Campbell Oil Company’s Aviation Quality Control Training with Phillips 66 Aviation.
In the dynamic realm of aviation, where precision and safety are non-negotiable, Campbell Oil Company takes a pioneering step toward excellence. Recently, the company had the privilege of hosting Aviation Quality Control Training event led by none other than Phillips 66 Aviation’s Senior Quality Control Director, Keith Clark.
The training sessions covered an extensive array of crucial topics, each contributing to the overarching goal of elevating the standards of aviation fuel quality. Let’s delve into the key highlights of this comprehensive training:
Keith Clark’s expertise guided participants through the intricate world of aviation fuel filtration, emphasizing the critical role it plays in ensuring the purity and safety of fuel.
The training emphasized the significance of routine inspections in maintaining the highest standards of quality. Daily and monthly inspections were explored, showcasing the proactive approach required in the world of aviation fuel.
Prevention of misfueling incidents is a top priority in aviation. The training sessions addressed best practices and strategies to minimize the risk of misfueling, safeguarding both aircraft and operations.
The training tour unfolded across three strategic locations, each chosen for its significance in the aviation landscape.
-Tuesday (KARW) Beaufort Executive Airport, SC
-Thursday (KSUT) Cape Fear Jetport
-Friday (KCPK) Chesapeake Regional Airport
Campbell Oil Company’s commitment to excellence in aviation has been fortified through this enlightening training series. As aviation continues to evolve, the company stands at the forefront, armed with knowledge, insight, and a collective dedication to maintaining the highest standards of quality and safety in the skies. The training led by Keith Clark has become a milestone, marking the journey toward a future where aviation quality knows no bounds.