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Safety 1st News NATA Updates Safety 1st De/Anti-icing Online Module t’s never too early to prepare for the deicing season. Whether you are an FBO that performs de/anti-icing or the flight crew responsible for its safe completion, you’ll want to ensure your employees have the latest and best training possible. NATA’s Safety 1st Deicing / Anti-icing Module is available online with current best practices and the most up-to-date training available. And even better, training can be done from the comfort of your own facility. Recently several commercial operators and the Ascent Aviation Group helped upgrade the content. One operator commented, “Our Chief Pilot, me and a maintenance supervisor reviewed the training module. Very good training module. There were comments, that they were pleased that the training repeatedly showed where not to spray fluid, and a good comment that de-icing the tail first was very important and does need to be communicated. They were happy to see that. Also the ability to look up the actual current FAA published holdover times was viewed as significantly important.” NATA’s Safety 1st Deicing / Anti-icing training has been updated for the new deicing season and is available 24/7 online with student access given for six months to complete less than two hours of training. Once completed, students will receive a Certificate of Training for their training records. Pricing of the online module includes volume discounts; the more staff you train, the more discount you receive. Included in the training are de/anti-icing best practices and procedures, vivid videos and photos to help shape understanding, resources (such as current Federal Aviation Administration holdover tables), quizzes to reinforce major concepts and a final exam to ensure comprehension — all combined in a thorough online package for consistent training of the de-icing crew and flight crews. I What’s covered in the online training? ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ Deicing / Anti-Icing Introduction discusses crucial reasons for deicing and the affect icing has on aircraft Deicing & Anti-Icing Fluids covers the different types of fluids, their characteristics and their primary usage Deicing and Anti-icing Safety discusses procedures for the safe operation of your deicing equipment and personal protective equipment requirements for the safety of service specialists Deicing Procedures covers techniques to effectively deice aircraft and best practices to ensure safe deicing on general aviation aircraft Anti-icing Fluid Application: stresses what to do and what not to do when applying anti-icing fluids Final Preparations for Departure discusses your responsibilities and flight crew expectations after de/ anti-icing and prior to aircraft departure Don’t let Old Man Winter arrive before your crews are prepared. Check out more information online at http://nata.aero/plst/deicing_curriculum.html. 54 Aviation Business Journal | 3rd Quarter 2011 http://www.nata.aero/plst/deicing_curriculum.html

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