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Offshore Fuel Installation Maintenance is to provide training to all personnel responsible in the upkeep and maintenance of offshore fuel installation. Offshore Fuel Installation Maintenance Training is designed to ensure that responsible personnel are aware of the importance of their role in Flight Safety point of view.
Participants in the Offshore Fuel Installation Maintenance training will be exposed on how important to ensure the quality of fuel supplied to a helicopter. Contaminated fuel can lead to fuel related engine problem such as fuel filter clogging and to the worst situation engine failure.
Best quality fuel will only be achieved with well maintained fuel installation, well maintained fuel installation can only be achieved by having well trained and competent maintenance crew,
In the Offshore Fuel Installation Maintenance Training, participants will be exposed on standard procedures from the time bulk fuel are received from the supplier, on how to conduct daily maintenance of the fuel system, testing of fuel system, fuel testing and record keeping.
The Offshore Fuel Installation Maintenance Training is designed to follow the CAP 437 , relevant local authority requirement such as Airport Standard Directive (ASD) 904 and fuel supply equipment manufacturer recommended maintenance schedules.
Offshore Fuel Installation Maintenance training is scheduled for one day training.
The Offshore Fuel Installation Maintenance Training is designed for all personnel who are responsible to maintain the offshore fuel installations.
Helicopter Landing Officers, Helideck Assistants and any other personnel nominated as Helideck Refueling Team are also encourage to attend as the Offshore Fuel Installation Maintenance training will exposed them on system maintenance and fuel quality control.
All trainers are either License Aircraft Maintenance Engineers or Helicopter Technicians who has a very wide experience in Aviation Fuel Installation Maintenance inspection and aviation fuel quality control.
As additional qualification, these trainers must have attended Offshore Fuel Installation Maintenance Inspection / Audit organised by any recognized training provider.