First Implementing Regulation On The Regulation For The Testing Of Aviation Equipment

Original Language Title: Erste Durchführungsverordnung zur Verordnung zur Prüfung von Luftfahrtgerät

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First Regulation implementing the Regulation for the examination of aeronautical equipment (1. DV LuftGerPV)

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1. DV LuftGerPV

Date of delivery: 26.07.1999

Full quote:

" First implementing regulation of the Regulation for the examination of aeronautical equipment of 26 April 1999. July 1999 (BAnz. 1999 No. 143 p. 12949) "

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pursuant to section 32 (4) sentence 1 and 3 of the Aviation Act, as amended by the Notice of 27 March March 1999 (BGBl. 550) and § 21 of the Regulation on the testing of aircraft (LuftGerPV) in the version of the Notice of 3. August 1998 (BGBl. In 2010), the Federal Aviation Office (Bundesamt) orders: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Scope

This regulation applies to places, the aeronautical device Maintain, modify, or verify. It shall not apply to places where the air sports equipment is maintained, modified or checked. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Scope and content of the approval

(1) Holes approved pursuant to § 13 LuftGerPV are § 18 (2) to (4) and § 19 Paragraph 5 of the Air-GerPV system.(2) The maintenance, modification and testing of aeronautical equipment shall be permitted only in the premises approved for this purpose. The maintenance in accordance with JAR-145.75 (c) shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Applicant's application

(1) Companies according to § 1 require approval by the Federal Aviation Office. The application for approval or for modification of the authorisation shall be made on a form and in a manner prescribed by the Federal Aviation Authority. The application shall be copies of the maintenance manual or to be added to the changes in the required number.(2) The Federal Aviation Office may request further information and documents required for the decision on the application. It is entitled to carry out surveys during the applicant's operation. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Display obligation

(1) Approved establishments must make the following changes to the Federal Aviation Office before they are implemented display:
1.
the name of the operation,
2.
the location of the operation,
3.
the other locations of the operation,
4.
the responsible managing director,
5.
the senior technical staff,
6.
workplaces, equipment, tools, materials, procedures, works, test personnel, and authorized personnel, as far as approval is concerned.
(2) The Aviation-Federal Office may determine the conditions under which the approved establishment may continue to work during such changes, or order the ruin of the permit.(3) The approved establishment must indicate to the Aeronautical Federal Office all the conditions established by it on the aircraft or on a component of the aircraft, which could affect the airworthiness.(4) The notification of non-airworthinous conditions must be made immediately, at the latest within three days of its determination by the approved establishment.(5) The holder of the authorisation shall be obliged to notify the Federal Aviation Office of the following work in time before the beginning:
1.
Checks for the purpose of marketing authorisation pursuant to § 8 para. 2 no. 2 of the Air Traffic Admission Order (LuftVZO) as well as
2.
Exams for the purpose of issuing an airworthiness certificate for export pursuant to § 13 LuftVZO.
(6) The holder of the permit shall be obliged to: Aeronautics-Federal Office of the Federal Office for the following work, which are not carried out in the premises approved for this purpose, before the beginning of which it should be requested in good time:
1.
Maintenance checks according to § 11 para. 2 LuftGerPV
2.
Retests at intervals in accordance with § 15 LuftGerPV,
3.
Retests in the maintenance and modification according to § 16 para. 2 LuftGerPV,
4.
Retests by the competent authorities in accordance with § 17 LuftGerPV,
5.
Tests for the purpose of the Traffic authorisation in accordance with § 8 para. 2 no. 2 LuftVZO and
6.
Examination for the purpose of issuing an airworthiness certificate for the export according to § 13 Air VZO.
(7) The advertisements must be made on a form and in a manner prescribed by the Federal Aviation Office and shall contain all relevant information concerning the condition known to the approved establishment. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Licensed technical personnel

(1) Companies according to § 13 LuftGerPV have a quality management system to be set up. The release of aircraft in companies according to § 13 LuftGerPV must be carried out by authorized personnel according to JAR-66. The transitional provisions can be applied to JAR-66.3 (German).(2) In the case of establishments approved in accordance with § 18 LuftGerPV, the technical tests shall be carried out by examiners of aeronautical equipment. In doing so, suitable plant personnel can operate under the supervision of this testing staff.(3) The authorised personnel or the examiners of aeronautical equipment shall be familiar with all the documents necessary for the proper conduct of the work. If these documents are not available, the corresponding work must not be taken over. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Self-recognised auditor of an aeronautical device

