Training: SGS1 - Safety Management System

Raising awareness of an aerodrome's safety management system

Discover the OpsForm Safety Management training course (level 1) on this page. You'll learn how to raise staff awareness of the safety management system put in place by an aerodrome operator concerning facilities, services, equipment, operating procedures, organization and management of an aerodrome.

Safety Management System: the challenges

Aerodrome safety management is based on article R211-10 of the French Civil Aviation Code, which enables all operational staff to ensure the highest priority in safety matters by :

  • A structured and organized set of resources,
  • Procedures and processes to reduce the risk to airfield facilities, services and equipment.
  • Operating procedures that help reduce the risk of aircraft accidents or their aggravating consequences.

A former airport operations manager, the trainer will share his experience with you. He will teach you everything you need to know to carry out your job professionally, safely , rigorously and in compliance with procedures.


The policy of the OpsForm training center is to keep abreast of aeronautical regulations, geopolitics and recent events on a daily basis.

Our training at a glance

Safety Management System training is an individual or group training offer. It can be customized and adapted to suit individual schedules, either on a distance (D), face-to-face (P) or in-company (E) basis.

Practical information

  • Duration: 3 h
  • Location: Site Aérocampus Aquitaine 1 route de Cénac 33360 Latresne

  • Training dates - Presential (P) / Distance learning (D ) / Enterprise (E): please contact us

  • Registration deadline: please contact us
  • Cost: consult us

For whom?

  • Aerodrome operator

  • Traffic agent
  • Station agent

  • Reservation agent

  • Security agent

  • Security agent

  • Airline companies

  • General public


  • The aim is to raise staff awareness of the safety management system implemented by an aerodrome operator.
  • This concerns the facilities, services, equipment, operating procedures, organization and management of an aerodrome.


  • Be of age
  • Distance learning: computer and Internet connection required

Training program :

Safety management system

This training has been designed to be operational within an airline, an airport hub, an aerodrome or an assistance company.

Educational section

The course is divided into a number of distinct modules designed to provide an in-depth understanding of each facet of the Safety Management System.


Assessment is based on an in-class or distance learning quiz. Learners must obtain 80% correct answers according to AHM 1110 to validate certification .

The benefits of this program

Financing solutions

A wide range of financing options are available for your training project. 30% of the agreed price must be paid before the start of the course. The balance is payable throughout the course.

  • Jobseekers: Ask your Pôle emploi or Conseil Régional advisor.
  • Temporary workers: contact the Fonds d'Assurance Formation du Travail Temporaire (FAF.TT) for more information.
  • Employees on permanent or fixed-term contracts : Currently in the process of obtaining Qualiopi certification, to benefit from the CPF.

L.6353-5: "Within 10 days of signing the contract, the trainee may withdraw by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt".
L.6353-6: "No sum may be demanded from the trainee before expiry of the withdrawal period provided for in article L6353-5. No sum in excess of 30% of the agreed price may be paid on expiry of this period. The balance is paid in instalments as the training course progresses.
L.6353-7: If, as a result of duly recognized force majeure, the trainee is prevented from following the training course, he/she may terminate the contract. In this case, only the services actually provided are remunerated in proportion to their contractual value.

Our trainer

CEO, Co-Founder and Trainer OpsForm

Laurent, General Manager OpsForm, Co-Founder and trainer since 2012, in the aeronautical sector, previously held operational positions within the French Ministry of the Interior, creation and head of air operations, national aircraft accident investigator, national technical referent for drones. He has led training courses for air operations agents, traffic agents, dangerous goods agents, ramp agents, station agents, security agents, document fraud, as well as technical and legal investigations into aircraft accidents.