FAA ORDER 2150.3 B PDF
This order discusses the authorities, responsibilities, policies, B, FAA Compliance and Enforcement Program (with Change 13), 10/01/. Reprint of FAA Order B FAA Compliance and Enforcement Program. This order contains policies, procedures, and guidelines for the Federal Aviation. For violations occurring before September 18, , FAA enforcement personnel apply the sanction policy guidance in FAA Order B.
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We take this opportunity to not only advise you of this change, but to also remind you of the four other changes that have been made to the FAA Order The Caa link gaa the Order and all of its changes is http: In particular, the FAA has modified its sanction policy regarding security airspace violations to allow the use of administrative action as may be appropriate.
The change simplifies the enforcement decision process, eliminates redundancies, and provides flexibility to allow program offices to develop specific worksheets and guidance for their organizations.
Darryl H. Phillips (Author of FAA Order B)
In this policy statement, the Federal Air Surgeon has announced that he is now prepared to consider, on a case-by-case basis, applicants who take select antidepressant medications for the special issuance of all classes of medical certification. The FAA wants to encourage airmen to make a complete disclosure regarding a history of or current use of antidepressant medications, the underlying condition for which the antidepressant medication was prescribed, and associated visits to health professionals so that they can be considered for special issuance medical certification.
Therefore, the FAA, per the terms of Compliance and Enforcement Bulletinwill not initiate legal enforcement action against applicants for violations of 14 C.
Change 3 amended the sanction guidance for violations of the industry drug and alcohol testing requirements under 14 CFR part formerly oder at 14 CFR part Appendices I and J.
The change provides more specific guidance for determining sanctions in cases where there are multiple violations of certain industry drug and alcohol regulations and amends the prescribed ranges for certain types of violations set forth in Appendix B.
Change 4 provided sanction guidance to agency enforcement personnel in initiating and processing laser-related interference with crewmember cases involving violations of 14 C.
Big Changes in FAA’s Policies Concerning FAA Enforcement Actions
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