Questionnaire/checklist for aviation advisors




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Questionnaire/checklist for

aviation advisors

Report No.337



January 2003


This checklist has been developed by the OGP Aviation Sub-Committee. It has been provided in Word format to allow organisations to enter and save information in a simple and readily accessible manner. Any changes made to the original document should be clearly identified. Such changes have not been endorsed by OGP. An original version of the checklist can be accessed via the publications section of the OGP website.





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Questionnaire/checklist for

aviation advisors

Report No: 337

January 2003

Attachments

A Aircraft condition review

B Safety statistics, single & twin engine

C Personnel details - engineering

D Personnel details - pilots (F/W)

E Personnel details - pilots (R/W)

This report has been prepared for the OGP by a team drawn from the Aviation Subcommittee of the Safety, Health and Personnel Competence Committee (SHAPCC).


Introduction

This questionnaire/checklist is intended for use by aviation specialists concerned with chartering aviation services. The specialist will normally have a pilot or technician background.


The scope of the questionnaire/checklist covers not only appraisal of aircraft condition, but also of support infrastructure, including buildings and offices, hangars and stores, and manuals and documentation. Questions are generally phrased to be answered with a simple yes/no, supported by qualitative appraisal.

Objectives



  1. This questionnaire/checklist is intended to provide basic and general guidance to those personnel, typically aviation advisers, who are tasked to evaluate the suitability and/or audit the performance of an aircraft operator who is contracted to provide aviation services.




  1. The contents of the questionnaire/checklist are structured to provide an easy reference to the principle areas of an aviation operation that should be evaluated.




  1. The questionnaire/checklist when properly used and fully completed is designed to provide the user with sufficient information to assess the general standard of an aviation operation. It is not intended as a replacement for the expert judgment of an aviation adviser. It should, therefore, be recognized that an initial survey of an aviation operation using the questionnaire/checklist may highlight areas that need further clarification by the adviser.

Use

The questionnaire/checklist lends itself to two principal uses:




  1. It may be mailed to the prospective aviation operator with instructions to fill out as completely as possible and return. The aviation adviser would then analyse the operator’s response and determine whether to continue the audit process with an on site visit. Once on site, the adviser would verify the operator’s responses and fill in those items requiring visual inspection.




  1. It may be carried by the adviser to the operator’s base of operations and there used to record the adviser’s first hand observations.


Aviation operator review form


Section 1 General
Completed by: Date:


1.1 Company name




Address




Telephone:










Fax:










Email:










Web site:




Ownership





1.2 Management

Name

Title

Years with company















































1.3 Operator documents

(attach the following)






Operations certificate



Maintenance Approval Certificates



Quality Assurance Accreditation



Insurance Cover Letter



Drug & Alcohol Programme – cover letter




1.4 Regulatory authority

followed: FAA, JAA, CAA, or other (name):







1.5 Aircraft

Also complete attachment A: Aircraft Condition Review

Registration No.

Make/Model

Year of Manufacture

Serial #

Owned/ leased

# seats

A/C hours





































































































































































































Yes

No

1.5.1

Do you hire other aircraft?






Explain any differences

1.5.2

Do you hire other aircraft?






If so, how do you check on flight crew and operational/technical standards?



1.6 Company Staff– licensed only

Permanent employees

Part-time employees




number




number

Captains




Captains




Co-pilots




Co-pilots




Technicians




Technicians




Mechanics




Mechanics





1.7

Drug and alcohol programme







Yes

No

1.7.1

Does your company have a drug & alcohol policy/programme?





1.7.2

Does it include random testing for substance abuse?





1.7.3

Who administers the programme?




















1.8

Remote operations (if applicable)













Yes

No

1.8.1

Do you have a written programme for Quality Assurance (QA) of permanent

operations away from your home base? (remote operations)







1.8.2

Does it include oversight visits/reviews for operations, maintenance & safety?








By whom?






















Are follow-up reports written?








What frequency?





















Section 2

Operations



2.1

Flying staff
















Name

Years with

company

Years

experience

2.1.1

Director of operations










2.1.2

Chief pilot










2.1.3

Chief training captain










2.1.4

_______ type trng cpt.










2.1.5

_______ type trng cpt.










2.1.6

_______ type trng cpt.










2.1.7

Flight safety officer









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