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Repair Station Quality Manual – Revision 7

The model repair station and quality manual assists companies to develop a repair station and quality control manual that complies with 14 CFR part 145, the associated FAA guidance material and industry best practices. It contains the requirements for both a repair station manual and a quality control manual and can be customized to a particular operation with approximately 20 to 40 hours of work.

This publication is geared towards small to mid-sized companies and will prove most useful to component repair stations. Although directed at domestic repair stations, very few adjustments would be needed to show compliance with foreign repair station requirements.

The manual satisfies Canadian MIP requirements and C.A.S.E. standards; repair stations seeking EASA approval should purchase the EASA Supplement separately (detailed below). The model forms manual (also detailed below) is included with purchase of this model manual.

The model manual was first published in 2003; revision 7 incorporates the following changes and revisions (click this link to see the red-lined changes for revision 7) in response to the new part 145 that went into effect on Nov. 10, 2014—

  • Added falsification of records policy as provided for in § 12.
  • Added the requirement that the FAA accept the repair station’s certificate surrender pursuant to § 55.
  • Renumbered and updated cross-reference table to ensure new provisions are addressed.

Price: ARSA members $800.00; non-members $1,600.00


To get yours, visit arsa.org/publications.



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