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These projects reflect what we do. Alone of as a joined effort with one of our Partners.



  • MFB Training College CraigieburnFinished in 2014 this facility is a state of the art emergency response facility. TrainID was invited by HAAGEN FTP  to start with the initial design and later training... + READ THIS  




    MFB Training College Craigieburn 2014


    The Craigieburn Training college is a project of the Melbourne  Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) and HAAGEN Fire Training Products. TrainID was invited to assist HAAGEN in determining the scope of projects as well as the objectives and requirements of the MFB in general. Based on those finding TrainID made the initial design sketches for the architect en HAAGEN to work on.


    Later TrainID was invited again to perform all train-the-trainer programs for utilizing the finished facility



    ARFF Training in San BernardinoIn 2014 TrainID organized a ARFF training for team-leaders. This course was developed to for emergency response leaders. Not only did we do training we visited BOEING plant  and LAX airports ... + READ THIS 


    Leadership training at SBRETC


    in 2014 TrainID organized an ARFF leadership training with SBRETC in San Bernardino CA USA. Part of the program was to visit a large airport (LAX Los Angeles) , the BOEING company (the manufacturer plant of the C17 Loadmaster (sorry no pictures)) and a visit to the aircrafts of the CA Wildland  Fire department. At SBRETC we focused on leadership and tactics but we also did some exercises that team leaders seldom do. Such as extrication, off road driving, rescue techniques and night training. In this class foam was used.

    Take a look at the photo's as they speak for themselves.


    If your organization is interested in a similar class, do not hesitate to use our contact form.



    TrainID now offers EASA support TrainID is now offering their 30 years of experience to all Airports that need support in getting ready for the new 2017 EASA regulations. Our specialist can help you with the assessments of current situation and with advice how to get ready for 2017. This is especially valid for the emergency response. (ARFF en safety training) + READ THIS 


    TrainID offers EASA support and audits

    September 2016,

    Formal audits by EASA Standard Befähigungsbeurteilungen nach EASA Standard

    On 31.12.2017 the transition period ends to ensure that EASA policies are implemented at European airports.


    EASA guidelines provide for the first time a mandatory structure and requirements for airportst within he European Union. These include the requirements for airport fire brigades or ARFF responders. Those requirements where previously been under national law and in accordance with the international ICAO requirements.


    New is the mandatory training program.  Of course this was also the case in the past (allthough these where guidelines for training of airport fire fighters), but the direct coercion and the mandatory nature to produce evidence of this training did not existed so far. In addition, the operational readiness of the individual fire fighters must be demonstrated by annual proficiency checks. For this the airport operator is now responsible. They may also make use of a service provider for training and for proficiency assessment. However, the training provider may not perform proficiency checks in accordance with the principle of neutrality.


    TrainID provides this to the required EASA proficiency checks throughout the EASA scope.

    Am 31.12.2017 endet die Übergangszeit in der sichergestellt werden muss, dass die EASA Richtlinien an europäischen Flughäfen angewendet werden. Die EASA Richtlinien geben zum ersten Mal für die Europäische Union verbindlich Struktur und Vorgaben für Flughäfen im Geltungsgebiet vor. Hierzu gehören auch die Vorgaben für die Flughafenfeuerwehren. Bisher wurden diese nach nationalem Recht und in Anlehnung an die internationalen ICAO Regeln aufgestellt und unterhalten.

    Neu ist das jährlich abzuarbeitende Schulungsprogramm. Es gab zwar auch in der Vergangenheit Vorgaben zur Ausbildung von Flughafenfeuerwehrangehörigen, aber der direkte Zwang und die Pflicht zum Nachweis fehlten bisher in dieser dann geltenden starken Ausprägung. Hinzu kommt, dass durch jährliche Befähigungsüberprüfungen die Einsatzbereitschaft des einzelnen Feuerwehrangehörigen nachgewiesen werden muss. Hier gilt, dass der Flughafenbetreiber verantwortlich ist. Er darf sich zur Schulung und zur Befähigungsbeurteilung natürlich auch eines Dienstleisters bedienen. Der Schulungsdurchführende darf jedoch entsprechend dem Neutralitätsprinzip nicht die Befähigungsüberprüfungen durchführen.


    TrainID bietet hierzu die geforderten EASA Befähigungsüberprüfungen im gesamten EASA Geltungsbereich an.




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