OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: 1 On the Daily/Turnaround - Local Card Reference tab, click the Add button . Chapter 5 Maintenance Subsystem 369 A row appears with blank Work Center, Maintenance Record Indicator, and Card Number boxes. 2 Enter the work center and maintenance record indicator and type the card number. 3 To update the new card number, click Save. # To delete card Numbers on the daily/turnaround - local card reference: 1 On the Daily/Turnaround - Local Card Reference tab, select the applicable row that you want to delete. 2 Click Delete. 3 Respond to the Table Deletion prompt accordingly. Maintenance Control Managers As a Maintenance Control manager, you are responsible for ensuring that the inspections, servicing, and configuration of the aircraft are completed and the aircraft is safe for flight before the pilot-in-command acceptance. For an overview of the complete procedures, see Add a New A-Sheet to the Acceptance for Flight Tab (on page 365). # To ensure inspections, servicing, and configuration of aircraft is completed and aircraft is safe for flight: 1 On the Acceptance for Flight tab, A-Sheet sub tab, click the Add button. 2 At the A-Sheet Save prompt, click Yes. 3 Respond accordingly whether or not the A-Sheet is for a Hot Seating situation. 4 Respond accordingly whether or not to override the Daily Inspection. 5 At the Error prompt stating that a Daily/Turnaround inspection is not done yet, click OK. 6 At this point, assign inspection to the Plane Captain or work center personnel to complete the required inspection. For procedures, see Daily/Turnaround Maintenance Record Procedures (on page 366). 7 Click Save. 8 Click the A-Sheet sub tab. Once the Plane Captain signed off the Plane Captain field, the Safe for Flight field becomes available. 9 On the A-Sheet sub tab, the Maintenance Control Manager or any other designated authorized personnel to sign for safety of flight must sign the A-Sheet off. 10 The cursor then moves to the Pilot field. For procedures, see Pilot-inCommand (on page 370). 370 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Pilot-in-Command As pilot-in-command, you are authorized to initiate a new A-Sheet in a hot seating situation. However, in most cases, the A-Sheet is almost complete with all the required components such as servicing data and inspection, it only needs your signature after your complete review of the ADB. You are the only authorized person who can sign the AIA record before the scheduled flight. Your signature on the AIA signifies that you assume full responsibility for the safe operation of the aircraft and its equipment and safety of personnel on board. For an overview of the complete procedures, see Add a New A-Sheet to the Acceptance for Flight Tab (on page 365). # To initiate a new A-Sheet in a hot seating situation: 1 On the Acceptance for Flight tab, click the Add button. 2 At the A-Sheet Save prompt to add a new A-Sheet, click Yes. 3 Respond accordingly whether or not the A-Sheet is for a Hot Seating situation. 4 Respond acc...
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