This unit involves the skills and knowledge required to exit an aircraft during underwater escape situations, including making appropriate survival decisions and working with others.
Work involves the application of safety and escape policies, regulations, protocols and procedures required to safely escape an aircraft underwater and survive in a marine environment.
There are no pre-requisites for this unit however llicensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements are applicable to this unit. Applicable regulations and legislation may include: relevant Civil Aviation Safety Regulations and national operating standards, relevant state/territory OH&S legislation, relevant state/territory, environmental protection legislation, relevant Australian Standards. In a Defence context relevant Defence Orders and Instructions. Individual applicants will be advised further upon application.
Those with relevant experience or interest from within a variety of operational contexts in the Australian aviation industry wishing to further self-development, safety performance and regulatory compliance requirements
The completion time frame for this unit is 1 day.
Durations may vary between new learners and those who have previous unit attainment or experience.