HAZMAT “NOPIC”. ALPINE AIR, INC. WHAT’S A NOPIC?. NO, THAT’S (S)NOT IT!. NOTIFICATION TO PILOT-IN-COMMAND.
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We’ve had a few months since the new NOPIC forms have been in use so it’s time for a little review to make sure we are all singing from the same hymn book and hopefully answer any questions you might have.
Overall we are pleased with your understanding and use of this new NOPIC form.
“49 CFR Part 175.33 (c)(3) requires aircraft operators to have the information required to be retained on the NOPIC (Notification to Pilot-In-Command) readily accessible (and readable) at the airport of departure and the intended airport of arrival for the duration of each flight leg.”
“TOTAL NET QTY/PKG” enter the amount from the shipping papers in the same order listed in the same quantities (i.e. L, kg, lbs)
“CAO” On the shipping papers the package is legal for “Passenger Aircraft” if there are no “X”s in that box. In this case put a dash (-) line in this column, because there are no special “Cargo Only” restrictions.
After you turn in the original NOPIC forms they are sent to Provo and compared with what you called in during your flight.
All NOPIC forms and Flight Following logs are compared, scanned and uploaded to Alpine’s server. Any missing forms will cause further investigation to account for every hazmat package hauled on Alpine Air.
These completed forms along with electric images and Flight Following logs are kept for 90 days.