Aero Consulting Formations Aéronautiques, Formations DGR Transport de Matières Dangereuses, Ateliers PART 145, Fuel Tank Safety, EWIS, ETOPS, Facteurs Humains, CDCCL/FTS,  Maintenance aéronautique, ATPL Pilote de Ligne, SGS, Système de Gestion de la Sécurité Aéronautique
Aero Consulting Formations Aéronautiques, Formations DGR Transport de Matières Dangereuses, Ateliers PART 145, Fuel Tank Safety, EWIS, ETOPS, Facteurs Humains, CDCCL/FTS,  Maintenance aéronautique, ATPL Pilote de Ligne, SGS, Système de Gestion de la Sécurité Aéronautique
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Safety Training

Dangerous Goods Regulation Trainings as per ICAO/IATA requirements

 


Every employer understands the importance and value in properly training their employees. With various training needs and requirements for each type of workplace, Dangerous Goods Regulation Training options may vary to enable companies to comply with safety regulations.

 

Aero Consulting ensure Training courses for all persons including shippers, forwarders, logistics personnel, carriers, and handlers involved with dangerous goods by air.

 

  • Initial and Recurent Category 3/6 Dangerous Goods Regulation Training. 

 

In accordance with the ICAO Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284) and AIR OPS (965/2012 regulation CAT operation) and IATA DGR 2016 referential and tools.

Fuel Tank Safety C.D.C.C.L 

Fuel Tank Safety Level 1/2 Initial

EASA Decisions 2009/006/R and 2009/007/R issued in March 2009 amended existing Acceptable Means of Compliance material of Part M and Part 145 to account for Fuel System Safety Issues.

This includes organisations acting under these parts being required to undertake extensive staff and management training programmes.

 

Training Objectives

To familiarise students with the elements of fuel system safety issues including its language, history and practical considerations

To equip students in their everyday tasks to account for the challenges posed by the Fuel Tank System Safety issues, thereby ensuring the continued airworthiness of affected aircraft

 

Who requires training

Level 1 is aimed at those who represent the maintenance management structure, the quality manager and staff required to quality monitor the organisation.

 

Level 2 is aimed at those who are required to plan, perform, supervise, inspect and certify the maintenance of aircraft and its fuel system components.

 

NOTE: Aero Consulting considers Level 1 to be better fulfilled if included as part of the Level 2 course, thereby ensuring all students are better informed. Therefore, Level 1 Training is not a separate course.

HUMAN FACTORS INITIAL AND REFRESH

Human Factors – Initial

Objectives

This course will give students an introduction to Human Factors and is a mandatory requirement for all EASA Part 145 approved organizations as outlined in EASA 145.A.30(e) National Authorities 10 Part Programme.

The course will explore the implications of error, organizational safety culture, procedures, safety policy, and methods of communication.

Benefits

The course will give students a better understanding of the subject and improve standards and compliance.

The course will:

  • Explain the need to take human factors into account and identify the limits of human performance

  • Explain the social, psychological and physical conditions that affect human performance

  • Explain how types of work tasks and communications affect human performance in the workplace

  • Explain how human error and hazards in the workplace lead
    to accidents and how these can be avoided

     

Human Factors – Refresher 

Objectives

It is a mandatory requirement to carry out “Refresher Training” within every 2 year period as outlined in EASA145. A.30(e) National Authorities 10 Part Program.

The course will further explore the implications of error, organizational safety culture, procedures, safety policy, and methods of communication.

Benefits

The course will give students a better understanding of the subject and improve standards and compliance. 

The course will:

  • Explain the need to take human factors into account and identify the limits of human performance

  • Explain the social, psychological and physical conditions that affect human performance

  • Explain how types of work tasks and communications affect human performance in the workplace

  • Explain how human error and hazards in the workplace lead
    to accidents and how these can be avoided

Safety Management Systems

This course will give you the perfect introduction to what an SMS is all about and how it should operate.

 

Overview

Given the many ways that aviation can result in injury or harm, those involved with aviation have been preoccupied with preventing accidents since the earliest days of flying.

Through the disciplined application of best safety management practices and the highest assessment and control standards in aviation SMS training, most organisations have seen the frequency and severity of aviation occurrences decline significantly.

 

Who Should Attend Aviation SMS Training?

CEO’s, Accountable Managers, and members of management who have responsibility or oversight for maintaining compliance with regulatory requirements.

Anyone whose role involves change management, team building or culture development or who are seen to represent management to operational and technical teams.

It is also desirable for all Operators and Maintenance Organisations to ensure that all personnel have a knowledge of what a Safety Management System represents and how best to support that system in their every day working environment.

 

What is Covered?

The purpose of the SMS training course is to explain just what is expected of an aviation Safety Management System in terms of corporate responsibilities under EASA requirements.

A dedicated quality/safety team work very diligently but find it difficult to overcome a lack of understanding within and support from their senior management.

Regulatory authorities all over the world are concerned that senior management should exercise strong leadership in this area because, ultimately, the“accountable managers” are responsible for the safety of their operation.

 

Course Topics:

  • Safety Management Systems course introduction
  • Basic safety concepts
  • Hazards & Hazard Identification
  • Risks & Risk Management
  • SMS regulation
  • SMS planning
  • SMS operation
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