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What does ACL stand for?

ACL stands for Aircraft Logbook

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FY11 Rank Severity 1 Aircraft logbook Inspection and TDs do not match OOMA/NALCOMIS 2 Personnel lack ORM knowledge and proper application 3 Outdated publications utilized by 1 maintenance personnel 4 Tool inventories not updated to reflect changes 5 Pre-expendable and spare parts bin lack proper accountability 6 Hydraulic fluid tag not fully documented and class 6 results not entered in logbook 7 Personnel introducing spark-producing items within ALS5 hazard area 8 Missing safety devices on shop equipment, 3 (i.
An FAA review of the airline's electronic record-keeping system for tracking crew duty and rest time revealed that Gulfstream International did not accurately input the proper data from its manually generated hard-copy aircraft logbook records into the electronic system.
The 1-877 project was the first to use maintenance data resident within the aircraft logbook (VFS Trace) to automatically create the required supply requisitions, eliminating the need for fleet maintenance and ordnance supply personnel to create and process over 11,000 requisitions annually.
This step will ensure your people record and deliver hydraulic-sample results, regardless of the method used--then make sure any required sample entries are annotated in the aircraft logbook or support-equipment record.
In 2005-06, along with that list, we also found: aircraft logbooks not being maintained--especially noncompliance with TDs and inaccuracy of dates within logbooks, improper identification of multi-piece tools, and failure to follow respirator SOPs.
First, you will find that most of your NALCO-MIS scheduled inspection reports have inspection data that was initiated from these very same documented inspection pages in the aircraft logbook and associated AESR (Aeronautical Equipment Service Record).