TAG Ground Courses Fire and Smoke

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Fire and Smoke

Fire and Smoke

Delivered by TAG Global Training, this training follows a syllabus in accordance with EASA. It covers the risks associated with Fire and Smoke and a range of practical exercises undertaken within a bespoke Business Aviation Training Rig to introduce
Crews to the reality of dealing with fire in an aircraft. Fire and Smoke training certification is valid for 3 years.

Course Duration: 3.5 Hours
Schedule: Wednesdays, 09.00 - 12.30

Classroom Theory

  • Prompt dealing with emergency involving fire and smoke
  • Importance of identifying source of fire
  • Importance of informing flight crew immediately
  • Specific actions necessary for co-ordination and assistance in fire/smoke
  • Checking of fire risk areas, toilets and smoke detectors
  • Classification of fires
  • Appropriate extinguisher and procedures for particular fire situations
  • Technique of application and consequence of misapplication
  • Use in a confined space
  • Practical Training in Fire Fighting
  • Practical training in the use of all fire fighting equipment representative of that carried on the aircraft
  • Practical donning and use of smoke protection equipment
  • Ground Based emergency services procedures

Practical in outdoor Fire Rig

  • Extinguish an actual fire characteristic  of an aircraft interior fire
  • Exercise the donning and use of PBE* in an enclosed smoke filled environment, emphasising actual source of fire and smoke

If applicable, the use of interphone communications and second crew member responsibilities discussed for candidate’s aircraft

* Relevant types of PBE include: Essex, Drager, Oxycrew, Air Liquide, Puritan Benett and Axox-Scott or goggles.