In Boeing 787 and Airbus 350 aircrafts, more than half of the aircraft body is made of composite material. The composite structure of the fuselage does not indicate the damage when the body is contacted and damaged by the ground support equipment. That's why an airline company I’m familiar with issued a statement for the entire fleet to the ground staff indicating "do not touch the aircraft while servicing" (a no-touch policy).
How can the passenger mobile stairs be aligned safely from the ground without contacting such high aircraft passenger doors? Wouldn't it be possible for passengers to fall down from the gap between the aircraft and the mobile stairs, especially in windy weather? What else can be done not to damage composite structured aircraft fuselage?