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b) security, excessive wear and elongation of attachment NEPALESE CIVIL AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS
freedom from slip of the release mechanism and MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
CHAPTER C.11
e) freedom of operation of safety harness inertia reels. SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Whenever inspection shows that a belt or harness may have lost strength, each seat belt and safety harness shall be proof tested. The proof test shall be made by applying a tensile load to the belt or harness equal to 50% of its This chapter prescribes airworthiness standards that apply to the maintenance of safety equipment carried on The rated strength is determined from the number of g the belt or strap is designed to withstand. The unit value of g Safety equipment is equipment which is not usually an integral part of an aircraft but which is carried in flight for 120 lb. for safety belts and safety harness lower straps. 45 the protection of the aircraft, its crew and passengers during normal operations or emergency situations. Safety equipment includes seat belts, safety harnesses, flotation equipment, portable fire extinguishers, First Aid Note 1. : For a safety belt designed to a 9g specification,
Kits/Physician's Kit, emergency escape devices and the test load would be:
1.3 Prescribed safety and survival equipment that the crew or passengers are expected to use or operate at the time of an emergency shall be reliable, readily accessible and easily identified, and its method of operation shall be plainly Note 2.: The rated strength of safety belts conforming to
T.S.O. C.22 is 1,500 lb.
Safety belts under test must show no signs of slipping or SEAT BELTS AND SAFETY HARNESSES
disengagement. After the belt has been tested at the full test load, the load must be reduced to a value of 1.5g, i.e. Each seat belt or safety harness shall be inspected at the 180 lb., and the release mechanism be tested for ease of periods specified in the approved Maintenance If a belt or harness is found to be satisfactory after proof wear, damage, broken stitches, discoloration and test, the date of the test, and the licence or approval number of the certifying person shall be stenciled on it NCAR,Chapter C 11
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with indelible ink before it is returned to service. discharged or partially discharged in flight, an entry shall Unsatisfactory items must be repaired or scrapped. be made in the Technical (Flight) Log and, at the conclusion of the flight, the discharged extinguisher shall FLOTATION EQUIPMENT
Flotation equipment includes inflatable life jackets, Each portable fire extinguisher shall be tested for floating baby survival cots and inflatable life rafts. Unless otherwise specified by the Director General in the Maintenance Programme all such equipment shall be a) whenever it is suspected that it may not be fully inspected and tested at intervals not exceeding 12 months At the inspection period, the flotation equipment shall be b) at intervals not exceeding 12 months. unpacked and be visually inspected for defects. It shall The test shall be made by weighing the extinguisher with then be inflated and be checked for leaks. weighing equipment of known accuracy. The weight shall not be less than that specified by the manufacturer for a If the equipment manufacturer specifies a test pressure, that pressure shall be used. If no test pressure is specified, the equipment shall be inflated to 14 K Pa (2 lb. per sq. After an extinguisher has been weighed, a tie-on label must be attached giving the date of the weighing and the licence or approval number of the certifying person. The light unit, electrical cell, gas cylinder and operating unit must be inspected and tested in accordance with the FIRST AID KITS AND PHYSICIAN'S KIT
First Aid Kits and/or Physician's Kit shall be packed, After all tests are completed and the equipment is proven inspected and stowed as specified in Appendix-1 and serviceable, a tie-on label must be attached giving the Appendix-2 as applicable of this Chapter C.11. serial number of the flotation equipment, the date when the next inspection is due and the licence or approval No licensed or approved person shall issue a Maintenance number of the person releasing the equipment for service. Release unless satisfied that all required First Aid Kits and/or Physician's Kit are complete and properly stowed PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
All portable fire extinguishers shall be maintained as EMERGENCY ESCAPE EQUIPMENT
specified in the manufacturers' instructions and at the periods approved in the Maintenance Programme for the Emergency escape hatches shall be tested for freedom of aircraft. Unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer, action at the intervals specified in the approved bottles shall be pressure tested every five years. Maintenance Programme. The certifying person must ensure that each escape hatch could be operated easily in Each portable fire extinguisher shall be fully charged at difficult circumstances. If locking handles are secured by the commencement of each flight. If an extinguisher is NCAR,Chapter C 11
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lock wire, the wire must be thin and weak so that no Note: Great care and extreme cleanliness is essential
excessive force is required to break it. when handling bottles or pipes containing oxygen
to avoid the risk of fire or explosion.
