00009189, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
12   
Do the procedures require that flight attendants may not be assigned to perform any duty with the Operator during any required rest period?


REFERENCES: 121.467(b)

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") ,  Rev.  2  5/22/2014 5:27:30 AM, 

QID:
 00009190, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
13   
Do the procedures specify that time spent by any crewmember conducting passenger boarding or deplaning duties is considered duty time?


REFERENCES: 121.467(b)

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) ,  Rev.  2  5/21/2014 10:32:52 PM, 

QID:
 00009198, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
14   
Do the procedures define what the following terms mean and how they apply to flight attendant duty and rest times:

      #1 Calendar day;
      #2 Flight attendant;
      #3 Duty period; and
      #4 Rest period?

REFERENCES: 121.467(a)

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) ,  Rev.  2  5/21/2014 10:28:02 PM, 

QID:
 00009211, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
15   
Do the flight attendant duty and rest procedures specify that:

      #1 A duty period may include non-routine duties when the certificate holder assigns a flight attendant to a mix of these duties along with flight assignments;
      #2 Non-routine duties are considered part of a duty period limit, if the certificate holder schedules, assigns or tells a flight attendant to perform these duties, prior to, in between and in conjunction with an assignment involving flight, regardless of when the flight attendant is made aware of the flight assignment after reporting for the non-routine duties;
      #3 The flight attendant is entitled to the post-duty rest period that corresponds to the hours of that duty period;
      #4 Any other flight attendants who serve in the same minimum crew complement as the flight attendant who performs a mix of these non-routine duties and flight assignments may not exceed a duty period of more than 14 hours; and,
      #5 Any period of time after completing post-flight duties and release from the flight assignment in which a flight attendant performs these non-routine duties is not considered part of the duty period; however, they may not be considered part of any rest periods?

REFERENCES: 121.467(b), 121.467(a)

NOTE:  Non-routine duties include office work, airport ground duties and training. Ref. Morris 2005 Legal Interpretation.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121" ) AND ( CREWMEMBERS = "FLIGHT ATTENDANTS" ) AND ( NOT OPSPEC = "A032" ) ,  Rev.  3  12/28/2021 9:33:49 AM, 

QID:
 00009216, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
16   
Do the procedures, for certificate holder's who apply the flight crewmember flight time, duty limitations, and rest requirements of 14 CFR part 117 to flight attendants, include:

      #1 All flight attendants used in the operation;
      #2 Flight crewmember requirements of 14 CFR part 117, as appropriate, except that rest facilities onboard the aircraft are not required;
      #3 Provisions to add one flight attendant to the minimum number required for each flight crewmember added under 14 CFR part 117;
      #4 Description or reference in their operations specifications; and
      #5 Approval of the Administrator?

REFERENCES: A032, 117.3, 121.467(c)

NOTE: OpSpec A032 must reflect the applicable requirements of 14 CFR part 117.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") AND (OPSPEC = "A032") AND (OPSPEC = "A319") ,  Rev.  2  1/11/2016 9:08:15 AM, 

QID:
 00030912, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
17   
Do procedures specify the appropriate flight time limitations and rest requirements for flight attendants?


REFERENCES: A032, 117.11(a), 117.11(b), 117.11(c), 117.13(a), 117.13(b), 117.15(a), 117.15(b), 117.15(c), 117.15(d), 117.15(e), 117.15(f), 117.17(a), 117.17(b), 117.17(c), 117.17(d), 117.17(e), 117.19(a), 117.19(b), 117.21(a), 117.21(b), 117.21(c), 117.21(d), 117.21(e), 117.23(a), 117.23(b), 117.23(c), 117.25(a), 117.25(b), 117.25(c), 117.25(d), 117.25(e), 117.25(f), 117.25(g), 117.29(a), 117.29(b), 117.29(c), 117.29(d), 117.29(e), 117.29(f), 117.29(g), Appendix Table A to Part 117, Appendix Table B to Part 117, Appendix Table C to Part 117

NOTE: If unforeseen operational circumstances occur after takeoff beyond the operator's control, a flightcrew member may exceed the maximum flight time specified in 14 CFR part 117.23(a) and the cumulative flight time limits in 14 CFR part 117.23(b) to the extent necessary to safely arrive at the next destination airport or alternate, as appropriate.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") AND (OPSPEC = "A032") AND (OPSPEC = "A319") ,  Rev.  2  1/11/2016 9:08:15 AM, 

QID:
 00030974, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
18   
Do procedures for flight attendant fitness for duty requirements specify that:

      #1 Each flight attendant reports for flight duty rested and prepared for duty performance;
      #2 The Operator refrain from assigning and/or a flight attendant refrains from accepting an assignment to a flight-duty period if the flight attendant reports too fatigued to safely perform their assigned duties; and
      #3 Each flight attendant follows the Operator's process to affirmatively state they are fit for duty prior to commencing each flight?

REFERENCES: 117.5(a), 117.5(b), 117.5(c), 117.5(d)

NOTE: The flight attendant’s affirmative fit for duty statement must be in accordance with the Operator's process for each dispatch or flight release, as applicable.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") AND (OPSPEC = "A032") AND (OPSPEC = "A319") ,  Rev.  2  1/11/2016 9:08:15 AM, 

QID:
 00031045, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
19   
Do procedures require that crew schedulers who assign flight attendants under the provisions of 14 CFR part 117, be trained in accordance with an approved fatigue education and awareness program?


