Consultation draft - proposed amendments to maintenance release and general provisions of Civil Aviation Order 100.5 (CD 1615MS)

Closed 29 Sep 2017

Opened 1 Sep 2017

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Overview

In 2015, CASA identified a number of airworthiness directives (ADs)—that prescribed general maintenance requirements—that did not satisfy the requirements under Part 39 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR) for the issue of an AD . CASA published a consultation draft (CD 1423MS) proposing the transfer of the maintenance requirements to Civil Aviation Order (CAO) 100.5 and subsequently transferred these requirements through Civil Aviation Order 100.5 Amendment Instrument 2015 (No.1).

Subsequent feedback from industry has revealed a number of unintended consequences. CASA now proposes to amend CAO 100.5 to correct the matters raised in industry feedback, accommodate a number of policy developments, clarify some aspects of existing policy, and update the instructions for preparing, issuing and using the CASA maintenance release.

Why We Are Consulting

CASA recognises the valuable contribution that community and industry consultation makes to the regulatory development process. This consultation draft sets out the proposed changes to CAO 100.5 and CAAP 43-01, and new guidance provided in CAAP 100.5-01.

A copy of the briefing paper is provided below. You can read it on this screen using the scroll bar or save it to your computer using the popup options. The draft CAO 100.5 amendment instrument and both CAAPs are provided in the 'related' section further down this page.

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What Happens Next

At the end of the response period for public comment, we will register and review each comment and submission received through the online response form, but will not acknowledge individual responses. We will consider the submissions to this Consultation Draft before making any change to the regulations or other legislative instrument.

We will make all submissions publicly available on the CASA website unless a respondent requests that their submission remain confidential. Information about how we consult and how to make a confidential submission is available on the CASA website.

When the CD submissions are published we will also publish a summary of consultation. The summary of consultation will summarise the feedback received, detail our plans for future policy, and outline any further consultation or planned rule making on this subject.

If we do change the rules, we will not publish an NFRM; information about the rule making will be available in the Explanatory Statement that is published with the final rule on the Federal Register of Legislation. You can subscribe to our consultation and rule making mailing list to be notified of future consultation or rule making on this subject.

Audiences

  • Airworthiness organisations

Interests

  • Airworthiness / maintenance