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安全/质量会议 2011年5月3日 Safety/Quality Committee Meeting May. 3, 2011

Date: May. 3, 2011

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Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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Safety Committee Attendance Record Committee Member

Role

Jan

Feb

Mar

Bernard

CEO

A

A

A

Wang Xioadong

VCEO

A

D

A

John

CFO

A

X

A

Elizabeth

Planning

A

A

A

Lily

Quality

N/A

A

A

Daniel Ni

Ops

A

A

D

Rebecca

HR

X

A

A

Guo Lin

Supply Chain

A

D

A

Roger

Commercial

X

D

A

Fred

Eng & Training

A

A

D

A – In attendance (Green) D – Sent delegate (Yellow) X – Absent (Red)

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Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec


Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix (QS Manager)

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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Failure to Action Inboard Trailing Edge Flap Drive Torque Tube Job Cards on Aeroflot Arcraft VPBAV and VP-BAX.(9) (0)

145-1

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CAPA Finding: On N768DA 767-200 during routine surveillance/audit of completed job cards it was discovered that job

card 57-582-00 had been stamped as work scope complete, this raised question due to work instructions content, and noted required tools/and altnerate methods of working job card had not been observed in area of aircraft during routine maintenance. This action raised the question had this work scope been completed on Aeroflot Aircraft VP-BAV and VPBAX. The Job cards in question are No. 57-582-00 and 57-740-00 (Inboard Trailing Edge Flap Torque Tube) in work package PP015642 and PP015625 respectively. It has been validated that the work scope per job cards has not been preformed on above aircraft per customer job cards, copies of AD, SB and Job Cards are attachted. CAPA Remedial TO ALL PLEASE NOTE THIS REMEDIAL ACTION IS FOR N768DA ONLY Action:

1.Perform all required work as instructed on job cards, all work to be controlled by NRCs. Supplementary working sheet was raised for both flaps/torque tube removal/installation, completed removal and detailed inspection, waiting for power on for flaps adjustment. 2.Rework of drive torque tubes require cleaning, inspection and lubrication per AMM 27-51-41. NRC N101 was raised for drive torque tubes cleaning; inspection and lubrication, job has been completed on 28Apr11. 3.In an effort to ensure on the above that we follow the required work scope instructions; it will be required that the quality surveillance team perform validation of work instruction content, and concurrence of work preformed. QA are informed for validation. ******************************* AT THIS TIME REMEDIAL ACTION FOR Aeroflot Aircraft VP-BAV and VP-BAX IS TBD; SEQUENCE TO OUTCOME OF CUSTOMER NOTIFICATION. CAPA Plan:

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CAPA Root Cause: 1. Maintenance crews mis-understood the job card description.

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CAPA Finding: During the A/C VP-BAX towing from ramp into hangar bay 3,the tow bar disconnected from aircraft caused by

the lock pin of tow bar broken. CAPA Remedial 1.Inform managment of the event. - Manager (JR) was informed of this incident on 3/11/2011. Action Action: completed.

2. Attached the un-serviceable tag on 767 towbar and transfered to facility department for repair on 14 MAR11. Action completed. CAPA Plan: 1.Briefed with all HM staff the maintenance tips for aircraft towing and towbar installation between A/C and tow

truck,and coordinated with purchase department to require that towbar manufactory should assign engineer to perform the new type towbay training for all HM staff. meanwhile, training record or certification is neccessry for QA approvement. action completed at 22MAR11. 2. Required all HM staff to acknowledge the HM checklist regarding aircraft towing without power in hangar , which mentioned the pressure of brake accumulator as AMM requirement. action completed at 07APR11. 3. required all HM staff to perform the towbar OJT.towbar OJT program will be done at around 28APR11 during the N768DA C check while A/C out of hangar for operation. and OJT instructor is wen shen xin (employee number 363). action open CAPA Root Cause: 1.HM mechanics did not perform the towbar training.

2.insufficient training regarding aircraft towing without power in hangar. Last Status Desc: This MET is subject to the validation of some facts submitted into the MET system ECD 13May11

Audit Internal

101085

Some 145-2 calibration tools have no calibration labels.(1)(0)

O(3) Non Conformance

Xue, C 03-222011

04-212011

Olson, Gary

Olson, G

04-272011

CAPA Finding: PRO-10-M07R3 3.B: Each piece of measuring/test T/E must be attached with an appropriate label indicating

its current status. Users are required to operate per the status identified in the labels. Audit found some calibration tools and equipment have no calibration label. For example: rulers BSAS0301SM656 and BSAS0301SM612 in SM workshop have no calibration label. Engine wash machine BSAS02030043 in bay 3 has no calibration label. Radom moisture meter in composite workshop has no calibration label. CAPA Remedial The engine wash machine BSAS020300043 without OEM's Certificate should be stopped using and will be put Action: into use after the result of calibration is in tolerance

Stick to the serviceable label on the radome moisture meter and then put into use.

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CAPA Plan: The newly-purchased T/E will be labeled on according to the calibration requirements raised by back shop.

The new-purchased T/E should be kept in the receiving area until it is stick to calibration label All newly-purchased T/E should be received and inspected by tool/equipment receiving personnel. For the tools that are evaluated to be calibrated by tool engineer, tool engineer should notify calibration administrator to stick to the calibration label on them and the receiving & inspection sheet should be filed Calibration administrator should get a report from SAP of all new tooling to check for possible missed items every two weeks. CAPA Root Cause: (1) Those tapes & rulers without calibration labels are newly purchased and received on Mar. 9th, 2011. The

user department of back shop should put forward the calibration requirements of tools to the person who is assigned to take charge of calibration. The person who is assigned to take charge of calibration feedback the calibration requirements to calibration administrator and the tools will be controlled. But calibration administrator has not received any calibration requirement from back shop. During these days the person who is assigned to take charge of calibration is on leave and back shop is busy with production task, so it leads to the result that the user department didn't put forward the calibration requirements to calibration administrator in time and didn't keep these tools without calibration labels in the quarantine area. Calibration administrator received the evaluation report of measuring/test T/E without calibration required of the newly-purchased tools on Mar. 23th, 2011. (2)SAP SYS. Show that the engine wash machine BSAS020300043 was received on May.3rd,2010. But Calibration administrator didn't known about the calibration requirement of the equipment after it was inspected and put into use. Now there is no receiving & inspection sheet and manufacture's certificate found except for the operation manual. (3) The radome moisture meter BSAS0305CO01 in composite workshop was shipped to Boeing Shanghai on Nov. 9th,2009. The equipment was found out-of-tolerance during the receiving and returned to manufacture for repair. It was recalibrated after modification on May. 4th 2010 and was put into use without control by calibration administrator. (4) Now all the newly-purchased T/E of the tool rooms including back shop, facility, HM/LM, NDT& training center aren't assigned appropriate personnel for receiving and inspection. It leads that some calibration T/E without control was entered to tool room and was used for production Last Status Desc: Attached an updated QSACAR which includes PRO revision with an Estimate completion of May 15, 2011.

