for an inspection. Precarrier, predeployment, acceptance, and transfer inspections are logged as conditional inspections. Records of these inspections are removed from the aircraft logbook upon completion of SDLM.
The following inspections, performed on aircraft, are not logged in this section of the logbook:
Inspections performed on equipment for which an aeronautical equipment service record (AESR) is required are logged in that record. This procedure provides one correct place in the logbook for recording any particular inspection, and it ensures that inspection records for major aeronautical equipment are available with such equipment after it has been removed from an aircraft.
Bulletins that specify conditional inspections are logged in the technical directives section of the aircraft logbook, or in the technical directives section of the aeronautical equipment service record.
If continuing inspections are required, they are added to the MRC deck and require no additional log entries after the original entry.
Some technical directives (TDs) direct conditional or periodic inspections of the aircraft, assembly, equipment, or component until the TD is incorporated. These inspections are logged on the TD form of the logbook. In instances where continuing inspections are required, perform the initial conditional inspection and make a logbook entry on the conditional inspection page. Initiate a local MRC, add it to the applicable MRC deck, and comply with the continuing requirements as part of that required inspection. No additional inspection entries are required.
All inspection entries in the logbook must be certified by a signature.
The Repair/Rework Record form contains a complete record of all repair, reconditioning,
Figure 6-4.-Inspection Record.Continue Reading