51_2 - CAAP 51-2(1) Civil Aviation Advisory Publication...

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May 2010 CAAP 51-2(1) Detecting and Reporting Suspected Unapproved Parts The relevant regulations and other references Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR) Part 21. Civil Aviation Regulations (CARs) 35, 36, 42W, 42ZA and 51. Civil Aviation Order (CAO) 100.16. To whom this CAAP applies Any member of the aviation community, including aircraft maintenance personnel and organisations, manufacturers and distributors of aeronautical products. Why this publication was written This publication provides guidance to the aviation community for detecting suspected unapproved aircraft parts and reporting them to the appropriate Authorities, the proper usage of parts removed from aircraft and the disposal of scrapped parts. Status of this CAAP This is the second Civil Aviation Advisory Publication (CAAP) on this subject. For further information Contact CASA Service Difficulty Reporting (SDR) Section or your nearest Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Office. Civil Aviation Advisory Publication Revised May 2010 This publication is only advisory but it gives a CASA preferred method for complying with the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 (CAR). It is not the only method, but experience has shown that if you follow this method you will comply with the Civil Aviation Regulations. Read this advice in conjunction with the appropriate regulations. Contents 1. Acronyms 2 2. Definitions 3 3. Introduction 7 4. Detection procedures 8 5. Reporting guidelines 11 6. Handling of reported information by CASA 12 7. Notification of unapproved SUPs to industry 12 8. Use of parts removed from aircraft no longer in service 13 9. Disposal of scrapped parts 13 Appendix A – Suspected Unapproved Parts Report 14
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2 CAAP 51-2(1): Detecting and reporting suspected unapproved parts May 2010 AD Airworthiness Directive APIS Approved Production Inspection System APMA Australian Parts Manufacturer Approval ATSOA Australian Technical Standard Order Authorisation CAAP Civil Aviation Advisory Publication CAR Civil Aviation Regulation 1988 CASR Civil Aviation Safety Regulation FAA Federal Aviation Administration (of the United States of America) ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization NAA National Airworthiness Authority PAH Production Approval Holder PC Production Certificate PMA Parts Manufacturer Approval SDR Service Difficulty Reporting STC Supplemental Type Certificate SUP Suspected unauthorised part TC Type Certificate TSO Technical Standard Order 1. Acronyms
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CAAP 51-2(1): Detecting and reporting suspected unapproved parts 3 May 2010 Approved Part. A part which is produced in accordance with the means outlined in CASR Part 21, is maintained in accordance with the applicable regulations, and meets applicable design standards. The term ‘approved part’ is not synonymous with ‘a part that has received a formal CASA approval.’ Approved parts are identified as parts which have met one of the following requirements: The part meets the requirements of CAR 42W; The part is produced in accordance with an Australian Parts Manufacturer Approval (APMA)
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51_2 - CAAP 51-2(1) Civil Aviation Advisory Publication...

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