And a start week for the bi-weekly report to audit for any exceptions. Audit Internal

101086

The calibration administrator can not monitor the loaned/ leased tools calibration condition.(1) (0)

145-2

O(3) Non Conformance

Xue, C 03-222011

04-212011

Olson, Gary

Olson, G

04-272011

CAPA Finding: PRO-10-M07R3 4.I.ii: Calibration Administrator is responsible for control of these T/E during the loan/ lease

time period so as to ensure these equipments are under control within Boeing Shanghai facility. Files will not be established; these equipments will not be coded and labeled per Boeing Shanghai procedure. This is to ensure that equipment due for calibration during the loan term, are removed from work sites. Audit found, the calibration administrator can not monitor the loaned/leased tools calibration condition. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: 1. Sent email to support chain manager & operation support manager to the requirement that calibration

administrator should be advised of an calibration tool loaned/leased before used PRO-10-M07 4.I.i on 18 April 2011. This should ensure that above procedure is followed. CAPA Root Cause: Now Supply Chain department don't offer calibration administrator the information about the measuring/test T/

E that is loaned/leased from outside sources according to PRO-10-M07R3 4.I.i. Last Status Desc: Attached an updated QSACAR and copy of email traffic.

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Audit Internal

101087

The process 145-2 of SOOT evaluation is not executable.(1) (0)

O(3) Non Conformance

Xue, C 03-222011

04-212011

Olson, Gary

Olson, G

04-272011

CAPA Finding: PRO-10-M07R3 4.F.ii.c is out of tolerance calibration tools procedure.

Audit found the process of SOOT evaluation is not executable. For example, the calibration tools used records can not tracked to specified maintenance practice, so the engineering can not evaluate the impact on aircraft. After the evaluation, the follow-up process is not specified. CAPA Remedial Back Shop and NDT Shop could trace the used records of calibration tool/equipment by manual system. Action: CAPA Plan: 1. Back Shop and NDT Shop could trace the used records of calibration tool/equipment by manual system.

2. The PRO-12-M57 has procedure that states job card is traced Refer to the Form PRO-12-M57C by operation support department. 3. Xu Haiqiang, the leader of operation support department will ask IT for help to modify the SAP system to control tooling to task card level. 4. Revise PRO 10-M07 include procedure for QA to return completed PRO 10M07l form for filing. Clarify some other verbiage ie Description or Evaluation, Departmental Title changes. Estimate revision of procedure to be available for approve by April 28, 2011 CAPA Root Cause: Now in main stores the computer program outside of SAP only trace the used records that when and which

plane out-of-tolerance T/E is used for and can't trace which task of work card it was used for. So are back shop and NDT shop. It leads to the result that engineering department can't have an evaluation of the impact on the product and QA department can't take further action according to the evaluation. Last Status Desc: Waiting for reply from QA department on clear instruction for the actions for SOOT after Engineering

evaluation. The estimated PRO revision date adjusted to allow for this data to make it into this revision. Audit Internal

101088

Some load 145-2 test tools are not controlled. (1)(0)

O(3) Non Conformance

Xue, C 03-222011

04-212011

Olson, Gary

Olson, G

04-272011

CAPA Finding: Audit found some hoist equipments were controlled as calibration tools, but some are not.

For example, BSAS020200139 fishpole hoist and BSAS020200276 MLG R&I equipment were not controlled by calibration. CAPA Remedial Remedial action is that operation support department to ensure that all tools/equipments needing proof test, Action: load test, etc are currently controlled. CAPA Plan: 1. Draft procedure to control the tooling and equipment needing the proof load test or magnetic force

inspection inside of the Tooling Calibration system. Estimate October 2011. 2. Operation support department supplies a 100% complete listing of all tooling and equipment from the SAP system to calibration administrator and tool engineer so that all BSAS items could be traced. Tool engineer categorizes all tooling and equipment in different groups that which needs the proof load test or magnetic force inspection. Estimate June 2011. 3. Calibration administrator picks up a list of tools/equipments needing the proof load test or magnetic force inspection according to the result of categorization. Estimate Budgetary changes and get LT agreement. Estimate October 2011. 4. Remedial action is that operation support department to ensure that all tools/equipments needing proof test, load test, etc are currently controlled. CAPA Root Cause: The MLG R&L Equipment BSAS020200276 Gage has been controlled since it was received. Please check the

certificate of calibration on the web \\10.1.0.220\bsdms\Quality\Calibration\calibration certificate report\HM \BSAS020200276. The fish pole hoist BSAS020200139 wasn¡¯t controlled as calibration equipment because it was evaluated as the equipment that isn¡¯t required for calibration during the receiving and inspection. Now, calibration administrator only controls the measuring tool/equipment, not including the equipment that needs the proof load test or magnetic force inspection. The some hoist equipments were controlled as calibration equipments, because they were evaluated as calibration equipments during the receiving and inspection. So Calibration administrator put them into the list of calibration tool/equipment and controlled as schedule. Last Status Desc: Attached an updated QSACAR which include the requirement of the PRO to be completed by May 15, 2011.

