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Questionnaire/checklist

for aviation advisors

Report No.337
February 2003
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Questionnaire/checklist for
aviation advisors

Report No: 


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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)

is report has been prepared for the OGP by a team drawn from the Aviation Subcommittee of the
Safety, Health and Personnel Competence Committee (SHAPCC).
Questionnaire/checklist for aviation advisors

Introduction
is questionnaire/checklist is intended for use by aviation specialists concerned with char-
tering aviation services. e specialist will normally have a pilot or technician background.
e 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
. is 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 serv-
ices.
. e contents of the questionnaire/checklist are structured to provide an easy reference to
the principle areas of an aviation operation that should be evaluated.
. e questionnaire/checklist when properly used and fully completed is designed to pro-
vide 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
e questionnaire/checklist lends itself to two principal uses:
. It may be mailed to the prospective aviation operator with instructions to fill out as
completely as possible and return. e aviation adviser would then analyze 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.
. 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.

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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):

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1.5 Aircraft Also complete attachment A: Aircraft Condition Review

Registration Make/Model Year of Serial # Owned/ # seats A/C hours


No. M anufacture leased

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?
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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 Years
company 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

2.2 Pilot recruitment


Yes No
2.2.1 Do you have written hiring qualification standards for all pilots?  
2.2.2 Are free-lance/part-time/casual pilots used?  
2.2.3 Are records of flight physicals maintained?  
2.2.4 How are all recruited pilots trained and checked for currency?
__________________________________________________________________
2.2.5 Is a current copy of the pilot licence on file?  

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2.3 Training pilots


Training records will be checked during the review
Yes No
2.3.1 Do you use a company training programme?  
Breifly describe or attach a table of contents or syllabus for initial and recurrent training
__________________________________________________________________
2.3.2 Do you have a simulator training programme?  
If yes, with whom and how frequently?
__________________________________________________________________
Does it include Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT)?
__________________________________________________________________
If provided by a third party, how is the curriculum monitored?
__________________________________________________________________
2.3.3 Do your pilots attend Cockpit Resource Management (CRM)/Aeronautical  
Decision Making (ADM) training?
If yes, how often?
__________________________________________________________________
2.3.4 Are training records maintained in appropriate folders?  
Do they record medical renewals?  
2.3.5 Do you have a night and IFR currency programme?  
If yes, does it include landings at remote airstrips/offshore helidecks (if app.)?  
At what frequency?
__________________________________________________________________
2.3.6 Do you perform semi-annual check rides?  
Are they accompanied by written tests?  
2.3.7 Do you perform annual line/route checks?  
2.3.8 Are aircraft emergency drills conducted?  
How often?
__________________________________________________________________
Describe (eg ditching drills, aircraft evacuation training)
__________________________________________________________________
2.3.9 Is Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) conducted?  
How often?
__________________________________________________________________
2.3.10 Is dangerous goods training completed?  
If so please identify the base document for training and the frequency of the training
__________________________________________________________________
Also identify who receives the training in the organisation
__________________________________________________________________
2.3.11 If cabin crew is used, is there a formal training course?  
Describe
__________________________________________________________________

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2.4 Pilot information


The forms on Attachment B should be used. Alternatively, the company may wish to attach it’s
own equivalent list.
Yes No
2.4.1 Do you have standardised flight procedures (crew coordination, takeoff,  
enroute, landing, emergency, etc)?
If yes, are checklists used to support these procedures?  
2.4.2 Number of types of aircraft, by specific model and series, regularly flown by pilots
__________________________________________________________________

2.5 Flight operations


Yes No
2.5.1 List authorised geographic areas of operation
__________________________________________________________________
Nature of operations?
__________________________________________________________________
2.5.2 Is a flight operations manual published?  
Latest revision date:
__________________________________________________________________
Is it approved by the civil aviation authority?  
2.5.3 When was the last visit by a flight operations inspector of the civil aviaton authority?
__________________________________________________________________
2.5.4 Are FSIs/Operations notices used for new announcements/orders?  
How is notification to each pilot verified?
__________________________________________________________________
2.5.5 Are locally produced approach plates used?  
Are they approved by the local authority?  
2.5.6 Are captains’ voyage reports raised and used?  
2.5.7 Are challenge and response checks used?  
Who is responsible for ensuring that all manuals are kept current
__________________________________________________________________
2.5.8 Are Minimum Equipment Lists (MEL) used in all aircraft of your fleet?  
Please indicate the basis of the MEL for each aircraft
__________________________________________________________________
2.5.9 Weather minimums: please state
Type of aircraft Controlled airspace Uncontrolled airspace Offshore
VFR:
IFR:
2.5.10 How are flight plans filed and with who? (describe)
__________________________________________________________________

