airport safety

SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STRATEGY

SMS is the formal, top-down business approach to managing safety risk, which includes a systemic approach to managing safety, including the necessary organizational structures, accountabilities, policies and procedures.
SMS introduces an evolutionary process in system safety and safety management. SMS is a structured process that obligates organizations to manage safety with the same level of priority that other core business processes are managed. This applies to both internal (FAA) and external aviation industry organizations (Operator & Product Service Provider).

SMS is composed of four functional components:

SAFETY POLICY

  • Policy Statement
  • Organizational Structure
  • Procedures

SAFETY ASSURANCE

  • Internal Audits
  • External Audits
  • Corrective Action

SAFETY RISK MANAGEMENT

  • Hazard Identification
  • Risk Assessment
  • Risk Mitigation and Tracking

SAFETY PROMOTION

  • Culture
  • Training
  • Communication

OCCURRENCES, INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS:

INSPECTIONS:
  • Ramp Inspection: Findings, Locations.
  • RWY Friction Test
  • Fence Inspection: Findings/ Locations
  • Ground rooms Inspection: Numbers / Findings/ Locations
  • Sewage ground rooms Inspection: Numbers / Locations
AIRPORT FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM INSPECTIONS
EMERGENCY EXIT DOORS ROUTINE MONTHLY INSPECTIONS:

All emergency doors been inspected by safety team combined with one security agent and technician staff, thus all findings been fixed, except one as a signed in the above diagram.

WILDLIFE CONTROL:

Existence of adequate procedures to minimize the dangers of wildlife when they are discovered in the operation area; Mammals (Strayed Dogs), on airside / and staff housing area are promptly removed or scared away; Reptiles and Rodent control activities are undertaken regularly;

ROUTINE SAFETY FUNCTIONS:
  • Daily apron inspection;
  • Passengers’ Terminal safety monitoring;
  • Weekly fence patrolling; Airside / landside safety monitoring;

Full Scale Emergency Plan

Exposed to the air transport industry, like all other modes of modern public transport to accidents and incidents, whether minor or serious, and when such events arise The best means to minimize the loss of life and property and re- operation of the airport normally be that the pre-planning of actions to be taken and the use of available resources of staff and equipment and facilities efficiently and speed.

Anchorage airport emergency plan include the directives of emergency response at the airport and the procedures to be followed by the airport staff in implementation of their tasks and responsibilities in an emergency, these include guidance on the guidelines for the planning, organization and actions needed to respond to an emergency to protect lives and reduce property losses and re airport to the normal operating condition as soon as possible. And apply the guidance contained in this plan at all airport staff and government interests and flight crews and other airport users, and must conduct periodic exercises on the plan in accordance with laws and local regulations and international standards.

Emergency plan important and necessary to meet the requirements of the airport and all the relevant departments in coordination with the airport manager to review the plan and the introduction of changes and necessary adjustments and submit them in a timely manner to the Civil Aviation Authority for the publication of these amendments.

RMF F.O.D Free
As F.O.D program, target, and Result; MAKE IT F.O.D FREE.
SMS and Foreign Object Debris (FOD)

This program provides policy and guidance for establishing and conducting an effective Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Prevention Program.
The purpose of this program is to eliminate FOD by identifying and eliminating conditions that cause damage to aircraft and
ground support equipment.

BIRDSTRIKE AND WILD ANIMAL MANAGMENT

Every airport is legally obligated to minimize the risk of bird collisions. Here is an overview of the action we take Bird Strike Control Procedures had been followed. Audit areas of waste and other sources that attracts birds to the airport or the surrounding area Take the necessary measures to reduce the number of birds that pose a threat to aircraft operations.

PILOTS SURVEY ANALYSIS & SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS:

Pilot’s surveys for the month, safety surveys should be carried out as a routine to:

  • Recommend improvements where needed;
  • Provide assurance to managers of safety activities in their areas;
  • Conformance with applicable parts of SMS
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