Name of Airport
Airport ARFF Index
Check index for the critical aircraft and schedule of operations.
Check for appropriate firefighting equipment to meet index and agents.
Check for sufficient personnel.
Check vehicle and equipment readiness, including North American Emergency Response Guidebook accessibility.
Conduct a Re-fractometer or conductivity test if the ARFF has not conducted one in the past 6 months.
Check dry chemical testing records to verify testing has been conducted as required by the manufacturer.
Check for procedures to address reduction in capability.
Check for communications capability, including method of alert.
Conduct 3-minute response drill, as appropriate, day light drill.
Conduct 3-minute response drill, as appropriate, night drill.
Check ARFF personnel proximity suits and self-contained breathing apparatus.
Check self-contained breathing apparatus re-service system.
Check ARFF personnel training records, "A" Shift.
Check ARFF personnel training records, "B" Shift.
Check ARFF personnel training records, "C" Shift.
Check ARFF personnel for knowledge of the 11 ARFF areas contained in Section 139.319 (i) (2).
Check ARFF personnel for NIMS knowledge base and ICS 100, 200, 300, 400 and 700 certification(s).
Check ARFF personnel for AOA Movement Training Program (Safe Operation on Movement / Safety Area).
Check emergency medical technician (EMT) or medical response capability.
Check records of live-fire drills, "A" Shift.
Check records of live-fire drills, "B" Shift.
Check records of live-fire drills, "C" Shift.
Check at least one supervisor with each fueling agent must have completed an aviation fuel training course in fire safety that is authorized by the FAA.
Training of fueling personnel in fire safety must be completed within 12 consecutive calendar months.
Check that certificate holder have obtain a written confirmation once every 12 consecutive calendar months from each airport tenant fueling agent that the training required has been accomplished.
Check that each Aircraft Mobile Fueling Servicing Vehicle Was Checked Quarterly, and maintain a record of that inspection for at least 12 consecutive calendar months.
Check that each Stationary Airport Fueling System Was Checked Quarterly, and maintain a record of that inspection for at least 12 consecutive calendar months.
Check to ensure certificate holder have required each tenant fueling agent to take immediate corrective action whenever the certificate holder becomes aware of noncompliance, and ensure corrective actions are accomplished within a reasonable period of time.