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Aviation movement specialist



K1: The range of specialist vehicles and equipment and how they are used in airside movements. Back to Duty

K2: Techniques to monitor compliance with relevant health and safety and environmental legislation. Back to Duty

K3: Principles for moving different types of aircraft. Back to Duty

K4: Requirements for maintaining aviation security in own area of authority and action to take in the event of a breach of security. Back to Duty

K5: Aviation and other applicable legislation, procedures and regulations relating to an aviation environment, and monitoring procedures within own area of responsibility. Back to Duty

K6: Communication methods and techniques applicable to different audiences. Back to Duty

K7: Roles within the team and how these works together to achieve the organisation’s objectives. Back to Duty

K8: Principles of equality, diversity and inclusivity in the workplace. Back to Duty

K9: Procedures for preparing and operating the aviation systems used for moving aircraft, within own role. Back to Duty

K10: Aviation system faults and errors and what remedial action to take. Back to Duty

K11: Procedures to follow in an emergency, within own area of responsibility. Back to Duty

K12: Range of potential aviation incidents and disruption that may occur and the appropriate action to take in accordance with standard operating procedures. Back to Duty

K13: Types of dangerous goods relevant to a range of aviation operations and the procedures for management. Back to Duty

K14: Timelines for aviation operations performance and consequences of not meeting them. Back to Duty

K15: The methods for matching the planned airside movement with the team roles, including briefing on the equipment/vehicles to be used, and incident/emergency responses. Back to Duty

K16: The requirements and responsibilities of self and team members in checking specialised equipment prior to use, ensuring safe operation and correct storage after use. Back to Duty

K17: Procedures for preparing the area and required equipment prior to marshalling of aircraft and /or vehicles. Back to Duty

K18: Techniques for identifying relevant ensuring compliance with the rules and regulations for aircraft, vehicles and personnel operating airside. Back to Duty

K19: Marshalling procedures, including the correct monitoring of operation of marshalling equipment and team members. Back to Duty


S1: Selects vehicle(s) and equipment applicable to the aircraft and the type of aviation movement. Back to Duty

S2: Coordinate the airside team to perform the planned aviation movement. Back to Duty

S3: Monitor area of responsibility to comply with applicable legislation and organisational procedures, addressing and / or reporting hazards. Back to Duty

S4: Identify and respond to security risks in own area of operations e.g. challenging people in restricted areas, recording and /or reporting of security incidents. Back to Duty

S5: Adapt communication methods and language to meet the situation. Back to Duty

S6: Manage own and team’s workload to meet performance objectives. Back to Duty

S7: Prepare and use aviation systems to move aircraft, including taking remedial action upon identification of faults or errors. Back to Duty

S8: Monitor area of responsibility and take appropriate action to reduce the impact of emergencies, incidents or disruption. Back to Duty

S9: Monitor team members preparing to use a vehicle airside. Back to Duty

S10: Ensure vehicle operations comply with aviation standard operating procedures. Back to Duty

S11: Implement the correct procedures in the event of incidents or emergencies with an airside vehicle. Back to Duty

S12: Monitor and supervise team members carrying out daily safety inspections and secure storage of specialist equipment. Back to Duty

S13: Monitor the team to ensure correct preparation of the airside environment for marshalling of aircraft and or vehicle(s). Back to Duty

S14: Monitor marshalling of aircraft and or vehicles in accordance with organisation’s standard operating procedures. Back to Duty

S15: Ensure the rules and regulations for aircraft, vehicles and team members operating airside are adhered to in accordance with airport safety requirements. Back to Duty

S16: Identify and report compliance risks in line with organisational procedures. Back to Duty

S17: Handle dangerous goods correctly. Back to Duty


B1: Embeds and promotes the organisations values. Back to Duty

B2: Treat people with courtesy and respect. Back to Duty

B3: Accountable for own actions and those of the immediate team. Back to Duty

B4: Reliable and pro-actively challenges poor practice. Back to Duty

B5: Sources solutions and seeks to continuously improve and develop. Back to Duty

B6: Puts safety first for themselves and others. Back to Duty

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