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• Understand the EU regulations relating to ACC3
• Understand the objectives and intent of the ACC3 EU Aviation Security checklist
• Use IATA’s pre-assessment tool kit to identify your current issues and level of compliance, and to prepare for the validation
• Evaluate lessons learned from trials conducted to date
• Apply suggested best practices
• Prioritize stations amongst your network that need to be independently validated
• Understand what will be included in the validation report submitted to a Member State
• Support an independent validator to facilitate the independent validation and the final report
• Understand the support IATA will provide to its member airlines related to the database of accredited regulated agents and known consignors.
• Organization and responsibilities of an ACC3 air carrier at the airport
• Air carrier security program requirements
• Recruitment and training of air carrier staff handling cargo
• Database of regulated agents, known consignors and account consignors
• Cargo acceptance procedures
• Cargo screening requirements
• Handling high risk cargo or mail
• Protection and security of air cargo
• Documentation requirements of air cargo security
• Compliance to air cargo security programs
• Interpretation of ACC3 Aviation Security Audit checklist items
• Participation of EU Aviation Security audits
• ACC3 carrier roles and responsibilities
• IATA developed, pre-assessment tool kit.
Objectifs de la formation
• Connaître l’environnement professionnel lié à la fonction
• Connaître les consignes de sécurité.
Contenu de la formation
• Les différents types de palettes (certifiées non certifiées). >> Connaître le matériel nécessaire à la constitution d’une palette avion
• Les techniques de constitution d’une palette avion
• Les gabarits en fonction des soutes avion
• Les consignes de sécurité relatives aux palettes avion
• Les vérifications avant départ de la palette.
Cargo Skills & Procedures
• Identify air cargo industry terms and expressions
• Understand specific country and carrier regulations and the use of IATA’s TACT manual
• Accept cargo consignment and utilize the procedures involved in handling special cargo
• Gain knowledge of the condition of carriage
• Complete an air waybill to IATA standards
• Apply basic rating principals
• Deliver consistent quality of service to customers
• Overview of air cargo industry regulations
• World geography and calculation of transportation times
• Aircraft structure, layout, limitation, and Unit Load Device (ULD) Handling facilities
• Procedures: booking, acceptance, shipment documentation, export/import documentation, delivery, tracing
• Special load overview: live animals, perishables, human remains, high value and dangerous goods
• Cargo documentation: air waybill, house air waybill, flight manifest, shipper’s letter of instruction
• Basic rating: general cargo rates, specific commodity rates and class rates
• Carrier’s liability and valuation
• Customer service skills.
Cargo Rating & Accounting Control
• Use the TACT Rules and Rates Manual
• Calculate charges collect fees, valuation charges, disbursement fees and liability
• Determine the chargeable weight and calculate accurately the freight charges at an intermediate level
• Assess the revenue entitlement of an air waybill or route sector in accordance with the rules of the Multilateral Prorate Agreement-Cargo
• Protect and maximize your cargo revenue.
• Cargo acceptance
• Airline liability and claims
• Valuation charges and charges collect fees
• Disbursement fees and cash on delivery
• Basic rating formula
• Actual, volume and chargeable weight
• General cargo rates, class rates and specific commodity rates
• Precedence of rating
• Interline sales, Multilateral Proration Agreements and Special Prorate Agreements
• Revenue protection.
• Meet compliance standards and master the use of IATA’s Live Animals Regulations manual
• Protect the safety and welfare of animals on the ground and in the air
• Review and discuss special routings and animal behaviours
• Identify and implement procedures to handle emergency situations
• Understand the container design principles for live animals.
• Proper use of IATA’s Live Animals Regulations manual
• Special routings and animal behaviour
• Completion of the Shipper’s Certification for Live Animals, the Notification to Captain (NOTOC) and CITES documentation
• Shippers and airlines responsibilities
• Classification and identification of live animals
• Packaging, documentation and marking requirements for live animal shipments
• Shipment of endangered species
• Load planning calculation
• Delay and emergency handling.
Shipping Perishable Cargo
Upon completing this course you will be able to:
• Improve time and temperature-sensitive cargo management with latest methods and techniques
• Explore the latest industry trends and types of perishables commodities transported by air
• Analyze global government controls and reduce your business exposure
• Reduce your business exposure through in-depth analysis of global government controls
• Identify new market opportunities and improve service to existing markets by studying transport standards and documentation
• Apply the current Shipping Perishable Cargo Guidelines Publication in conjunction with the Shipping Perishable Cargo
• How to use IATA’s Perishable Cargo Regulations manual
• Government and airline regulations
• Food safety and countries
• Carrier regulations
• Shipper’s and airline’s responsibilities
• Perishables fact and types
• Perishable classification
• Special perishable shipping procedures and consideration
• Time and management as well as air transport of cut flowers
• Packaging, documentation and labelling
• Acceptance and control
• Perishable handling procedures
• ULD and airport operations
• Damage, claims and tracking
• Air transport of cut flowers