Airline Compliance Checklists - Daily

1. Area is neat , orderly , and free of minor spills SPPM 51.3

c) Check trash cans/dumpsters for improper disposal of flammable of hazardous materials, visual inspection. Check that trash cans/dumpsters are not full and arc covered if located outside (Blue Book, daily #1).

Check department vehicle/equipment storage areas (inside and outside) for leaky vehicles/equipment, oil/grease on ground and general condition (Blue Rook Only, daily 3) . (EPM 3/01, 4.06.02, 4.08.32)
Verify "in process" activities involving discharges to a drain are utilizing Batch Tank Discharge Procedures. Floor scrubber water must go down Industrial Drain. Follow procedures for testing wastes when uncertain on appropriate waste stream (Blue Book Only, daily #9). EPM 4.09.03.150

2. Exit routes are clear and properly marked. SPPM 40.3

3. Eyewash stations- SPPM 41.4

4. Fire Extinguishers. SPPM 42.3

5. Circuit Panels and emergency cut offs. SPPM 51.3, 51.4

6. PPE located in required areas. SPPN1 74

7. Equipment Checklists. SPPM t4


8. Tool Room

Kitchen area is clean and free of open food containers with the lunch area cleaned and

wiped down( R e f r i g e r a t o r s a n d M i c r o w a v e s i n c l u d e d ) SPPM 16

General housekeeping
Check All rooms work bench drawers for cleanliness and inspect expiration on dated material.

In addition, if working the (300 Tool Room ONLY), inspect the blue carpet tape for expiration

dates, drawer Loc: CAB 13 DWR 8. TOPP 60­25­35 pg. 9/ SPPM 16 Good housekeeping
Check inside/outside of Tool Room window ledge to make sure it is clean and free of

obstructions that could impede operation of fire door. SPPM 43
Tool Room counter, phone (Ensure 3E SDS placard is present and legible) and window are

clean and wiped down. SPPM16 General housekeeping
Check to ensure Safety Harnesses and Lanyards have the PMET stickers and are intact, up

to date, and legible. SPPM 80/ TOPP 70­20­05 Also, upon check­in/out, ensure calibrated and

inspection items PMET stickers and are intact, up to date, and legible. TOPP 70­40­10
NO EXTRA GREASE CARTRIGDES IN KITS. EPM8.09
.... digital

gauges are working fully (If not, change batteries) and SDS labels/inspection stickers are legible

and attached. Strut Servicing Gauges are capped.Checkanysecondarycontainers forproperSDSlabelingonANY

chemicals.TOPP 70­40­10/ 60­25­12
Broken/Fire cabinet has been checked for out of date chemicals and obstructions surrounding it.

Cabinets positioned side­by­side shall have a minimum of 6 inches of clear space between

them. The tops of cabinets shall not be used for storage. SPPM 81 Out Of Service tooling should be Transferred/Received to their proper

Repair/Calibration Lab/Tool Room destinations in ATICTS (using the Transfer/Receiving Process

and placed on the out of service cart.
Cabinets positioned side­by­side shall have a minimum of 6 inches of clear space between

them. The tops of cabinets shall not be used for storage. SPPM 81
...should be taken to the Parts Issue Stations.
TOPP 70­40­10 {PAGE 8)/ JSA­ Inspection (WHA011) (Note: Date expires 1 month from inspection.)
..and that the bulbs are working properly. (In addition, remove All excess taping (De­mummify) the cords). SPPM 50/ OSHA (926.403(e); 1926.405(g)(2)(iii) 1926.416(e)(1).
..."Category 1, Division1". (In addition, remove All excess taping (De­mummify)the cords).TOPP 00­40­07
Make sure all PMET stickers are intact, up to date, and legible. TOPP 70­40­-10
DISINFECTION CHEMICAL MIXING­ REFER TO ATTACHED POTABLE WATER TRAINING SHEET. SPPM 81
...that do not belong. Check for debris, chemicals, or other tooling that DO NOT BELONG. General Housekeeping SPPM16
Ensure air fittings and prongs are securely covered/ capped.
...to protect from contaminants. (Bay 12 ONLY in the Back Room)
... (Food in trash should always be properly disposed of and emptied at end of each shift) SPPM 43.5 & 51.3