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Title: Local Airport Preparation for Outside Assistance


1
Local Airport Preparation for Outside Assistance
2
  • Rule 1
  • TO GET ASSISTANCE,
  • YOU HAVE TO ASK.

3
Advanced Warning Events
  • Scheduled SEADOG conference calls will focus on
    pre-coordination of
  • Points of Contact
  • Anticipated Needs
  • Personnel
  • Resources
  • Advanced Staging Areas

4
No-Warning Events
  • Requests for assistance should be made to one of
    four primary SEADOG agencies
  • Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport
  • Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
  • Pensacola Regional Airport
  • Houston Airport System

5
  • Rule 2
  • When you ask for assistance,
  • BE SPECIFIC!

6
  • Do you need a generator?
  • Or

7
  • Do you need radios?
  • Or

8
  • Do you need pumps?
  • Or

9
FEMA Resource Typing
  • the categorization and description of response
    resources that are commonly exchanged in
    disasters through mutual aid agreements
  • Broken into nine disciplines.
  • None specific to aviation.

10
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11
  • Rule 3
  • When aid and support arrives from outside
    agencies, these personnel will know
  • (ALMOST) NOTHING
  • about your airport.

12
Required Information
  • Airport Status Report Gives a snap-shot
    overview of the operational condition of the
    field. Possibly provided during initial briefing.
  • Safety Issues
  • Runways opened, restricted or closed
  • Taxiways opened, restricted or closed
  • Security integrity
  • Communications
  • Aircraft Operations
  • Current NOTAMs and TFRs.

13
Required Information
  • General Airport Diagram Acquired from
  • in-house source, Airport Facilities Directory or
    other published charts.

14
Required Information
Emergency Contact Information
  • Airport Management
  • Airport Operations
  • Airport Departments
  • Electrical
  • Airfield Grounds
  • Ground Transportation
  • Airlines
  • Fuel Management
  • Security
  • Police
  • ARFF / Fire Dept
  • TSA
  • Customs
  • Local FAA
  • Airport Tenants
  • FBOs CBOs

15
Helpful Information
  • Detailed Airport Maps
  • AOA / Movement Areas
  • Security Gates / Fencing
  • Terminals (Gates, Airlines, Tenants, Access)
  • Electrical Vaults
  • Sign Plans
  • Public and Airport Roadway Infrastructure
  • Parking

16
Movement / Non-Movement Area Map
17
Security Gate Map
18
Terminal Map
19
Sign Plan Map
20
Helpful Information
  • Airfield Specifications
  • Runway and Taxiway Data
  • Quantity
  • Length and Width
  • Marking and Lighting
  • NAVAIDS
  • ATC
  • Control Towers
  • Radar Facilities
  • Surface Detection Equipment

21
Helpful Information
  • Building Plans
  • Electrical ? Plumbing ? Baggage Systems

22
Helpful Information
  • Airport Resource Inventory Lists
  • Equipment
  • Generators Vehicles Heavy Equipment
  • Pumps Radios Construction Equipment
  • Supplies
  • Food Water Fuel (vehicle and aviation)
  • Cots Blankets Construction Supplies
  • Medical

23
Distribution Of Information
  • Printed
  • Easiest to distribute and access locally
  • Should have preprinted materials ready
  • Compact Disc
  • Alternative method for distribution
  • Must have local computer access
  • Web Site
  • Security issues. Difficult to control access
  • Must have local computer access
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