Aviation Checklists

Reduce aviation risk by creating checklists and conducting inspections with a digital safety checklist app

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What are Aviation Checklists?

Aviation checklists are tools used by pilots and aircraft safety officers in identifying any potential risks before take-off to prevent flight incidents and fatalities.

Tips to Create a Good Aviation Checklist

  1. Define clear pause points: Pause points determine when a checklist should be used.
  2. Determine whether your checklist is a Do-confirm versus Read-do checklist.
  3. Keep a checklist between 5 and 9 items.
  4. Focus on the “killer items,” ones that are often overlooked.
  5. Wording should be simple and precise.
  6. Most importantly, test, test, test your checklist.

Use your ‘team intelligence’

Instead of focussing on hierarchy, the aviation industry put an emphasis on individual intelligence to foster team intelligence. Through the use of digital checklists, you can dramatically raise effectiveness and reduce errors. SafetyCulture iAuditor allows your team to log critical errors that you can analyze later to make improvements to your processes. Learn where your team is excelling and what needs improvement. Find out more about how to cause a cultural shift with the humble checklist.

Stay safe and start building digital checklists or choose from over 60,000+ FREE templates

SafetyCulture iAuditor has a free public library of over 60,000 templates. Experts from all over the globe have contributed to provide their knowledge for free.

Create smart checklists

Pilots, cabin crew, and airports use multiple daily checklists. Ensure you are operating as efficiently as you can by eliminating the paper you use. A safety app has to be reliable, simple to use and data needs to be analyzed. SafetyCulture iAuditor allows users to build intelligent checklists that collect data faster and easier. SAudit while you are at 30,000 ft
SafetyCulture iAuditor works in remote locations, even 30,000 ft in the air. Audit while you are offline and simply sync your audit back to your SafetyCulture cloud-based account when you come back online. See how to build smart checklists using Smart and Dynamic Fields here.

Images provide clarity

Use SafetyCulture iAuditor’s image capture and annotation tool to display best practices by embedding annotated images and diagrams within checklists. Flight crews are more often than not virtual strangers before they hop into the cockpit. Use images to convey safety messages clearly.

Report on critical errors

SafetyCulture iAuditor allows you to instantly create reports as soon as your inspection is complete. Review and take corrective action on issues before they become critical.

Audit while you are at 30,000 ft

SafetyCulture iAuditor works in remote locations, even 30,000 ft in the air. Audit while you are offline and simply sync your audit back to your SafetyCulture cloud-based account when you come back online.

Centralize your safety compliance

Ensure your crew are all working from tested and high-quality checklist templates by creating standard company templates and sharing them to the team. Make changes on the fly and push out the new template so flight crew are always using the latest advancements and have access to the most up-to-date information.

Insight and visibility

Using the SafetyCulture analytics platform, you have access to real-time data as the flight crew are capturing it. Instantly see once an audit is completed in an aircraft and has passed its pre-flight inspection or if the flight craft engineers have authorized the aircraft to be safe to operate.

Develop a better safety culture

With SafetyCulture iAuditor you can put safety in the hands of the workers, ingraining safety into the workplace culture, and making sure people get to go home each and every day. SafetyCulture iAuditor empowers your workers to find critical errors and log them to ensure flight crew and passengers arrive safely.

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