November 2012 SAS are pleased to announce the availability of training for persons required to Marshall aircraft on the RAMP

 

The first training will take place in the offices of Regional Air Services in Bucharest Romania.

 

The role of the Aircraft Marshaller is an important element of managing the aircraft or helicopter in the vicinity of the ramp. The aircraft Marshaller provides the essential visual link to assist the flight crew in positioning the aircraft correctly.

 

 

November 2012 SAS are pleased to announce the availability of training for persons required to Marshall aircraft on the RAMP

 

The first training will take place in the offices of Regional Air Services in Bucharest Romania.

 

The role of the Aircraft Marshaller is an important element of managing the aircraft or helicopter in the vicinity of the ramp. The aircraft Marshaller provides the essential visual link to assist the flight crew in positioning the aircraft correctly.

 

In addition to ensure that the possibility of accidental damage is mitigated with the use of best practice behaviour at all times.

 

The training includes all the essential elements to Marshall Aircraft in compliance with

ICAO & IATA Standards

 

– Basic Ramp Safety – Safety requirements and individual safety aids,

– Introduction to marshalling equipment, gloves, wands etc

– Aircraft hazard areas

– Technical inspection of equipment, F.O.D. check, aircraft arrival Inspection

– Presentation on marshalling techniques, risk assessment and local procedures

– Aircraft marshalling signals

– Vehicle marshalling (positioning a vehicle onto an aircraft stand from the taxiway in a standard “nose in” position)

– Vehicle marshalling (positioning a vehicle onto an aircraft stand from the taxiway into a non standard “nose out” position)

– Marshalling of an aircraft onto a stand in standard “nose in” position,

– Marshalling of an aircraft into a non standard “nose out” position

– Actions in the event of emergency

– Additional signalers

– Connection of ground power unit to the aircraft

– Communication with the aircraft crew

– Aircraft stopping guidance

– Engine numbering

 

For Details please see www.sassofia.com or email office@sassofia.com