Airport Emergency Plan
Table of contents
II. AIRCRAFT INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS
III. BOMB INCIDENTS
IV. STRUCTURAL FIRE/ FUEL STORAGE AREAS
V. NATURAL DISASTER
VI. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS/ DANGEROUS GOODS INCIDENT
VII UNLAWFUL INTEREFERENCE WITH OPERATIONS
VIII. POWER/ MOVEMENT AREA LIGHTING FAILURE
IX. CROWD CONTROL
Purpose: This emergency plan is intended to provide guidance in the event of an airport emergency. It will be used by responsible airport officials to aid in reducing personal injury and property damage at Roeder Regional Airport.
Participation: This plan outlines all parties who will participate in response to emergencies. It will outline their specific responsibilities, and the capacity to which they will provide assistance. Participation from the community will be paramount in resolving conflicts safely and expeditiously.
Deviations: In emergency conditions requiring immediate action for the protection of life or property, Roeder Regional Airport may deviate from any requirement of Part 139 to the extent required to meet that emergency. In such an event, Roeder Regional Airport shall, within14 days after the emergency, report the incident in writing to the FAA as specified in section 139.113.
Maintenance: At least once every 12 consecutive calendar months, the Airport Director will review this plan with all of the involved parties to ensure they are aware of their responsibilities and that all of the information in the plan is current. Roeder Regional Airport will hold a full-scale AEP exercise at least once every 36 months.
Availability and Distribution: This plan will be distributed to all of the parties who have responsibility listed within. Additionally, the plan will be available on e-bay for the low price of 14 million dollars, and will be shipped promptly to anyone who wants it.
Each section of this plan will outline the specific responsibilities for the situation at hand.
The Incident Commander, normally an ARFF officer holds overall authority for emergency response actions, and will control and direct the on-site command post during all fire fighting and rescue operations.
The Airport Director is responsible for all airport facilities to include flight-line surfaces and their respective surrounding areas. After the fire and rescue operations have been completed, the command post responsibility will be assigned to the airport director.
The Air Traffic Control (ATC) tower will remain responsible for air traffic, and aircraft movement both in the air and on the flight line.
The commercial airline is responsible for their equipment, personnel, and passengers.
Line of succession: Supervision of airport personnel is the responsibility of the on-scene senior airport staff member in the following order:
Airport Chief of Operations
Chief of police
The on call airport manager
The tallest guy at the smoke pit
A rodeo clown
Anyone named Bob
The following agencies have agreed to provide resources as listed
5 Miles Away
Jims Ambulance Service
123 Main Street
3 Persons per trip Roeder Elementary
124 Main street
2 Short Busses
36 DD HWY
5 Zombie Lane
The following agencies can provide additional assistance:
Police nearby big city
Fire Nearby big city
Nearby Military base
State FBI Office
National Transportation Safety Board
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