Aviation Parts Handling Cost & Risk Management
6-Week Instructor-Led Online Course Starting 10 October 2017
In-house Presentation and Blended Learning Options for Organizations
Success in this competitive aviation industry, requires the implementation of many processes. One of those processes is Aircraft Parts, Appliances and Components Handling, Transportation and Storage.
Led by Pat Duggins, Senior Aviation Consultant
Pat Duggins’ career in the aviation industry spans 37 years and includes work in turbine power plant, aircraft overhaul and component repair and overhaul. He has performed risk assessment for the insurance industry and both corporate and business aircraft owners have utilized his talents. In addition, the US Department of Justice, Department of Transportation and the US Coast Guard have benefited from Pat’s assistance. He has received many awards from the Federal Aviation Administration while maintaining a staff position with the Transportation Safety Institute. He is a graduate of Embry Riddle Aeronautical University with a Bachelor of Professional Aeronautics. Additionally, he is a current member in good standing with the NAAA and holds the title of Senior Certified Aircraft Appraiser (NSCA) endorsed by the USPAP. Pat is also a Registered Safety Professional and member in good standing of the International Society of Safety Professionals (ISSP). He has been a keynote speaker for Aviation Safety Conferences throughout the industry. He is certified by the National Aircraft Appraisers Association for aircraft appraisals. The Federal Aviation Administration has certified him to be an Airframe and Power plant mechanic. He is also a proud member of the Cherokee Nation.
Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Attend This Unique Course.
- Get up to 2 hours of Personal Instructor feedback / interaction over 6 weeks
- Online, In-house and Blended Learning Delivery Options
- Proven course with High Ratings from past participants
- Gain Hard Copy Certificate of Completion by Courier
- Weekly Activities, Q&A Forums and Exercises for Maximum Retention of Knowledge
Passenger, Freight, Business and General aircraft operations require the support of airworthy parts, appliances and components despite the aircraft size or fleet population being operated. Regardless of its condition (Airworthy, Scrap, Unairworthy, Repairable), each of them requires different handling, transportation and storage. This course will allow you to discover the impact of Aircraft Materials Handling, Transportation and Storage regarding airworthiness and how the process works.
Week 1: Presentation
Presentation 1 – Part Pedigree
- FAR/EASA Regulations
Who needs the documents?
- Transportation Personnel
- Warehouse Personnel
- Stockroom Personnel
- Shipping Personnel
- Receiving Personnel
Part Handling / Storage
What produces Un-airworthy Parts
What produces Un-airworthy Parts
Week 2: Presentation
Presentation 2 – Parts Handling Goals
- Proper Packaging for transportation/shipping
- HAZMAT Knowledge
- Protection from Environment
- Proper Storage
- Proper Handling
Regulatory and Contractual Requirements
- Maintenance Facility
- Maintenance Facility Providing Service to other Operators
- Federal Acquisition Regulations
- Vendor Contracts
Certificate of Conformance
Standards for Stocking & Handling Aviation Parts
What is my Role?
Week 3: Presentation
Presentation 3 – Formal Policy
What are the Benefits?
What are the Negatives?
General Policy Content
- Identification of who is responsible
- Violation reporting
- Awareness of special protection
- Alertness that all aviation parts (serviceable, unserviceable or scrap must be handed the same)
- Notice of handling fixtures requirements
- Caution of personnel hazards (belt buckles, rings, buttons, watchbands or other items contacting aviation parts)
Week 4: Exercises
- Prepare an outline for a formal company policy for Aviation Material Handling and Transportation for the following Aviation Maintenance Repair Organization.
- Instructor to provide 3 to 5 slides about the capabilities, organization structure and physical layout of the facility.
- Participants have to provide an outline for review..
Week 5: Exercises
Case Study – ValuJet Flight 592 Accident
- Examination of 1 part “Oxygen Generator”
- Company policy
- Contract Requirements
- HAZMAT Handling
Week 6: Exercises
Presentation 4 – Your Role
- Quality Assurance
- Supply Personnel
Group Discounts and Early Bird Discounts are Available!