Standards-29 CFR 1910 is the OSH standard for General Industry, including aviation, regulating health and safety guidelines performed in the aviation industry as a whole. Although the OSH Act does not apply to flight deck crew on an aircraft in operation, it does apply on all their duties leading up to the cockpit door including loading bags and walking through the hangar. OSH standards compliance is an integral component of a Safety Management System (SMS). The module is responsive to the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) training requirement for "complying with all national and local occupational health and safety laws and requirements" defined in Chapter 9 of IS-BAO. The Business Aviation Safety Consortium (BASC) standard requires training to comply with State occupational safety and health regulations.
The combined 3 eLearning modules; Occupational Safety and Health – Ramp, Hangar, and Powered Vehicle can be used for 3 hours of credit towards IA Renewal. FAA Course Acceptance Number: C-IND-IM-171024-K-010-001.