AIRCRAFT SAFETY


The objective of the training is to inform the cabin and cockpit crew about the safety responsibilities based on the current national and international regulations and on the issues in your safety program and the following topics will be treated in detail: Threats and goals, safety controls regarding the crew and their luggage, aircraft security checks and searches, definition of fire guns and prohibited objects, protection of the aircraft, safety criteria during flight,acceptance and control of catering supplies, company mail, cleaning materials and consumables and precautions for unexpected situations.


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Course Info

Course AIRCRAFT SAFETY
Category PILOT COURSES-GENERAL SUBJECT COURSES
Exam Yes
Number of Questions 10
Passing Grade 75
Course Duration 01:15:00
Availability 90 Day
Regulatory Compliance FAA / EASA / CAA and Compliance with IOSA audits

Price: € 74.00



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Content of the Course

COURSE START
AIRCRAFT SAFETY - OBJECTIVE OF THE TRAINING
THREATS AND GOALS
ENTRY CONTROLS AND WEARING CARDS AT AIRPORTS
AIRPORT ID CARDS
SCANNING AND PROTECTION OF THE CREW AND BAGS
CREW - LUGGAGE MATCHING
AIRCRAFT SECURITY CHECKS
SECURITY CHECKS
CHECKS ON TRANSIT POINTS
AIRCRAFT SEARCH
GENERAL
COCKPIT AND OUTSIDE OF THE AIRCRAFT
PASSENGER CABINS
LAVATORIES
KITCHENS
OVERHEAD LUGGAGE RACKS
CABIN ATTENDANT SEATS
IN-FLIGHT SEARCHES
DEFINITION OF FIRE GUNS AND OTHER PROHIBITED OBJECTS AND ITEMS - TYPES OF FIRE GUNS
RIFLES
MACHINE GUNS
PROTECTION OF THE AIRCRAFT - AIRCRAFT ACCESS CONTROL - AIRCRAFT SECURITY PROCEDURES
SUPERVISION OF THE AIRCRAFT BY THE CREW
NON-SUPERVISION OF THE AIRCRAFT BY THE CREW
AIRCRAFT SECURITY SEAL
IN-FLIGHT SECURITY CRITERIA - COCKPIT DOORS
WHY DO COCKPIT DOORS HAVE TO BE LOCKED?
PROCEDURES FOR THE ENTRY TO AND COMMUNICATION WITH THE COCKPIT
FLIGHT CREW COMPARTMENT ACCESS SYSTEM (FDAS)-PROCEDURE
SECURE USE OF THE COCKPIT DOOR
AIR MARSHAL
COMMUNICATION WITH ARMED PERSONS IN THE AIRCRAFT
RECEIPT OF CATERING SUPPLIES
PROCEDURES FOR RECEIPT OF CLEANING AND SUPPLY MATERIALS
RECEIPT OF COMPANY MAIL AND MATERIALS
CONTINGENCY PRECAUTIONS - BOMB CALLS
ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE OF A BOMB IN THE AIRCRAFT, ON THE GROUND OR DURING THE FLIGHT A BOMB THREAT ON THE GROUND
A BOMB THREAT DURING THE FLIGHT - COMMUNICATION WITH THE AIRLINE
LEAST RISK BOMB LOCATION (LRBL)
HOW TO CREATE AN LRBL
CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS (CBW)
CBW THREATS IN THE CABIN – WHEN NOT ACTIVATED
CBW THREATS IN THE CABIN – WHEN ACTIVATED
UNIVERSAL PRECAUTION KIT - Pre-flight Inspection:
CBW DETECTION BY CABIN ATTENDANTS DURING THE FLIGHT
SUSPICIOUS FLUID THREATS
SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE / ENVELOP THREATS
AIRCRAFT HIJACKING
PROFILES OF HIJACKERS
ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN AGAINST AIRCRAFT HIJACKING
DURING THE FLIGHT
WHEN THE AIRCRAFT IS ON THE GROUND
DURING THE OPERATION
CONCLUSION
COCKPIT FLIGHT CREW
STAGES OF AN AIRCRAFT HIJACKING ACT - INTIMIDATION
TAKING HOSTAGES
STOCKHOLM SYNDROME
RESOLUTION
REPORTING PROCEDURES
CATEGORIES OF EVENTS AND REPORTING - CATEGORIES OF SECURITY INCIDENTS
COURSE END