IOSH Managing Safely in Aviation
Do you need a health and safety course for staff working in aviation?
IOSH Managing Safely in Aviation provides an excellent understanding of air side and land side health and safety management issues for people working in this highly regulated sector.
Training employees with this unique, sector-specific, approved certificate assists employers in complying with CAP642 and UK HSE legislative requirements.
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IOSH Managing Safely in Aviation provides managers with an understanding of their responsibilities and the skills to manage health and safety issues.
It assists employers in complying with the requirements of CAP642 and UK HSE legislative requirements and provides a clear understanding of the interface between HSE and CAA requirements.
Who is IOSH Managing Safely in Aviation for?
This course is suitable for staff in a line management or supervisory role working for companies involved in both air side and land side operations.
What is covered in the course?
The IOSH Managing Safely in Aviation course content covers:
- An introduction to Managing Safely in Aviation
- Health and safety responsibilities and accountability
- How to assess and control hazards and risks effectively common to the aviation sector
- Accident and incident investigation
- Measuring health and safety performance
- How to protect the environment
The course also addresses health and safety issues surrounding the ramp, aircraft turnaround, baggage handling/loading, mechanical equipment operations within the apron area, fuel and maintenance, catering, check-in, security and retail.
Click here to read the full IOSH Managing Safely in Aviation syllabus.
Course assessment and IOSH certificate
There is a 45 minute multiple choice test at the end of the course together with a workplace health and safety risk assessment, which must be completed within 2 weeks in order to pass.
On successful completion of the assessment, individuals will receive an IOSH Certificate through the post.
Successful completion of IOSH Managing Safely in Aviation will ensure that managers are able to meet their responsibilities for health and safety in the aviation and airport sector.