Guidelines on Disabled Aircraft RemovalMEMBERS ONLY
A simple set of guidelines to help airport operators quickly establish a plan to remove disabled aircraft.
Quick Start Guide on Global Reporting FormatMEMBERS ONLY
The Quick Start Guide helps airports quickly understand and implement the Global Reporting Format.
Guidelines on How to be Innovative to Improve SafetyMEMBERS ONLY
The result is a booklet that attempts to list out the factors that promote innovation in six categories:• Leadership Style;• Organization of Work Teams and Communication;• Work Culture, Environment, Motivation and Training;• Attitude and Method of Thinking;• Use of Technology; and• Others.
Guidelines on Wildlife Hazard Management PlanMEMBERS ONLY
The purpose of these guidelines is not to substitute the library of existing literature on the subject but rather to give advice airports who wish to have a “quick start guide” before delving into to other more detailed materials.
Guidelines on Competency Definitions and Checks, and Training Requirements for Aerodrome Operational PersonnelMEMBERS ONLY
The first edition of this booklet covers four job functions: airside driving, FOD control, runway surface condition assessment and reporting, and inspection of movement area. The other five functions, planned to be included in the next edition, are: aerodrome movement area maintenance, work in progress, wildlife hazard management, apron safety, and runway safety.
Guidelines on Runway InspectionsMEMBERS ONLY
The importance of ensuring that the runway surface is in good conditions for a 300 metrictonne machine hurtling at 300 km per hour to land or take off safely cannot be overstated.
Guidelines on Accident Investigation and Root Cause AnalysisMEMBERS ONLY
Several approaches to systematically analyzing the information collected are described, from the basic fivewhy analysis to the more sophisticated ATSB Investigation Analysis Model.
Guidelines on Runway Safety TeamMEMBERS ONLY
A number of practical tips are given on the set up and running of Runway Safety Teams such as the writing of terms of reference, scope of work, work methods, and ways of facilitating and encouraging safety hazard reporting.