This unit of competency covers the skills and knowledge required to exit a helicopter under abnormal conditions at sea and applies to personnel who are required to undertake pre-flight preparation, escape from an inverted and/or submerged helicopter, don and successfully employ a life jacket, deploy safety and emergency equipment, deploy life rafts and help other survivors.
There are no pre-requisites for this unit however licensing, 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 and relevant Australian Standards. 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 or those regularly travel by helicopters wishing to fulfil self-development, safety performance and regulatory compliance requirements.
The completion timeframe for this unit is 1 day.
Durations may vary between new learners and those who have previous unit attainment or experience.