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ATC 108 - Airside Operation Safety Compliance

Code Start Date Duration Venue
ATC 108 08 July 2024 7 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
ATC 108 12 August 2024 7 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
ATC 108 16 September 2024 7 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
ATC 108 21 October 2024 7 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
ATC 108 25 November 2024 7 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
ATC 108 30 December 2024 7 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
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Course Description

Aircrafts are perhaps the most freaking things for people. As much as it is interesting for a passenger to watch the logistics at the airport, they are always worried if these procedures are carried out the right way. This course provides airside managers with a comprehensive set of guidelines to enhance safety and to prevent accidents, incidents and occurrences at their airports. It aims at producing ‘best practice’ guidance for airport ramp management. 

Course Objectives

  • Understanding safety operations at airports
  • Being aware of factors that affect safety at airports
  • Exploring emergency cases and how to react to them
  • Applying up-to-date tools for managing safety on the airport
  • Learning how to deal with various environmental factors 

Who Should Attend?

  • Ramp staff
  • Safety and operations officers
  • Ground operations managers and supervisors
  • Airport managers and supervisors

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Airside infrastructure, facilities and personnel
  • Airport environment terminology and layouts
  • Employer and employee responsibilities
  • Responsibilities of the aerodrome operator/licensee
  • Staff competencies
  • Training requirements
  • Competency checks

Day 2

  • Airfield operations and standards
  • Signals, signs and markings
  • Meteorology
  • Safety management
  • Risk assessment and control
  • Safety performance indicators and best practices

Day 3

  • Airside operations
  • Air traffic control
  • Aircraft turnaround plan
  • Moving aircraft
  • Fuel management and hazardous materials
  • Coordination with service partners
  • Human factors in airside operations

Day 4

  • Emergency management
  • Emergency situations
  • Ramp safety procedures
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Accident, incident and occurrence reporting
  • Accident, incident and occurrence investigation and analysis
  • Airside vehicle control and driving

Day 5

  • Airside security
  • Airport safeguarding
  • Airside safety committee
  • Airside safety promotion
  • Interface with stakeholders
  • Runway incursion awareness and prevention

Day 6

  • Airside operations and the environment
  • Environmental issues
  • Wildlife hazard management,
  • Adverse weather
  • Low visibility operations
  • Foreign Object Debris (FOD) prevention

Day 7

  • Industry safety performance indicators
  • Handling agent licensing and low-cost operations
  • Aerodrome development and control of obstacles
  • Persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility (PRM)
  • Best Industry Practice Safety Management (SMS)
  • Gap analysis and audit tool