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ALC-457: Reducing Maintenance Related Engine Failures (CC 2017)
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Introduction

Nearly all maintenance and inspections address situations with the potential for significant damage or harm if not performed properly.

The objective of inspections is to reduce the likelihood of mishaps.

By performing conformity inspections and post maintenance checks along with checklist use we can reduce the possibility of maintenance related engine failures.

If the requirements of the regulations are not met, and we fail to verify the airworthiness eligibility of the engine, the level of risk must be assumed to be uncontrolled.  To reduce the risk we must make sure that the product conforms, and functions properly in accordance with the applicable regulations, type design and manufactures instructions.