The Airside Safety Awareness training provides an introduction to the safety measures to observe on an airfield. It focuses on the employer and employee responsibility and aims at enhancing awareness about the different dangers present at an airfield, as well as on area-related safety procedures. It encompasses the safety best practices when performing maintenance activities from a height, in a confined space and with high voltage equipment.
We also explain the mechanisms behind electric shocks and the behavior to observe in case of fire emergency or if a first aid intervention is needed.
It is designed to give the participant the mindset to always be aware to what he is doing at the airport and to be mindful of the hazards at risk.
- Introduce the international standards
- Understand the airfield environment and the area division at an airport.
- Introduce hazards and risks present at an airfield.
- How to perform safely maintenance activities from a height
- How to perform safely maintenance activities in a confined space
- Understand the mechanisms behind electric shocks and their gravity
- Adequate fire emergency response
- Familiarization to first aid procedures
What is covered?
- The definition of airfield, landside, airside
- Apron, movement area, maneuvering area
- Who is responsible in which area?
- Applicable standards
- National civil authorities
- The hazards and risks present at the different airfield areas
- Airport safety plan & risk assessment
- Additional precautions to observe when:
- Working from a height
- Working in a confined space
- Working under the presence of high voltage
- How to react in case of:
- Electrical shock
- Injury for which a first aid reaction is needed
- Vehicle driving on an airfield