1. Safe standards and practices

1. Safe standards and practices

1.1 Review personal safety in the workplace, PPE, use and condition of access equipment, safety harness etc.
PPE - overalls, safety shoes, safety glasses, ear protection and any specific PPE required for the specific task in work.
Equipment - condition is serviceable or where unserviceable is identified as out of use and is controlled with defect raised for rectification. Confirm that engineers inspect equipment serviceability before use. Witness correct access equipment in use including use of safety features e.g handrails and/or safety harnesses

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1.2 Review maintenance task in progress, use of procedures, manuals, tooling, supervision, apprentices.
Use and reference to AMM, CMM, IPC, IPD. Knowledge of procedures and standards applicable to the task e.g. Verification and duplicate inspections of critical maintenance tasks that could affect aircraft safety. ETOPS dual maintenance awareness. Tools and equipment in use is that specified in the AMM.
Supervision of the task and engineers including apprentices is evident and effective.

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Provide a rating for maintenance conducted in accordance with procedures and standards expected for this area

2. Pride in our workplace

2. Pride in our workplace

2.1 Review housekeeping standards in the workplace including vans, parking, equipment/tools storage condition and control, office, store, hazards, flam cupboards, expiry dates etc. Speak to individuals and check there attitude toward pride in our work place.
Documentation related to the task including task cards, log and work packages is suitably protected from damage or loss and us well organised an managed.

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3. Tool management

3. Tool management

3.1 Review personal tool management and control including toolbox check against PER book record.
PER book should contain a list of personal tools held and a record of audits stamped off by AMS/FSM.

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Completion sign-off

Completion signoff
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Send the competed report to engineering.safetyplan@ba.com, the FSM on duty, the Area manager and the general manager responsible for the area.

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.