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AIR FORCE - AF 91-100

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT LINE - GROUND OPERATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

active, Most Current
Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 1 May 1998
Status: active
Page Count: 83
scope:

The criteria in this standard are the Air Force's minimum safety, fire prevention, and occupational health requirements. Major commands (MAJCOM), direct reporting units (DRU), and field operating agencies (FOA) supplement this standard when additional or more stringent safety, fire prevention, and health criteria are required. Refer to Air Force Instruction (AFI) 91-301, Air Force Occupational and Environmental Safety, Fire Protection, and Health (AFOSH) Program, for instructions on processing supplements or variances. Report conflicts in guidance between this standard, federal standards, or other Air Force directives through MAJCOM, DRU, or FOA ground safety offices to Headquarters Air Force Safety Center, Ground Safety Division, Safety Engineering and Standards Branch (HQ AFSC/SEGS), 9700 Avenue G, SE, Suite 222, Kirtland AFB NM 87117-5670.

This standard applies to all US Air Force organizations, including all US Air Force Reserve personnel and when Air National Guard personnel are on federal service. It includes general safety information applicable to aircraft ground handling, servicing, and inspections. The standard addresses safety, fire prevention, and health protection requirements associated with ground handling, servicing, inspection, and maintenance of aircraft, engine runup, and vehicle and support equipment (SE) operations on the flight line. Sources of additional or more specific guidance are shown in parenthesis throughout the standard. It does not apply to combat quick turns. Technical Order (TO) l-1-3, Inspection and Repair of Aircraft Integral Tanks and Fuel Cells, will be used for aircraft fuel cell tank repair system to include related areas and facilities. Not included are safety, fire prevention, and health requirements addressed in specific equipment TOs. This standard implements regulatory provisions of several Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards and also Air Force criteria not addressed in the OSHA standards.

Document History

AF 91-100
May 1, 1998
AIRCRAFT FLIGHT LINE - GROUND OPERATIONS AND ACTIVITIES
The criteria in this standard are the Air Force's minimum safety, fire prevention, and occupational health requirements. Major commands (MAJCOM), direct reporting units (DRU), and field operating...

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