Aerodrome model emergency orders.

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Does the manual include the arrangements for testing the aerodrome emergency plan with an exercise at least every 2 years. (1) And arrangements to ensure that the exercise tests the coordination of the emergency services and the adequacy of the procedures and facilities provided for in the plan.

(a) (ii) Appendix 1(b) (ix). An aerodrome emergency plan shall be established at an aerodrome, commensurate with the aircraft operations and other activities conducted at the aerodrome.

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– Annexe 14 - The aerodrome emergency plan shall provide for the coordination of the actions to be taken in an emergency occurring at an aerodrome or in its vicinity.

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Page 1 - General Introductory Note: Aerodrome emergency planning is the process of preparing an aerodrome to cope with an emergency occurring at the aerodrome or in its vicinity.

The objective of aerodrome emergency planning is to minimize the effects of an emergency, particularly in respect of saving lives and maintaining aircraft operations. ‎Reviews: 2. It's a Rendezvous Point for emergency vehicles.

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This is from the UK's Aerodrome Model Emergency Orders (appendix B, section ). Rendezvous Point signs should be displayed at the point(s) designated by the Aerodrome Emergency Orders as the rendezvous point(s) for all responding Emergency Services.

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It will sit alongside the RAF Halton Aerodrome Order Book (AOB) and Air Safety Management Plan (ASMP) to inform users of the aerodrome facilities and assure aviation Duty Holders (DHs) and Delivery Accountable Commanders (DACs) of a Safe.

Prepare for an aerodrome emergency. Familiarity with aerodrome emergency response procedures and role of responding agencies is established. Aerodrome emergency equipment is checked and tested in accordance with workplace procedures. Emergency exercises and debriefing sessions are participated in as required.

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