Aerodrome Third-Party Procedures and Inspection

Course Title
Aerodrome Third-Party Procedures and Inspection

Course Duration
 5 days in-class / on site or
 15 hours online virtual classes + 15 hours offline over 5 days

Course Aim
The Aerodrome Third-Party Procedures and Inspection course is designed to familiarise participants with all the procedures regulating third-party operations on the airside. It will also enable participants to clearly understand the inspection and supervision of thirdparty operators on the airside. This course also provides participants with the knowledge and skills required to ensure that airside operations are being conducted within the prescribed safety framework in line with prevailing Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs). This course also sets the base for personnel involved in monitoring airside safety to the dynamism of Hazard Identification and reporting same for the purpose of Risk Management.

Target Population
 Management and other Personnel involved in airside operations

Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
 Operate safely within their constantly evolving working environment.
 Understand the implications of the various operations that most of the time occur concurrently on the airside.
 Identify and report key hazards that may be encountered on the airside.

Course Contents

Module 1- Aerodrome Low Visibility Ground Procedures
 Activation of Low visibility ground procedures
 Hazards
 Precautions during LVGP
 Night operations
 Bad weather conditions

Module 2- Aerodrome Airside Works
 General aerodrome layout
 Airside safety rules
 Airside hazards
 Personal responsibilities with regard to airside safety
 Signs and markings
 Restrictions of movement

Module 3- Foreign Object Debris Management
 Definition of FOD
 FOD detection and removal
 Prevention of FOD
 FOD evaluation and analysis

Module 4- Handling of Hazmat
 Description of Hazmat
 Precautions while handling Hazmat
 Dangerous goods labels
 Fueling and defueling

Module 5- Safety of Refuelling Operations
 Fuel safety
 Fuel spills
 Fire hazards

Module 6- Aircraft Parking Stand
 Physical characteristics of an aircraft stand
 Push back and taxi in/out safety
 Hot spots

Module 7- Aircraft Chocking Procedures
 Aircraft safety
 Rules of approach and circulation around an aircraft
 Chocks placement and removal procedures
 Cones placement and removal procedures



13 - 17 Sep 2021

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ACI Africa Virtual Class - 15 hrs
Euro 500 / participant
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