Thanks to the sharp eyes of hotline readers, ARSA was able to correct an error in this month’s Regulatory Compliance Training. As the association often does, it turned the chance for a small edit into a complete overhaul of the material.
ARSA continually strives to provide its members with the most accurate and complete regulatory resources possible. Thank you to the pro-active members who assisted in improving this month’s training by noting the original error. This is exactly the kind of focused engagement on which the aviation maintenance community depends.
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