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101097

The CRS 145-2 sampled in base maintenance did not refer to the latest version of the Operator's work scope. (0)(0)

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-30- 06-302011 2011

Sun, Sun, X Xianghua

CAPA Finding: The Certificate of Release to Service sampled in base maintenance did not refer to the latest version of the

Operator's work scope for the maintenance check so as to demonstrate that all maintenance ordered has been properly carried out by the organisation. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the Certificate of Release to Service

procedure to require to refer to the latest version of the Operator's work scope for the maintenance check. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: The Certificate of Release to Service procedure did not define the requirement to refer to the latest version of

the Operator's work scope for the maintenance check so as to demonstrate that all maintenance ordered has been properly carried out by the organisation. Last Status Desc:

Audit Regulator

101098

MOE Section 145-2 2.16 "Release to Service Procedure" is not adequated.(0) (0)

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-302011

Sun, Qiu, L; Xianghua Sun, X

CAPA Finding: MOE Section 2.16 "Release to Service Procedure" does not adequately describe the procedure to be followed

for the release to service of an aircraft from base maintenance. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: Boeing Shanghai's understanding to the MOE development user guide provided by EASA was different from

the current requirement. As a result, the MOE used and reviewed during the audit did not meet the expectation. Last Status Desc:

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101099

MOE section 145-2 2.20 does not describe the sub-contract control procedure required by AMC145.A. 75(b).(0)(0)

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-302011

Sun, Qiu, L; Xianghua Sun, X

CAPA Finding: MOE section 2.20 does not describe the sub-contract control procedure required by AMC145.A. 75(b). CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: Boeing Shanghai's understanding to the MOE development user guide provided by EASA was different from

the current requirement. As a result, the MOE used and reviewed during the audit did not meet the expectation. Last Status Desc:

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101100

Some lower 145-2 order procedures are not approved or controlled via the MOE(0) (0)

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-302011

Sun, Qiu, L; Xianghua Sun, X

CAPA Finding: The fundamental principles and limitations of all Part 145 compliance are not set out in the MOE procedures.

In several areas lower order procedures, which are not approved or controlled via the MOE, are referred to for compliance purposes, e.g. MOE section 3.4.4 refers directly to a lower order procedure for certifying staff authorisations. All MOE procedures need to be reviewed in this regard. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: Boeing Shanghai's understanding to the MOE development user guide provided by EASA was different from

the current requirement. As a result, the MOE used and reviewed during the audit did not meet the expectation. Last Status Desc:

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101101

The list of certifying staff is not contained in MOE section 1.6.(0)(0)

145-2

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-302011

Sun, Qiu, L; Xianghua Sun, X

CAPA Finding: The list of certifying staff is not contained in MOE section 1.6, and there is no MOE procedure permitting the

delegation of approval for the list of certifying staff to the organisation. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: Boeing Shanghai's understanding to the MOE development user guide provided by EASA was different from

the current requirement. As a result, the MOE used and reviewed during the audit did not meet the expectation. Last Status Desc:

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101102

The responsible level three NDT person is not identified in the MOE.(0) (0)

145-2

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-302011

Sun, Qiu, L; Xianghua Sun, X

CAPA Finding: The responsible level three NDT person is not identified in the MOE. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: Boeing Shanghai's understanding to the MOE development user guide provided by EASA was different from

the current requirement. As a result, the MOE used and reviewed during the audit did not meet the expectation. Last Status Desc:

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101103

MOE Section 145-2 1.9 does not include the NDT methods used in the course of maintenance under the organisation's A1 rating.(0) (0)

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-302011

Sun, Qiu, L; Xianghua Sun, X

CAPA Finding: MOE Section 1.9 does not include the NDT methods used in the course of maintenance under the

organisation's A1 rating. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: Boeing Shanghai's understanding to the MOE development user guide provided by EASA was different from

the current requirement. As a result, the MOE used and reviewed during the audit did not meet the expectation. Last Status Desc:

Audit Regulator

101104

MOE Section 145-2 3.4 does not clearly identify the privileges of the Category A, B1, B2 and C certifying staff.(0)(0)

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-302011

Sun, Qiu, L; Xianghua Sun, X

CAPA Finding: MOE Section 3.4 does not clearly identify the privileges of the Category A, B1, B2 and C certifying staff. In

addition the restriction for Cat A staff to only release tasks for which they have performed themselves is not detailed. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: Boeing Shanghai's understanding to the MOE development user guide provided by EASA was different from

the current requirement. As a result, the MOE used and reviewed during the audit did not meet the expectation. Last Status Desc:

Audit Regulator

101105

MOE section 145-2 3.4 does not include Part 145 Appendix IV requirements for the authorisation of certifying staff not qualified to 145.A.30(i) 1 and 2(0)(0)

O(0) Non Conformance

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CAPA Finding: MOE section 3.4 does not include Part 145 Appendix IV requirements for the authorisation of certifying staff

not qualified to 145.A.30(i) 1 and 2. EASA User Guide CAO 00006-001 Section 7 should be used for compliance. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: Boeing Shanghai's understanding to the MOE development user guide provided by EASA was different from

the current requirement. As a result, the MOE used and reviewed during the audit did not meet the expectation. Last Status Desc: 101106

Audit Regulator

The 145-2 Certification authorisation document (PAC) does not identify the holder as a B1, B2 or C certifying staff member. (0)(0)

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-30- 07-302011 2011

Sun, Zhang, Xianghua Q; Sun, X

CAPA Finding: The Certification authorisation document (PAC) does not identify the holder as a B1, B2 or C certifying staff

member. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: B1, B2 and C certifying staff will be defined in the authorization procedure PRO-10-M19.

