FlyingMonkey Posted February 17, 2017 Report Share Posted February 17, 2017 Hey all... Many of you know that I recently converted my CTSW to E-LSA. As part of the process, I had to verify to the DAR that all Flight Design factory safety alerts have been complied with (not service bulletins, which are recommended but not mandatory). There are only six safety alerts for the CTSW, and it was not a big deal to document. When I presented the paperwork to the DAR, he suggested that to make verification of compliance easier in the future, that in addition to the airframe and engine logbooks, I create a "compliance log" that documents when and how service bulletins, service alerts, and similar items have been addressed. He also seems to think that having such a log would make it easier to sell an airplane in the future, since you'd have all documentation of compliance with factory guidance in one place, easy to see. Has anybody done this? I'm considering it, but not sure if it's overkill since it's fairly easy to print the service alerts / service bulletins and see in the airframe & engine logs where they have been done. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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