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Project CS 10/07 - Amend CAAP 51-2 " Detecting and Reporting Suspected Unapproved Parts" to address an ICAO Audit Finding and recommendation

Topic code: 
Aircraft Registration, Marking and Certification
Project status: 
Closed

History

This project is now closed.

4 Jun 2010

CAAP 51-2(1) - Detecting and Reporting Suspected Unapproved Parts

This CAAP has been amended and is available on the CASA Website.

21 May 2010

Final CAAP 51-2(1) - Detecting and Reporting Suspected Unapproved Parts

This final CAAP is now available on the CASA website.

16 Apr 2010

Draft CAAP 51-2(1) - Detecting and Reporting Suspected Unapproved Parts

Comments on this draft CAAP are to be forwarded to Pieter Van Dijk - Pieter.VanDijk@casa.gov.au by COB Friday 30 April.

5 Mar 2010

Project CS 10/07 - Amend CAAP 51-2 " Detecting and Reporting Suspected Unapproved Parts" to address an ICAO Audit Finding and recommendation.

This project is now completed. Refer to Project Closure Notes for further information.

Project closure notes

Project closed: 3 Sept 10

CAAP 51-2(1) has been amended.

Issue

CAAP 51-2(0) ?Detecting and Reporting Unapproved Parts? provides guidance to the aviation community for detecting suspected unapproved parts and reporting them to the Authority.

During the ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit of Australia, ICAO recommended that further guidance for Industry be developed to include:

  • The reporting of unapproved parts
  • The proper usage of parts removed from the aircraft no longer in service
  • The disposal of scrapped parts

Project Objective

To add the following procedures to CAAP 51-2 to address the ICAO finding:

  1. the reporting of unapproved parts to type certificate holders and regulatory agencies;
  2. the proper usage of parts removed from the aircraft no longer in service; and
  3. the disposal of scrapped parts.

Status

This project was approved by Peter Boyd on 5 March 2010.

Project management

Project Leader: Pieter Van Dijk

Project Sponsor: Peter Boyd, Executive Manager, Standards Development & Future Technology

Standards Development Project Manager: Pieter Van Dijk

Project Priority

High