• 1. Are only certified operators performing ground engine runs? (Special Certification Roster)

  • 2. Is a fire bottle readily available on the spot?

  • 3. Have all engine inlet/exhaust covers and pitot covers been removed? Have engine inlet/exhaust inspections been performed prior to and after maintenance engine runs?

  • 4. Has a FOD check been conducted on the trim pad or parking spot where the engine run is to take place?

  • 5. Is a fire guard posted at the fire bottle? Are they familiar with the fire bottle and do they know proper fire fighting techniques?

  • 6. Is ground to cockpit/flight deck communication established, when applicable? Is proper hearing protection used by all personnel in the area?

  • 7. Are personnel clear of all inlets, exhausts, ad RF areas?

  • 8. Is appropriate lighting available during hours of darkness?

  • 9. Has a request for ground engine run been granted by Air Traffic Control?

  • 10. Are tech data and/or checklists readily available and referenced?

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