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Dangerous Goods Category 10 and RPAS Aviation Security Awareness

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This is a limited time offer for the following e-learning courses:

  • Dangerous Goods Category 10: Designed for flight crew, flight dispatchers and for personnel responsible for determining the appropriate loading positions in aircraft cargo compartments for Dangerous Goods shipments (load planners / load masters). All of these personnel need to have a knowledge and understanding of Dangerous Goods, their potential hazards and the procedures applicable to the transport of Dangerous Goods by air.
  • RPAS Aviation Security Awareness: Designed for RPAS pilots and personnel who want to operate under a ROC in South Africa.
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The Dangerous Goods Category 10

The Dangerous Goods Category 10 course, which is accredited by the SACAA is designed for flight crew, flight dispatchers and for personnel responsible for determining the appropriate loading positions in aircraft cargo compartments for dangerous goods shipments (load planners/load masters). These personnel are required to demonstrate competence in the functions associated with the transport of dangerous goods by air for which they are responsible.

Subsection 1.5 of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations requires that the employer must ensure that personnel are competent to perform any function for which they are responsible prior to performing any of these functions. This must be achieved through training and assessment commensurate with the functions for which they are responsible.  The Dangerous Goods Category 10 course ensures compliance with this regulation.

 

RPAS Aviation Security Awareness

Working in the RPAS Industry is an exciting career choice, in an industry that is rapidly expanding.

The use of RPAS for commercial activities covers a wide range of uses; from photography, videography, site inspections of mines, construction, farming to pipeline monitoring. There are endless possibilities for the use of RPA’s in the commercial sector.

By flying an RPA, a pilot becomes part of the greater aviation industry, and therefore needs to comply with the regulations that govern aviation. There are always risks involved in any form of aviation, so it is important to be aware of those risks. But more importantly, we live in a world where different groups use violence or engage in criminal activities to achieve various objectives. Some of these groups attack civil aviation to achieve these objectives.

Dangerous Goods Category 10

  • Flight crew members
  • Load masters and load planners
  • Flight operations officers and flight dispatchers

 

RPAS Aviation Security Awareness

  • Knowledge of previous acts of unlawful interference with civil aviation, terrorist acts and current threats;
  • Awareness of the relevant legal requirements;
  • Knowledge of the objectives and organisation of aviation security, including the obligations and responsibilities of persons implementing security controls;
  • Can identify restricted and prohibited articles;
  • Awareness of access control;
  • Knowledge of permit systems;
  • Knowledge of reporting procedures;
  • Ability to respond appropriately to security related incidents;
  • Be able to deal with bomb threats;
  • Respond appropriately to the discovery of prohibited articles or suspicious items; and
  • Be aware of cybersecurity risks.

Dangerous Goods Category 10

  • Understand the definition of “dangerous goods”;
  • Have knowledge of the origin of the current regulations and be aware of the general philosophy;
  • Be able to identify the classes of dangerous goods;
  • Be able to read and interpret the information contained in the List of Dangerous Goods;
  • Recognise and identify the hazard and handling labels applicable to dangerous goods;
  • Recognise and identify dangerous goods package use and package specification marks;
  • Be able to identify potential hidden hazards in cargo;
  • Be able to apply the loading requirements that apply to dangerous goods offered as air cargo;
  • Be able to read, understand and apply the information contained in the Special Load–Notification to Captain (NOTOC);
  • Understand the provisions for dangerous goods in baggage of passengers and crew;
  • Be familiar with dangerous goods emergency response procedures.

 

RPAS Aviation Security Awareness

  • Knowledge of previous acts of unlawful interference with civil aviation, terrorist acts and current threats;
  • Awareness of the relevant legal requirements;
  • Knowledge of the objectives and organisation of aviation security, including the obligations and responsibilities of persons implementing security controls;
  • Can identify restricted and prohibited articles;
  • Awareness of access control;
  • Knowledge of permit systems;
  • Knowledge of reporting procedures;
  • Ability to respond appropriately to security related incidents;
  • Be able to deal with bomb threats;
  • Respond appropriately to the discovery of prohibited articles or suspicious items; and
  • Be aware of cybersecurity risks.

Dangerous Goods Category 10

  • Learners are awarded a CAA Accredited certificate of competency which is valid for 24-months upon successful completion.
  • This course meets the training requirements of Part 92 – Conveyance of Dangerous Goods of the South African Civil Aviation Regulations, as well as the ICAO requirements for Dangerous Goods training (CAA/DG/0031).
  • This course is presented by Professional Aviation Services. (CAA/DG/0031).

 

RPAS Aviation Security Awareness

  • Learners are awarded a SACAA accredited certificate of competence which is valid for 24-months.
  • This course meets the requirements of DOC-CATS-109 and is approved by the SACAA.
  • This course is presented by Professional Aviation Services. (CAA/10908/ASTO).

All Dangerous Goods Regulations Courses presented by Professional Aviation Services  (CAA/DG/0031) are accredited by the SACAA. 

Based on the latest IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, these courses meet the training requirements of Part 92 – Conveyance of Dangerous Goods of the South African Civil Aviation Regulations, as well as the ICAO requirements for Dangerous Goods training. 

*Please note: the IATA Regulations are based on the ICAO Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air. 

All Aviation Security Courses presented by Professional Aviation Services  (CAA/10908/ASTO) are accredited by the SACAA.

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