Airline baggage and freight handlers work in the loading services area of an airline's operations, transferring items between airport buildings and aircraft.
Airline passenger officers work at the airport providing customer-related services such as check-in and boarding procedures, providing information and directions, locating lost luggage and assisting passengers who require special attention.
Aviation firefighters fight fires in aircraft and buildings at airports, provide rescue and first-aid services for aircraft passengers and crew, provide technical advice about fire safety and assist in educating airport users about firefighting and safety.
Shipwrights construct, fit out, commission and repair all types of vessels from small pleasure craft through to a range of competitive, commercial and naval vessels. These vessels are built from a range of materials including metal, wood, aluminium, fibreglass, plastic, composites or ferro cement (reinforced cement or concrete).
Bus drivers transport passengers over established or special routes and on chartered journeys or tours.
Flight attendants provide onboard service to aircraft passengers and ensure the observance of airline safety procedures.
Civil construction workers compact, level and spread materials to form roads and footpaths, perform minor repairs to damaged surfaces, maintain bridges, and repair signs and guideposts. They also undertake general roadside maintenance such as grass cutting, weed control and litter collection.
Transport services officers assist the public in their use of passenger transport services, maintain orderly conduct of passengers, patrol public transport to ensure safety and security on transport networks, and inspect tickets.
Radio dispatchers provide radio and communications services for the coordination of operational units in transport, courier, emergency, military, security, rescue and road service organisations.