This unit covers the competency required to work as a member of a non-specialist team under supervision when responding to an aviation incident.
The course looks at the following:
- Apply aviation strategy, tactics and techniques
- Identify hazards in aircraft
- Identify toxic environments
- Aircraft construction
- Aircraft emergency procedures
- Aircraft hazards
- Airport operating procedures
- Fireground strategies and tactics for aircraft incident
Successful completion of the assessment requirements, will provide participants with a statement of attainment issued by SETS (RTO Code 52334) for PUAFIR305B Respond to aviation incidents (general).
This course can be conducted at IFAP’s North Lake (WA) training facility or at any facility that has a suitable classroom and training area.
There is a maximum number of 12 participants per program.
PUAFIR218 Respond to isolated structure fire or PUAFIR203B Respond to urban fire.