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Location: AIRSTRIP: (General and surrounding areas) Date:

Name:
Position:

HSE TEAM TOUR/INSPECTION CHECKLIST- AIRSTRIP

Persons should use the list below as an aide memoir when undertaking an HSE inspection of this area.
Other issues may be included if felt appropriate depending on the work being carried out. The inspection
MUST be conducted in accordance with the Safety Plan and the checklists handed to the Chef de Service
HSE on completion.

/X
Issue
Obs.No.

Personal protective equipment


Worn by all personnel where required?
(Tanker driver, ERT, OSC, Pilots etc. If applicable)
Suitable for the task and in good condition?
(Consider re-fuelling, aircraft preparation and general duties of personnel)
First Aid
Is the eyewash station fully stocked and sealed?
Shall the eyewash bottles need to be replaced?
Are there a fully stocked first aid box?
General Housekeeping
Are there sufficient litter bins and is the area free from litter?
(Consider surrounding areas adjacent to apron, taxiway and runway & weather conditions)
Is the area free from debris?
(Consider surrounding areas adjacent to apron, taxiway and runway & weather conditions)
Is there sufficient and suitable spill protection?
(Consider tanker hanger, fuel storage and generator areas)
Are all utility hoses and ancillary equipment stored on provided container?
Is the area free from leakage?
(Consider tanker hanger, fuel storage and generator areas)
Is the area free from spillage?
(Consider tanker hanger, fuel storage and generator areas)
Are there any unusual odours?
(Consider tanker hanger, fuel storage and generator areas)
No trailing cables across walkways?
Are any trip hazards identified and highlighted? (YELLOW PAINT OR TAPE)
All materials stored in suitable areas and is all shelving in good condition and not overloaded?
(Container storage area)
Fire and Emergency Procedures
Have all fire extinguishers been annually checked and is the date marked on the extinguisher
body?
Are all fire signs and notices clearly visible?
Is all fire fighting equipment accessible and in good working order?
Are all fire exit doors working correctly and not obstructed?
Are all fire routes free from obstruction?
Have persons trained in the use of fire extinguishers?
Are persons aware of procedure to raise the alarm in the event of an emergency?
Access & Egress Routes
Are walkways free from obstruction?
Are any access route surfaces uneven or damaged
Are any defective surfaces clearly marked (Check if work request submitted to rectify)
Is the area free from trip hazards? If not, are they highlighted? (YELLOW PAINT OR TAPE)
Are designated pedestrian ways clearly marked?
Are pedestrian exclusion/prohibition areas clearly identified?
Separation of moving traffic and pedestrians
Are routes for visitors and other vehicles clearly identified?
Are definitive separation and signs in place for pedestrians and moving vehicles?
Are all traffic signs clearly visible?
Are designated and prohibited traffic routes clearly identified
Are maximum speed limit signs (10km/hr) visible on visitor parking approach route?
COSHH
Is there an MSDS sheet available for hazardous substances?
Are chemicals stored in accordance with the MSDS Sheet?
Are chemicals stored in accordance with the HSE recommendations?
Are hazardous wastes stored in accordance with the HSE recommendations?
Are all containers clearly marked with contents?
Are persons aware of the procedures in case of accidental spillage or leakage?
Have persons who are likely to use the hazardous chemicals been trained in their safe use and
have they read and understood the MSDS sheet?
Are drums and containers stored correctly in a `bunded` area provided?
Machinery/Plant/Equipment
Is all equipment etc. tested, inspected and maintained in accordance with the inspection and testing
regime identified the manufacturers instructions?
Are all guards and interlocks in place, in good condition and working correctly?
Are all emergency stops visible, accessible and in working order?
Have all users received adequate training in the safe use of the equipment?
Has all the portable electrical equipment been tagged to identify it has been inspected by the OOC
electrical department?
Are all electrical items in good condition and in a safe position?
Have persons been informed of the need to undertake user checks prior to operating electrical
equipment?

Manual Handling
Have any significant manual handling tasks been eliminated or if not possible, identified and
assessed?

General Comments / Further observations


Observation Observation Action required Responsible
Number Person/Department

Area Responsible (OSC):

Chef de Service HSE: ........

Chef de Departement Logistics: .

Inspector Prevention..
Location: AIRCRAFT REFUELING Date:
Name:
Position:
HSE TEAM TOUR/INSPECTION CHECKLIST- AIRCRAFT REFUELING
Persons should use the list below as an aide memoir when undertaking an HSE inspection of this area.
Other issues may be included if felt appropriate depending on the work being carried out. The inspection
MUST be conducted in accordance with the Safety Plan and the checklists handed to the Chef de Service
HSE on completion.

/X
Issue
Obs.No.

Personal protective equipment


Worn by all personnel where required?
Suitable for the task and in good condition?
Fire Team: Full fire fighting kit
FLO: Standard PPE
Tanker driver: Standard PPE with rubber gauntlets.
First Aid
Is there eyewash available?
Is there a fully stocked first aid box available?
Safety precautions
Has FLO been given clearance by the pilot to approach the aircraft?
Are all non essential personnel clear of refuelling area? (passengers, pedestrians etc.)
Is Fire appliance in place at a safe distance and upwind and in front of the aircraft?
Is a Fire Fighter on stand by with foam extinguisher upwind and 5m away from the operation?
Has the tanker driver been informed to approach the aircraft by the FLO
Is the tanker at a safe distance (no less than 1.5m) away from the front of the aircraft?
Has the FLO attached the `anti static` earth cable?
Are the RED step ladders certified and used correctly to access filling point?
Is the wing tip protection matting in place?
Is the fuel sample testing undertaken safely?
Has the FLO confirmed with the pilot the exact quantity of fuel required?
Does the tanker driver access filling point, apply fuel nozzle and refuel safely and correctly?
Is the FLO monitoring gauge for quantity of fuel delivered?
On completion does the pilot confirm security of filling point/fuel cap
Is this process repeated correctly on the opposite wing?
Is the process reversed on completion of refuelling activity
Is entire area left in a stable safe condition on completion
General Comments / Further observations
Observation Observation Action required Responsible
Number Person/Department

Area Responsible (OSC):

Chef de Service HSE: ........

Chef de Departement Logistics: .

Inspector Prevention..