This course provides the participants with the skills and knowledge to effectively and safely manage and coordinate helicopter operations on helipads, heliports and helidecks.
The Hazard Communication Program improves the Safety and Health of workers through more effective communications on chemical hazards. It provides information about Hazardous Materials they may be exposed to, and what precautions may be necessary before safely working with Hazardous Chemicals.
The most important goal of this course is to teach participants to recognize and respond to a cardiac arrest, get emergency care on the way quickly, and help the person until more advanced care arrives to take over.
This training provides essential knowledge of Fire Fighting, its prevention and emergency scenarios
The Safety Management Systems (SMS) is an efficient means of interfacing with local and international regulatory agencies. This SMS employs safety strategies and practices by developing and implementing a structured management system to actively prevent and manage risk and meet legal responsibilities in aviation operations.
The purpose of this Ground Support Equipment Training is to provide guidance & useful information to operate Ground Handling Equipment in a safe and secure manner in accordance with regulatory authority requirements and international standards.
The purpose of this Ground Handling Training is to provide important guidance & useful information to all managers, supervisors and staff who are engaged in the performance of aircraft handling and support services at Airport..
This program ensures that all ground related activities are carried out in a safe and secure manner in accordance with regulatory authority requirements and international standards.
This course helps you to further understand the packing and shipping requirements of air transport for lithium ion, lithium metal cells and batteries.
Providing you with a brief understanding of Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) before giving emphasis on lithium batteries and how to satisfy the regulations with regards to documentation, marking, labelling and packaging of shipments. In addition to attaining knowledge about the limitations to transport of lithium batteries by air, and emergency procedures.
The NEXUS Academy DGR Category 8 course ensures that airline, operators and ground handling staff know how to read and apply the regulations for the transport of dangerous goods by air. To ensure the safe transportation of these goods. These regulations include general philosophy, limitations, legal requirements, operational restrictions, marking, labeling, storage and loading procedures, pilot's notification, recognition of undeclared DG, provisions for passengers and crew, and emergency procedures.