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Supervisor Online Modules, and Topics

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NATA's Safety 1st Supervisor Module is comprised of 8 modules, which when completed, will fulfill the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) 139.321 supervisory requirements. The employee's certificates will meet both the 14 CFR Part 139 Section 321 (e)1 supervisor fire safety training requirements and the Line Service Supervisor training.

Module 1 - Line Service Supervision & Training Management

  • Supervise Team Logistics
  • Training, Trainers, and Supervisors
  • Classroom Training
  • Practical Instruction
  • Training Paperwork
  • Industry Resources
  • Examination - Supervision & Training Management

Module 2 - General Fuel Servicing
  • Fuel Products and Additives
  • Aircraft Types
  • Refueling Methods and Equipment
  • General Refueling Practices
  • The Refueling Process and Details
  • Examination - General Fuel Servicing

Module 3 - Fuel Farm Management

  • Introduction to Fuel Farm Management
  • Routine Fuel Farm Management
  • Advanced Management of Fuel Farms
  • Management of Refuelers
  • Examination - Fuel Farm Management Procedures

Module 4 - Refueler Safety
  • Misfueling Overview and Refueler Safety
  • Aircraft Engines and Fuel Requirements
  • Misfueling Prevention and Other Refueling Hazards
  • Safe Operation of Mobile Refuelers
  • Examination - Refueler Safety

Module 5 - Personal Protective Equipment
  • Understand why Personal Protective Equipment is important
  • Know the different types of Personal Protective Equipment
  • Learn how to assess the need for Personal Protective Equipment
  • Discover how to wear, remove, and maintain Personal Protective Equipment
  • Examination - Personal Protective Equipment

Module 6 - Hazard Communication
  • Be aware that you are exposed to hazardous chemicals in the workplace
  • Understand the risks of exposure to the chemicals in your workplace as well as the ways to protect yourself
  • Know how to read and use labels and material safety data sheets
  • Determine how this information can be obtained and used in your workplace
  • Know the importance of following your employer's established protective measures
  • Examination - Hazardous Communication

Module 7 - Fire Prevention and Evacuation
  • Identify fire hazards in the workplace
  • Explain the importance of keeping exits unlocked and clear of obstructions
  • Explain the importance of knowing the location of exits, alarm pulls, and fire extinguishers
  • List actions to take in the event of a fire
  • Identify considerations before attempting to fight a fire
  • Examination - Fire Prevention and Evacuation

Module 8 - Fire Safety
  • Introduction to Fire Safety
  • Recognizing Fires and Extinguishing Agents
  • Fighting Fires
  • Minimizing Fire Risk
  • Examination - Fire Safety

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