Container Inspection in 60 seconds video released for global distribution
Airport College International and ULD CARE have launched a new video for the air cargo industry, Container Inspection in 60 seconds.
This video is the first one created jointly with Airport College International, ULD CARE and Finnair Cargo. The video is available on Youtube.
“This is the first video of the series of videos for ULD inspection, and we want to provide it to the industry for free,” says Airport College International CEO Pertti Mero. “Aviation safety regulations require every ULD to be inspected before use and this video reminds what needs to be checked before loading cargo, mail or baggage into a container.”
“It does not take too long to inspect a container” is our message to operational staff when preparing ULDs to the flight,” says ULD CARE Vice President Bob Rogers. “For this reason ULD CARE and Airport College International, in association with Finnair Cargo, have created this easy to access, simple video.”
Just like any other aircraft component, Unit Load Devices (ULD’s) are regulated to ensure flight safety under all circumstances
These rules are defined by governing bodies such as ICAO and IATA and put into national legislation by each national Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
All operational personnel must be trained
ULD operations training must be provided to all persons involved in ULD operations, regardless of their being employed by the carrier or a non-airline organization such as ground service providers, freight forwarders or shippers/consignees, ground transportation service providers (e.g. trucking companies) or ULD leasing/rental service providers.
We can help you in training
We at AirportCollege.com can help airlines, ground handling agents and logistic companies to meet trainings standards in ULD handling with our cost effective ULD Handling e-Learning course and videos.
We know what it takes to provide required training, just contact us to hear how we will provide training for you.
Pertti Mero firstname.lastname@example.org