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An aircraft commander flies for an AOC holder operating complex motor-powered aircraft. In which part of the Operations Manual would he/she find his/her responsibilities with respect to the handling and reporting of Dangerous Goods accidents or incidents?
  • A
    Part C.
  • B
    Part B.
  • C
    Part D.
  • D
    Part A.

EASA AIR OPS
AMC3 ORO.MLR.100 Operations manual – general
CONTENTS — CAT OPERATIONS

(a) The OM should contain at least the following information, where applicable, as relevant for the area and type of operation:
A GENERAL/BASIC
9 DANGEROUS GOODS AND WEAPONS

9.1 Information, instructions and general guidance on the transport of dangerous goods, in accordance with Subpart G of Annex V (SPA.DG), including:

(a) operator’s policy on the transport of dangerous goods;
(b) guidance on the requirements for acceptance, labelling, handling, stowage and segregation of dangerous goods;
(c) special notification requirements in the event of an accident or occurrence when dangerous goods are being carried;
(d) procedures for responding to emergency situations involving dangerous goods;
(e) duties of all personnel involved; and

(f) instructions on the carriage of the operator’s personnel on cargo aircraft when dangerous goods are being carried.

9.2 The conditions under which weapons, munitions of war and sporting weapons may be carried.


Regulation (EU) 2018/1975
ORO.MLR.101 Operations manual – structure for commercial air transport

Except for operations with single-engined propeller-driven aeroplanes with an MOPSC of 5 or less or single-engined non-complex helicopters with an MOPSC of 5 or less, taking off and landing at the same aerodrome or operating site, under VFR by day, the main structure of the OM shall be as follows:

(a) Part A: General/Basic, comprising all non-type-related operational policies, instructions and procedures;
(b) Part B: Aircraft operating matters, comprising all type-related instructions and procedures, taking into account differences between types/classes, variants or individual aircraft used by the operator;
(c) Part C: Commercial air transport operations, comprising route/role/area and aerodrome/ operating site instructions and information;
(d) Part D: Training, comprising all training instructions for personnel required for a safe operation.

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