Swissport Fueling Audit

Audit

PRE-OPERATING (MOTORIZED EQUIPMENT)

Operational check of interlock system

EQUIPMENT ARRIVAL

Equipment clean / presentable and labeled properly

Vehicle driven safely / proper speeds

Completed 50 & 10 foot safety stops

Aircraft chocked before approaching with vehicle

Block-out procedure used if area is too congested

Guideperson used if tight area, backing, or obscured

Safe approach to "Circle/Diamond of Safety"

Equipment never closer than 6 feet from A/C

PRE-FUELING PROCESS

Vehicle chocked on passenger side / door closed

A/C Reg. number Confirmed by Fueler before servicing

Bonded in proper order and to proper location on AC

Followed proper connection/manual handling procedures

Safety cone or flag used on hydrant coupling pit

Properly positioned ladder / lift deck

Panel Flag used

Vehicle inspection form completed & displayed in unit

FUELING PROCESS

Properly handled deadman, including "Set Down/Disconnect"

Fueler Monitored panel, vents, and gauges

Stopped fueling if motorized GSE parked under vent

Hydrant pit checked free of liquid and rubbish

Checked and documented Nozzle & Diff. Pressure & GPM

Correct fuel distribution + calculated fuel add performed

No leaks observed from any fueling equipment

POST-FUELING PROCESS

Followed proper disconnect/manual handling procedures

Returned fuel hoses, deadman & bonding clamp w/out dragging

Aircraft fuel cap returned, valves closed and panel closed correctly

Returned equipment, dust caps, pit valve dust covers, and pit lids

Paperwork completed, distributed and logged

Operator stayed with equipment while connected to aircraft

EQUIPMENT DEPARTURE

Completed pre-departure walk around (all the way around vehicle)

Guideperson used if tight area, backing, or obscured

Zero 'FOD' produced or allowed to remain in fueling area/vehicle

All action observed were safe (if "No" marked explain in comment)

AFTER FUELING CHECKLIST properly completed

AGENT SAFETY & APPEARANCE

Wearing hearing protection

Wearing gloves when handling hoses and equipment

Uniform correct and presentable

Lifting technique (back straight, bend knees, don't jerk)

Climbing ladders & in/out trucks (all handrails, proper direction )

Hydrant pit connection (cautious with lid, down on one knee)

Safety Vest worn

COMMENTS

Additional Comments

Photos
Findings and Corrective Actions
Enter a Finding or Observation

Finding or Observation

Corrective Action Taken

Severity

Follow Up Required

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Auditor / Supervisor
Fueler

Swissport Fueling Audit

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Audit

PRE-OPERATING (MOTORIZED EQUIPMENT)

Operational check of interlock system

EQUIPMENT ARRIVAL

Equipment clean / presentable and labeled properly

Vehicle driven safely / proper speeds

Completed 50 & 10 foot safety stops

Aircraft chocked before approaching with vehicle

Block-out procedure used if area is too congested

Guideperson used if tight area, backing, or obscured

Safe approach to "Circle/Diamond of Safety"

Equipment never closer than 6 feet from A/C

PRE-FUELING PROCESS

Vehicle chocked on passenger side / door closed

A/C Reg. number Confirmed by Fueler before servicing

Bonded in proper order and to proper location on AC

Followed proper connection/manual handling procedures

Safety cone or flag used on hydrant coupling pit

Properly positioned ladder / lift deck

Panel Flag used

Vehicle inspection form completed & displayed in unit

FUELING PROCESS

Properly handled deadman, including "Set Down/Disconnect"

Fueler Monitored panel, vents, and gauges

Stopped fueling if motorized GSE parked under vent

Hydrant pit checked free of liquid and rubbish

Checked and documented Nozzle & Diff. Pressure & GPM

Correct fuel distribution + calculated fuel add performed

No leaks observed from any fueling equipment

POST-FUELING PROCESS

Followed proper disconnect/manual handling procedures

Returned fuel hoses, deadman & bonding clamp w/out dragging

Aircraft fuel cap returned, valves closed and panel closed correctly

Returned equipment, dust caps, pit valve dust covers, and pit lids

Paperwork completed, distributed and logged

Operator stayed with equipment while connected to aircraft

EQUIPMENT DEPARTURE

Completed pre-departure walk around (all the way around vehicle)

Guideperson used if tight area, backing, or obscured

Zero 'FOD' produced or allowed to remain in fueling area/vehicle

All action observed were safe (if "No" marked explain in comment)

AFTER FUELING CHECKLIST properly completed

AGENT SAFETY & APPEARANCE

Wearing hearing protection

Wearing gloves when handling hoses and equipment

Uniform correct and presentable

Lifting technique (back straight, bend knees, don't jerk)

Climbing ladders & in/out trucks (all handrails, proper direction )

Hydrant pit connection (cautious with lid, down on one knee)

Safety Vest worn

COMMENTS

Additional Comments

Photos
Findings and Corrective Actions
Enter a Finding or Observation

Finding or Observation

Corrective Action Taken

Severity

Follow Up Required

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Auditor / Supervisor
Fueler