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2.5 Flight operations (continued)


Yes No
2.5.11 Briefly describe your flight following system:
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
2.5.12 Are position reports required?  
At what interval? ______________
Fuel reserve (in minutes) VFR: ______________
Fuel reserve (in minutes) IFR: ______________
2.5.12 Are NOTAMS and certified weather briefings available?  
Are passenger manifests prepared for each flight?  
Are weight & balance prepared for each flight?  
2.5.13 Flight crew duty time and rest period limitations:
__________________________________________________________________
Maximum daily flights time: ______________
Maximum daily duty time: ______________
How is it tracked?
__________________________________________________________________
Are rolling totals used?  
Are flight sectors recorded?  
Is there a limit placed on flight crews?  
Please provide details
__________________________________________________________________
2.5.14 Number of types regularly flown by pilots 1 / 2 / 3 / more

2.6 Passengers and cargo


Yes No
2.6.1 Do you conduct passenger safety briefings?  
Please indicate how the passenger briefings are provided, ie video, audio, briefing cards, etc.
__________________________________________________________________
2.6.2 Do you provide hearing protection for passengers?  
2.6.3 How is cargo secured in the aircraft
__________________________________________________________________
2.6.4 What is the company policy on mixing cargo and passengers?
__________________________________________________________________
2.6.5 Is your company certified to accept hazardous materials for shipment?  
If so, are ICAO/IATA standards followed?  
2.6.6 Are actual passenger, baggage and cargo weights used and manifested?  

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Section 3 Safety
3.1 Safety programme
Accident data for the previous five (5) years†
3.1.1 Year Aircraft type #accidents #fatal #serious #fatalities #annual #annual
accidents injuries flight hours takeoffs

† provide details on accidents and changes implemented to prevent recurrence

Yes No
3.1.2 Do you have a written aviation safety policy and programme?  
If so, attach the policy, describe the programme and attach a description
3.1.3 Is the aviation safety programme part of the overall company HSE programme?  
3.1.4 How was the current safety manager/officer/director selected & describe the position’s credentials
__________________________________________________________________
3.1.5 Is a safety committee established?  
If so, attach a list of members.
3.1.6 Are regular meetings held?  
If so, please provide copies of the minutes from the last two safety meetings
Is there follow up action?  
3.1.7 Are accident/incident reporting proceudures established in writing?  
3.1.8 Who is responsible for accident/incident investigations?
__________________________________________________________________

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Section 4 Search and rescue


4.1 Search and rescue arrangements
Yes No
4.1.1 Is there a written emergency response plan?  
If so, what is the current revision number and date?
__________________________________________________________________
4.1.2 Is there a crash box?  
4.1.3 Are other aircraft available for emergency response?  
4.1.4 Is there a local professional rescue service?  
If so, name:
__________________________________________________________________
4.1.5 Do you have an aircraft equipped with a winch?  
4.1.6 Do you have written SAR procedures?  
What is the company policy on SAR procedures when moving into a new area/operation?
__________________________________________________________________
4.1.7 Are hospitals and medical resources available locally?  
If so, are they available 24 hours a day?  

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Section 5 Technical
5.1 Maintenance staff
Name Years in aviation business
Director of Maintenance _________________________________ ____________________
Chief Engineer _________________________________ ____________________
Quality Assurance Manager _________________________________ ____________________

5.2 Policy and procedures


Yes No
5.2.1 Does your company have an approved maintenance policy & procedures manual?  
What is the current revision number and date?
__________________________________________________________________
5.2.2 Does your company hold appropriate regulatory approvalas a maintenance facility?  
5.2.3 Does your company have a quality assurance manual?  
5.2.4 Does your company have a quality audit plan?  
If so, do you have a formal reporting and follow-up procedure?
__________________________________________________________________
5.2.5 When was the last visit by a surveyor from the Civil Aviation Authority?
__________________________________________________________________
5.2.6 Are Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) guidelines in place?  
5.2.7 Does the company designate a person responsible for maintenance specific HSE issues  
5.2.8 Do you have any other related company manuals, such as a stores procedure or ramp procedure manual?  
If so, describe
__________________________________________________________________
5.2.9 Are you an authorised manufacturers service/repair station?  
List types authorised:
__________________________________________________________________

