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Temporary management instructions

A temporary management instruction (TMI) is used to provide administrative and/or technical guidance or instructions to staff prior to formal amendment of a CASA manual.

Part 141 Sample Operations Manual and Part 141 Assessments

TMI 09/2018
Effective 29 May 2017
Expires 30 September 2018
Related manual: Part 141 Technical Assessor Handbook

The purpose of this Temporary Management Instruction (TMI) is to provide guidance and direction to Inspectors and other CASA persons (‘assessors’), who conduct entry control assessments of CASR Part 141 Operations Manuals (either for new entrants or those FTOs transitioning) that have been developed using the Part 141 SOM as a template.

Part 142 Sample Exposition and Part 142 Assessments

TMI 08/2018
Effective 29 May 2017
Expires 30 November 2018
Related manual: Part 142 Technical Assessor Handbook

The purpose of this Temporary Management Instruction (TMI) is to provide guidance and direction to Inspectors and other CASA persons (‘assessors’), who conduct entry control assessments of CASR Part 142 expositions (either for new entrants or those FTOs transitioning) that have been developed using the Part 142 SE as a template.

NVIS helicopter fire bombing

TMI-2017-001
Published November 2017
Expiry: January 2018

This TMI specifies the CASA policy for processing helicopter AOC holder applications for NVIS Fire Bombing and the issue of the associated CAO 82.6 operator approvals for this task.

International operations - assessment of foreign aircraft air operator's certificate and non-scheduled flight permissions

TMI-2015-008
Published May 2015
Expiry May 2017

The purpose of this TMI is to provide guidance to staff within International Operations section when assessing an application for a FAAOC or NSFP pending the adoption of a more fully developed policy.

Part 42 CAMO approval - voluntary

TMI-2015-001
Published March 2015
Expiry March 2017

This TMI provides notification and direction to all CASA personnel involved in the receipt, application and approval of a CAMO approval for aircraft that are used under an AOC for the purposes of charter or aerial work, and for which the registered operator has elected to have the aircraft’s airworthiness managed by a Part 42 CAMO.

Last modified: 10 July 2019