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مارك إدورد وودوارد

Mark Edward Woodward

MSc MIFireE MIFPO MIE MISM LCGI

Aerodrome Inspector

Rescue & Fire-Fighting Service

&

Emergency Management

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Integrated Training

Operational Relationship

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Integrated Training

Aerodrome Integration

Integrated Safety Management Systems

Integrated Emergency Plans

Integrated Procedures

Integrated Operations

Integrated Training

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Integrated Training

CAR Part 8

Air Navigation Regulations

CAR Part 11 Aerodrome Emergency Services,

Facilities & Equipment

CAR Part 9

Aerodrome Regulations

CAR Part 10 Safety Management Systems

GCAA CAAPs

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Integrated Training

CAR PART X SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Safety Training :- The Organization shall, as part of its safety promotion

activities, develop and maintain a safety training programme and

communication activities that ensure that personnel are trained

and competent to perform their SMS duties.

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Integrated Training

CAAP 50 SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SMS)

  • Training and Education
    • All staff should receive safety training as appropriate for their safety responsibilities. In particular all, OperationalStaff, Managers, Supervisors, Senior Managers and the Accountable Manager. should be trained and be competent to perform their SMS duties.
  • (b) Operational Staff ‐ Operational staff should have an understanding of the organization's safety policy and an overview of the fundamentals of SMS.
  • (c) Managers and Supervisors ‐ Managers and supervisors should understand the safety process, hazard identification,risk management and the management of change.
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Integrated Training

CAAP 50 SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SMS)

  • Training and Education
    • Senior Managers ‐ Senior Managers should understand organizational safety standards, safety assurance and the regulatory requirements for their organization.
  • (e) Accountable Manager ‐ The Accountable Manager should have an awareness of SMS roles and responsibilities, safety policy, SMS standards and safety assurance.
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Integrated Training

CAAP 50 SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SMS)

  • Safety Audits are used to ensure that the structure of the SMS is sound in terms of:
    • adequate staff levels;
  • (b) compliance with approved procedures and instructions; and
  • (c) level of competency and training to operate equipment and facilities and maintain their levels of performance.
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Integrated Training

What is Integrated Training?

Integrated

Training

Integrated:- Combining or coordinating

separate elements so as to

provide a harmonized approach.

Training :- The process of bringing a person,

to an agreed standard of

competency, by practice and instruction.

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Integrated Training

What is Competency ?

Competence:‘The ability to apply knowledge, understanding and skills in performing to the standards required in employment.

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Integrated Training

Training Needs Analysis ?

Training Needs Analysis: A training needs analysis will identify both the underpinning knowledge & understanding and the practical skills required to carry out the tasks/function required by personnel in relation to their role.

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Integrated Training

Training Frequency Analysis (4-Areas)

1, Change:- Does the subject/skill change much overtime?

2, Complexity:- How difficult is the subject /skill?

3, Repetition:- How often is the subject/skill practiced in normal work activities?

4, Risk:- What are the consequences of poor performance?

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Integrated Training

Learning Cycle

Training Needs

Analysis

Determine

&

Design

Evaluation

&

Validation

Delivery

&

Support

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Integrated Training

CAR PART 10 Safety Management Systems

EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN The Organization shall develop and maintain, or coordinate, as appropriate, an emergency response plan (ERP) that outlines what actions are to be taken following an accident or an emergency situation.

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Integrated Training

CAR PART 11

Aerodrome Emergency Service, Facilities & Equipment

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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Integrated Training

CAR PART 11

Aerodrome Emergency Service, Facilities & Equipment

  • The Aerodrome Emergency Plan shall:
    • Provide for the coordination of actions to be taken in an emergency occurring at an aerodrome or in its vicinity; and
    • Observe Human Factor principles to ensure optimum response by all existing agencies participating in emergency operations; and
    • Include procedures for leading passengers, evacuated from aircraft, to secure areas away from the scene of an incident; and
  • Include procedures for the safe control of passengers evacuated airside from a terminal or other airport building.
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Integrated Training

Aerodrome Integrated Emergency Plan

The aerodrome emergency response plan shall be assessed by conducting:

1. A full-scale aerodrome emergency exercise at intervals not exceeding two years.

2. Partial emergency exercises in the intervening year to ensure that any deficiencies found during the full-scale aerodrome emergency exercise have been corrected; and reviewed thereafter, or after an actual emergency, so as to correct any deficiency found during such exercise or actual emergency.

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Integrated Training

Aerodrome Integrated Emergency Exercise.

Is this enough?????

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Integrated Training

What more can we do???

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Integrated Training
  • Press the button for a practice Crash??
  • Practice Deploying the
  • Casualty Shelters??
  • Practice Setting up Terminal
  • Survivors Reception Centre??
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Integrated Training

Preparedness is Achieved & Maintained through a Continuous Cycle

Plan

Organize

&

Equip

Evaluate

&

Improve

Conduct Training

Exercise

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Integrated Training

Persons Involved in Apron Operations

Air Traffic Controller

The Pilot

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

Follow Me Vehicle Driver

Passenger Handling Agent

The Co-Pilot

Stand Allocation Officer

Aerodrome Emergency Service

Cabin Crew

Aircraft Wing Man

Apron Supervisor

Aircraft Marshaller

Tug Driver

Baggage Handler

Aircraft Cleaner

Aerodrome Management

Airline Representative

Airside Operations

Fuelling Tanker Driver

Apron Security Staff

Ground Controller

Fuelling Overseer

Aircraft Water/Toilet Services

GPU Operator

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Integrated Training

Operational Relationships with the Ground Incident

The Pilot

Cabin Crew

The Co-Pilot

Air Traffic Controller

Passenger Handling Agent

Apron Controller

Apron Security Staff

Terminal Managers

Airside Operations

Airline Representative

Aerodrome Management

Aerodrome Emergency Service

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Integrated Training

Aircraft Ground Incident

Air Traffic Control

Aircraft Control

Aircraft Ground Operations

Maneuvering Area Control

Local Radar

Apron Safety Oversight

ATC Training

  • ATC
  • ATC

Emergency Response Notification & Call

Emergency Callout

Radio Communications

Issue NOTAM

Provide Additional Information

Control Aircraft

Maneuvering Area Control

ATC Liaison to EOC

Senior Management Call List

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Integrated Training

Aircraft Ground Incident

Aerodrome Operations Department

Airside Safety Operations

Runway Inspections

Bird Control

Department Training

FOD Patrols

Follow Me Services

  • Airside Operations
  • Airside Operations

Apron Safety Oversight

Emergency Response

Duty Manager Reports to EOC

Duty Supervisor Reports to MCP

Provide Follow Me RVP

Supplementary Water Supplies

Assume Role of RVP Officer

Provide Additional Assistance at the Scene

Provide Emergency Shelters

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Airport Emergency Services
  • Airport Emergency Services
Integrated Training

Aircraft Ground Incident

Airport Emergency Service

Station Duties

Training

Inspecting Facilities

Testing Appliances & Equipment

Providing Safety Standbys

Task & Resource Analysis

Rescue Equipment Analysis

Training Needs Analysis

Structured Learning Programs

Training Facilities Analysis

Training Frequency Analysis

Maintenance of Competency

Schemes

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Integrated Training

Structured Exercise & Incident Debriefing

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Integrated Training

Integrated TEAM

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