5.3 Technician recruitment


Yes No
What is the present technician to aircraft ratio?
__________________________________________________________________
What are the minimum employment qualifications and experience for technicians?
__________________________________________________________________
Are part-time or contract technicians hired?  
How are these technicians trained and kept current?
__________________________________________________________________

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5.4 Recurrent training - technicians


Yes No
5.4.1 Do you have a company programme?  
Briefly describe the programme:
__________________________________________________________________
5.4.2 What is the company policy on factory level training and how often are personnel sent to this training?
__________________________________________________________________
5.4.3 Are individual training records kept?  

5.5 Technician information


The form Appendix C may be used. Alternatively, you may supply this data in an equivalent format.

5.6 Aircraft
Yes No
5.6.1 Which of the following programmes are used to inspect your aircraft:
Manufacturers inspection programme?  or: Approved aircraft inspection programme? 
Describe:
__________________________________________________________________
5.6.2 Are aircraft overhauled & repaired in accordance with the manufacturer’s procedures & recommendations?  
5.6.3 Are component, time life, overhaul extensions used?  
If yes, identify
__________________________________________________________________
5.6.4 Is the following information recorded in the appropriate logbook for replaced components:
serial numbers?  
part numbers?  
Technical Specification Order (TSO)?  
5.6.5 What process do you use to track and schedule inspections, component overhauls, airworthiness
directives and mandatory service bulletins?
__________________________________________________________________
5.6.6 Deferred defects: are target dates set to rectify?  
are inoperative equipment placards used?  
do you have written procedures?  
5.6.7 Additional installation equipment: do you have appropriate documentation  
(field approvals, supplemental type certificates, etc)?
5.6.8 Do you comply with mandatory manufacturer service bulletins?  
5.6.9 Do you comply with airworthiness directives from the aircraft’s country of certification?  
5.6.10 Does the weight and balance match the installed equipment listing?  
5.6.11 Is a summary listing (status sheet) of airworthiness directives available for each aircraft?  

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5.7 Overhaul and repair


Name the aircraft vendors that perform the following maintenance:
Airframe: _______________________________________________________
Engines: _______________________________________________________
Components: _______________________________________________________
Electrical: _______________________________________________________
Radio: _______________________________________________________

5.8 Technical library


Yes No
5.8.1 Is the technical library available to all who require it ?  
5.8.2 Is each manual current according to its revision list?  
5.8.3 Does the library contain all relevant service letters, bulletins and airworthiness directives?  
5.8.4 Is there a master listing of all manuals/publications to show revision status?  
5.8.5 Who is responsible for keeping manuals current?
__________________________________________________________________
Who is responsible for keeping manuals current at out stations or field locations?
__________________________________________________________________

5.9 Hanger maintenance areas


Yes No
5.9.1 Will the facility support your company’s largest aircraft?  
5.9.2 Is it clean and in good state of repair?  
5.9.3 Is ground equipment available and serviceable?  
5.9.4 Is there a flammables storage area?  
5.9.5 Are fire extinguishers available?  
Are they regularly inspected and tagged?  
How frequently are they inspected and tagged?
__________________________________________________________________

5.10 Workshops
Yes No
5.10.1 Does the company operate workshops?  
Describe:
__________________________________________________________________
5.10.1 Are testing equipment and tolls that measure calibrated annualy?  
Recorded?  

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5.11 Stock room


Yes No
5.11.1 Is it temperature/humidity controlled?  
5.11.2 Are materials stored and marked properly?  
5.11.3 Are stock control limits established?  
5.11.4 Are parts inspected on receipt?  
5.11.5 Do seperate reception, dispatch and quarantine areas exist?  
5.11.6 Are shelf life items (elastomers, adhesives, etc) monitored for expiration dates?  
5.11.7 Are parts properly tagged?  
Are original issue documents available?  
5.11.8 Do hardware stock items (nuts, bolts, etc) have authenticity documents?  

