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Air terminal EMERGENCY PLANNING Part I CABO VERDE, JULY 2009 Presented by Rheaume Allard (Aerodrome Expert under the COSCAP-BAG Project)

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INTRODUCTION The members Who, Where, What, Why. Fundamental obligations The facilitators

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COSCAP-BAG Cooperative Development of Operational Safety and Continuing Airworthiness Program – Banjul Accord Group Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Guinee, The Gambia and Cape Verde International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Role

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The Aerodrome Division Working with States, the CAA Working with the Airport Operators As asked for by the States As asked for by the Airport Operators through the CAA

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Administrative Information Documents to members Evaluation of members Attendance, Participation, Team work, Presentation, Final Exam. Course Evaluation by members Course Evaluation Form Your remarks will help enhance the course

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COURSE OBJECTIVES ICAO & National Regulations Responsibilities of CAA & Airport Operators Main parts of the AERP: gear & establishments required, charge, correspondences & coordination Different sorts of crises Media relations To create instruments & methodologies for activities

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COURSE SCHEDULE Five (5) days From 09h00 to 12h00 and from 13h30 to 16h30 Fifteen moment breaks

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LEGAL REQUIREMENTS International Obligations ICAO Member States = commitments ICAO Annex 14, article 9.1.1., 9.1.2 and 9.1.3. Likewise 9.1.12, 9.1.13 and 9.1.14. National Regulations Specific to every nation

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CAA & AIRPORT OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES CAA = the State Responsible for setting up laws & controls Responsible for oversight & review Responsible towards ICAO for all air transportation exercises including aerodromes Airport Operator: ASA in Cape Verde Holder of a « Airport Certificate » from the AAC Operate the airplane terminal as per the conditions set in the « Airport Certificate ».

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AIRPORT OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Respect benchmarks set out in airplane terminal gauges Allow CAA investigators access to air terminal Check the aeronautical distributions Notify the AAC of any change to the air terminal Drop in the level of administration, ref. AIP Obstacle or risky circumstances Close of some portion of the air ship development territory

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AIRPORT OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES Emergency Planning ICAO Standards National Regulations « Aerodrome Certificate » Aerodrome Standards & Recommended Practices

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WHAT IS A «AIRPORT EMERGENCY PLAN» Process of setting up an air terminal to adapt to a crisis happening at the airplane terminal or in its region Objective: to limit the impacts of a crisis by sparing lifes & keeping up air terminal operations

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COORDINATION (MUTUAL AIDS) An organized program between the air terminal & the encompassing groups Mutual guides assention Airport crises are comparative in nature to any significant crises that can strike a group Command, Communication & Coordination

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ON & OFF AIRPORT EMERGENCIES Airport Emergency Plan to be executed also whether it is on or off the air terminal Jurisdiction will change Jurisdiction limits must be settled upon with nearby groups Command, Coordination and Communication

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AEP & PARTICIPATING AGENCIES AEP to incorporate an arrangement of directions to guarantee incite reaction of: Rescue and putting out fires Police/security Medical administrations Law requirement Other skilled, prepared, master work force to meet every uncommon condition.

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AN OPERATIONALLY SOUND AEP To meet this goal an exhaustive air terminal crisis arrange must offer thought to: Preplanning BEFORE a crisis; Operations DURING a crisis; Support and documentation AFTER the crisis

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AN OPERATIONALLY SOUND AEP Preplanning BEFORE the crisis Considerations incorporate plannnig for the treatment of all variables that could bear upon compelling crisis response Preplanning ought to characterize the hierarchical specialist and the duties regarding creating, testing and actualizing the crisis arrange

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AN OPERATIONALLY SOUND AEP Operations DURING the crisis Considerations rely on upon the stage, nature and area of the crisis Stage: Ex: the fire boss is in control toward the start of the crisis. Before long he is in a strong part Nature: a crash on the runway will be more troublesome than a fire in a load building Location: a crash outside the air terminal limits will be less problematic than a crash on the principle runway

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AN OPERATIONALLY SOUND AEP Support and Documentation AFTER the crisis Less critical Who is in control What will be the part of coroner, police, fire contenders, airplane terminal organization, and so forth. To re-build up typical operations To advise all taking part offices Debriefing and different mishap reports.

