36.7. Hydrocarbon Fuels Checklist.

  • 36.7.1. Have possible sources of ignition been identified and prohibited from areas where flammable
    vapor may exist? Reference

  • 36.7.2. Have all damaged static grounds been repaired and retested for resistance values? Reference

  • 36.7.3. Have all personnel in work environments where petroleum products are present been
    instructed on hazards of static electricity? Reference

  • 36.7.4. Are all personnel involved in fuel handling operations trained in minimizing the possibility
    of fuel spills and proper response procedures if a spill does occur? Reference

  • 36.7.5. Are proper procedures used when entering petroleum storage tanks? Reference 36.2.3

  • 36.7.6. Are the minimum safety features present in locations where petroleum products are handled
    or stored? Reference 36.2.4

  • 36.7.7. Are emergency shower and eyewash units in place IAW Chapter 19? Reference

  • 36.7.8. Are fuel transport vehicles electrically bonded to the offloading header during fuel handling
    operations? Reference

  • 36.7.9. Are proper procedures utilized for fuel transfer operations, including gauging and
    temperature measurement? Reference

  • 36.7.10. Is fire protection equipment properly located prior to fuel handling operations? Reference

  • 36.7.11. Do local fuel movement procedures include emergency shutdown procedures? Reference

  • 36.7.12. Are electrical bonding procedures followed for fuel truck-fillstand operations? Reference

  • 36.7.13. Have all sources of ignition been eliminated during aircraft servicing operations? Reference

  • 36.7.14. Has a Fuel Servicing Safety Zone (FSSZ) been established for fuel servicing operations?

  • 36.7.15. Do refueling drivers verify the type of aircraft to be serviced is the same type aircraft
    specified on the refueling dispatch log? Reference

  • 36.7.16. Are spotters used when backing refueling trucks toward the aircraft? Reference

  • 36.7.17. Are the specific precautions for hydrant system fueling being followed? Reference 36.4.3

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