REFERENCES: A032, A317, 117.9(a), 117.9(b), A318

NOTE: The requirements of this training program may be found in 14 CFR 117.9(b). Fatigue education and awareness training programs are a requirement of an Operator’s Fatigue Risk Management Plan (FRMP) and/or Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS), as applicable according to their operations specifications.

Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") AND (OPSPEC = "A032") AND (OPSPEC = "A319") ,  Rev.  2  1/11/2016 9:08:15 AM, 

QID:
 00031155, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
20   
Do procedures exist in enough detail to meet the regulatory and guidance requirements for this element to produce the intended results?


Safety Attribute: Procedures,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") ,  Rev.  1  3/13/2018 11:30:19 AM, 

QID:
 00051912, Response Details: EP & ED DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
  Not Applicable
21   
Do controls exist within this element that ensure risks are reduced to an acceptable level?


REFERENCES: 5.53, 5.55, 5.51

Safety Attribute: Controls,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") ,  Rev.  2  3/8/2019 12:47:45 PM, 

QID:
 00051913, Response Details: Controls ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
22   
Does the certificate holder have a method to evaluate the impact of changes on related processes (interfaces) for this element?


Safety Attribute: Interfaces,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") ,  Rev.  2  3/8/2019 12:47:45 PM, 

QID:
 00051914, Response Details: Interfaces ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
23   
Does the process design ensure the individual with responsibility provides both financial and human resources for the safety and quality performance of this element?


REFERENCES: 5.21, 5.23(a), 5.25(a), 5.25(b), 5.25(c)

Safety Attribute: Responsibility,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") ,  Rev.  2  3/8/2019 12:47:45 PM, 

QID:
 00051915, Response Details: Responsibility ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
24   
Is the person with authority clearly identifiable, qualified and knowledgeable to effectively plan, direct and control resources, change procedures and make key determinations including safety risk acceptance decisions for this element?


REFERENCES: 5.23(a), 5.23(b), 5.25(c)

Safety Attribute: Authority,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") ,  Rev.  2  3/8/2019 12:47:48 PM, 

QID:
 00051916, Response Details: Authority ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
25   
Do process measurement(s) exist to evaluate the performance of this element and implement corrective action if necessary?


REFERENCES: 5.71, 5.73, 5.75

Safety Attribute: Process Measurement,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") ,  Rev.  2  3/8/2019 12:47:48 PM, 

QID:
 00051917, Response Details: Process Measurement ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No
26   
Does the process design require that individuals understand their safety role and how it contributes to the safety performance of this element?


REFERENCES: 5.23(a), 5.91, 5.93

Safety Attribute: Safety Ownership,  Question Type: Output Validation,  

Scoping Attribute:
  (FAR PART = "121") ,  Rev.  2  3/8/2019 12:47:46 PM, 

QID:
 00051918, Response Details: Safety Ownership ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW),  Status: Released

  Yes
  No


Response Details List  Authority ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW) (Released, 1.0)
1 Process oversight failure
2 Unacceptable safety risk acceptance
3 Ineffective planning of resources
4 Ineffective use of resources
5 Ineffective control of resources
6 Failure to implement safety risk processes
7 Process owner not clearly identified
8 Unqualified
9 Other
Response Details List  Controls ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW) (Released, 1.0)
1 Failure to identify hazards or ineffective risk controls
2 Failure to develop and maintain risk controls
3 Failure to effectively mitigate risk before applying risk controls
4 Risk controls ineffective
5 Unclear risk controls
6 Failure to assess risk for a new system
7 Failure to assess risk when revising an existing system
8 Failure to assess risk when developing operational procedures
9 Failure to maintain records of outputs of risk control assessments
10 Other
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  Interfaces ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW) (Released, 1.0)
1 Internal communication failure(s)
2 External communication failure(s)
3 Lack of interfaces
4 Inconsistent interfaces
5 Poor coordination between departments and employees
6 Failure of interfaces between processes or procedures
7 Other
Response Details List  Process Measurement ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW) (Released, 1.0)
1 Inadequate monitoring of operations processes
2 Ineffective evaluations of processes or systems
3 Undocumented or insufficient investigations
4 Failure to conduct audits
5 Ineffective audits
6 Failure to detect changes in the operational environment
7 Personnel failed to perform/follow process (procedures, guidance, etc.)
8 Process failed to meet desired outcome
9 Process oversight failure
10 Other
Response Details List  Responsibility ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW) (Released, 1.0)
1 Failed to provide financial resources
2 Failed to provide sufficient human resources
3 Individual not clearly identified
4 Failure to ensure safety of process
5 Failure to oversee operations conducted under the certificate
6 Failed to ensure quality performance of process
7 Process oversight failure
8 Communication failure(s)
9 Other
Response Details List  N/A Response Detail (Released, 2.0)
1 Not applicable or authorized for the certificate holder or applicant
2 Other
Response Details List  Safety Ownership ED/EP/SP DCTs (Both OP and AW) (Released, 3.0)
1 Unaware of or ineffective safety policies or processes
2 Unaware of or ineffective safety related reporting tools
3 Unclear safety policy
4 Ineffective safety related training
5 Lack of safety culture
6 Unclear safety objectives
7 Other