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This order amends the Civil Aviation Order 104.0 in relation to the grant of certificates of approval.
Administered by: Infrastructure and Transport
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 s 54(2) item 9
Registered 04 Apr 2012
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR08-May-2012
Tabled Senate10-May-2012
Date of repeal 19 Mar 2014
Repealed by Civil Aviation (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014

I, john francis mcCORMICK, Director of Aviation Safety, on behalf of CASA, make this instrument under subregulation 30 (3) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.

[Signed John F. McCormick]

John F. McCormick
Director of Aviation Safety

29 March 2012

Civil Aviation Order 104.0 Amendment Instrument 2012 (No. 1)

1          Name of instrument

                 This instrument is the Civil Aviation Order 104.0 Amendment Instrument 2012 (No. 1).

2          Commencement

                 This instrument commences on the day after registration.

3          Amendment of Civil Aviation Order 104.0

                 Schedule 1 amends Civil Aviation Order 104.0.

Schedule 1          Amendments

[1]        Before subsection 1

insert

1A       Name of instrument

    1A.1     This instrument is the Civil Aviation Order 104.0 (Certificates of approval — application, grant and conditions).

[2]        Paragraph 1.1

after

seeking

insert

or holding

[3]        Paragraph 2.1, Definitions

insert

ATA, followed by a number, is a code to indicate that the scope of an excluded system is the same as that described in the same code used in the publications of the Air Transport Association.

CAR 1988 means the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.

CASR 1998 means the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.

category B1 licence holder has the same meaning as in subregulation 66.010 (1) of CASR 1998.

category B2 licence holder has the same meaning as in subregulation 66.010 (1) of CASR 1998.

COA holder means a person who holds a certificate of approval under regulation 30 of CAR 1988 for maintenance of aircraft, aircraft components or aircraft materials.

E, followed by a number, is a CASA code used to identify the excluded system and is for reference only.

excluded system means an excluded system mentioned in Appendix 1.

excluded system employee means an employee of a COA holder who is a category B1 licence holder, or a category B2 licence holder, but whose licence does not permit maintenance on an excluded system mentioned in Appendix 1.

excluded type means a type of aircraft or aircraft engine mentioned in Appendix 2.

excluded type employee means an employee of a COA holder who is a category B1 licence holder, or a category B2 licence holder, but whose licence is not endorsed with a rating or part of a rating for maintenance on an aircraft or an aircraft engine mentioned in Appendix 2.

[4]        Paragraph 3.3 (including the Note)

omit

[5]        Paragraph 3.4

omit

[6]        After subsection 4

insert

5              Excluded system employees — conditions for COA training and assessment

       5.1     A COA holder may issue a certification authorisation to an excluded system employee (the employee) for carrying out maintenance on an excluded system mentioned in Appendix 1 in accordance with this subsection.

       5.2     A certification authorisation may only be issued once for the employee, and only for a period of 6 months.

       5.3     Before issuing the certification authorisation, the COA holder must provide, and the employee must successfully complete, training and assessment in the excluded system.

       5.4     The training and assessment mentioned in paragraph 5.3 must be in accordance with the COA holder’s quality control manual, as approved in writing by CASA for training and assessment in the excluded system.

       5.5     Before commencing the training and assessment mentioned in paragraph 5.3, the COA holder must be, in respect of maintenance on the excluded system to be performed by the employee:

(a)   a CASA delegate for subregulation 42ZC (6) of CAR 1988, who may authorise a person for the purposes of paragraph 42ZC (3) (d) or 42ZC (4) (e) (as the case requires); or

(b)   an authorised person for subregulation 42ZC (7), who may authorise a person for the purposes of paragraph 42ZC (3) (d).

       5.6     The COA holder must give a notice of completion of training and assessment (in the approved form) to the employee and to CASA as soon as the employee has done the following:

(a)   successfully completed the training and assessment in the excluded system; and

(b)   provided maintenance services that include the performing of maintenance certification or the issuing of certificates of release to service for maintenance under his or her certification authorisation, for a period of 6 months after commencement of the authorisation.

Note   Receipt of the notice will enable CASA to consider removal of the relevant exclusion from the employee’s rating.

6              Excluded type employees — conditions for COA training and assessment

       6.1     A COA holder may issue a certification authorisation to an excluded type employee (the employee) for carrying out maintenance on an excluded type of aircraft or aircraft engine mentioned in Appendix 2, in accordance with this subsection.

