Active Aviation Training delivers Dangerous Goods Training for Flight Crew and Pilots at any worldwide location. Our qualified and experienced Dangerous Goods instructors will ensure that any required modification to course materials happens prior to the delivery of any course. We can also deliver courses using materials provided by each operator.
Our standard course program is based on the requirements of EASA Implementing Rules, ICAO & IATA, and includes the following topics as required:
- General Philosophy
- List of Dangerous Goods
- Labelling & Marking
- Recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods
- Storage & Loading Procedures
- Pilots Notification
- Provision for Passengers & Crew
- Emergency Procedures
- Radioactive Material
Dangerous Goods Training for Flight Crew
Our Dangerous Goods Training meets the requirements of (EU) EASA Implementing Rules Subpart R, ICAO Technical Instructions & IATA regulation. Dangerous Goods training is required every 24 months and we will modify the course content depending on whether the operator has approval to carry dangerous goods, has approval to carry radioactive materials and whether they are a cargo or commercial operator.
Compliance with Aviation Authority and Operator Requirements
To ensure compliance is maintained with each Authority our experienced training team can modify any training materials and the associated examinations and required checking. All training materials are cross referenced with requirements and regulations and we can work with our airline customers in ensuring that the procedures and drills covered by the training are in compliance with those stated in the appropriate manuals.
For further information on our capabilities to deliver Flight Crew Dangerous Goods training please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call our offices on +44 (0) 330 311 0737.