Service Difficulty Reporting
561.15 The holder of a manufacturer certificate shall report to the Minister, in accordance with Division IX of Subpart 21 of Part V, any reportable service difficulty related to an aeronautical product being manufactured.
- SOR/2005-348, s. 4;
- SOR/2009-280, s. 29.
Cessation of Manufacturing
561.16 The holder of a manufacturer certificate shall notify the Minister in writing of the permanent cessation of the manufacture of an aeronautical product specified in the manufacturer certificate within 30 days after cessation.
- SOR/2005-348, s. 4.
Subpart 71 — Aircraft Maintenance Requirements
571.01 This Subpart applies, with the exception of ultra-light aeroplanes and hang gliders, in respect of the maintenance and elementary work performed on
(a) Canadian aircraft;
(b) foreign aircraft operated under Part IV or VII;
(c) foreign aircraft, other than aircraft referred to in paragraph (b), if the maintenance or elementary work is performed under the terms of an agreement or technical arrangement between Canada and the state of registry of the aircraft; and
(d) parts intended for installation on aircraft referred to in paragraphs (a) to (c).
- SOR/2000-404, s. 3.
Maintenance and Elementary Work Performance Rules
571.02 (1) Subject to subsection (2), a person who performs maintenance or elementary work on an aeronautical product shall use the most recent methods, techniques, practices, parts, materials, tools, equipment and test apparatuses that are
(a) specified for the aeronautical product in the most recent maintenance manual or instructions for continued airworthiness developed by the manufacturer of that aeronautical product;
(b) equivalent to those specified by the manufacturer of that aeronautical product in the most recent maintenance manual or instructions for continued airworthiness; or
(c) in accordance with recognized industry practices at the time the maintenance or elementary work is performed.
(2) A person who performs maintenance or elementary work pursuant to subsection (1) shall ensure that any measuring device or test equipment used
(a) meets the specifications of the manufacturer of the aeronautical product with respect to accuracy, taking into account the intended use; and
(b) if calibration requirements are published by the manufacturer of the measuring device or test equipment, is calibrated by means traceable to a national standard.
(3) Except if the work is performed in respect of an aircraft that is operated under a special certificate of airworthiness in the owner-maintenance or amateur-built classification, no person shall supervise, or perform without supervision, an inspection using a method set out in column I of an item of Schedule I to this Subpart unless the person holds the personnel certification set out in column II of that item.
- SOR/2002-112, s. 4;
- SOR/2003-122, s. 1.
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