Code of Conduct

Introduction

The Code of Conduct (Code of Conduct) offers recommendations to advance aviation maintenance technicians (AMTs) professionalism.

The Code of Conduct is not a standard and is not intended to be implemented as one. Instead, the Code of Conduct presents a vision of excellence for Aircraft maintenance technicians and engineers. Its principles complement and underscore legal requirements.

The Code of Conduct is intended for all Turbojet Engines employees.

The Principles

The Code of Conduct has three sections, each containing Principles.

  • General Responsibilities of Aviation Maintenance Technicians
  • Third-Party Safety
  • Environmental Issues

Benefits of the Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct benefits by.

  • Highlighting practices to support professionalism and safety among AMTs.
  • Promoting improved training, appropriate conduct, personal responsibility, and contributions to the aviation community and society at large,
  • Encouraging the development and adoption of good judgment and ethical behavior.
  • Advancing self-regulation through the aviation community as an alternative to government regulation.
  • Supporting improved communication between employees, regulators, and others in the aviation industry.
  • Promoting recognition of aviation maintenance as a highly respected and rewarding profession.

Note: All Aircraft maintenance operations are authorized in all jurisdictions internationally. References to the Director General of Civil Aviation of India (DGCA) is used as examples. In all jurisdictions, applicable laws and regulations must be followed.

Turbojet engines pvt ltd Code of Conduct - Principles

I. General Responsibilities of Aviation maintenance technicians

AMTs Should:

  • Make safety their highest priority.
  • Seek excellence in workmanship.
  • Develop and exercise good judgment, and apply sound principles of technical decision-making.
  • Recognize and manage risks effectively.
  • Adhere to prudent operating practices and personal operating parameters (e.g., tolerances, limitations, and other human factors).
  • Advance professionalism.
  • Act with responsibility and courtesy.
  • Adhere to applicable laws and regulations, and
  • Comply with training and performance requirements.

II. Third-Party Safety

AMTs Should:

  • Maintain a safe work place environment.
  • Manage risk and avoid unnecessary risk to aircraft occupants, people and property on the surface, and people in other aircraft.
  • Brief team members on maintenance procedures and inform them of any significant or unusual risk associated with the task.
  • Seek to prevent unsafe conduct by third-parties, including coworkers and pilots, and
  • Avoid operations and behavior that may alarm or disturb aircraft occupants, people on the surface, or other third-parties.

Environmental Issues

AMTs should:

  • Recognize and seek to mitigate the environmental impact of aviation maintenance,
  • Minimize the discharge of fuel, oil, refrigerants, and other chemicals into the environment during refueling, ground, servicing, and maintenance operations,
  • Respect and protect environmentally sensitive areas,
  • Comply with applicable noise-abatement procedures and mitigate aircraft noise near noise-sensitive areas, and
  • Review and adhere to prudent hazardous materials handling