Ground Support Worldwide

MAR 2014

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RAMP SAFETY 20 GROUND SUPPORT WORLDWIDE • MARCH 2014 ® Add Liquid Controls' new XL LED Remote Display to see fueling totals from long distances AutomAted Into-PlAne FuelIng Fueling data captured on the tarmac and wirelessly transmitted to the offce Reduce pRocessing time and data entRy eRRoRs FlightConnect transmits transaction data wirelessly to an offce computer in real-time shoRten fueling times FlightConnect automatically captures fueling data at the point of delivery avoid inventoRy Reconciliation setbacks FlightConnect tracks and records every transaction by fight number and tail number Streamline your fueling operations with FlightConnect. Contact us at lcm-info@idexcorp.com or (847) 295-1050 LCR 600 FlightConnect Fueling Screen M-80 Positive Displacement Flowmeter with LCR 600 Scheduled Delivery Manual Delivery Fueler Logoff Database Management System Configuration G a l l o n s F u e l e r M e n u Come visit us in Booth 212 at AviAtion Pros Live The ABCs Of LOSA By Dr. William Johnson Line Operations Safety Assessments (LOSA) require employee involvement to identify safety threats to areas of ramp operations. RAMP AUDITS Ramp LOSA uses structured observa- tion checklists. The system for ramp comes complete with ready-to-use database and data analysis tools that are kept with the operator. There is no need for outside data storage and anal- ysis. This ensures that company data are secure and that analysis does not require external consultants. The accompanying illustra- tion shows the character- istics of the LOSA systems used for ramp environments. As you can see, LOSA is a joint effort by company management and labor to recognize early indications of threats and errors. SMS DATA TYPES SMS regulations encourage us to take our data collec- tion to the next level. Here's what we mean: • When looking at reactive data, the event has already occurred and the damage done. Companies usually have accident/event procedures in place and are prepared to launch an investigation team and establish fact- based contributing factors. Afterward, the FAA and any number of industry organizations and publications help disseminate accident/event data. This helps reduce the chance that the event may be repeated by another company. • Collecting, analyzing, and applying proactive data isn't new, only the emphasis on the term is new. Aviation organizations have auditing, quality, and safety departments that apply a multitude of operational measures AviationPros.com/company/10017201 gsm_18-21_RampSafety_V4.indd 20 3/11/14 9:02 AM

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