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EI MODEL CODE SAFE PRACTICE PT7 : 1998

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DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF AVIATION FUELLING FACILITIES
Withdrawn date

01-02-2004

Published date

01-01-1998

Foreword
Acknowledgements
1 General
   1.1 Classes of aviation fuels
   1.2 Electrical safety precautions
   1.3 Fire safety
2 Depot locations relative to airport facilities
   2.1 Methods of fuelling
   2.2 Depot location
   2.3 Restrictions on airports
3 Depot layout
   3.1 General
   3.2 Depots located outside a controlled area
   3.3 Depots located within a controlled area
   3.4 Drainage and oil/water separators
   3.5 Lighting
4 Depot plant, fixed equipment and buildings
   4.1 General
   4.2 Tankage
   4.3 Pipework
   4.4 Pumps
   4.5 Filtration
   4.6 Fueller loading
   4.7 Container filling
   4.8 Pumping operations - precautions against static
         electricity
5 Fuel hydrant systems
   5.1 General
   5.2 System design considerations
   5.3 Pipes and fittings
   5.4 Hydrant pits
   5.5 Hydrant pit valves
   5.6 Testing the pipeline system
   5.7 Emergency shut down (ESD) controls
   5.8 Commissioning the system
   5.9 Inspection of pit valves and risers after impact
   5.10 Hydrant pump control system
6 Mobile fuelling equipment
   6.1 General
   6.2 Mobile fuelling equipment
   6.3 Mobile fuelling equipment for lubricants and
         special products other than aviation fuels
   6.4 Grade identification
7 Fuelling hoses and hose assemblies
   7.1 General
   7.2 Hoses
   7.3 Hose couplings
   7.4 Hose inspection and test procedure
8 Equipment testing
   8.1 General
   8.2 Pressure control equipment
   8.3 Hose inspection and test procedure
   8.4 Bulk meter proving
9 Airport operations and maintenance
   9.1 General
   9.2 Airport operating procedures
   9.3 Maintenance procedures for fuel depots and mobile
         equipment
10 Health, safety, environment and security
   10.1 Hygiene precautions
   10.2 First aid
   10.3 Health hazards
   10.4 Personal protective clothing and equipment
   10.5 Breathing apparatus
   10.6 Permit to work system
   10.7 Facilities
   10.8 Security
   10.9 Protecting the environment
11 Fire protection and emergency procedures
   11.1 General
   11.2 Apron spillages
   11.3 Fire precautions and equipment
12 Training
   12.1 Importance of training
   12.2 Personnel to be trained
   12.3 Training subjects
   12.4 Emergency procedures
   12.5 Instruction manuals
13 Retail or consumer fuelling facilities
   13.1 General
   13.2 Types of aviation fuel
   13.3 Depot/airfield facilities
   13.4 Mobile fuelling equipment
   13.5 Hoses and hose assemblies
   13.6 Equipment testing
   13.7 Operations and maintenance
   13.8 Health, safety, environment and security
   13.9 Fire protection and emergency procedures
   13.10 Training
Annex A - Glossary
Annex B-1 - Standards relevant to aircraft fuelling
            facilities
Annex B-2 - Standards applicable to sections within this
            publication
Annex C - List of abbreviations
Annex D - Classifications of petroleum products
Annex E - Guidelines for testing the tightness integrity
            of aviation fuel hydrant systems
Annex F - Model recertification test report form

Provides guidance on safe practice in the siting, layout, design, construction and operation of aircraft fuelling facilities and associated equipment at airports and airfields located anywhere in the world.

DocumentType
Standard
PublisherName
Energy Institute (formerly Institute of Petroleum - IP)
Status
Withdrawn

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