Knowledge & Implementation

  • Is the CIL document being followed?

  • Has the operator been trained or shown the task before?

  • By whom

  • When

  • Does the tech or tech op have all the materials, tools or PPE documented in the CIL?

  • Does the tech or tech op require any other materials or tools to complete the CIL?

  • Notification to be raised.

  • Does the tech or tech op find any discrepancies while completing the task.

  • Notification to be raised

Planning & Housekeeping

  • Is the task completed in the time stated on the CIL?

  • Is the frequency of the task correct?

  • Notification to be raised.


  • Have any defects found been documented, escalated, notification raised?

  • Do any notifications raised have sufficient detail?

  • If the task requires parts, has the technician reserved & consumed the parts for the task?

  • Does the technician know how many defects are outstanding in his area, do they know where the parts are stored to correct the defect if parts are needed?

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