Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 105 Part 1.djvu/980

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105 STAT. 952 PUBLIC LAW 102-143—OCT. 28, 1991 aircraft's structure, skin, and other age-sensitive parts and components has been adequate and timely enough to ensure the highest degree of safety. (d) PROCEDURES. —The rule issued pursuant to this section shall establish procedures to be followed in carrying out the inspections required by the rule. (e) AVAILABILITY OF AIRCRAFT.—The rule issued pursuant to this section shall require the air carrier to make available to the Administrator the aircraft and such inspection, maintenance, and other records pertaining to the aircraft as the Administrator may require for carrying out reviews required by the rule. SEC. 403. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SAFETY PROGRAMS. Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this title, the Administrator shall establish— (1) a program to verify that air carriers are maintaining their aircraft in accordance with maintenance programs approved by the Federal Aviation Administration; (2) a program— (A) to provide inspectors and engineers of the Federal Aviation Administration with training necessary for conducting auditing inspections of aircraft operated by air carriers for corrosion and metal fatigue; and (B) to enhance participation of such inspectors and engineers in such inspections; and (3) a program to ensure that air carriers demonstrate to the Administrator their commitment and technical competence to assure the airworthiness of aircraft operated by such carriers. SEC. 404. FOREIGN AIR TRANSPORTATION. (a) GENERAL RULE.—The Administrator shall take all possible steps to encourage foreign governments and relevant international organizations to develop standards and requirements for inspections and reviews which will ensure the continuing airworthiness of aging aircraft used by foreign air carriers to provide foreign air transportation to and from the United States and which will afford passengers of such foreign air carriers the same level of safety as will be afforded psissengers of air carriers by implementation of this title. OJ) REPORT.— Not later than the last day of the second fiscal year beginning after the date of the enactment of this title, the Administrator shall report to Congress on implementation of this section. SEC. 405. ADMINISTRATOR DEFINED. As used in this title, the term "Administrator" means the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration. Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991. Drugs and drug abuse. Safety. 49 USC app. 1301 note. 49 USC app. 1434 note. TITLE V—OMNIBUS TRANSPORTATION EMPLOYEE TESTING SHORT TITLE SEC. 1. This title may be cited as the Employee Testing Act of 1991". 'Omnibus Tremsportation FINDINGS SEC. 2. The Congress finds that— (1) alcohol abuse and illegal drug use pose significant dangers to the safety and welfare of the Nation;