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MEDICAL SERVICES AEP suggested activities depend on the central requirement for survival of flying machine tenants and different losses coming about because of the air ship mishap/episode Stabilization and crisis therapeutic treatment is of equivalent significance Speed and ability of such treatment is vital Preplanning & activities are required

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DIFFICULT CONDITIONS The AEP ought to contemplate operations in every climate condition, for example, outrageous warmth, rain, wind or lessened perceivability Difficult landscape, for example, waterways, bog, streets, mountains, discouragements and other issue zones.

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MATERIAL RESOURCES Important thought in the AEP is the ID of every single material asset both inner and outer The more viable strategy for getting these assets and setting them where required in an auspicious way

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THE THREE « C's » 3 components to bargain effectively with a genuine crisis circumstance or to understand a fruitful crisis work out: COMMUNICATION COORDINATION COMMAND

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COMMUNICATIONS Radio, phone, versatile radio Communications Between the ECC and the MCP and the RVP Between the ECC and the outside world Between outsiders and their partners Note: to detach private clients.

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COORDINATION Communication means are devices for accomplishing great coordination Communication implies don't ensure without anyone else a decent coordination between the different organizations included. They must be legitimately utilized

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COORDINATION Definition: « Ordering of things or different exercises with a specific end goal to accomplish predefined objectives » In AEP the destinations are: To spare lifes Minimize the effect on air terminal operations Minimize material lost

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COORDINATION AEP should be known & comprehended by all taking an interest offices Agencies might concede to parts & obligations Understand between relations between each of them Full Scale and so on should be led, a larger amount of coordination should in this way be accomplished

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Coordination between the air terminal administrator, the police, the rescue vehicle, the doctor's facilities, the aircraft and so on. is one of the basic key to accomplish the destinations of sparing lifes, to keep up air terminal operational capacity and to limit material lost

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COMMAND Airport Operator = facilitator in boss at the ECC and on the airplane terminal when all is said in done AO dependable to delegate an on-scene officer Command will go from one individual to alternate as the periods of the crisis go from crisis operations to examination stage

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COMMAND First stage: air terminal fire boss will be in control On-scene leader Police, Coroner (scientific or lawful specialist) ECC to be educated each time the charge is exchanged from one individual to the next

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ROLE OF THE AIRPORT OPERATOR Establishing the crisis plan to manage every single bizarre condition at the air terminal and its region Coordinating the arrangement with encompassing group experts Assignment of crisis work force & prepare ment gave by partaking organizations

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ROLE OF THE AIRPORT OPERATOR First and preeminent part = COORDINATOR Coordination of inward & outside assets The Airport Operator depends on the collaboration of different outer offices, for example, clinics, police, rescue vehicle and so on. Coordination between these bodies is one of the fundamental key to achievement

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AGENCIES INVOLVED IN THE AEP Rescue & Fire Fighting Services Medical administrations Hospitals Police as well as Security Services Airport Admistration Airport Maintenance Staff Air Traffic Services Aircraft Operators (Airlines)

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AGENCIES INVOLVED IN THE AEP CAA & other Government Agencies Communication Services Airport Tenants Transportation Authorities (arrive, ocean & air) Rescue co-appointment Center Civil Defense Mutual Aid Agencies Military

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AGENCIES INVOLVED IN THE AEP Harbor Patrol & Coast Guard Clergy Public Information Office (neighborhood TV & Radio) Customs Public Utilities Postal Authorities Veterinary Services Coroner (legal or legitimate specialist)

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AGENCIES INVOLVED IN THE AEP Volunteer Organizations International Relief Agencies (Red Cross, and so forth.) NOTE: THE « ON THE AIRPORT » & « OFF THE AIRPORT » AGENCIES SHALL BE SPECIFIC TO EACH COUNTRY/AIRPORT.

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TYPE OF SERVICES REQUIRED (int) Escort on the airside Coordination of these escorts Airside Operations Coordination (NOTAM and so forth.) Stretchers Bearers On-Scene Commander ECC Coordinator RVP Coordinator Logistic suppor to r