Fuel Tank System Safety – 1 Day refresher and continuation training.
An important training course for those candidates who were first trained prior to 2008 and useful for other candidates who may have had training from internal company training schemes. This JAA course is founded on an in-depth understanding of the principles of the rule-making and is produced by personnel who have been engaged in the development of SFAR 88 rulemaking in the USA and Europe since its inception in the TWA 800 accident investigation.
Additional benefits if presented on-site using organization procedures and documents: course tailored to meet individual needs. May assist organizations to develop procedures as well as provide a useful independent measure of effectiveness of local procedures.
Up-date on Type Certificate Holder recommendations and Regulatory developments in the area of Fuel Tank System Safety. Latest recommendations as well as refresher training satisfying the Part 145 and Part M continuation training requirements.
Familiarise delegates with developments arising since the initial rule-making as well as reinforce the lessons learned. If presented using organization procedures on-site, will assist in development of procedures and provide independent assessment of effectiveness of local procedures.
Case studies available: recent incidents and evidence of continuing un-safe conditions in fuel tank system installations.
Please note that your invoice for this course will not be sent per postal mail. It will be sent to you by email only, to the email address which has been provided during registration. If you need a copy sent per postal mail, please send a request for this to the JAA TO Accounting Department at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Individuals engaged in the maintenance and airworthiness management of aircraft fuel tank systems and components. Aimed at supervisory/management level as well as persons required to carry out tasks.
Previous level 2 training on fuel tank system safety.
One day, starting at 9:00 and ending at approximately 17:00.