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  • Entrances to fueling areas posted with No Smoking signs<br>

  • No evidence of smoking<br>

  • All tanks, machinery, piping is bonded or grounded<br>

  • Areas around tanks are free of weeds, trash or combustible materials<br>

  • Emergency fuel shutoffs provided for each fueling system/Outside spill area

  • Proper EMERGENCY FUEL SHUTOFF placards / 7 ft above grade<br>

  • Emergency fuel shutoffs kept clear and tested every 6 months<br>

  • Fuel servicing equipment properly maintained free of leaks<br>

  • Procedures for prevention & control of spills and notification to fire dept<br>

  • Bonding connections available for loading stations<br>

  • Deadman controls available for loading stations / Not bypassing deadman<br>

  • Dry break couplers / adaptors installed<br>

  • Aircraft fuel hose/blistering, cracking, carcass saturation, separation, kinks<br>

  • Fueling hydrants, pits, cabinets located 50’ from bldg excpt loading bridges<br>

  • Portable fire extinguishers at fuel storage areas and loading stations<br>

  • Portable fire extinguishers on aircraft servicing ramps / aprons<br>

  • At least 1 wheeled extinguisher if >200 gpm aircraft fueling system or equipment.

  • Explosion proof electrical equipment<br>

  • Above ground fuel piping on aircraft movement area protected by barrier guard<br>

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  • Photos

  • Name & Signature of Inspector

  • Date & Time of Inspection

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