At each daily and all other periodic inspections, the certifying person shall ensure that each escape hatch is CERTIFICATION
properly secured and can only be opened as the result of Removable items of emergency equipment which may be interchanged from one aircraft to another must have their Unless otherwise approved by the Director General in the history recorded on a record card and be identified by a Maintenance Programme, all emergency escape chutes, label attached to the item. All labels shall be strong, escape ropes or harnesses shall be tested at intervals not clearly written and firmly attached. The recording on the exceeding 12 months. The deployment of inflatable label of the license number of the certifying person and emergency escape chutes should be witnessed by an the date constitutes the Certificate of Compliance required authorized person from the Airworthiness Inspection The testing of safety equipment which is part of the PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLES
aircraft, e.g. emergency escape hatches, shall be recorded Portable oxygen bottles and associated equipment such as masks shall be serviced and maintained only by person who have been specially trained in the care and Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal.
maintenance of oxygen storage and distribution systems. Whenever prescribed by operational requirements, portable oxygen cylinders shall be carried in flight. The cylinders must be fully filled with aviation breathing oxygen complying with International Standard ISO 2046. Prior to issuing a Maintenance Release, the certifying person shall ensure that the required number of portable oxygen bottles and masks are on board, are fully charged and are clean and free from any defects such as damaged All portable oxygen equipment shall be maintained as specified in the manufacturers' instructions and at the periods approved in the Maintenance Programme for the aircraft. Unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer Bottles shall be pressure tested every three years. NCAR,Chapter C 11
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Appendix-1
Aid Kit before issuing Certificate given in Form C.11.1 of this Appendix-1. The First Aid Kit then be sealed and PROVISION OF FIRST AID KIT IN AIRCRAFT
APPLICABILITY
All Nepalese civil registered aircraft before every flight shall be equipped with certified First Aid Kits for treatment of injuries which may occur in flight or as a result of minor accidents. REQUIREMENT
The number of First Aid Kit to be carried on board shall First Aid Kit
Aircraft with seating capacity of more than 250 Aircraft with seating capacity from 151-250 Aircraft with seating capacity from 61-150 Aircraft with seating capacity from 21-60 Aircraft with seating capacity from 0-20 FIRST AID KIT
First Aid Kit shall be carried on all aircraft. The First Aid Kit container must be moisture and dust- proof and readily accessible to cabin crew/flight crew in The First Aid Kit container shall be of green background with a white cross of size at least 2 inches into 2 inches and the words "FIRST AID KIT" in prominent letters shall appear on the front surface of the container. The contents of the First Aid shall be as specified in paragraph 4. The certifying engineer must satisfy himself on the completeness of the required content in the First NCAR,Chapter C 11
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The First Aid Kit must remain sealed till the time of its use. After use if must be replenished, certified and The stowage and the intact condition of the seal of the resealed. If the seal is broken during bomb threat First Aid Kit (s) shall be ensured prior to every flight by a inspection or due security reasons or due to usage of the person designated by the organization. The responsibility kit and can not be replenished and certified due to non of the designated person with regard to this check shall be availability of certifying person, the First Aid Kit may be carried on board in an unsealed condition provided it is The completeness of the contents of First Aid Kit shall be certified or replaced by a Certified Kid at the first examined and certified by an appropriately licensed or available opportunity or arrival at base, whichever is approved person at the time of issue or renewal of The First Aid Kit containers must bear a serial number TRAINING OF CABIN CREW MEMBERS IN THE
given by the operator for the purpose of identification. APPLICATION OF FIRST AID KIT
It will be the responsibility of the owner or operator to ensure that The First Aid Kit when more than one, must be cabin crew/flight crew are adequately and properly trained in the distributed in the passenger cabin as evenly as practicable proper use of items contained in the First Aid Kit. and the stowage location shall be conspicuously marked CONTENTS OF THE FIRST AID KIT
Each First Aid Kit shall contain at least the following Quantity