Estimated completion date: 30-Jul-2011 CAPA Root Cause: B1, B2 and C certifying staff members are not defined in the authorization procedure. Last Status Desc:

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CAPA Finding: The Quality plan does not demonstrate that all aspects of Part 145 compliance are audited on an annual

basis. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The audit plan is amended to show all aspects of Part 145 compliance are audited every 12 months on April

25, 2011. CAPA Root Cause: At the time of the audit, the annual audit was planned is such a way to show the functions to be audited

instead of showing the aspects of Part 145 compliance. Last Status Desc: 101108 Audit Regulator

Extension of 145-2 authorisations to cover EASA part145 depended upon a brief training module on 145 procedures without further assessment. (0)(0)

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CAPA Finding: The sampled authorisation assessment procedure interview records for certifying Staff indicated that

competence assessment on company procedures predated the existence of EASA part 145 procedures. Extension of authorisations to cover EASA part145 depended upon a brief training module on '145 procedures without further assessment. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The related competent authority regulation requirement will be added into the authorization interview form for

inspector and certifying staff. Estimated completion date: 30-Jul-2011 CAPA Root Cause: The competent authority regulation is not required in the authorization assessment procedure. Last Status Desc: 101109 Audit Regulator

MOE section 145-2 2.2 Acceptance of Parts does not specify the certification required to accompany parts for use under the Part 145 approval. (0)(0)

O(0) Non Conformance

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Sun, Qiu, L; Xianghua Sun, X

CAPA Finding: MOE section 2.2 Acceptance of Parts does not specify the certification required to accompany parts for use

under the Part 145 approval. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: Boeing Shanghai's understanding to the MOE development user guide provided by EASA was different from

the current requirement. As a result, the MOE used and reviewed during the audit did not met the expectation. Last Status Desc: 101110 Audit Regulator

MOE section 145-2 1.8.2 does not accurately reflect the layout of the line station facility.(0)(0)

O(0) Non Conformance

03-312011

04-302011

Sun, Qiu, L; Xianghua Sun, X

CAPA Finding: MOE section 1.8.2 does not accurately reflect the layout of the line station facility. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: The QA Manager will work together with the QA Engineer to amend the MOE to clarify. ECD: Jun-30-2011. CAPA Root Cause: The layout in the MOE for Line Maintenance Office was presented in such a way that may easily mislead Last Status Desc: 101111 Audit Regulator

Line station 145-2 personnel have not been issued with appropriate B1 and B2 authorisations. (0)(0)

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CAPA Finding: Line station personnel have not been issued with appropriate B1 and B2 authorisations. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: Assess line station personnel and issue appropriate B1 and B2 authorizations.

Estimated completion date: 30-Jul-2011 CAPA Root Cause: As Boeing Shanghai has not been excising the EASA Part 145 privilidges under its line maintenance rating Last Status Desc:

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101132

Material 145-2 planner didn't run MRP in SAP system periodically.(0) (0)

O(0) Non Conformance

Xue, C 04-252011

05-242011

Guo, Lynne

Guo, L; Huang, Y

CAPA Finding: PRO-15-M07R2 4.B: Material planner runs MRP in SAP system periodically. When the current inventory

levels lower than total material request, MRP will produce a supplement proposal spreadsheet of inventory levels. The spreadsheet includes: part numbers, inventory levels, reorder levels and requested delivery date. Audit found there was no evidence to show material planner run MRP in SAP system periodically. CAPA Remedial Action: CAPA Plan: CAPA Root Cause: Last Status Desc:

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101093

Presure 2 gauge missed during Line maintain(1)(0)

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Song, Song, 04-29Chengzhe C; 2011 Zhang, F

CAPA Finding: Incident Report:

23 Mar, Around 21:00 at ramp 301, The LM performed pre-flight check on ship N451PA,during PDC,got NLG strut service request form customer's representative due NLG strut low. After discussed with customer's MGR. Agreed to cancel the SVC job to make the flight on time. After A/C taxi away, The LM mechanics walked back from A/C side and forgot to take back the guage which was put on the N2 Bottle cart and cause missed. CAPA Remedial 1. went to SIA to look for the lost tool, but did not find. Action: 2. interviewed on duty staffs Wu Xiaochun, Kang ZP and Yang JX on 04/24; confirmed tools were not lost on

aircraft. 3. debreifed with team on tool keeping during working on ramp. CAPA Plan: 1. interview duty staff;

2. debrief with team about good tool keeping while working on ramp. 3. warning letter will be issued to duty staff CAPA Root Cause: duty staff complecency of good tool keeping while working on ramp. Last Status Desc: Sunxh corrected a typing error in the Remedial Action tab. Originally it reads:

2. interviewed on dutu staffs Wu Xiaochun, Kang ZP and Yang JX on 04/24; confirmed tools were not lost on aircraft. 101095

Missing one walkie talkie in course of line maintenance. (1)(0)

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LM reported Missing 1 walkie talkie on N1 shift 29Mar 11 after departure the A/C 497, and A/C 409. The concerned mechanics checked the lift truck and Ramp where they worked, including the road they were driving (could be falling from truck) but cannot find the walkie talkie. CAPA Remedial 1. interviewed duty staff James Wang on 30 Mar; Action: 2. confirmed that the walkie talkie was not lost on a/c; CAPA Plan: 1. interview duty staff before 01 Apr;

2. debrief with team for how to keep tools safety while drive high lift with tools putting on platform by 30 Apr CAPA Root Cause: duty staff did not reliaze that he will lose tools while put walkie talkie on platform with a long distance driving

on high lift because of really bad road situation. Last Status Desc: Sunxh corrected some wording. The original entry reads:

The concerns mechanics checked the lift truck and Ramp where they even worked area , even the way they driving ( could be falling from truck) but cannot find the walkie talkie. 101124

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Mobile Boom Crane Tipped on Side (see attachment/s) (4)(0)

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Cerda, AR

04-022011

05-202011

Li, Eric

Li, E; Chen, J; He, X

05-022011

CAPA Finding: Note: This incident should require team concurrence to determine if this incident is a reportable or non-

reportable incident. Since the crane usage was non aircraft related; it is currently entered in MET as a Level 2 and not a 145-2. Update on 07Apr11 Stephen Yan, Xianghua Sun and Tony Cerda meet and agreed that this MET item should remain Level 2 and NOT a 145-2, but that this item be addressed as "Major issue, requiring immediate attention¡±. ******************************** On 03Apr11 at approximately 0920hrs we encountered an incident involving the operation of the mobile crane in bay 4,it was attempting to remove the wing cradle saddle from A/C shoring stand. The Crane's out riggers were not extended, hydraulic down locks had been extended, mobile crane tipped on its side please refer to enclosed attachment/s. Boeing Shanghai Security has been notified to make hangar security video footage available for review on 04Apr11; there are two hangar cameras in direct line of sight of incident area this should aid in an in depth investigation report. CAPA Remedial 1.Informed the managment of event-heavy maint manager JR and facility manager Mike Zhang were Action: informed at 03APR2011, action completed.

