Aerodrome Technical Inspection (ATI) Inspector Qualification & Experience Validation Form Very few aerodromes I visit take the time to make sure the person or persons who carry out their aerodrome technical inspections meet the qualification and experience requirements laid out in CASR 139.240.
Operations under a safety management system typically demand a higher level of assurance than has existed in the past. You can't rely on tradition or past conduct - you have to examine and re-examine your decisions regularly - its part of the safety assurance, change management and continuous improvement components of a good safety management system.
To assist with making the assessment of a potential ATI Inspector, I've put together this simple form to show how a conscientious aerodrome operator might record such an assessment. The process involves the aerodrome operator seeking evidence (degrees, resumés, references) from the inspector and then either accepting or rejecting this evidence based on the regulatory requirements.
Please feel free to take this form, change it, incorporate it into your manual (or not). Whatever you do, please do something and make sure its recorded. We auditors are a cynical bunch, for us - if it ain't recorded, it didn't happen.