5.12 Aircraft fuel services


Yes No
5.12.1 Who provides the aircraft fuel services?
__________________________________________________________________
5.12.2 Has a programme been established for filter changes?  
Frequency:
__________________________________________________________________
5.12.3 Do records and markings on filter cannisters reflect time changes?  
5.12.4 How often are fuel sumps on supply tanks drained and fuel inspected for contamination?
__________________________________________________________________
Are records available?  
5.12.5 Are ground wires in good condition (wires not broken, clips functional)?  
5.12.6 Are hoses and nozzles in good condition (hoses not cracked, no leaks, cap in place)?  
5.12.7 Do you conduct remote site refueling operations?  
5.12.8 Are tanks and delivery points properly identified by types of fuel?  
5.12.9 Are grounding points marked?  
5.12.10 Are aircraft fuel sumps, fuel supply tanks, filters & nozzles sampled daily & tested for water?  
What water test is used?
Paste?  or: Capsules? 
Are the samples maintained until the next refueling or for a minimum of 24h?  
5.12.11 Are aircraft fuel sumps drained daily?  
5.12.12 Are differential pressure checks completed and recorded?  
5.12.13 Are there written procedures for fuel systems maintainance?  
Does it include daily, weekly, semi-annual and annual testing/recording procedures?  

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Attachment A: Aircraft condition review

0 General blab
Identify discrepencies/remarks as note 1, note 2, note 3 and list on the last page
Model: _______________________ Total time: _______________________
Location: _______________________ Max gross (T/O weight): _______________________
Registration: _______________________ Empty weight: _______________________
Date of manufacture: _______________________ Useful payload: _______________________
Serial number: _______________________ #seats installed: _______________________

1 Exterior appearance
Skin, paint, undercarriage, leaks, navigation lights, etc.
_______________________________________________________________________________________

2 Interior appearance
Crew compartment, pax cabin, seats, headliner, sidewalls, carpets, etc. Placards as described in flight manual
_______________________________________________________________________________________

3 Safety equipment
Expiry (mm/yy) number Yes No
3.1 Recognition lights  
Strobe lights  
3.2 Fire extingiusher, with pressure gauge  
3.3 First aid kit  
3.4 Life jackets, one per occupant —  
3.5 Life raft  
If yes, details, including whether internal or external, the size & if tethered
__________________________________________________________________
Is each aircraft equipped with ELT?  
3.6 Survival equipment for environment —  
If yes, describe the environment the equipment is designed for
__________________________________________________________________
Seat belts/shoulder restraints - 3 or 4 point?
__________________________________________________________________
type Yes No
3.7 CO detector (SE piston or fuel heater?)  
3.8 Flashlight for night ops  
3.9 Crash axe, if required  
3.10 Other
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________

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4 Mechanical
General condition - engine, battery, gearbox, hoses, compartments, etc.
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________

5 Comms/navigation — list quantity


VHF COMM _______________________ Transponder _______________________
HF COMM _______________________ GPS _______________________
Marine flight com _______________________ DME _______________________
ILS _______________________ Auto pilot _______________________
ADF _______________________ Flight director/FMS _______________________
VOR _______________________ CVR _______________________
TCAS _______________________ FDR _______________________
Radar (colour) _______________________ Homer _______________________
Area nav/GPS (TSO _______________________ GPWS/TAWS _______________________
approved for IFR?)
VSI (IVSI for offshore/ _______________________ Radio altimeters (w/ _______________________
night ops/IFR) AVAD for night helos)
ELT battery expiry (mm/yy) Yes No
ELT  
Is the ELT capable of 406MHz transmissions?  
Please provide the TSO standard of the ELT installed
__________________________________________________________________
Passenger cabin coms (intercom/speakers)  
Other:
__________________________________________________________________

6 Aircraft equipment — helicopters only


Yes No Yes No
Fuselage flotation - offshore   Co-plt>single pedals/ctrls removed  
Pop-out windows - offshore   Sonar pinger - offshore  
Vibration systems/HUMS   Loud hailer - single pilot  
External life rafts (tethered) - offshore   HEELS - night flight  
Internal life rafts (tethered) - offshore   Pulse lights or HISL  
Other
__________________________________________________________________
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7 Flight documents
Date Rev # Date Rev #
Airworthiness certificate — MEL
Registration — Incident/accident forms
Radio licence — Pilot route manual nav maps, etc.
Noise certificate (if required) — GPS manual
Company operations manual Insurance —
Flight manual Passenger briefing cards (all seats?) —
Pilot checklist normal procedures Last physical weighing of aircraft? —
Flight man supps/337s for all Compass card (12 months recc.) —
additional equipment?
Pilot checklist emergency Weight & bal manual & sheet —
procedures (includes all equipment?)

