Repair Station Forms Manual [Only] – Revision 1
October 05, 2012
The model forms manual provides forms, letters, lists and other documents along with instructions for their use. It is meant to support the main policies and procedures required to establish compliance with 14 CFR part 145 set forth in the model manual; however, most of the documents can be used in conjunction with any repair station manual.
This forms manual contains three sections—
- Section 1 outlines a revision procedure
- Section 2 contains samples of maintenance and inspection forms and instructions for their use
- Section 3 contains other forms and letters required to comply with other procedures outlined in 14 CFR part 145 and in the model manual
The model forms manual was first published in 2008; revision 1 introduces the following changes and additions—
- List of effective pages
- Enhance revision control procedures
- Form and letter numbering protocol
- Instructions for other forms (those created and maintained by owners/operators)
- Additional forms and letters
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