Wildlife Strikes Cost Industry Estimated 1.3 Billion Dollars

September 2017

It is estimated that the cost of wildlife strikes globally is about 1.3 billion dollars. 

Most wildlife strikes occur on and in the vicinity of airports, where aircraft fly at lower elevations.  Therefore, it is critical to have a team of highly trained airport personnel to prevent and mitigate the risk of wildlife strikes at your airport.

Our Wildlife Hazard Management course is based on current wildlife hazard management research and airport industry best practices. Through this course airport personnel will gain a comprehensive understanding of the topic and acquire the skills needed to implement your airport’s Wildlife Hazard Management plan as well as understand wildlife control measures and intervention techniques.

The Course is made up of the following sections:

Section 1 - Introduction
Section 2 - What is Wildlife Management?
Section 3 - Roles and Responsibilities
Section 4 - Wildlife Hazard Risk Assessment & Management Plan
Section 5 - Operational Practices
Section 6 - Training
Section 7 - Program Evaluation
Section 8 - Habitat Management
Section 9 - Wildlife Intervention Techniques
Section 10 - Assessment

Price: US $95.00
Duration: 2 Hours

For more information on this course visit our website at www.olc.aero or contact enrolments@olc.aero