Dangerous Goods / Hazmat

Dangerous Goods / Hazmat

Our online module for will-not-carry Hazmat operators helps flight crews recognize hazardous materials and know what exceptions they are allowed to have onboard. The Hazmat training module focuses on common hazardous materials that passengers may bring onboard, such as medical oxygen, powered wheelchairs, ammunition, alcohol, dry ice, and personal electronic device batteries, and provides information on risks associated with allowing these items onboard and how to safely carry the items. We also include analysis of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) reports of Hazmat incidents with other business aircraft crews. The module complies with the training requirements of both the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR).

This module also includes information from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Safety Alert for Operators (SAFOs) 06008, 09013, 15003, 15010, 16001, 16004, 16011, and 16012; Information for Operators (InFO) 08030, 09006, 13005, and 13010; Advisory Circular (AC) 120-95a Portable Oxygen Concentrators; AC 121-38, Reporting Hazardous Materials Discrepancies to the FAA; AC 121-40 Dangerous Goods Transportation Operations; and AC 91-76, Hazard Associated with Sublimation of Solid Carbon Dioxide (Dry Ice) Aboard Aircraft.

 

After customization, this module satisfies your training program curriculum on Hazmat. We have organized the module to meet the training requirements outlined by the DOT Hazmat Training Reference Table, 49 CFR Parts 171 through 180, and 135 subpart K. We have both a will-carry and will-not-carry version for you to choose from.

We can add a module timer feature to this module to ensure your flight crews meet your minimum required curriculum time in your training program. We can also add your Hazmat manual or Hazmat section of your General Operations Manual (GOM) as a reference document to the module during the customization process.

Transportation of hazardous materials aboard a Part 91 business aircraft is subject to the Hazardous Material Regulations (HMR). This module creates awareness of the HMR applicable to a will not carry flight department.

This module complies with the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) training requirement for dangerous goods defined in Chapter 8 of IS-BAO. The standard is for flight crewmembers to complete the training during initial training and every two years thereafter.

  • General Philosophy
  • Limitations
  • Labeling and Marking
  • Recognition of Undeclared Hazardous Materials
  • Provisions for Passengers and Crew
  • Emergency Procedures

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