• Ref. doc : IATA AHM 612 / IT KL11 - ONLOAD / DEPARTURE

INSPECTION DETAILS

  • DEPARTURE STATION

  • EVALUATED BY :

BEFORE DEPARTURE

  • FLIGHT NUMBER ON DEPARTURE

  • REGISTRATION

  • GROUND HANDLER

  • PARKING AREA ( ref IT KL11 / ref IOSA GHR 3.5.1 & 3.5.2)
    Nobody, no equipment , except GPU
    - Gate and approach area clear :
    - FOD inspection has been made, FOD removed and properly disposed In The marked bins, report with GHR
    - No leakage...
    - All equipment is positioned outside aircraft clearance lines
    - GSE condition : no evidence of leakage
    - GPU : is ready for use

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  • BRIDGE :
    - bridge is properly aligned to The aircraft
    - bridge auto-levelling system is deployed and operating
    - Bridge weather canopy is deployed to rhe aircraft
    - Bridge operator uses hearing protection
    - There are not any obstructions present in the bridge
    - Fall protection devices (doors / barriers) are utilized on the bridge

  • MOBILE PASSENGERS STEPS :
    - When mobile passengers steps are used, they are properly positioned to the aircraft. Stabilizers are deployed.

  • STAFF / OHS :
    - Proper hearing protections
    - Proper safety footwear
    - High visibility / reflective cloth is worn

ONLOAD

  • STAFF :
    - Employees rather walk than run on The RAMP
    - Employees observe RAMP safety rules ( no smoking, walk, , no seat /no ride rule , speed limits....)
    - Local speed limits are observed by All drivers
    - Operators arms and legs are within The profile of vehicle All Times
    - All Employees avoid driving Ground equipment under The aircraft wings and fuselage
    - Employees refrain from walking , standing, or sitting on a moving conveyor belt
    - Roadways are used by equipment operators
    - Employees wear protective gloves
    - All GSE operator must meet The requirements set out In AHM 630 regarding The qualifications, use, control GSE
    - GSE Operators are responsible for ensuring that The aircraft is cleared of docking.



  • GSE / GENERAL RULES ( ref IT KL11) :

    - A guide -person is used when positioning high-reach trucks
    - After positionning elevated units to the aircraft, stabilizers are immediately deployed.
    - All vehicles make a stop for a brake check at the distance from the aircraft required by Aircalin
    - A guide-person is used when backing equipment to the aircraft
    - A guide-person is used when positionning equipment In confined areas
    - All employees avoid driving equipment under the aircraft wing and fuselage
    - A guide-person is used when backing high-reach trucks
    - All vehicles make a complete stop for a brake Check before The red Line, or, if that not marked out, at a distance of at least 7.5m from The aircraft.
    - Brakes are set on vehicles
    - Employees use correct body mechanics when loading / unloading lifting

  • LOADERS ( ref IT KL 11/ 17) :

    Personnel refrain from Horseplay
    - The beltloader is in the full down position with handrail stowed when approaching the aircraft when possible
    - The beltloader front bumper is positioned below and away from the cargo door sill
    - The beltloader handrail is raised when up to a wide body aircraft
    - Staff may only Access The bulk once The guard rails are properly In place And The beltloader is properly stopped/chocks ( if equiped with chocks).
    - Employees refrain from walking, standing, or sitting on a moving conveyor belt
    - Safety rails on wide body loaders are down upon approach to aircraft
    - The container loader is properly positioned to the aircraft with stabilizers deployed.
    - Loader guardrails are installed for off/onload and stowed when cargo door is closed .
    - Employees used the ladder rather than riding up or down the loader platform
    - Brakes are set on vehicles
    - Where equipped, chocks are used on vehicles

  • CARTS / DOLLIES ( ref IT KL 11/41/51)
    - when cards / dollies are dropped off, the tractor comes to complete stop, the hand brake is engaged and the driver dimounts to engage the brakes
    - The operator's arms and legs are within the profile of vehicle at all times when moving
    - Locks on dollies are properly set prior to approach to container
    loader
    - Employees use correct body mechanics when loading /unloading or lifting
    - Bagage is properly handed
    - All container /cart doors or curtains are closed and fastened after loading
    - Bagage tractor hood /fender /seat or top of containers are free
    Of baggage /cargo /mail
    - Before entering cargo compartment, All ULD are checked for safe condition
    - check bulk : nets, stanchions
    - Paletts : Check Laching / nets

DEPARTURE

  • CHECK :
    - All required Locks set / cargonets / barriers are installed and secured before cargo door is closed
    - Personal Check clearances when closing cargo / passenger door

  • GSE :
    - Ground Equipment is Parked to avoid jet / blast / prop Wash / engine ingestion
    - The correct size of tractor is used for pushback

  • WALK -AROUND INSPECTION :
    - A complete walk around inspection is done to Check that cargo door are closed and secured, that There is no visible damage to The aircraft and that The Gate area is clear of Equipment .

  • BRIDGE :
    - The loading bridge is retracted before start of The pushback
    - The agent checks for clearances before retracting bridge
    - The bridge operator is alert to devices on the fuselage
    - Bridge warning devices operate (beacon bell)
    - The weather door is closed when the bridge is stowed.
    - The agent remains on the bridge until the aircraft is pushed back

  • CHECK :
    - All required Locks set / cargonets / barriers are installed and secured before cargo door is closed
    - Personal Check clearances when closing cargo / passenger door

  • MARSHALLING / PUSHBACK :
    - Wingtip clearance cones are properly removed and correctly stowed (if applicable) according to Aircalin procedure
    - If The headset operator is not in The tractor they are clear of The nose gear when The aircraft is moving
    - When utilized , wing walkers are in position and usine Proper hand signals
    - Wing walkers are aware of engine hazard zone
    - Employees understand The meaning of aircraft rotating beacons
    - Wands are used for marshalling and All signaling ( illuminated in low visibility )
    - Enployees avoid walking under The fuselage or stepping across The Tow bar
    - The marshaller is at The correct position to hold The aircraft brakes
    - The tow bar is disconnected properly
    - Aircraft chocks are properly removed and correctly stowed according to Aircalin procedures

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