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Airside Driving and Safety Rules

Christchurch International Airport Ltd

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No part of this document may be copied, photocopied or reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from Christchurch International Airport Ltd.

Contact Details:

Christchurch International Airport Ltd P O Box 14 001 Christchurch New Zealand Phone: +64 3 358 5029 Facsimile: +64 3 353 7730 Website: www.christchurchairport.co.nz

Airside Driving and Safety Rules

Version No. 3

Effective 31 January 2014

Airside Driving/Safety Rules Foreword

Airside Driving and Safety Rules Page 1 Rev Date: 31-Jan-14

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Foreword ............................................................................................... 3

2 Revision Record Form ............................................................................ 4

3 List of Effective Pages ............................................................................ 5

4 Definitions and Abbreviations ................................................................ 6

5 Airside Driving Permit (ADP) ................................................................. 8

5.1 Requirements ................................................................................... 85.2 Categories of ADP ............................................................................. 95.3 Approved Issuing Authorities ............................................................ 10

6 Authorised Vehicle Identification ......................................................... 11

6.1 Identification Signs and/or Logos ...................................................... 116.2 Electronic Vehicle Authority/Vehicle Authorisation ................................ 116.3 Exemptions .................................................................................... 11

7 Vehicle and Equipment Requirements .................................................. 12

8 Vehicle Access...................................................................................... 13

9 Airside Driving Rules ............................................................................ 14

9.1 Category One and Two Driving Rules ................................................. 149.2 Category Three Driving Rules ............................................................ 269.3 Phonetic Alphabet............................................................................ 299.4 Common Radio Phrases .................................................................... 29

10 Line Markings/Symbols ........................................................................ 34

10.1 Demarcation Line ............................................................................ 3410.2 Equipment Parking or Wing Tip Clearance ........................................... 3410.3 Terminal Service Road ..................................................................... 3510.4 Passenger Walkways ........................................................................ 3510.5 Hatched No Parking Areas ................................................................ 3610.6 GSE Parking Bays ............................................................................ 3610.7 Fuel Hydrants ................................................................................. 3710.8 Runway Hold Point .......................................................................... 3710.9 Aircraft Lead In Lines ....................................................................... 3810.10Speed Limit Sign ............................................................................. 3810.11Advisory Sign ................................................................................. 3910.12Operational Area ............................................................................. 3910.13Movement Area Guidance Signs (MAGS) ............................................ 40

11 Vehicle and Equipment Parking ............................................................ 41

11.1 Correct and Safe Parking of Vehicles .................................................. 41

12 Airfield Road ........................................................................................ 42

Airside Driving/Safety Rules Foreword

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12.1 Airfield Road Rules .......................................................................... 42

13 Hazards ................................................................................................ 43

14 Escorting of Vehicles ............................................................................ 44

14.1 Requirement for Escort .................................................................... 44

15 Incident and Accident Reporting .......................................................... 45

15.1 Reporting ....................................................................................... 45

16 Demerit Point System .......................................................................... 46

16.1 The Demerit Point System ................................................................ 4616.2 Schedule of Offences ....................................................................... 47

17 Low Visibility Operations ..................................................................... 50

17.1 Low Visibility Airfield Road and Apron ................................................ 5017.2 Manoeuvring Area ........................................................................... 50

18 Drug and Alcohol Policy ....................................................................... 53

Appendix 1: Reference of Illustrations .......................................................... 54

Appendix 2: Important Telephone Numbers ................................................. 56

Appendix 3: Authority to Drive Airside Application Form .............................. 57

Appendix 4: Application For Restricted Access Card/Key .............................. 59

Appendix 5: Category 1 Airside Driving Competency Test ............................. 61

Appendix 6: Category 2 Airside Driving Competency Test ............................. 64

Appendix 7: Category 3 Airside Driving Competency Test ............................. 67

Airside Driving/Safety Rules Foreword

Airside Driving and Safety Rules Page 3 Rev Date: 18-Sep-13

1 FOREWORD

Christchurch International Airport Limited (CIAL) has produced this book on Airside Driving/Safety Rules for airside users.

The purpose of these rules is to create a safe working environment, where there is zero risk of injury to persons and/or damage for all those who drive or work in the operational areas of Christchurch Airport.

This document should also be read in conjunction with any supplementary instructions or training manuals used by airside users.

The Airside Driving Rules are designed to meet the requirements of Civil Aviation Act, Civil Aviation Rules, Health and Safety in Employment legislation and Christchurch International Airport Bylaws.

These rules have been developed as part of CIALs Safety Management System (SMS) and endeavour to maintain a safe environment for and not limited to aircraft, airside users, members of the public, aerodrome infrastructure and contractors.

Non-compliance with these rules may result in penalty points being issued, withdrawal of an Airside Driving Permit (ADP) or an operators right to operate airside at Christchurch International Airport.

As the certified operator of the aerodrome under Civil Aviation Rule Part 139 CIAL has an obligation to control authorised vehicle access and movements airside. All drivers are therefore required to competently pass an airside driving course and comply with the airside driving rules at all times.

The Manager Apron Operations is responsible for the administration of these rules, under the delegated authority of the Chief Operating Officer.

Airside Driving/Safety Rules Revision Record Form

Airside Driving and Safety Rules Page 4 Rev Date: 18-Sep-13

2 REVISION RECORD FORM

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Airside Driving/Safety Rules List Of Effective Pages

Airside Driving and Safety Rules Page 5 Rev Date: 31-Jan-14

3 LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

List Effective Pages as at 31 January 2014

Up to and including Revision Number 3

Page No. Rev Date Page No. Rev Date Page No. Rev Date Page No. Rev Date

1 31-Jan-14 21 18-Sep-13 41 18-Sep-13 61 31-Jan-14

2 31-Jan-14 22 18-Sep-13 42 18-Sep-13 62 31-Jan-14

3 18-Sep-13 23 18-Sep-13 43 18-Sep-13 63 31-Jan-14

4 18-Sep-13 24 18-Sep-13 44 18-Sep-13 64 31-Jan-14

5 31-Jan-14 25 18-Sep-13 45 18-Sep-13 65 31-Jan-14

6 18-Sep-13 26 18-Sep-13 46 18-Sep-13 66 31-Jan-14

7 18-Sep-13 27 18-Sep-13 47 18-Sep-13 67 31-Jan-14

8 18-Sep-13 28 18-Sep-13 48 31-Jan-14 69 31-Jan-14

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