Burn compound, 30 gms or an equivalent of other burn remedy xiii) List of Contents along with Certificate as shown in Form C.11.1 PERIODIC EXAMINATION OF THE FIRST AID KIT
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Form C.11.1
Appendix-1
Appendix-2
PROVISION OF PHYSICIAN'S KIT IN AIRCRAFT
APPLICABILITY
Large public transport aircraft, capable of carrying more than 60 passengers including crew when engaged in commercial flights, shall in addition to the First Aid Kit be equipped with Physician's Kit which shall contain the life saving equipment, injections and medicines. I hereby certify that the completeness of the contents of REQUIREMENTS
the First Aid Kit is in accordance with the items as The number of Physician's Kit to be carried on board shall specified in Nepalese Civil Airworthiness Requirements Chapter C.11 paragraph 4 of Appendix-1 and sealed in Physician's Kit
a) Aircraft with seating capacity of more than 250 Date: ………… Signature: ………… b) Aircraft with seating capacity from 151-250 c) Aircraft with seating capacity from 61-150 Licence or Approval No.: ……………. d) Aircraft with seating capacity from 21-60 e) Aircraft with seating capacity from 0-20 PHYSICIAN'S KIT

3.1
The Physician's Kit container must be moisture and dust proof and free from damaging temperature and readily accessible to cabin crew/flight crew, in flight. The Physician's Kit container shall be of green background with a white cross of size at least 2 inches into 2 inches and the words "PHYSICIAN'S KIT" in
prominent letters shall appear on the front surface of the The content of the Physician's Kit shall be as specified in paragraph 4. The certifying Registered Medical Practitioner holding at least an MBBS degree must satisfy himself on the completeness of the required content in the Physician's Kit before issuing Certificate given in Form NCAR,Chapter C 11
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C.11.2. The Physician's Kit then be sealed and kept ready Physician's Kit must remain sealed till the time of its use. After the items listed in paragraph 4.2 are used it must be replenished and certified by a Registered Medical Practitioner and resealed. If the seal is broken during bomb threat inspection or due security reasons or due to usage of the kit and can not be re-certified due to non availability of Registered Medical Practitioner, the Physician's Kit may be carried on board in unsealed re-certified or replaced by a Certified Kit at the first available opportunity or arrival at base, which ever is Cabin crew shall ensure the proper filling up of Form C.11.3 as shown in Appendix-2 after usage of medicines 15. Sterile Plastic Gabs for multipurpose contained in the Physician's Kit and signed by the The Physician's Kit containers must bear a serial number given by the operator for the purpose of identification. The stowage locations shall be conspicuously marked for 22. List of Contents along with Certificate in The medicines contained in the Physician's Kit are intended to be administered only by a Registered Medical CONTENTS OF PHYSICIAN'S KIT
Sr. no. Items
Minimum quantity Maximum
Quantity
above 150
Passengers
Passengers
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Form C.11.2
The stowage and the intact condition of the seal of the INJECTIONS AND OTHER MEDICINES
Physician's Kit shall be ensured prior to every flight by a person designated by the organization. The responsibility 1. INJ. ADRENALINE TARTRATE 1:1000 Stabilized of the designated person with regard to this check shall be 2. INJ. AVIL Pheniramine Meleate 22.75mg. 3. INJ. ATROPINE SULPHATE Atropine Sulphate 0.65mg.1 ml x 2 The completeness of the contents of such Kit shall be examined and certified by Registered Medical Practitioners once in a year provided the expiry dates of injections and medicines are within limits. Note: For injections, medicines and equipment that are not
available, substitutes may be used, provided the same are
certified by Registered Medical Practitioner as alternate to
those injections, medicines and equipment.
PERIODIC EXAMINATION OF THE PHYSICIAN'S KIT
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Form C.11.2
Appendix-2
I hereby certify that the completeness of the contents of the
Physician's Kit is in accordance with the items as specified
in Nepalese Civil Airworthiness Requirements Chapter
C.11 paragraph 4 of Appendix-2 and sealed in my presence.
Registration No.: ……………….….
Form C.11.3

Appendix-3
Patient's Name: …………………Age: …………. Name and dose of injection/medicine given: …………… Remarks regarding condition of patient/injuries: ………. …………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………… Name and address of physician: ………………………… Signature: ………………Registration No.: ……….…….
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Source: http://www.caanepal.org.np/publication/NCR/C11.pdf

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