Recognitions for an independent auditor of an aeronautical device are not more. The independent auditor of the aeronautical appliance, recognised by the aeronautical authority up to the date of publication of the Regulation on aeronautical equipment, may maintain and extend such recognition, provided that the necessary organisational, technical and personnel requirements are available for this purpose and the Federal Aviation Office can be proved. In addition, the provisions of § § 14 to 20 LuftGerPV shall apply mutatily. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Test records and certificate of examination

(1) The body approved in accordance with § 1 shall keep records from which: the proper conduct of the tests can be established. The Federal Aviation Office can determine the scope of the test records. Records shall be kept for at least two years after the date of their preparation. The Federal Aviation Office can determine which parts of the test records must be included in the operating records of the aeronautical device.(2) The certificate of the maintenance examination, the ordered maintenance as well as the inspections shall be given in the form and content of the Federal Aviation Office and published in the news for air drivers. unofficial table of contents

§ 8 Setting the location of an ordered maintenance and ordered inspection

The aviation federal office lays down in the case of maintenance and inspections ordered, the competent authority, taking into account the necessary test equipment and the degree of difficulty of the test, shall determine the test. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Maintenance Operations Manual

(1) For establishments approved in accordance with § 13 LuftGerPV, JAR-145.65 and 145.70 are valid.(2) For establishments approved in accordance with § 18 LuftGerPV, the maintenance operations manual must be carried out in the light of the requirements resulting from the type and extent of maintenance, modification and testing, and taking into account the types of maintenance and samples of the aeronautical equipment which are subject to maintenance, modification and testing shall, in addition to the information given in § 3, contain at least:
1.
an organization chart of the operation;
2.
Setting the tasks and responsibilities for the executive and technical staff;
3.
Description of procedures, where applied, over
a)
performing maintenance as well as small repairs and small Changes;
b)
the execution of the basic and partial overhauling, the major repairs and major changes;
c)
the certificate attesting to the aeronautical device check regulation;
d)
the management of the Test records;
e)
Evaluation of the weighings on aircraft;
f)
the storage and the spare parts procurement;
g)
to award work to other places;
h)
contractual relationships with air carriers and manufacturers of aircraft;
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Testing programs and testing procedures;
4.
Quality management procedures.
(3) The maintenance operations manual and its changes must be made before they are Implementation is approved by the Federal Aviation Office. Unofficial table of contents

§ 10 Determination of airworthiness

(1) Approval according to § 13 LuftGerPV for the entire maintenance (Base) Maintenance) shall include the approval for the determination of airworthiness and its attestation, as well as for the implementation and certification of the maintenance tests of an aeronautical device which is included in the scope of the approval. This includes non-commercially operated aircraft.(2) An air carrier, which is simultaneously the holder of a licence pursuant to § 13 LuftGerPV, can be authorized to carry out the maintenance tests pursuant to § 11 paragraph 2 LuftGerPV.(3) The competent authority in accordance with § 2 (1) LuftGerPV may set different times of maintenance checks on the basis of operational or new technical developments of § 11 para. 2 LuftGerPV. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Recognition of maintenance records of other bodies

The maintenance and testing of industrial use Aeroplanes, rotary flyers and airships, for which the recognition of the maintenance records of other bodies according to § 6 LuftGerPV is requested, must be carried out in maintenance operations approved in accordance with JAR-145. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Recognition of the proof of production of other bodies

The comprehensive review required pursuant to § 5 (1) LuftGerPV May also be a maintenance test according to § 11 paragraph 2 LuftGerPV. A non-official table of contents

§ 13 Administrative Offences

is an administrative offence within the meaning of Section 58 (1) (10) of the Aviation Act, who is negligent or intentionally
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without the required approval of maintenance, modification or testing Aeronautical equipment,
2.
, contrary to § 2 (2), performs maintenance, modification and testing outside the approved premises,
3.
a display prescribed in § 4, not correct, not complete or not immediately refunded,
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contrary to § 7 review records not, not correct or not fully created or retained,
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contrary to § 9 para. 3 changes and additions are not, not correct or not fully created.
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§ 14 Entry into force

The regulation will enter into force on the day after the announcement.