On Demand Training – Complying with MAG 6
To see all of ARSA’s work on the MAG, visit arsa.org/mag.
For more than two years, ARSA has been leading an industry wide effort to “smooth” implementation of changes 5 (and now 6) to the U.S.-EU Maintenance Annex Guidance. Take advantage of that experience and learn to utilize the association’s Form E100 as a method of compliance with new parts documentation requirements.
Complying with MAG 6 – Completing ARSA Form E100
Description: This session provides an overview of the documentation requirements that United States repair stations with European Aviation Safety Agency part 145 approvals must follow when performing maintenance on EU-registered aircraft and components to be installed thereon—that is, when a “dual release” is issued for the work performed.
Instructors: Marshall S. Filler & Sarah MacLeod
NOTE: Registration for this session is open to any interested participant. However, ARSA Form E100 is available only to association member organizations.
Registration for an on demand, ARSA-provided training session includes:
- Unlimited access to the recording for 90 days.
- A copy of the presentation and all reference material with links to relevant resources and citations.
- A certificate upon completion of the class and any test material.
The association’s training program is provided through Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein, P.L.C., the firm that manages ARSA. To go directly to OFM&K’s online training portal, visit PotomacLaw.inreachce.com. To learn more about the association’s training program and see course availability, visit arsa.org/training.
Previously from ARSA...
August 18, 2016
Access the update from ARSA’s regulatory team on the parts documentation requirements created by changes 5 and 6 to the U.S.-EU Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG). Benefit from clarifying questions asked during the live session and discussion of items of specific concern to participants.
Listening Session & Update: U.S.-EU MAG Parts Documentation Requirements
Session Lead: Marshall S. Filler
November 3, 2015
On Nov. 3, ARSA’s regulatory team hosted a discussion – headlined by Managing Director and General Counsel Marshall S. Filler – of Change 5 to the U.S.-E.U. Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG). The session engaged members in order to complement the association’s assistance to industry as the FAA and EASA work to effectively implement the change.
Filler detailed the regulatory implications of change 5, and then overviewed ARSA-led efforts to address issues resulting from the “new” requirement for FAA Form 8130-3 to accompany parts installed by U.S. repair stations on articles that may be exported to the European Union. Before opening discussion, Filler closed by addressing the MAG change’s remaining “open questions.”
(1) Important MAG Dates
(2) What changed as it relates to documentation requirements for new parts?
(3) What new components are covered by section B, appendix 1, paragraph 10 of MAG CHG 5?
(4) Other paragraph 10(k) requirements pertaining to new parts
(5) What are the current and future regulatory requirements for issuing Form 8130-3 for new parts?
(6) What components are likely to be excepted from the paragraph 10(k) requirement?
(7)What are the other open questions?
(a.) Used parts
(b.) New to Used??
To download a PDF copy of the presentation, which includes links to all references and citations, please click here.
For ARSA members who were unable to attend, a recorded version is available for purchase. Click here for more information and to access the recording.
For specific issues or questions regarding the MAG change or any other issue, ARSA members are encouraged to use the “Ask ARSA First” function to contact the association.
Stay tuned to ARSA’s website for more information on parts documentation requirements (arsa.org/production-certificates) as well as the fifth (arsa.org/mag-change-5) and sixth (arsa.org/mag-change-6) revisions to the U.S.-EU MAG.