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Kobe Airport to Conduct Firefighting and Rescue Training for Aircraft Accidents

  • 2022-10-12

Kansai Airports Kobe is pleased to announce that we will conduct a comprehensive aircraft accident drill at Kobe Airport on Wednesday, October 19.


The purpose of this training is to verify the effectiveness of Kobe Airport Emergency Plan in the event of an aircraft accident at Kobe Airport, and to implement prompt and appropriate firefighting, rescue and disaster medical services in close cooperation with relevant  organizations. Training will be conducted with appropriate measures against COVID-19. Kansai Airport Group will continue our efforts to ensure safe travel and continue various  training programs so that passengers can use our airports comfortably.

 

Kansai Airports Kobe is pleased to announce that we will conduct a comprehensive aircraft accident drill at Kobe Airport on Wednesday, October 19.


The purpose of this training is to verify the effectiveness of Kobe Airport Emergency Plan in the event of an aircraft accident at Kobe Airport, and to implement prompt and appropriate firefighting, rescue and disaster medical services in close cooperation with relevant organizations. Training will be conducted with appropriate measures against COVID-19.


Kansai Airport Group will continue our efforts to ensure safe travel and continue various training programs so that passengers can use our airports comfortably.


Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2022 15: 00 - 17: 00
Location: Kobe Airport maintenance area, Stand No. 1
Organizer: Kobe Airport Emergency Plan Liaison Council
Participants:

  • Skymark Airlines Inc., All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.,
  • West Japan Civil Aviation Bureau Kobe Office
  • Japan Coast Guard Kobe Security, Kobe City, Kobe City Fire Department, Kobe New Transit Co., Ltd.,
  • Self-Defense Forces
  • Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT) West Corporation Hyogo Branch
  • Hyogo Prefecture, Hyogo Prefectural Police, medical institutions
  • Nichii Kobe Port Island Center
  • Firefighting and Rescue Support Team (Kobe Airport)
  • Kobe Port Island 4 University Council (student volunteers)
  • Kansai Airports Kobe
    *And others 30 institutions approx. (in no particular order)

Scale: Approximately 200 people
Scenario: Emergency declared during flight due to troubles and requested an emergency landing at Kobe Airport. The aircraft stopped near the center of the runway after landing at Kobe Airport and caught fire from the engine No. 1. Many passengers and crew were injured.
Program:

  • Accident reporting and communication training
  • Mobilization training
  • Fire fighting training
  • Warning and entry control training 
  • Joint coordination activity training
  • Training by the on-site response headquarters
  • Training on the establishment of triage areas, emergency command posts, first aid stations and no-injury waiting areas
  • Evacuation guidance training
  • Injured rescue training
  • Stretcher transport training
  • Triage activity training
  • Disaster medical activity training
  • Emergency transport training for the injured
  • Training for transporting injured people by helicopters
  • Training for identification of dead bodies (including death confirmation) and support for bereaved families (mental care)
  • Training for handling no-injury and mild cases
Kobe Airport Fire-fighting

Kobe Airport Fire-fighting and Rescue Training for Aircraft Accidents

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