Chapter 5 Review Questions
- The three enforcement actions are informal actions, administrative actions and legal actions.
- Administrative enforcement actions are those that the FAA provides either verbally or in written, they have a low safety risk in situation where an individual or a business unintentionally violated the Aviation rules. Legal actions on the other hand are serious sanctions that the FAA can pursue against a pilot that can be used to prosecute him/her for an offense.
- Enforcement Decision Tool
- NTSB part 830
- FAA Compliance and Enforcement Program (Order 2150.3, Chapter 2) and FAA Order 8000.373
- Certificate Action also referred to as Civil penalty
- Enforcement Investigative Report
- The Enforcement Decision Process Worksheet is used by the FAA investigator to decide whether to continue with an allegation of violation before him/her.
- The United States Circuit Court of Appeals hears the case; federal government employs the judge of the District Court. A jury is present when the appeals are heard.
- The NTSA judge hears the first appeal; its only after it fails to prevail that it is presented to the to the US circuit Courts of Appeal.
- It is where authorization is done to have an attorney be paid his/her fees in a prevailing action against the United States failure of justifying litigation.
- (i) an applicant is deemed as the prevalent party
(ii) Applicant is involved in adversary adjudication
(iii) Substantiation of the FAA decision to issue the Order
- The employees make known of the reports about them before it is keyed in the database.
- The changes are;
- Enhanced accuracy
- Created better understanding among the locals
- There are notable changes in service provision as well as better resource allocation