Welcome to the Aviation Operations During COVID-19 Business Restart and Recovery Health course.
The responsibility for managing the risk of communicable diseases at airports rests primarily with the local, regional and national public health authorities. However, all stakeholders, including airport operators and aircraft operators, need to collaborate and play a role for the safety of passengers and staff members.
This course will outline the steps airports should take to minimize the spread of communicable diseases and viruses.
On completion of this course you will be able to:
Describe cleaning methods and measures that reduce the potential for spreading viruses.
Outline strategies for minimizing the spread of viruses within crowds.
Describe physical distancing measures that minimize the potential for spreading viruses.
Describe the health screening and monitoring measures that should be implemented in airports.
Understand how health measures will change once the airport enters recovery phase.
Who Should Enrol?
All airport operations and maintenance personnel responsible for the health and cleanliness of airport facilities.
Airport personnel responsible for planning the re-start and recovery of operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Aviation Operations During COVID-19 Business Restart and Recovery Health course includes the following topics:
Measures to Implement Health Screening or Monitoring at Airports
Health Screening Locations in Airports
Health During Airport Recovery Phase
This course includes an integrated online assessment.
Candidates must successfully complete the assessment to receive a Certificate of Completion.