Internationally experienced in wildlife hazard and bird risk management training
Use appropriate and proportionate solutions
The key to successful wildlife hazard and bird risk management is through understanding of species, roles & responsibilities, good data collection, smart communications and good practice.
Every airfield and property site is different
Maximised risk reduction is only achieved through thorough knowledge of a site and its habitat with well-managed wildlife and bird control.
Real benefits from good training in wildlife hazard and bird risk management
Investment in sufficient financial and human resources, including initial and on-going training will support proper implementation of a robust wildlife hazard and bird risk plan.
- Properties will be free from roosting birds, nests and guano
- Airports will have minimised bird strikes
- Improved cost efficiencies and reduced unforeseen demands on budgets
- Well-functioning wildlife hazard and facilities management teams
- Statutory and regulatory compliance
All trainers have wildlife hazard or bird risk management operational experience and are qualified to train.
Practical courses for all in the aviation sector and built environment
- Wildlife hazard and bird risk management staff
- Management teams
Modules covered include the following:
- Standards and recommended practices (SARPs)
- Aims and purposes of wildlife and bird control
- Wildlife and bird control operations
- Techniques and equipment (lethal and passive)
- Record keeping
- Bird biology and recognition
- Habitat management
- Health & safety
Additional modules can be provided in the following:
- Fire arms awareness
- Signal pistols
Wildlife and bird risk awareness workshops
Safeguarding aircraft against wildlife and bird strikes is supported through the prompt collation of good quality data from within an airport and across the surrounding 13km.
Awareness workshops and toolbox talks can be provided for:
- Airport operations staff
- Airport fire crews
- Airport grounds maintenance teams
- Airport property maintenance teams
- Air traffic control (ATC)
- Airport building custodians
- Airlines and pilots
Also for 13km stakeholders
Knowing how they can play their part in contributing to the reduction in risk to aircraft.
- Property managers