• 1 Are sufficient number of personnel engaged in the towing and parking operation as required by the procedure?

  • 2 Are personnel following the suppliers procedure to reduce risk of aircraft damage during the towing operation?

  • 3 Is the procedure adequate to prevent risk of aircraft damage?

  • 4 Is the parked location and clearance with other aircraft adequate?
    Consider risk of damage both by proximity with other parked aircraft, ground equipment, structures and traffic.

  • 5 Are towing personnel aware of their responsibilities as per procedure?

  • 6 Are personnel aware of the risks to themselves and the aircraft during towing?

  • 7 Is communications effective?

  • 8 Do personnel know what todo if there is an incident during towing operations?
    Contain, report and recovery.

  • 9. Record any additional observations here.

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