2. Removed the mobile crane outside of hangar for repair at 04 APR2011, action completed. 3. Involved person go to hospital for injury check at 03 APR2011, action completed. 4. Mobile crane driver Xu Bin (employee number 563) was temporary terminate the vehicle operation authority from 03 APR2011 to 04 JUL2011.action completed. CAPA Plan: 1. Set up training program by training department for GSE operation.

2. Reinforce the authorization review process by QA. CAPA Root Cause: 1. Operator violated the basic safety rule to extend Crane's out riggers.

2. Crane operator didn't receive enough hands-on training, equipment operation authorization assesment will need improvement. Last Status Desc: This MET Item subject to Leadership Team's review for training approval, Final Investigation report, and

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Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

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Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

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Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

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10 Minutes

4.0

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Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

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EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

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Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

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Item Title (Attach) (URL) Taskcards completion error rate is trending above set standards (2.0)(5)(0)

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145-2

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CAPA Finding: Based on the Boeing Shanghai Maintenance Issue Matrix the quality of Jobcards properly/timely completed/

stamped has been trending over the treshhold of 2.0. Currently the average severity is 3.2. The current error rate on taskcards on first review is average 30+%, last aircraft far exceeds at near 50%. CAPA Remedial 1. Made correction when mistake were found. Action: CAPA Plan: Set paper work improvement project to follow up the problems.

1. Create a taskcard sign-off procedure to specify the process, responsibility, training time requirement (for 1st aircraft, one week before the aircraft gets in), training courseware, exams, recurring training requirement and emergent training plan. 2. Create a discipline policy for repeated mistakes, (Internal management, recurring training & exam, withdraw of the authorization, etc.) 3. Review the procedure and include the specific requirements on: What kind of material or service tags need to be attched? Which level of reference documents are required to attach? What/How to N/A? 4. Publish the CPM and keep updating it. 5. Check the missing items and record the total numbers of defects according to each team at the first sign-off time. Detail please refer to the project. CAPA Root Cause: Project team is locating the root cause, will find a effective action plan for improvement.

1. Lack of in-time effective communication/training/briefing 2. Working Attitude 3. Poor English 4. QC standard Detail please refer to Paper-work improvment project Last Status Desc: At this time there is no supporting data for closure that reflects trending below 5%.

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100994

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CAPA Finding: The customer complains three failure of defect item which has been fixed in PVG were recurring again after C-

Check. CAPA Remedial 1.Inform managment of the event. -HM Manager (JR) was informed of this enent on 2/24/2011. Action Action: completed

2. Forwarded the investigation report to customer regarding customer concern by project manager Eric on 28FEB11. detail as attachment. Action completed 3. waiting the customer feedback for above issues and action follow based on customer requirement.Action open. CAPA Plan: CAPA Root Cause: Last Status Desc: We are currently awaiting response from customer for pertinent details to complete this MET item two e-mails

have been sent to sales personnel (Stewart) for assistance. First response insufficient information supplied. Safety Incident

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Presure gauge missed during Line maintain(1) (0)

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Song, Song, 04-29Chengzhe C; 2011 Zhang, F

CAPA Finding: Incident Report:

23 Mar, Around 21:00 at ramp 301, The LM performed pre-flight check on ship N451PA,during PDC,got NLG strut service request form customer's representative due NLG strut low. After discussed with customer's MGR. Agreed to cancel the SVC job to make the flight on time. After A/C taxi away, The LM mechanics walked back from A/C side and forgot to take back the guage which was put on the N2 Bottle cart and cause missed. CAPA Remedial 1. went to SIA to look for the lost tool, but did not find. Action: 2. interviewed on duty staffs Wu Xiaochun, Kang ZP and Yang JX on 04/24; confirmed tools were not lost on

aircraft. 3. debreifed with team on tool keeping during working on ramp. CAPA Plan: 1. interview duty staff;

2. debrief with team about good tool keeping while working on ramp. 3. warning letter will be issued to duty staff CAPA Root Cause: duty staff complecency of good tool keeping while working on ramp. Last Status Desc: Sunxh corrected a typing error in the Remedial Action tab. Originally it reads:

2. interviewed on dutu staffs Wu Xiaochun, Kang ZP and Yang JX on 04/24; confirmed tools were not lost on aircraft. 101095

Missing one 2 walkie talkie in course of line maintenance. (1)(0)

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Chen, S

03-302011

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Song, Song, Chengzhe C

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LM reported Missing 1 walkie talkie on N1 shift 29Mar 11 after departure the A/C 497, and A/C 409. The concerned mechanics checked the lift truck and Ramp where they worked, including the road they were driving (could be falling from truck) but cannot find the walkie talkie. CAPA Remedial 1. interviewed duty staff James Wang on 30 Mar; Action: 2. confirmed that the walkie talkie was not lost on a/c; CAPA Plan: 1. interview duty staff before 01 Apr;

2. debrief with team for how to keep tools safety while drive high lift with tools putting on platform by 30 Apr CAPA Root Cause: duty staff did not reliaze that he will lose tools while put walkie talkie on platform with a long distance driving on

high lift because of really bad road situation. Last Status Desc: Sunxh corrected some wording. The original entry reads:

The concerns mechanics checked the lift truck and Ramp where they even worked area , even the way they driving ( could be falling from truck) but cannot find the walkie talkie.

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Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

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Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

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Item Title (Attach) Review (URL) ID Category Taskcards 145-2 completion error rate is trending above set standards (2.0)(5)(0)

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CAPA Finding: Based on the Boeing Shanghai Maintenance Issue Matrix the quality of Jobcards properly/timely completed/

stamped has been trending over the treshhold of 2.0. Currently the average severity is 3.2. The current error rate on taskcards on first review is average 30+%, last aircraft far exceeds at near 50%. CAPA Remedial 1. Made correction when mistake were found. Action: CAPA Plan: Set paper work improvement project to follow up the problems.

