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CHF 680.00

Fuel Tank Safety (Phases 1 and 2)

Fuel Tank Safety (Phases 1 and 2)

1 day
Berne
28.10.2020

Date / Location:
28.10.2020 - Berne
Duration:
1 day
Status:
In-house Q.C.M. or on request
Target Group:

Part-145
Personnel carrying out maintenance tasks on aircraft or components classified as Fuel Tank Safety items, support staff and certifying staff, staff involved in developing procedures, Management, Quality Personnel and Auditors, personnel in charge of stores

Part-M
Personnel required by M.A.706 and M.A 707 such as Nominated Person Continuing Airworthiness, Continuing Airworthiness Staff of the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation, Airworthiness Review Staff, Quality Personnel and Auditors.

Competent Authority Members

Pre-requisites:
None
Exam:
Certificate:
Objectives of the course:

Upon completion of the training, the attendants shall:

  • Be aware of the history, the theoretical and practical elements of the subject, such as but not limited to accidents investigation and their conclusions involving fuel tank safety.
  • Have thorough knowledge as to how the above items affect the aircraft in the scope of the activity of the organization or in the fleet.
  • Be able to define fuel characteristics and know how to reduce the risk of a fuel tank explosion.
  • Be familiar with the basic elements of the fuel tank safety issues.
  • Be able to give a detailed description of the concept of Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations CDCCL, Airworthiness Limitations Items (ALI) and using theoretical fundamentals and specific examples.
  • Have the capacity to combine and apply the separate elements of knowledge in a logical and comprehensive manner.
  • Update on the fuel tank flammability reduction system.
Key Topics of the course:
  • The course is designed to satisfy the Phases 1 and 2 training requirements of ED Decisions 2009/ 006R and 2009/ 007R
  • History on Fuel Tank incidents
  • Description of theoretical and practical background of elements involved, which led to these incidents
  • Overview of Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) 88 of the FAA, JAA TGL 47 and of EASA Decisions 2009/ 006R-/ 007R-/ 008R
  • Detailed description of the concept of the Fuel Tank Safety Limitation and Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations
  • Detailed description of the “On Board Inert Gas Generating System” (OBBIGS)  -Nitrogen Generating System
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