Safety 1st® Program Guidelines / Agreement
1. Safety Mission Statement: , provider of professional aviation fuel and line services, will stress the importance of safety for our customers, their equipment, our employees and the environment in our daily operations.
2. A written line service safety program will be maintained which will include the following areas: (Must be completed within six months of application if not already developed.)
A. Procedures for reporting accidents, incidents and hazards associated with line operations, including emergency contact information
B. Procedures for periodic safety checks, analyzing safety data and dissemination of the safety information to appropriate line service technicians
C. Written training and education program for line service technicians
3. A member of the site management team will be appointed as a Safety Officer to ensure that the written line service safety program is followed. The Safety Officer will report directly to the site manager on matters of line safety. The Safety Officer will be required to attend the NATA Line Service Supervisor Training Seminar within a reasonable period of time within the program year.
4. All line service personnel (both full time and part time) will commence the NATA Safety 1stâ written and practical exams within 90 days of hire. Technicians failing either the practical or written sections of the exam will receive remedial training necessary to pass the exams with 30 days of notification.
5. For as long as we are in the program, we understand that new hires will begin training within 90 days, or in accordance with Company training/testing criteria and NATA may charge a yearly administrative fee.
6. Except as otherwise provided in any agreement between the FBO and the Airport Authority, as an FBO conducting fuel and oil sales or service to the public on the Airport, we shall be required to provide the following services and equipment;
1.) Appropriate grades of aviation fuel as applicable to the FBO’s business.
2.) An adequate inventory of generally accepted grades of aviation engine oil and lubricants.
3.) Fuel dispensing equipment, meeting all applicable Federal, State, and Authority requirements for each type of fuel dispensed.
4.) Proper equipment for aircraft towing, inflating aircraft tires, washing aircraft windscreens, and recharging aircraft batteries.
5.) Safe storage and handling of fuel in conformance with all Federal, State, County requirements and fire codes pertaining to safe storage and handling of fuel.
6.) Lawful and sanitary handling and timely disposal, away from the Airport, of all solid waste, regulated waste, and other materials including, but not limited to, used oil, solvents, and other regulated waste.
7.) Permanent restroom facilities for personnel and customers.
8.) Auto parking for customers and employees.
9.) A flight planning area with appropriate seating, work areas, communication facilities, directories and all items necessary for complete flight planning separate from other public areas.
10.) A pilot lounge and waiting area for transition of air passengers to ground transportation and vice versa.
11.) Adequate bonding wires will be installed, continuously inspected and maintained on all fueling equipment, to reduce the hazards of static electricity.
12.) An adequate supply of properly located fire extinguishers and other precautions and/or equipment required by applicable fire codes.
13.) Unless provided by the airport owner, the FBO shall have a fixed fuel storage system, which shall contain safety fixtures and filtration systems to ensure airline-type quality. The system shall be required to have at least 5,000 gallons of storage for each type of fuel the FBO is required to provide. The storage system must include adequate spill prevention features and containment capabilities, together with an approved fuel Spill Prevention Countermeasures and Control Plan (SPCC), as applicable.