       6.2     However, a COA holder must not issue a certification authorisation mentioned in paragraph 6.1 for any aircraft engine mentioned in Appendix 2 whose reference is annotated with the words “MTO or CAR 327 only”.

Note   Annotated powerplants (engines) require CASA approved type training which may only be delivered by a CASR Part 147 maintenance training organisation (MTO), or by a COA holder to whom regulation 327 of CAR 1988 applies.

       6.3     A certification authorisation may only be issued once for the employee, and only for a period of 6 months.

       6.4     Before issuing the certification authorisation, the COA holder must provide, and the employee must successfully complete, training and assessment in the excluded type.

       6.5     The training and assessment mentioned in paragraph 6.3 must be in accordance with the COA holder’s quality control manual, as approved in writing by CASA for training and assessment in the excluded type.

       6.6     Before commencing the training and assessment mentioned in paragraph 6.3, the COA holder must be, in respect of maintenance on the excluded type to be performed by the employee:

(a)   a CASA delegate for subregulation 42ZC (6) of CAR 1988, who may authorise a person for the purposes of paragraph 42ZC (3) (d) or 42ZC (4) (e) (as the case requires); or

(b)   an authorised person for subregulation 42ZC (7), who may authorise a person for the purposes of paragraph 42ZC (3) (d).

       6.7     The COA holder must give a notice of completion of training and assessment (in the approved form) to the employee and to CASA as soon as the employee has done the following:

(a)   successfully completed the training and assessment in the excluded type; and

(b)   provided maintenance services that include the performing of maintenance certification or the issuing of certificates of release to service for maintenance under his or her certification authorisation, for a period of 6 months after commencement of the authorisation.

Note   Receipt of the notice will enable CASA to consider removal of the relevant exclusion from the employee’s rating or issuing a relevant rating.

7              Excluded type employees — manufacturer’s training and assessment

       7.1     A COA holder may issue a certification authorisation to an excluded type employee (the employee) for carrying out maintenance on an excluded type of aircraft or aircraft engine mentioned in Appendix 2 in accordance with this subsection.

       7.2     However, a COA holder must not issue a certification authorisation mentioned in paragraph 7.1 for any aircraft engine mentioned in Appendix 2 whose reference is annotated with the words “MTO or CAR 327 only”.

Note   Annotated powerplants (engines) require CASA approved type training which may only be delivered by a CASR Part 147 MTO, or by a COA holder to whom regulation 327 of CAR 1988 applies.

       7.3     A certification authorisation for the employee may only be issued once, and only for a period of 6 months.

       7.4     Before issuing the certification authorisation, the COA holder must be satisfied that the employee has been successfully trained and assessed by the manufacturer of the aircraft or the aircraft engine to perform maintenance on the aircraft or the aircraft engine.

       7.5     The manufacturer’s training and assessment mentioned in paragraph 7.4, and any additional or supplemental training and assessment by the COA holder, must be in accordance with the COA holder’s quality control manual as approved in writing by CASA for training and assessment under this subsection.

       7.6     Before permitting the employee to commence manufacturer’s training and assessment mentioned in paragraph 7.4, the COA holder must be, in respect of maintenance on the excluded type to be performed by the employee:

(a)   a CASA delegate for subregulation 42ZC (6) of CAR 1988, who may authorise a person for the purposes of paragraph 42ZC (3) (d) or 42ZC (4) (e) (as the case requires); or

(b)   an authorised person for subregulation 42ZC (7), who may authorise a person for the purposes of paragraph 42ZC (3) (d).

       7.7     The COA holder must give a notice of completion of training and assessment (in the approved form) to the employee and to CASA as soon as the employee has done the following:

(a)   successfully completed the manufacturer’s training and assessment; and

(b)   provided maintenance services that include the performing of maintenance certification or the issuing of certificates of release to service for maintenance under his or her certification authorisation, for a period of 6 months after commencement of the authorisation.

Note   Receipt of the notice will enable CASA to consider removal of the relevant exclusion from the employee’s rating or issuing a relevant rating.

[7]        Appendix I

substitute

Appendix 1         Excluded systems

Note   Excluded systems are sometimes described with the prefix “Excluded”.

