I'm doing some research on aviation technical areas and I've got some confuses about "TOOL CONTROLLER". Is this really a kind of tools or a people doing something relevant with tool? English is not my mother language; thus, can you help me?
Thank so much.
Tristarsteve wrote:Working on aircraft all tools are controlled to make sure that none are left behind when the job is finished. This can be a simple checklist that is completed at the end of each day/job, or a toolbox with cut out pockets for the tools. Also common is a see through plastic toolbox so you can see if any are missing.
Under EASA regulations something must be done. Most technical departments now do not allow personal tools, and all tools are supplied by the company.
In the hangar at ARN there is a tool store that is photographed continually. A computor record is kept of tools being used, and the aircraft cannot be released from the hangar until they are all returned.
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