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Operations Manual By Av8sms On AvPay
All EU based jet aircraft whether Part CAT or NCC must have an operations manual, but the production & continuous upkeep of the manual with the latest legal compliance is an unnecessary headache for many operators. The Av8sms operations manual is not a template, it is a fully customised system tailored for each operator & based around our Av8sms Safety Management System.
Last Updated:
07-12-2022
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Bournemouth Airport
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England
Dorset
South West
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DJL Aerospace jacks in greece
DJL Aerospace are able to assist in everything from consumables to landing gear exchanges. We also have brilliant connections in the industry allowing us to source any tooling we may not have in our pool. So please get in touch & we'll make sure you get what you need.
Last Updated:
09-11-2022
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Norwich
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Norfolk
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Controlling aircraft tools and preventing loose articles from being found in the cockpit or internal structure of an aircraft involves several measures. Implementing a system of tool accountability is crucial. This includes keeping an inventory of all tools on board the aircraft, assigning responsibility for their use, and ensuring they are returned to their designated storage locations after use. Provide designated secure storage areas, such as toolboxes or cabinets, to store tools when they are not in use. These storage areas should be properly secured to prevent tools from shifting or falling during flight. Utilize tool retention systems to prevent tools from inadvertently being dropped or left behind. This can include tools tethered to the aircraft structure or using tool belts or pouches that secure tool while allowing easy access. Conduct pre-flight and post-flight inspections to ensure that all tools have been accounted for and properly stowed. This includes visually inspecting the cockpit, cabin, and cargo compartments for any loose articles or tools. Establish clear tool control procedures for the use, handling, and storage of tools. This can include guidelines for tool inspection, maintenance, and reporting any damaged or missing tools. Provide training to flight crews and maintenance personnel on the importance of tool control and the potential hazards associated with loose articles. Promote awareness of the consequences of unsecured tools and the impact they can have on flight safety. Encourage a reporting culture where individuals are encouraged to report any instances of loose articles or unsecured tools promptly. Implement appropriate corrective actions to address any deficiencies identified during inspections or reported incidents. Incorporate Foreign Object Debris (FOD) prevention programs into the overall maintenance and operational procedures. This includes regular inspections, maintenance practices, and employee training to minimize the risk of loose articles, including tools, entering critical areas of the aircraft. Remember that preventing loose articles and maintaining tool control is a collective responsibility of the flight crew, maintenance personnel, and ground support staff. It requires a proactive approach, adherence to established procedures, and a commitment to ongoing training and awareness. By implementing these measures, the risk of loose articles and tool-related incidents can be significantly minimized, enhancing overall flight safety.