Flashcards in NAVEDTRA 14022, AMR, Ch. 6 Deck (52)
What can be defined as the act of guiding, directing, overseeing, evaluating, and controlling the activities of others in the accomplishment of an objective?
Who is responsible for and directs the work of others?
What is primarily a means of relieving you of details?
Which type of maintenance can be defined as maintenance that is required by hours, calendar periods (days or weeks), and starts?
A directive classified ROUTINE ACTION must be accomplished within how many months of the date of issue?
What is probably the most important single aid in estimating time and personnel requirements for maintenance tasks?
What is one of the best tools for ensuring a smooth flow of information about maintenance between shifts and other supervisors?
Daily maintenance meeting
What division determines deficiencies, analyzes discrepancy trends, prescribes inspection procedures, and determines the quality of maintenance accomplished?
What is the examination (including testing) of supplies and services, including raw material, documents, data, components, and assemblies?
What is a planned and systematic pattern of actions necessary to provide confidence that the product will perform satisfactorily in service?
What is a periodic or special evaluation of details, plans, policies, procedures, products, directives, and records?
What is served when QA monitors the complete maintenance effort of the department and furnishes the factual feedback of discrepancies and deficiencies?
The person with the most direct concern for quality workmanship is the what?
The quality assurance responsibilities assigned to the QA division include using information from the maintenance data reports (MDRs) and what reports to develop discrepancy trends, and to identify failure areas or other maintenance problems?
The completed check flight checklists are retained in the aircraft maintenance files for a minimum of how many months, or one phase cycle, whichever is greater?
What are the maintenance personnel assigned to the QA division known as?
When activities with how many or less aircraft assigned or small OMDs elect to organize a QA division, the QA officer and the QA supervisor will be permanently assigned?
Usually, in a small OMD under a one work center concept, qualified personnel are designated as what to carry out the QA verification functions?
QARs and what else must be highly qualified personnel with the ability to ensure quality of maintenance within their technical areas?
Who are the nucleus of the QA division?
All personnel considered for selection as a QAR should be in what grade or above?
Billet descriptions are prepared for QA division personnel to ensure that all QA functions and responsibilities, covered in the what?
Permanent CDQARs may be assigned when the activity maintains how many or less aircraft and is organized according to guidelines set forth in the NAMP?
According to what instruction, QARs should attend a Fleet Aviation Specialized Operational Training Group Detachment QA course?
Who are responsible for establishing and maintaining training programs for production personnel involved with QA functions?
QARs, CDQARs, and CDIs must be designated in writing by whom?
What are required in an intermediate maintenance activity/aircraft intermediate maintenance department (IMA/AIMD), but are optional at organizational-level maintenance?
At which level are QA stamps to be used by QARs and CDQARs only?
Once a QA stamp is turned in by an inspector, either due to transfer or loss of qualifications, it may not be reassigned within a period of how long?