1. All radios,aircraft and other electronic equipment shall be treated with the utmost respect
If mishandled you can consider the the repair bill as yours
2. Radio controlled aircraft are not to be taken as just another toy, and attention should be paid when handling
any model equipped with a motor and propeller ( airscrew )
3. Stand behind an aircraft and never in line with the propeller arc, nor in front of it
4. Extreme care should be taken with electric models as to avoid nasty accidents
5. Ask your Instructor how to carry a plane safely, and how to place it in the pits or on the runway
6. Always fly with a spotter, helper, or second to assist in spotting where other aircraft and people are
7. Announce your intentions loudly and clearly . e.g "Landing" ," Take-off" or "Dead Stick"
8. Wind direction and strength must be taken into account. Misjudging the conditions is one of the major
contributing factors to crashes , next to Pilot Error
9. A pre flight check of hindges ,servo output arms, clevisis, and push rods, udercarage screws and bolts, and wheel collars will pay handsome dividends as you progress in your training, and will avoid accidents.
10. Before you fly, do a range check on your radio, observe the Tx voltage on your Tx screen, and listen to your servos if they are sluggish or quick and crisp sounding, if possible fit a voltage monitor gadget to your plane or alternatively check receiver pack with a voltmeter when the system is on and under load.
Low voltage means don't fly!!