740 CMR 30.24 - Mandatory Marking of Tools

Current through Register 1466, April 1, 2022

Each Air Carrier ("AC"), Fixed Base Operator ("FBO") and Aviation Service Operator ("ASO") at Boston-Logan International Airport shall properly mark all portable cutting tools that may be used in the cabin of an Aircraft at Logan by the AC, FBO and ASO, or their respective employees, agents, or contractors.

The mark shall consist of two components in the order that follows:

(1) the designation "BOS"; and
(2) the airline code or Massport-approved AC, FBO or ASO identifier, e.g.,

BOS UA.

The mark shall be engraved on the portable cutting toolor indelibly placed on the portable cutting tool. The mark shall be legible and clearly visible.

No person shall carry, transport, possess or place in the cabin of Aircraft at BOS-Logan Airport, a portable cutting tool that is not properly marked in compliance with 740 CMR 30.00.

ACs, FBOs and ASOs shall, no less frequently than quarterly, conduct an audit of portable cutting tools to ensure that all such tools are accounted for.

Whenever an AC, FBO or CSO has reason to believe a portable cutting tool is unaccounted for, the AC, FBO or CSO shall immediately notify the Massachusetts State Police.

Notes

740 CMR 30.24

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