Manuals, CDCs, and handbooks
TOs,, manuals, and CDCs
Manuals, TOs, and handbooks
TOs, handbooks, and CDCs
Sustained job safety
The US Air Force
Strength of emission, time of day and, input power.
Strength of emission, time of exposure, and weather.
Input power, weather, and number of personnel in the area.
Time of exposure, amount of training, and number of operating units.
Spray with cold water.
Cool with forced air from a blower.
Cool with high-pressure compressed air.
Allow the assembly to cool in the ambient air.
A feeling of emptiness
Impaired mental concentration
Only senior personnel on special orders
Install shorting plugs and clips.
Install mechanical safety devices.
Remove all ammunition and explosives.
Position all fire control switches to SAFE or OFF.
Ensure the tool control program is functioning properly.
Follow MAJCOM guidelines.
Identify all possible sources of FOD.
Educate all personnel.
Logistics and operations group commanders.
Maintenance operations officer/maintenance superintendent.
Wing vice commander.
The FOD prevention office.
The operations commander.
The flight safety officer.
The ground crew.
Tail of the aircraft and at 30 degrees angle inboard of the engine being started.
Tail of the aircraft and at 30 degrees angle outboard of the engine being started.
Nose of the aircraft and at 45 degrees angle inboard of the engine being started.
Nose of the aircraft and at 45 degrees angle outboard of the engine being started.
Supervisor or vehicle operator.
Supervisor or brake operator.
Supervisor or wing walkers.
Departmental, intermediate, and field
Organizational, field, and intermediate
Organizational, intermediate, and depot
Departmental, organizational, and depot
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