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45.8. Training Systems Checklist.

45.8.1. Does the fire safety briefing provided to trainees at the start of each training session include
signals used to indicate an emergency condition and specific actions required by trainees, instructors
and operators? Reference 45.2.3.1

45.8.2. Are combustible materials disposed of in suitable non-combustible containers, conspicuously
labeled as to contents, and with self-closing lids? Reference 45.2.4.1

45.8.3. Are building floors kept smooth, clean and free of obstructions and slippery materials?
Reference 45.2.4.2

45.8.4. Are floor loading capacities identified and posted IAW Chapter 7? Reference 45.2.4.3

45.8.5. Are cleaning materials used consistent with manufacturer‘s guidelines? Reference 45.2.4.4

45.8.6. Are the installation Environmental Management office, FES Flight, Ground Safety office and
BE consulted prior to use of cleaning materials? Reference 45.2.4.4

45.8.7. Are areas under raised floors cleaned periodically, at least once every 60 days? Reference
45.2.4.5

45.8.8. Are sub-floors inspected once per operational day to ensure no flooding or leaking is present,
if not provided with an automatic water leakage detection system? Reference 45.2.4.5

45.8.9. Are utility trenches kept clean of foreign objects and inspected at least once every 60 days?
Reference 45.2.4.6

45.8.10. Are drip pans used to prevent accumulation of hydraulic fluid on floor and equipment
surfaces? Reference 45.2.4.7

45.8.11. Are wheeled vehicle egress assistance trainers provided with a manual hand crank or
equivalent method to manually rotate the trainer upon loss of power or shutdown of hydraulic
motors? Reference 45.4.2.3.1

45.8.12. Are aircraft fuselage trainers provided with an exit door for egress from the trainer in
addition to any hydraulically operated loading ramps or doors? Reference 45.4.2.3.2

45.8.13. Is emergency lighting provided in all enclosed, occupied training spaces? Reference 45.4.3

45.8.14. Is a safety zone provided around the wheeled vehicle egress assistance trainer?
Reference 45.5.1

45.8.15. Are walkways padded around the wheeled vehicle egress assistance trainer wherever
trainees could fall from vehicle doors? Reference 45.5.3

45.8.16. Is a portable fire extinguisher located where immediately accessible by the operator of
the wheeled vehicle egress assistance trainer? Reference 45.5.4

45.8.17. Are occupant seating and loading limits, including prohibited seating arrangements,
posted in the immediate vicinity of the wheeled vehicle egress assistance trainer? Reference
45.5.7

45.8.18. Are training staff provided with a means to Emergency Power Off (EPO) the aircraft
flight/similar high value training system? Reference 45.6.1.7.5

45.8.19. Is a means within easy reach for the operator provided to activate the facility fire
detection system at the IOS for the aircraft flight/similar high value training system? Reference
45.6.7.1

45.8.20. Are smoke detection devices provided in the cockpit and other crew stations for the
aircraft flight/similar high value training system? Reference 45.6.8.1

45.8.21. Are cockpit and other crew station occupants alerted when local and facility detection
systems are actuated for the aircraft flight/similar high value training system? Reference
45.6.8.3

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.