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-An intensive course specially designed
for professionals in the aviation fuel
handling business to learn about the
latest
industry
standards
and
recommended practices;
-What the industry is doing to enhance
quality and safety standards at airports
worldwide?
-Insights from incidents involving fuel
contamination problems and impact on
operations and safety
Aviation Fuel Standards & Quality
Surveillance Course
Athens International Airport
Greece
4-7 Nov 2014
DAY 1
DAY 2
1. Aviation Operations – Objectives
2. Fuel manufacturing, Specifications, Quality
Assurance, Lab tests (EI/JIG 1530)
3. Fixed Equipment – Design and Operations
(EI/JIG 1530, EI 1540 and EI 1560)
4. Filtration basics (EI 1550, EI 1581, EI 1583,
EI 1590)
5. Visit Tank Farm Facilities: (JIG 2)
6. Filter Water Separator – Internal Inspection
7. Inlet and Outlet Filtration
i. Sampling and QC
ii. DP Measurements
8. Tanks and Systems
i. Sampling and QC
9. Tank Farm visit (Continued with tank’s
equipment, pumps controls, etc)
10. Records (Theory)
11. Records – Audit (Tank Farm and Hydrant)
1. Contamination Sources and
a. Fuel
quality
incidents/investigation,
including Microbiological Growth (MBG)
detection kits (FUEL STAT, HY-LiTE and
MM2)
2. Contamination Detection Methods
3. Product Receipt – Theory, Road Tank Trucks
(JIG 2)
4. Product Receipt – Theory, Pipeline (JIG 2)
5. Tank Release – Theory (JIG 2)
6. Product Receipt – Practice, Truck and Pipeline,
a. Including Density, Temperature,
Conductivity measurements and Millipore
test
7. Static Electricity (including video)
8. Hoses theory and inspections / Tests (JIG 1
& JIG 2)
9. Mobile Equipment Design (JIG 1)
DAY 4
DAY 3
1. Refinery visit (EI/JIG 1530)
2. Manufacturing/process
3. Laboratory visit, testing devices, ASTM
specifications, limits, traceability
4. Fuel storage and transfer to other locations
5. Records
1. Practical Apron Tests in Into-Plane Refuelling
(Refueller, Dispenser, underwing, overwing)
(JIG 1)
2. Health, Safety and the Environment
3. Final Evaluation Test
4. Award of Certificates
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
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Aviation fuel Managers and Supervisors
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Quality Control Managers
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Tank farm fuelling operatives
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Aviation fuel hydrant operatives
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Into-plane Service Providers
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Airline Fuel auditors
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Military personnel involved in aviation fuel
handling
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Associations such as UN, ICAO , Civil
Aviation Authorities, ACI
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Refinery Managers and Operations
Personnel involved in Aviation Fuel
Aviation Fuel Solutions Inc.
267, Pine Valley Drive
London
Canada N6J 4T1
www.aviationfuelsolutions.ca
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OFC
AVIATION FUEL SOLUTIONS INC.
EXPERTISE YOU CAN TRUST
Ravin J Appadoo, BSc Mech. Eng., MBA, PhD. – Program Manager
Ravin Appadoo is a Consultant at IATA on aviation fuel matters. He is the President of Aviation Fuel Solutions
International A.F.S.I., a consultancy company incorporated in Canada since 2007. Ravin is a seasoned aviation
professional with over 20 years of experience in the industry. As an Aviation Fuel Consultant, his work involves
conducting research, feasibility studies, market analysis, training and audit work for airlines, airports, oil companies and
such organizations like IATA, the UN and ICAO
Until 2005, Ravin Appadoo was Assistant Director Fuel Services at IATA, working from the Montreal Office, where he
was the focal point for all technical fuel work of the commercial airline industry. He also led the work of important
industry Groups including serving as Secretary to the Aviation Fuel Working Group and Administrator of the IATA Fuel
Quality Pool. Ravin runs several Fuel Management courses for IATA. Ravin is also an Aviation Fuel Safety expert for
ICAO responsible for the design review of new airport fuel infrastructure worldwide
Technical, Commercial
and Operations
Consultancy
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Feasibility Studies
Business Planning
Design Reviews
Operations Set-up
Operations Procedures
Fuel Manuals
Technical Service
Agreements
Training & Certification
Operational Audits
Training solutions for
your business needs
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John Pitts - Course Instructor
MBA, BSc (Hons) Mechanical Engineering
C.Eng, MIMechE, EUR ING, M.Inst.Pet (Energy
Institute)
Kyriakos Gennadis - Course Instructor
Mechanical Engineer, MSc, MEI, with 24 years’
experience in the Oil Industry in Operations,
Design/Engineering, HSSE, International JIG
Inspections.
Leading the OFC Training to 3rd Parties in all
aspects of aviation fuelling, including cooperation
with IATA (IFQP) for Training to Airfield Fuel
Inspectors and with JIG Training to inspect to JIG
Standards, both hosted by OFC.
OFC Aviation Fuel Services SA is an aviation
fuelling company specialised, inter alia, in providing
consultation services in all aspects of aviation fuel
facilities’ operations, including design and
engineering, construction and commissioning,
automation systems, product testing and quality
control, training and certification of fuel operatives,
audit and inspection of aviation fuel facilities,
personnel evaluation operating and maintenance
manuals development, HSSE management systems
development, aviation fuel service fees’
benchmarking, and aviation fuel liability and risk
management in terms of insurance coverage.
28 years’ in the downstream oil
industry, including pipeline and
facilities engineering/operation
and 26 years in the Aviation Fuel
sector.
General Manager 1996–99 of the oil
company/airline joint venture at the
new Hong Kong International Airport;
responsible for delivering the US$ 250
million new jet fuel
infrastructure (construction, finance,
set-up and operation).
Considerable experience in Facility
Management, Facility Operation,
Engineering, Project Management,
Construction Management.
Aviation Fuel Solutions Inc.
267, Pine Valley Drive
London
Canada N6J 4T1
www.aviationfuelsolutions.ca
For Registration
Contact: Ravin Appadoo
267, Pine Valley Drive
London, Ontario
Canada N6J 4T1
Tel: +1 519 668 2690
e-mail: [email protected]