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  • SLCAP 2100

    Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka

    Issued under the authority of the Director General of Civil Aviation

    AIRSIDE OPERATION SAFETY MANUAL

    First Edition 2009

  • Airside Operation Safety Manual SLCAP 2100

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    Rev : Original Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka Date : 04/05/09

    AIRSIDE OPERATION SAFETY MANUAL

    Control Number - 001

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    FORWARD

    Sri Lanka as a Contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation has an obligation to the international community to ensure that the Aerodromes in Sri Lanka are maintained as per the standards of the Annex 14 to the Convention.

    As per Annex 14 requirements Aerodromes used for International Civil Aviation are required to be certified by the State. In addition as per local regulatory requirements aerodromes used for domestic air transport operations are also required to be certified by 31st December 2012, if the maximum passenger seating capacity of the aircraft employed in the operation exceeds 30 seats.

    This Manual provides guidance with regard to “safe operating practices” that should be respected by all those engaged in airside activities of an aerodrome.

    The advice and guidance specified in this document can be described as “accepted good practices” and represents an acceptable way of carrying out airside activities. It illustrates how risks are identified and provides advice about how apron safety can be maintained within the context of a systematic and structured management approach.

    This Manual is intended to provide guidance for minimum acceptable practices for all those engaged in airside operations. It covers operations on airside at all civil aerodromes in Sri Lanka. Any organisation, regardless of size or complexity of operation, can establish an acceptable Safety Management System through the application of the general principles outlined in this document.

    Users of this document must be aware of other statutory provisions that may apply to their activities, for example, the responsibility to report aircraft accidents and certain occurrences as per ASN 107. It is the responsibility of all those involved with the operation of aerodromes, aircraft and the provision of services to be familiar with any such legal obligations.

    This document is continually subject to revisions and amendments if required. Suggestions for improvement of the document are appreciated and should be addressed to the undersigned.

    Parakrama Dissanayake Acting Director General of Civil Aviation Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka No.64, Galle Road, Colombo 03.

    20th Nov. 2008

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    List of Effective Pages

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    Record of Amendments

    Rev. Number Date Entered by

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Contents FORWARD..............................................................................................................................ii List of Effective Pages..........................................................................................................iii Record of Amendments .......................................................................................................iv TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................................................v Chapter 1 General Principles of Airside Safety Management.......................................1

    1 Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 1

    2. Aircraft Safety .......................................................................................................................... 1

    Chapter 2 Managing the Risks........................................................................................... 1 1 Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 1

    2 Potential Hazards on the Apron............................................................................................ 1

    3 Vehicles Striking aircraft and/or People .............................................................................. 2

    4 Hazards to passengers on the apron................................................................................... 3

    5 Moving Aircraft......................................................................................................................... 4

    6 Aircraft Parking Safety Practices .......................................................................................... 4

    6.1 Operation of the stand.................................................................................................... 4

    6.2 Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS) ................................................................. 5

    6.4 Aircraft Parking Safety Considerations ........................................................................ 6

    6.5 Aircraft Arrival Safety of the Stand ............................................................................... 8

    6.6 Aircraft Departure............................................................................................................ 9

    6.7 Self-manoeuvring of aircraft on the apron Stand Configurations (When required) 10

    6.8 Aircraft departure .......................................................................................................... 11

    6.9 Other safety considerations Signs, Markings and Guidance .................................. 13

    7 Engine Hazards..................................................................................................................... 14

    8 Falls and falling objects........................................................................................................ 20

    8.1 General ........................................................................................................................... 20

    8.2 Access to Aircraft Doorways........................................................................................ 21

    9 Aerobridge Operations ......................................................................................................... 24

    10 Manual Handling ............................................................................................................... 27

    11 Noise ................................................................................................................................... 28

    12 Work equipment (including machinery) ......................................................................... 29

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    12.1 General ........................................................................................................................... 29

    12.2 Mobile work equipment (including vehicles) ................................................................ 30

    12.3 Lifting equipment.............................................................................................................. 30

    12.4 New machinery.......................................................................................................