Audience Appropriate Training for All Staff

Airport Emergency Training

Employees at All Levels Need Essential Training. We Provide Consistent Training Available Anytime, Delivered Anywhere.

Who Is This Course For?

Employees and tenants who need training in the event of a safety or security emergency while working at the airport. 

What Will You Learn?

What to expect if an emergency happens at the airport, how to communicate with first responders, and what to do when help arrives.


What Is The Format?

Courses are customized to your Emergency Plan and site-specific video is used to create courses. Training is approximately 4 hours in length and can be delivered in multiple languages.

Why Take Our Emergency Airport Training Course?

  • Airports and ports are vital hubs, but emergencies can happen. Are your employees and tenants prepared for medical emergencies, bomb threats, or active shooters?
  • Ensure everyone knows their role in protecting themselves and the public during crises. Comprehensive emergency training is crucial for all employees and tenants to understand facility policies and procedures.
  • Our Interactive Learning System (iLS™) delivers training 24/7, accessible from any location. With a customized self-registration page, both badge holders and non-badge holders can immediately access training. Real-time analytics provide detailed reporting, including actual seat time.
  • Equip your team with the knowledge and skills to handle emergencies effectively.

The SSi All Employee Emergency Training (AEET) course curriculum includes:

Airport / Port Emergency Awareness

Active Threats Training

Guest Experience Training

Communicating with First Responders

What to do Until Help Arrives

Human Trafficking Awareness

Situational Awareness and Facility Emergency Plan Training

Airport Employee Emergency Response Training

This course provides an overview of actions and procedures used in the event of various types of emergencies. Personnel will learn how to survey their work area for evacuation routes and be able to recognize how first responders may act during incidents. They will also learn how to respond and react depending on the event, whether it is an active shooter situation, weather, or a facility emergency.

Est. Seat Time: 240 Minutes

Upon completion of this training, personnel will be able to recognize:

How historical events in aviation have impacted security regulations and practices at airports

Types of emergencies requiring evacuation, response or other specific actions

Evacuation procedures including emergency exits, evacuation routes, and Designated Areas of Rescue Assistance (DAR)

First responder needs that impact the victims and personnel affected

Other topics can be added by airports and facilities to match site-specific procedures

The command team that manages emergency evacuations