1. Create a taskcard sign-off procedure to specify the process, responsibility, training time requirement (for 1st aircraft, one week before the aircraft gets in), training courseware, exams, recurring training requirement and emergent training plan. 2. Create a discipline policy for repeated mistakes, (Internal management, recurring training & exam, withdraw of the authorization, etc.) 3. Review the procedure and include the specific requirements on: What kind of material or service tags need to be attched? Which level of reference documents are required to attach? What/How to N/A? 4. Publish the CPM and keep updating it. 5. Check the missing items and record the total numbers of defects according to each team at the first signoff time. Detail please refer to the project. CAPA Root Cause: Project team is locating the root cause, will find a effective action plan for improvement.

1. Lack of in-time effective communication/training/briefing 2. Working Attitude 3. Poor English 4. QC standard Detail please refer to Paper-work improvment project Last Status Desc: At this time there is no supporting data for closure that reflects trending below 5%.

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Job Card 145-2 Buy-Off Without Work Being Performed Properly(1) (0)

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CAPA Finding: During walk-around on Evergreen RD773 (N488EV)it was discovered that incorrect grease applied to #3

and #6 Trailing Edge Flap Ball screw gimbals and yokes. Found Aeroshell 7 (light tan) and JC 3125002, and 3126002 requires Aeroshell 33 (Kelly Green). CAPA Remedial Relubricate the #3 and #6 TE flap gimbal and yokes with Aeroshell 33, purging all Aeroshell 7 from the joint. Action: This work was performed on Sep 20-21.

relubricated the total 10 points of LUB spot which were missed on L/R BLG and TE flaps for WOA 747 A4 check CAPA Plan: 1. Investigate the issue with involved person. (Engineer admitted that he miss-read the AMM, and gave

wrong instruction to his crew.) 2. Assigned 2 HM engineers for 100% buy back, will evaluate the result after 5 aircraft. (The first 100% buy back was done on Jeju ¡°C¡± check, quality is improving) 3. Inventory greasing pump and gun, and request for additional items to support operation. New grease pump and guns are available for HM maint from 10JAN11. 4.Assigned LUB team to accumulate the LUB experience for 747 and enhance 100% buy back.( we have a significantly improvrment for LUB service during the next N499MC A check) CAPA Root Cause: Related engineer lack of responsibility for reading the AMM step by step carefully so as to give incorrect

instruction to mechanics. Total 10 LUB spots missed during A check. Both L/H and R/H BLG missed one same LUB spot due to mechanic have not catched this LUB spot ref job card. and F/C LUB team missed 8 LUB spots for L/R inboard TE flap which Removed&Reinstalled for EO accomplish during WOA A4 check and F/C LUB team performed the LUB service for L/R TE FLAP after compelted inboard flap Reinstallation which was only 3 hours ahead of A check released. Last Status Desc: sequence to 5 A/C zero defects on lube job cards 100953

Operator/ Customer Input

World Airways N740WA reported that aircraft had damage on Horiz Stab (3)(0)

145-2

Safety Hazard/Risk Product

O(1)

Olson, G

01-212011

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Ni, Daniel

Ni, D

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CAPA Finding: After aircraft towed to Cargo ramp World Line Mx found dent on leading edge of Horizontal Stabilizer. CAPA Remedial BSAS staff dispatched to evaluate and repair the damage. Repair was carried out and aircraft dispatched. Action: CAPA Plan: 1. Brief to all backshop and HM staff that everyone should report the accident immediately

2. Re-check the video for the evidence 3. Enhance Cherry picker handling policy - observer must be arranged during operation around aircraft. CAPA Root Cause: 1. Accident report not on time

2. Cherry Picker handling without observer, no clear handling policy for it Last Status Desc: Met item raised with no determination of root cause. Could not determine if damaged by Cleaning staff,

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Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

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10 Minutes

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Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

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6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

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5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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BSH Open MET Item Metrics As of 4-18-2011 25

20

15

10

5

0

BSH

Operations

Eng & Plng

Production

Quality

Training

Facilities

SM&P

Current

0

0

1

9

22

0

6

2

Late

0

2

0

6

0

0

0

0

Missing Date

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

Total

0

2

1

17

22

0

6

2

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Boeing Shanghai MET Usage Metric Corrective Action Items Apr 2010-Apr 2011 As of: 4/18/2011

13

BSH Org C (C)

17

Bus. Ops C (C) BSHOPS Bus. Ops O (O)

1

2 3

BSHOPSENG Engineering C(C) Engineering O(O)

1

1 18

BSHOPSPLNG Planning C(C)

1 57

BSHOPSPRO Production C(C)

9

Production O(O)

5

64 23

(O) Quality O Tech Training C BSHOPSTTD (C)

1

4 2 4

BSHVCO (C) Vice CEO C

(O) Facilities O

3 1

17

BSHSMP (C) Suppl Mgmt C

BSHVCOFAC (C) Facilities C

ClosedOnTime Current LE3WKPastDue GT3LE8WkPastDue GT8WkPastDue

11

4

Quality C BSHOPSQAD (C)

Suppl Mgmt O (O)

11

2 6 10

20

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30

40

50

60

70

80


Boeing Shanghai MET CA Items Closure Status Past 6 Months As of 4/18/2011

100% 90% 80%

Percentage

70%

67.9%

69.8%

70.0%

67.7%

65.2% 61.9%

60% 50% 40% 30% 19.9% 19.2%

20%

14.5%

12.4% 13.6% 12.7%

12.9%

11.9% 11.5% 8.9%

10%

8.4% 9.3%

9.6%

6.9%

6.2% 1.3%

0%

CA Impl On Time

Late

Missing Date

Open

Nov

61.9%

19.9%

11.9%

6.2%

Dec

67.9%

19.2%

11.5%

1.3%

Jan-11

69.8%

14.5%

8.9%

6.9%

Feb-11

65.2%

13.6%

8.4%

12.9%

Mar-11

70.0%

12.4%

9.3%

8.4%

Apr-11

67.7%

12.7%

9.6%

9.9%

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8.4%

9.9%


Monthly MET Item Status Review CAS Global Safety Management System As of:

4/20/2011 12:09:00

100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

3/31/10

4/30/10

5/31/10

6/30/10

7/31/10

8/31/10

9/30/10

10/31/10

11/30/10

12/31/10

1/31/11

2/28/11

3/31/11

Today

Created this period

72

18

41

17

16

24

21

19

24

16

31

35

45

3

Closed & Suspended

38

70

33

27

31

15

7

27

34

20

23

12

43

7

Open & Pending

90

38

46

36

21

30

44

37

26

22

30

53

55

51

Current Past Due *

39

16

14

3

6

7

5

15

5

3

2

21

10

8

Current Past ECD *

2

9

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

Candidate

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

* Candidate items are not included in Current Past Due and Current Past ECD counts

