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cluldren. Care when handling. Licence By Post © copyright Bt 14.2 11.3 ISSUE 181 AUTHORITY It is IMPORTANT to note that the information in this book is for study training purposes only. When carrying out a procedure/work on aircraft/aircraft equipment you MUST always refer to the relevant aircraft maintenance manual or equipment manufacturer's handbook. You should also follow the requirements of your national regulatory authority (the CAA in the UK) and laid down company policy as regards local procedures, recording, report writing, documentation etc For health and safety in the workplace you should follow the regulations/guidelines as specified by the equipment manufacturer, your company, national safety authorities and national governments. CONTENTS Fuel storage Airframe construction techniques Airframe rigging Aircraft cleaning Page 17 27