1. Aviation Safety HAF

1.1. Is the SAFSO current and qualified in a unit mission aircraft?
(AFI 91-202 2.1.4.) [1.06]

1.2. Do SAFSO's, upon appointment, contact the wing safety office for required training?
(AFI 91-202 7.3.5.1.1.) [1.10]

1.3. Do units with a flying programs have a written MACA program coordinated with all involved/interested parties?
(AFI 91-202 7.3.3.) [3.02]

1.4. Do SAFSO's ensure a current file of applicable safety directives are maintained by the unit?
AFI 91-202
AFI 91-204
AFI 36-2833
AFPAM 91-212
(AFI 91-202 7.3.5.1.6.) [3.03]

1.5. For every bird strike, are remains (if available) sent to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History for identification?
(AFMAN 91-223 1.5.3.) [5.09]

1.6. Have commanders of flying squadrons without an authorized FSO appointed a SAFSO as an additional duty?
(AFI 91-202 2.1.4.2.) [8.01]

1.7. Do SAFSO's disseminate flight safety information to unit crews members?
(AFI 91-202 7.3.5.1.3.) [8.02]

1.8. Do SAFSO's maintain unit bulletin boards?
(AFI 91-202 7.3.5.1.8.) [8.03]

1.9. Do SAFSO's assist in conducting wing safety inspections as requested and conduct unit self-inspections?
(AFI 91-202 7.3.5.1.8.) [8.04]

1.10. Do SAFSO's forward all flying safety matters of significance, which cannot be corrected at unit level through the unit commander to the Chief of Safety?
(AFI 91-202 7.3.5.1.4.) [8.05]

2. Aviation Safety AMC Sup

2.1. Are the following reporting forms readily available and are they the current version?
(AFI 91-202, AFI 91-204, AFMAN 91-223)

2.1.1. USAF HAZARD REPORT
(AF IMT 457, 19730901, V2)

2.1.2. AMC IN-FLIGHT EMERGENCY AND UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE WORKSHEET
(AMC FORM 97, 20030501, V2)

2.1.3. AIR FORCE WILDLIFE STRIKE REPORT
(AF IMT 853, 20051015, V2)

2.1.4. HAZARDOUS AIR TRAFFIC REPORT (HATR)
(AF IMT 651, 19981001, V2)

2.2. Has the unit identified airfields that are used for local transition work and conducted a wildlife threat assessment for those airfields if they do not have BASH plans?
(AFPAM 91-212) [3.7]

2.3. Is the primary duty of the SAFSO to manage the squadron's internal flight safety program as directed by the SQ/CC?
(AFI 91-202 2.1.4.2 AMC Sup) [6.9]

2.4. Is the SAFSO a graduate of the FSO course (desired, not required)?
(AFI 91-202 2.1.4.2. AMC Sup) [6.11]

2.5. Are SAFSO's assigned full-time flying related additional duties when it is not necessary?
(AFI 91-202 2.1.4.2. AMC Sup) [6.12]

2.6. Does each SAFSO assist the Wing Chief of Flight Safety in overall management of the Flight Safety Program?
(AFI 91-202 2.1.4.2. AMC Sup) [6.13]

2.7. Are flight safety meeting minutes published and posted?
(AFI 91-202 7.5.6. AMC Sup) [8.2]

2.8. Does the relevant safety information in the FCIF or Safety Read File contain a minimum of Blue Four News, MDS-Specific and other pertinent safety mishap report information, safety meeting minutes, seasonal flying information, BASH, MACA, and other local flying safety awareness topics?
(AFI 91-202 7.3.5.1.9. AMC Sup) [8.7]

2.9. Does the safety staff brief contractor personnel with access to privileged safety or privacy act information on the proper handling of safety reports? Does the unit safety office maintain a list of these individuals and the date they were briefed?
(AFI 91-204 3.7.3.5.9. AMC Sup) [9.4]

2.10. Are spot inspections conducted at all flight work areas periodically?
(AFI 91-202 7.6.4. AMC Sup) [10.3]

2.11. Do spot inspection reports meet the minimum documentation criteria? (Date, Inspectors name, Organization or Activity inspected, Unit POC, brief description of what was observed)
(AFI 91-202 7.6.4. AMC Sup) [10.4]

2.12. Are follow up actions (spot inspections and follow up reporting) performed every 30 days to ensure corrective action is taken?
(AFI 91-202 3.5.3.8. AMC Sup) [10.5]

REFERENCES

AFI 91-202

AFI 91-204

AFI 91-204 AMC Sup

AMCI 36-2805

AFMAN 91-223 AMC Sup

AFPAM 91-212

AFI 36-2833

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.