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Project CS 11/23 - Advisory Circular - AC 145-2(0) Human Factors Guidelines for Aircraft Maintenance Organisations

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

History

This project is now closed.

18 Nov 2011

Final AC 145-2(0) – Human Factors Guidelines for Aircraft Maintenance

This Final AC is available on the CASA website.

Project CS 11/23 - Advisory Circular AC 145-2(0) Human Factors guidelines for Aircraft Maintenance Organisations

This project is now closed.

Refer to the project closure notes for further information.

18 Oct 2011

Draft AC 145-2(0) – Human Factors Guidelines for Aircraft Maintenance

Comments on this draft AC are to be forwarded to Carlie Brewer (carlie.brewer@casa.gov.au) in the Standards Development Branch by close of business 1 November 2011.

4 Aug 2011

Project CS 11/23 - Advisory Circular AC 145-2(0) Human Factors guidelines for Aircraft Maintenance Organisations

Project approved.

Closure notes

Project closed 18 November 2011.

Final AC 145-2(0) - Human Factors Guidelines for Aircraft Maintenance has been published.

Issue

Current Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR) Part 145 Manual of Standards (MOS) requires an Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) to take into account human factors principles and human performance limitations. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has published a guidance manual in relation to these requirements - Human Factors Guidelines for Aircraft Maintenance Manual (ICAO Doc 9824).

Establishment of an Advisory Circular will provide guidance additional material to AMO's based on the ICAO guidelines.

Objective

Development of Advisory Circular AC 145-2(0) will provide guidance for AMO's on the assessing, drafting and maintaining of human factors principles and human performance limitations to a standard required by the CASR Part 145 AMO approval certificate.

Status

This project was approved by Peter Boyd, Executive Manager Standards Development & Future Technology on 1 August 2011.

Project management

Project Leader: Nick Ward, Certification & Airworthiness Standards

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

Standards Development Project Officer: Danielle Masters

Project priority

Medium