Dangerous Goods and Parts Handling


Dangerous Goods Awareness will enable students to recognise the classes for dangerous goods and how to handle, label and document dangerous goods correctly.

Suspected Unapproved Parts

Objectives:

Students will gain: a detailed practical understanding of the EASA & FAA Regulatory Requirements to understand the challenge of ensuring only Approved Parts are accepted into the Aviation Store; an solid understanding of EASA & FAA Suspect Unapproved Parts best practice procedures; an detailed insight into the problems associated with Suspect Parts and where to verify status; gain familiarity with FAA / EASA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) System in relation to Approved and Unapproved Parts.

Benefits:

This course will:

The course aims to provide an understanding of

  • Terms and Abbreviations
  • Introduction to Suspected Unapproved Parts
  • Suspect Parts: The Problem
  • Examples of Suspected Unapproved Parts
  • EASA Form 1, FAA8130-3 & TCCA Form 1
  • Status of Parts
  • Approved Parts & Exceptions
  • Detecting Suspected Unapproved Parts
  • Reporting Suspected Unapproved Parts
  • Preventing SUPs Entering the System

Electrostatic Discharge Sensitive Devices

Objectives:

An overview of the basic principles of Electrostatic Discharge and the dangers of it; the requirements to effectively and safely manage Electrostatic Discharge Sensitive components and devices; and recognising Electrostatic Discharge Sensitive components and devices from key indicators, signs and packaging.

Benefits:

This course will:

The course aims to provide an understanding of:

  • An overview of Static Electricity & ESD
  • Materials
  • Storage Conditions Regulatory Requirements
  • Device Handling
  • Work Stations
  • Procedures
  • Components and Parts Packaging & Dispatch Considerations
  • The ESD Effort
  • Failure Conditions
  • Equipment Testing

Dangerous Goods by Air Awareness

Objectives:

To provide students with a detailed overview of the classes for dangerous goods and how to recognise, handle, label and document dangerous goods correctly as covered in the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR). Information on personnel who should be trained can be found under paragraph 1.5.1 of the IATA DGR.

Benefits:

The course will give the student an increased awareness of Dangerous Goods Regulations and help improved understanding and safety.

This course will:

The course will include the following:

  • Regulatory Documents
  • International Air Transport Association
  • UN Classes & Hazard Labels
  • Marking & Labelling
  • Packing Groups and Packaging
  • Limitations and Variations
  • The Identification of Dangerous Goods
  • Handling and Security of Dangerous Goods
  • Dangerous Goods Documentation
  • Emergency Procedures and Reporting
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