8 Technical documents
AD/SB compliance sheet
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Component status sheet
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Maintenance due list
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Daily tech logs
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Deferred defects list (with dates for remedy?)
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Last 100 hour inspection
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Last annual inspection
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Last transponder check (24 months)
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Last pilot static system check (24 months)
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Are power assurance checks performced and at the interval prescribed in FM or MM? (date & freq.)
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Other
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9 Remarks concerning aircraft inspection (list as note 1, 2, 3 etc.)


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Attachment B:
Safety statistics, single & twin engine
Company name
Location of operation:
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F/W or R/W F/W  R/W 

Single engine
Year† Ditchings Accidents Fatal Serious Fatalities Flight Takeoffs Passengers
accidents injuries hours
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Total ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _________

Twin engine
Year† Ditchings Accidents Fatal Serious Fatalities Flight Takeoffs Passengers
accidents injuries hours
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Total ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ _________

† Please supply information for the previous six (6) years (complete years only)

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Company name
Location of operation: Date
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Licence Aircraft/engine/equipment
Position Name Issuing Date Trade Types approved Dates of Years Total
authority groups courses on type experience
Chief engineer
(or equivalent)
International Association of Oil & Gas Producers

Chief inspector
(or equivalent)
Other licenced
personnel

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Attachment C:
Personnel details – engineering

Airframe & engines Radio/avionics Trainers Stores Technical records/


administration
Number of
personnel
unlicenced/support
personnel
Company name
Location of operation: Date
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Total hours in command of… Total hours on…


Name Age employ- Type of Types on Intrument Total Airplanes Multi- Gas Relevant Relevant
ment1 licence2 licence3 rating flying engined turbine type(s) as type(s) as
(y/n) hours or jet captain4 co-pilot4

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Personnel details – pilots (f/w)

1 State full time employee (F) or contract (C)


2 ATPL, SCPL, CPL or equivalent
3 State current types only
4 Applicable when contract is envisaged or when one or more specific types are likely to be chartered ad-hoc
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Company name
Location of operation: Date
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Total hours in command of… Total hours on…


Name Age employ- Type of Types on Intrument Total Helicopters multi-engined Relevant Relevant
ment1 licence2 licence3 rating flying helicopters type(s) as type(s) as
(y/n) hours captain4 co-pilot4
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Attachment E:
Personnel details – pilots (r/w)

1 State full time employee (F) or contract (C)


2 ATPL(H), SCPL(H), CPL(H) or equivalent
3 State current types only
4 Applicable when contract is envisaged or when one or more specific types are likely to be chartered ad-hoc
What is OGP?

e International Association of Oil & Gas Producers encompasses the world’s leading
private and state-owned oil & gas companies, their national and regional associations, and
major upstream contractors and suppliers.

Vision
• To work on behalf of all the world’s upstream companies to promote responsible and
profitable operations.

Mission
• To represent the interests of the upstream industry to international regulatory and
legislative bodies.
• To achieve continuous improvement in safety, health and environmental performance
and in the engineering and operation of upstream ventures.
• To promote awareness of Corporate Social Responsibility issues within the industry
and among stakeholders.

Objectives
• To improve understanding of the upstream oil and gas industry, its achievements and
challenges and its views on pertinent issues.
• To encourage international regulators and other parties to take account of the
industry’s views in developing proposals that are effective and workable.
• To become a more visible, accessible and effective source of information about the
global industry, both externally and within member organisations.
• To develop and disseminate best practices in safety, health and environmental
performance and the engineering and operation of upstream ventures.
• To improve the collection, analysis and dissemination of safety, health and
environmental performance data.
• To provide a forum for sharing experience and debating emerging issues.
• To enhance the industry’s ability to influence by increasing the size and diversity of
the membership.
• To liaise with other industry associations to ensure consistent and effective approaches
to common issues.
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