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Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix (QS Manager)

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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VP-VVF Best Practices during drilling VP-VVF Aircraft shoring

Repair Jacking/Shoring

Backshop PM

4 4

VP-VVF Aircraft shoring

Jacking/Shoring

PM

4

VP-VVF Aft Cargo door 3 of 6 rollers Mobile Crane tipped over (NOT DIRECT VP-VVF Support) VP-VVF Inspection of flight control cable on CWT Inspection of flight control cable in ceiling of bulk VP-VVF cargo VP-VVF VP-VVF

LUBE

FUS

3

Crane Insp

HM FLT CTL

4 4

Small fire in LDG Wheelwell from hot drill bit or swarf on protective plastic Aircraft being shored in the incorrect configuration Shoring not mechanically locked after set per SB, was being adjusted every morning 3 roller seized but lubricated roller outer surface, card says bolt Out-riggers when no extended during 90 degree operation of crane. Signed card without gaining access

Insp

FLT CTL

4

Signed card without gaining access

922 922

6.51% 6.51%

VP-VVF Error Rate for the Project not including Planning VP-VVF Total Error rate for the Project

60 60

UR-DNM #1 Engine Fuel& HYD lines disconnect protection Removal

ENGINE

3

UR-DNM #1 Engine O/B Fwd engine mount security

Removal

ENGINE

4

UR-DNM Fuel tank Safety UR-DNM Pitot-Static covers Protection UR-DNM #1 Engine Electrical disconnects protection

Open Pre-dock Removal

FLT CTL Av/Elect Av/Elect

4 4 3

UR-DNM Fuel tank Safety UR-DNM Aircraft Shoring

Open Jacking/Shoring

FLT CTL PM

4 4

UR-DNM Aircraft Jacking

Jacking/Shoring

PM

3

UR-DNM Hydraulic line disconnect UR-DNM Damage to all four C-duct carts

Removal Removal

Ldg ENGINE

3 3

#1 Engine Fuel& HYD lines collectively covered, no protective caps and HYD fluid lines above fuel line 4oz of hyd fluid in bottom of plastic Engine mount adapter attached bolt not properly tightened 1/4" gap Open fuel tanks procedures NOT followed (PRO 12 M22 and AMM) Aircraft not protected until advised on 4.2.2011 #1 Engine Electrical Disconnects not covered Follow up on 4-2-2011 no warning tag in Flt Deck per the read & sign Aircraft being shored in the incorrect configuration RH body gear lock ring not in locked position per SB and Best Practices After line disconnect not capped and plugged, just bagged which creates potential safety risk to workers. Tongues damaged from over steering


UR-DNM C-duct carts usage

Removal

UR-DNM Body cradles floating

Jacking/Shoring PM

4

UR-DNM Body cradles floating

Jacking/Shoring HM

2

ENGINE

2

Safety risk - fixture not tilted up to match hoisting angle, requied 6 people to support 50% of the weight of c-duct. Jacks not depressurized, four jack lifted off mechanical lock, STA 1197 twice the amount of others HM staff member rotated the mechanical locks when over pressure condition.


Page 1

4-15-2011 Maintenance Surveillance Matrix

S7

Aircraft

Housekeeping

FOD

Type of Check

LDG CHG

A4

C2

A1

A1

HIDE ACFT

C-CHECK

C-CHECK

C-CHECK

A check

Induction Date

01/16/10

02/01/10

03/02/10

03/18/10

04/13/10

Unhide columns

01/17/11

02/15/11

03/02/11

03/23/11

Completion Date

01/21/10

02/02/10

03/17/10

03/19/10

04/14/10

to view

01/29/11

03/10/11

03/17/11

03/25/11

04/11/11

Registration

HL7780

N492MC

MSN35793

N497MC

N492MC

VP-BVH

VP-BAX

HL8206

N740WA

VP-VVF

Rolling 5 acft

Assortment of FOD

2

2

2

2

2

2

4

2

2

2

10

12

HazMat control

2

2

3

2

2

2

3

2

2

2

11

11

Entrance/work stands

3

2

2

2

2

1

1

2

2

2

11

8

Container labeling/storage

2

2

2

2

2

2

3

2

1

1

10

9

Tooling certification/calibration

2

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

3

10

7

Lighting/electrical

2

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

10

5

Work benches/work stations

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

1

2

1

10

8

Positioned/grounded safe for maintenance Systems safed/tagged

1

1

1

2

1

4

1

9

2

2

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

2

7

7

Tubing/ducting capped or plugged

3

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

4

11

8

2

3

3

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

12

5

2

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

10

5

3

2

2

2

2

1

2

3

1

3

11

10

Workmanship

2

2

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

4

10

16

Tool utilization

2

2

3

2

2

2

4

1

1

2

11

10

Safety practices/PPE

2

2

3

3

3

4

2

3

3

4

13

16

Spills/clean-up

2

3

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

3

11

11

PTP

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

1

10

9

2

2

2

2

2

1

2

1

1

2

10

7

3

2

4

3

3

3

2

2

3

3

15

13

4

2

3

3

3

2

3

3

2

4

15

14

3

2

4

2

2

3

2

2

2

3

13

12

3

3

3

2

2

3

3

2

2

3

53

47

53

46

46

43

47

41

38

56

13 0 245

225

44

44

44

44

44

44

44

44

44

44

Electrical/ESD components capped/grounded/protected Panels/tape/covering properly installed Parts/area identified/ segregated/protected

Documentation

Approved data for jobcards Jobcards properly/timely completed/stamped Documentation/processing of non-routine items Approved data for non-routines Tracking/reporting of work flow and progress

Total by Aircraft Target

C-check

Last 5

13 Total Discrepancies


Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix (QS Manager)

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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Audit Schedule2011 2010Audit Schedule

As of April 15, 2011

Boeing Shanghai Audit Schedule 2011

Audit in April ●Scheduled Internal Audit: Material Management and Receiving Inspection ●Customer Audit: Boeing

