• 1. Are staff in posession of Loading Instructions?

  • 2. Do staff avoid twisting, bending and stooping?

  • 3. Are staff wearing appropriate PPE (e.g. Hi-vis clothing, safety footwear, face mask, overalls) correctly?

  • 4. Are staff in posession of company issued hearing protection?

  • 5. Are GSE directly interacting with the Aircraft equipped with edge protection (rubber, foam)?

  • 6. Is banksman used for positioning of applicable vehicles onto / off the Aircraft?

  • 7. Are correct marshalling signals used?

  • 8. Are stabilisers deployed on all high lift vehicles (catering trucks, ambulifts) before body is raised?

  • 9. Are all hold doors open to check if holds are empty?

  • 10. Are staff visibly checking that the locks are engaged?

  • 11. If fuelling &boarding takes place is Fuelling Overseer designated?

  • 12. In case of fuelling & boarding is headset provided for the Fuelling Overseer?

  • 13. Does the fuelling vehicle have a clear exit route without the need for reversing?

  • 14. Is bonding cable connected and dead man's handle used?

  • 15. Is fuelling zone kept free from sources of ignition (vehicles, mobile phones, radios, etc.) unless intrinsically safe?

  • 16. Is loading instruction signed by the loading team and presented to the dispatcher AFTER completion of the onload?

  • 17. Are cones left in position until all GSE is removed?

  • 18. Is full pre-departure inspection carried out including wingtips and engine cowling clips?

  • 19. Is pushback carried out at the walking pace?

  • 20. Has the stand been cleared of GSE after Aircraft departure?

  • 21. If any non conformities are observed by the supervisory staff, do they take actions without prompt by the inspector?

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