E6          Avionic LRUs

E11        Audio CVR systems

E12        Propellers

E13        Hydraulics — ATA29

E14        Vapour cycle air-conditioning aspects of ATA21

E15        Air-conditioning aspects of ATA21

E16        Pressurisation aspects of ATA21

E18        ADF systems

E19        VOR systems

E20        ILS systems

E21        Weather radar systems

E22        ATC transponder systems

E23        Radio altimeter systems

E24        DME systems

E25        Doppler systems

E26        Satellite navigation systems

E27        Autopilots

E28        Multi-axis autopilots

E29        Remote indicating compass systems

E30        Inertial navigation and reference systems

E31        Pressurisation systems

E32        Electrical systems in aircraft equipped with multi-generator powered systems

E33        Supercharging

E34        Digital systems

E35        Pressurised structures

E36        Carburettor systems

E37        Fuel injection systems

E38        Turbo supercharging systems

E39        Airframe ice protection systems

E40        Airframe fire protection systems

E41        Oxygen systems

E42        Landing gear retraction systems

E43        Fabric other than flight controls

E44        Wiring repairs

[8]        Appendix II

substitute

Appendix 2         Excluded types

PART 1 – AEROPLANES

Type certificate holder

Aeroplane model

Name

Type rating endorsement

BAE SYSTEMS

Jetstream 3101

Jetstream 3202

Jetstream 31

Jetstream 32/32EP

Jetstream 31/32
(Honeywell TPE331 MTO or CAR 327 only)

HAWKER BEECHCRAFT Corporation

300

300LW

B300

B300C

Super King Air

Super King Air

Super King Air 350

Super King Air 350 C

Beech 300 Series
(PWC PT6 MTO or CAR 327 only)

1900

1900C (C-12J)

1900D

Airliner

Beech 1900
(PWC PT6 MTO or CAR 327 only)

M7 AEROSPACE LP

SA226-T

SA226-TC

SA226-AT

SA226-T(B)

 

Fairchild SA226
(Honeywell TPE331 MTO or CAR 327 only)

SA227-AT

SA227-TT

SA227-CC

SA227-DC

 

Fairchild 227
(Honeywell TPE331 MTO or CAR 327 only)

SA227-AC

SA227-BC

Swearingen Metro

SA227-PC

Swearingen Metro

Fairchild SA227 Metro III
(PWC PT6 MTO or CAR 327 only)

McDONNELL DOUGLAS Corporation

DC3-G102

DC3-G102A

DC3-G103A

DC3-G202A

 

McD DC3
(Wright R1820)

DC3A-SCG

DC3A-SC3G

DC3A-S1CG

DC3A-S1C3G

DC3A-S4C4G

DC3C-SC3G

DC3C-S1C3G – S4C4G

DC3C-R-1830-90C

DC3D-R-1830-90C

 

McD DC3
(PW R1830)

DC-4

 

McD DC4 (PW R2000)

PILATUS AIRCRAFT

PC-12

PC-12/45

PC-12/47

PC-12/47E

 

Pilatus PC-12
(PWC PT6 MTO or CAR 327 only)

SOCOTA

G73

 

Grumman G73
(PWC PT6 MTO or CAR 327 only)

Note   Annotated powerplants require CASA approved type training.

 

PART 2 – HELICOPTERS

Type certificate holder

Aeroplane

model

Name

Type rating endorsement

AGUSTA

A.B.212

 

Bell 212/Agusta AB212
(PWC PT6 MTO or CAR 327 only)

BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON

212

 

222SP

 

Bell 222
(RR Corp 250 MTO or CAR 327 only)

222

222B

222U

 

Bell 222
(Honeywell LTS 101 MTO or CAR 327 only)

412

412EP

412CF

 

Bell 412/Agusta AB412
(PWC PT6 MTO or CAR 327 only)

AGUSTA

A.B.412

A.B.412 EP

 

BELL HELICOPTER
CANADA

230

Executive/Utility/
EMS

Bell 230
(RR Corp 250 MTO or CAR 327 only)

BELL HELICOPTER
TEXTRON

430

 

Bell 430
(RR Corp 250 MTO only)

EUROCOPTER

SA 365 N

Dauphin 2

Eurocopter SA 365 N
(Turbomeca Arriel 1
MTO or CAR 327 only)

SA 365 N1

SA 365 N2

 

Eurocopter SA 365 N1, AS 365 N2
(Turbomeca Arriel 1
MTO or CAR 327 only)

Note   Annotated powerplants require CASA approved type training.