4

150.00%

Audit Events

●Regulatory Authority: CASA

3 100.00%

2 50.00% 1

0

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

Scheduled Internal Audits

1

2

3

2

Customer Audits

0

1

0

1

Regulatory Authority Audits

2

0

1

1

Completed Audits

3

3

4

2

Percent Audits Completed

100% 100% 100%

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50%

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

0.00%


Boeing Shanghai Regulatory Audit Findings As of: 4/18/2011

35

30

EASA 25

FAA

20

CAAC EASA

15

10

FAA

EASA

CAAC

5

0

2/28/10

3/31/10

4/30/10

5/31/10

6/30/10

Created this period

7

Closed & Suspended

0

Open & Pending

7

Current Past Due *

7

24

6

16

5

30

1

25

2

20

2

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7/31/10

8/31/10

11/30/10

12/31/10

2/28/11

3/31/11

Today

0

0

0

6

0

21

15

0

4

14

2

5

1

0

16

0

17

16

2

0

1

0

21

20

20

1

0

0

0

0

0

10

1

1

0

0


Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix (QS Director)

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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Hazardous waste treatment report Week No. week3 week4 week5 week7 week8 Week10 Week11 Week12 Week13 Week14 Week15 Grand Total(KG)

沾染危废的清洗杂物及废包装 Cleaning sundry and the packaging polniumed hazardous waste

1500 4700 480

废矿物油 Waste mineral oil

42-废有机溶液 42 - waste organic solution

Man hours analysis 涂料染料废物 Coating dye waste

有机树脂废物 表面处理污泥 Organic resin waste Surface treatment sludge

废电池 Waste batteries

5 3600 2000 2000

1800 2400 1000 1100 611 420 686 14697

1600 600 680 1100

100 20

100

1150

11580

1150

120

100

Waste quantity

W e e k No. week3 week4 week5 week7 week8 Week10 Week11 Week12 Week13 Week14 Week15

la bour hour per 1000 hours 6591.5 228.3 7113 1166.9 484 991.7 4155 481.3 7293 521.0 7863 305.2 6795.5 382.6 6916.5 245.8 6798 219.3 4867.5 552.6 6725 102.0

average

5

472.4

Waste quantity per 1000 hours 1400.0 1200.0 1000.0 Waste quantity per 1000 hours

800.0 600.0 400.0 200.0

Average is 472.4 kgs per 1000 hours

0.0 week3

week4

week5

week7

week8

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Week10

Week11

Week12

Week13

Week14

Week15


Waste oil recovery report

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Gas Analysis- By Week Gas Consumption---m3

3 5 00

0

3 0 00

0

2 5 00

0

2 0 00

0

1 5 00

0

1 0 00

0

Max Mean

Min

5000 0

FW01

FW02

FW03

FW04

FW05

FW06

FW07

FW08

FW09

FW10

FW11

FW12

FW13

FW14

z FW 14 consumption is more than FW13, boiler is running about 2 Hours everyday to supply hot water to locker RM. z FW09 & FW03 was painting in Bay4.

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Electricity Analysis- By Week Electricity Consumption---KWH

900

00

800

00

700

00

600

00

500

00

400

00

300

00

200

00

100

00

Max Mean Min

0

FW01

FW02

FW03

FW04

FW05

FW06

FW07

FW08

z FW 05 is Spring Festival holiday. z FW09 & FW03 was painting in Bay4.

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FW09

FW10

FW11

FW12

FW13

FW14


Cost percentage

From Jan. 11 to Mar. 11 Electricity (RMB)

Utility Cost Percent Jan 2011

Utility Cost Item

Jan.

Feb.

Water (RMB)

Mar.

Natural Gas Kitchen (RMB) Natural Gas Boiler (RMB)

Electricity (RMB)

344040

424560

449820 48%

Water (RMB) Natural Gas TTL (RMB) Utility Total Cost (RMB)

8723

9265

8284 50%

370196

170328

173357 1% 1%

722959

604153

631461 Electricity (RMB)

Utility Cost Percent Mar 2011

Electricity (RMB)

Utility Cost Percent Feb 2011

Water (RMB)

Water (RMB)

Natural Gas TTL (RMB)

Natural Gas Kitchen (RMB) Natural Gas Boiler (RMB)

70%

Utility Total Cost (RMB)

36%

49% 1% 14%

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27%

1%2%


Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix (QS Manager)

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix (QS Manager)

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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Action Status Review

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Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix (QS Manager)

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

Status by prime responsible manager

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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Monthly Safety/Quality Committee Meeting Agenda – April. Time Scheduled

No.

Business Item (Responsible Member)

Materials

Action Required

5 Minutes

1.0

Opening comments (CEO)

None

Information Sharing

5 Minutes

2.0

Review attendance – Safety Director

Roster

Evaluate attendance of members

35 Minutes

3.0

Key Q&S Events Level 1&2 Items (Quality Manager)

Non conform, Safety & Customer item list

Status by prime responsible manager

3.1

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of Late, missing items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

3.2

Items requiring special attention (Prime responsible manager)

List of 90days old items

Responsible manager to provide explanation and recovery plan“

5 Minutes

3.3

MET user Matrix

10 Minutes

4.0

Surveillance – (QS Manager)

Surveillance Metrics

Evaluate trend, initiate actions for bad trends

10 Minutes

5.0

Audit Activities (Q&S Audit Leader)

Standard Audit Reports

Evaluate trends, identify areas for emphasis, (Review repeat items, closures, re-openings)

15 Minutes

6.0

EHS Metrics Review (Mike Zhang)

6.1

EHS Statistics/Emergency Preparedness

Injuries, waste, energy and water, Drill

Review trends and determine if unfavorable trends exist and if emphasis needed

5 Minutes

7.0

Violations and Disciplinary Action (HR Director)

Discipline Report

Determine if quality and safety related disciplinary actions in accord with Just Culture

20 Minutes

8.0

Wrap up

5 Minutes

8.1

Action Status Review

10 Minutes

8.2

Status Review of Emphasis Programs

SMS Development

5 Minutes

8.3

Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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Open Discussion/Emergent Issues

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