Wildlife Trafficking Awareness

The materials below focus on the air transport roles that are the most likely to encounter and identify possible instances of wildlife trafficking, as identified by industry professionals. Role-specific materials have been produced for passenger check-in staff, cabin crew, cargo acceptance staff and ground handlers. Additional modules for passenger screeners and cargo and baggage screening staff are available upon request.

These materials are designed to enable companies to deliver training on wildlife trafficking for their staff and can be used free of charge. Sample PDF versions can be downloaded from the links below. Please contact ROUTES to obtain the full materials.

Cabin Crew

Jun 27, 2018 · File

Training focused on how cabin crew can help to combat illegal wildlife trafficking in the cabin and what to do in-flight if wildlife is discovered.

Cargo Acceptance

Jun 27, 2018 · File

Training focused on how cargo acceptance staff can help to combat illegal wildlife trafficking at first interaction.

Check In Staff

Jun 27, 2018 · File

Training focused on how check-in staff can help to combat illegal wildlife trafficking at the first passenger touch-point.

Ground Handler

Jun 27, 2018 · File

Training focused on how ground handling staff can help to combat illegal wildlife trafficking while loading or unloading.