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1

What is MOE?
What does it do?

Maintenance Organisation Exposition.

It is a book which explains how the organisation is going to comply with Part-145

2

What are the facility requirements?

Appropriate for all planned work, provide adequate protection from weather and contamination.

3

What are the personnel requirements?

Accountable manager
Nominated people responsible for ensuring compliance
Quality manager
Man hour plan (minimum of 50% permanent)
(reviewed every 3 months)

4

Do personnel certifying the release to service of components need to be part 66 license holders?

No.

5

What is Pre-flight Airworthiness Directive not classed as?

Maintenance (flight crew can carry it out)

6

How many parts does the MOE comprise of ?

Eight

7

What is considered a direct approval of the MOE?

Changes requiring approval by the NAA
-Changes of managers
etc.

8

What is considered an indirect approval of the MOE?

Amendments that are not required to be approved by the NAA
-Reordering pages
-Spelling mistakes

All that can be processed in house

9

How is an approval of the MOE kept valid?

The company has to remain in compliance with Part-145 and the competent authorities are granted at all times

10

What are the two types of finding during an NAA audit?

Level 1 - Significant non-compliance with Part-145 that can seriously alter the flight safety.

Level 2 - Any other non-compliance with Part-156 that can lower the standards and possibly be a hazard to flight safety.

11

What is the purpose if the EASA form 1?

The certificate which is issued for every component which is to be fitted to an aircraft.

12

What type of aircraft must be maintained in accordance with Part-145?

-Commercial Aircraft
-Aircraft over 5700kg MTOM
-Twin-engined Helicopters

13

Organisations have to have suitable facility requirements to operate as a Part-145. Name some examples

-Temperature and lightning control
-Minimum noise
-Segregated workstations(dirty and clean work areas)
-Protection from the elements
-Storage
-Offices

14

Who appoints the Quality Manager?

The Accountable Manager.

15

How many sub-contracted staff can a man hour plan facilitate?

No more than 50%

16

How often should the man hour plan be reviewed?

Every 3 months a a minimum

17

Who carries out NDT ( on Aircraft?

Specific qualified staff.

18

What is the only NDT method that a B1 engineer can carry out?

Dye penetrant test

19

What must any component certifying staff comply with?

Part-66

20

In some cases, a repetitive Airworthiness Directive can be carried out by who?

Flight crew - not necessary by a part-66 holder.
Competence of the employee should first be assessed by the organisation.

21

What er the 5 classifications of components?

- Serviceable
- Unserviceable
- Unsalvagable
- Standard parts
- Materials

22

What are examples of maintenance data which need to be kept up to date?

- Airworthiness Directive,
- Service bulletin
- Procedures

23

How long after an employee leaves a company should records be kept for?

Minimum of 3 years.

24

When can maintenance instructions only be modified?

In accordance with procedure in Maintenance Organisation Exposition (MOE)

25

What must third party work sheets have procedures for?

Training staff.

26

How long can a temporary item be fitted for?

Removed / approved within 30 hours or on return to base.

27

What must be kept in a maintenance record?

Copy of each CRS to aircraft operator, with any data used for repairs and modifications.

28

During continuation training, what should also be included?

Must include some human factors training.

29

What does CRS stand for?

Certificates of Release to Service

30

All components fitted to an aircraft must have an EASA form 1. When is it permissible to not have this?

If an aircraft is grounded at a remote location away from its main base or any line station and there is no suitably certified component available.