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“Safety First.” The quality of aviation fuel should not compromise the safety of air travelers. If fuel contamination is the result of an accident that results in serious injury or fatality, the FBO could be held liable and the penalties and costs can be devastating to that organization. Minimize this liability by maintaining a strict standard for quality control through continuous safety checks and airtight record keeping processes. Utilize our FAA approved web based software technology to gain a tighter and more efficient control over the quality and safety of your aviation fuel and instill a higher confidence in your fueling operations. Read on to learn more.
ATA Specification 103 Standards for Jet Fuel Safety
The ATA Specification 103 is the aviation industry standard in providing guidelines and best practices for the safe storage and distribution of quality jet fuel at airports across the country. Federal, state and local laws require that FBO’s follow the procedures outlined in the Specification 103 and maintain a log documenting the results. FAA inspectors will periodically review these logs to ensure compliance. The forms provided in the ATA Specification 103 are a generally accepted format for jet fuel quality control logs.
“Minimize Liability.” We have designed a comprehensive web based application that exceeds the standards set forth in the ATA spec 103. This is accomplished through the computerization of fueling inspection operations which leads to a higher standard of quality control governing safety checks and in turn, limits liability to FBO’s. Redundant processes for line technicians are automated. Tablet PC’s with a stream lined touch screen interface now replace paper forms when recording inspection results. Therefore, overall operations become more efficient and more accurate. Management has better reporting capability and is armed with greater knowledge and more control for better decision making governing fuel safety.
System Features
Recurring Fuel Facility and Refueling Equipment Safety Checks includes Daily, Monthly, Quarterly and Annual. Record the results of recurring (Daily, Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly) Aircraft Refueling Equipment and Fuel Facility storage tank safety checks and inspections. Quickly add the results of sump sample qualitative analyses and differential pressure readings. Key in some remarks of when descriptive measures are needed.
Record Receipt by Aviation Fuel Transport Truck The ATA/A4A Spec 103 specifies that FBO's begin to monitor fuel safety as soon as the fuel arrives in the transport truck. Our web based system makes it easy to record measurements and inspections as the fuel is received into storage.
Aviation Fuel Technicians Perorm Inspections On Touch Screen Tablet Computers Scan in documentation such as Bill Of Lading from transport truck receiving company and attach to truck receipt record.
Aviation Fuel Safety Fuel Filter Vessel Management Screen Shot Example Monitoring the performance of Fuel Filter Vessels is essential to Aviation Fuel Safety. Click on the above sample screen shot to see how our system handles this process.
Aviation Fuel Safety Storage Inspection and Cleaning Records Uncontaminated Avaiation Fuel is dependent upon clean reclamation and storage tanks.
Aviation Fuel Safety Reminders, Alerts, and Notifications that recurring fuel checks are due. Never get to busy to forget to perform the daily or other recurring safety checks again with the built in reminders and alerts system. Line Managers can receive text message reminder alerts when daily fuel checks have not been performed by a certain time of day.
Aviation Fuel Safety Data Validation Ensures Accurate Data and Limits Operator Error. Fuel checks and inspections are valdated for accuracy and operator error before they are stored in the database. This will build confidence in the quality of your aviation fuel safety check logging operations.
Aviation Fuel Technicians and FBO Line Managers gain secure login access to fuel safety data. System security features provide for the protection of data, management of users, assigning of access rights, and login information.
Aviation Fuel Safety Changes to Fuel Safety Data are Logged.
  • Instill a high degree of confidence with record inspectors that the data is accurate and has not been modified without authorization and documentation.
  • Modification to existing fuel check data can only be performed by authorized users such as FBO or line managers.
  • Comprehensive data modification logging tracks what specific data was modified, when/who modified it and why.
ATA Specification 103 Reporting Tools. The ATA Specification 103 Forms... When FAA Inspectors arrive at your FBO, this is what they want to see and the format they want to see it in. Clearly much easier than a 3 ring binder stuffed with paper, our system groups related reports by same storage tank or refueler truck along with the user specified month/year. Click the above image to see how we lay our reports side by side inside of page tabs for easy viewing and comparisons. Help save a forest and get rid of ugly file cabinets by going with our paperless reporting system! People love graphs to get an quick visual summary of the data flow.
Aviation Fuel Technicians Perorm Inspections On Touch Screen Tablet Computers Simple form layout and easy to use interface that is touch screen compatible Get rid of the paper and take a tablet-pc out in the field.
Compatible with most major browsers
Compatible with most recent major browsers
  • Internet Explorer 8+
  • Safari (Tested on iPhone/iPad)
  • Use your existing computer systems.
  • There is no costly installation and maintenance expense for dedicated onsite computer equipment.
To see how easy it is, contact us today for a free product demonstration.