CASP Aerospace, based in Pointe-Claire, Quebec, announced its recently completed Process Inspection by the Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) resulted in zero findings and zero observations.
A Process Inspection audit is performed by the TCCA to verify that an operation is in compliance with regulatory requirements and that it also has systems and procedures in place that ensure on-going compliance.
“CASP Aerospace offers a wide range of services including engine, cargo, APU, lavatory and handheld fire extinguishers, slide and raft inflation cylinders, emergency air reservoirs, fixed and portable oxygen bottles, crew mask and various related equipment,” said Alan Templeton, president and general manager, CASP. “Achieving the zero findings and zero observations result speaks volumes regarding the quality of our workmanship and robustness of our quality management system.”
CASP Aerospace, an independent MRO supported by industry OEMs, has been specializing in the repair, overhaul, exchange and sale of aircraft safety and life support equipment for more than 45 years. The company is also a stocking distributor for Securaplane sealed lead-acid batteries, aircraft security systems and cameras.