COVID-19 Business Recovery: Waste and Air Quality Management
Welcome to the Aviation Operations During COVID-19 Business Restart and Recovery Waste Management course.
While no current scientific evidence proves that waste is a vector of COVID-19 transmission, efficiently managing waste may minimize the spread of COVID-19 across the lifecycle, stakeholders and touchpoints of waste management.
This course will examine the measures airport operators can take to effectively manage waste to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
On completion of this course you will be able to:
Describe the steps for a risk-based approach to managing contaminated waste.
Outline the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) recommendations for the handling and disposing of international waste.
Explain the recommended steps for handling contaminated terminal waste.
Explain the recommended steps for handling recyclable material.
Describe the recommended approach to disposing of single-use items.
Describe the recommended approach to disposing of landfill waste.
Outline the effect the pandemic may have had on waste services and reduction targets.
Describe the recommended engagement and communications approach to the handling of waste in a post-COVID-19 environment.
Who Should Enrol?
All airport personnel and service providers involved in cleaning and waste services across the airport.
Airport personnel responsible for planning the re-start and recovery of operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airport Managers, Supervisors or Personnel with operations responsibilities.
The Aviation Operations During COVID-19 Business Restart and Recovery Waste Management course includes the following topics:
Deplaned Domestic/International Waste Management
Building Waste Management (terminal, airline, tenant & cargo)
Waste Services and Reduction Targets
Engagement and Communications
This course includes an integrated online assessment.
Candidates must successfully complete the assessment to receive a Certificate of Completion.