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  • Darwin International Airport RAAF Base Darwin

    AERODROME EMERGENCY PLAN Version 4.2 August 2015

    ITEM 2 SERIAL 1

  • Aerodrome Emergency Plan|Prepared by: Aerodrome Emergency Committtee

    Uncontrolled if printed

    Version # 4.2 | Issue Date: August 2015| Review Date: August 2016 ADMINISTRATION | i

    Darwin International Airport Aerodrome Emergency Plan

    ADMINISTRATION

    Background

    Australia has international obligations as a contracting State to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).

    The recommended practices for aerodrome planning and procedures are contained in ICAO Annex 14 to the

    Convention on Civil Aviation.

    The Australian Federal Government has entrusted the enforcement of its obligations to the Civil Aviation Safety

    Authority (CASA), the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Airservices Australia (AsA), the

    Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) and approved self-regulating organisations.

    Darwin International Airport is jointly used with the Department of Defence. Darwin International Airport (DIA) is

    responsible for the areas leased from the Commonwealth for Civil Operations and the Department of Defence is

    responsible for those areas used exclusively for Military Operations. Those areas of common use are called ‘Jointly

    Used Areas’. The formal relationship between the parties is documented in the Joint User Deed (JUD). The

    Aerodrome Emergency Plan is to be activated for all civil and military aviation incidents and accidents at the

    recommended response levels indicated. Darwin International Airport internal and external agencies will respond

    to all aircraft emergencies in accordance with this plan. This AEP is authoritative but requires judgement in its

    application.

    This Aerodrome Emergency Plan has been prepared by Darwin International Airport as required by the Civil

    Aviation Safety Authority and in accordance with CASR 139 Division 139.210 requirements. The Aerodrome

    Emergency Plan forms Part 2 Section 2 of Darwin International Airport Operations Manual required under the

    terms of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) 139.095. The Manual has been endorsed by the Aerodrome

    Emergency Planning Committee.

    Although this publication forms part of the Darwin International Airport Aerodrome Operations Manual, it is issued

    as a stand-alone document in order to permit its issue to aerodrome emergency planning committee members

    without the need for members to have a full Aerodrome Operations Manual document.

    This plan is based on each agency, with a statutory responsibility, having in place appropriate supporting Standard

    Operating Procedures which deals with that agency’s response in accordance with this plan.

  • Aerodrome Emergency Plan|Prepared by: Aerodrome Emergency Committtee

    Uncontrolled if printed

    Version # 4.20 | Issue Date: August 2015 | Review Date: August 2016 ADMINISTRATION | ii

    Authority

    The Darwin International Airport Aerodrome Emergency Plan has been prepared and approved by the Aerodrome

    Emergency Planning Committee in accordance with the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 139.095 and under the

    Northern Territory Emergency Management Act 2013. It is issued by Darwin International Airport.

  • Aerodrome Emergency Plan|Prepared by: Aerodrome Emergency Committtee

    Uncontrolled if printed

    Version # 4.20 | Issue Date: August 2015 | Review Date: August 2016 ADMINISTRATION | iii

    Contents

    ADMINISTRATION ........................................................................................................... i

    Background ....................................................................................................................................................... i

    Authority .......................................................................................................................................................... ii

    Contents ......................................................................................................................................................... iii

    Definitions ....................................................................................................................................................... ix

    Abbreviations.................................................................................................................................................. xiv

    Document Control .......................................................................................................................................... xvii

    Amendment History ...................................................................................................................................... xviii

    Distribution..................................................................................................................................................... xix

    Contact List .................................................................................................................................................... xxi

    SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................... 1

    1.1. Aim ...................................................................................................................................................... 1

    1.2. Scope................................................................................................................................................... 1

    1.3. Legislation ............................................................................................................................................ 1

    1.4. Incident Scene Safety ........................................................................................................................... 1

    1.5. Jurisdiction ........................................................................................................................................... 2

    1.6. Protection of Aircraft Wreckage ............................................................................................................. 2

    1.7. Area Covered by the Plan ...................................................................................................................... 2

    1.8. Classifications ....................................................................................................................................... 2

    1.8.1. Local Standby ........................................................................................................................................... 2 1.8.2. Full Emergency ......................................................................................................................................... 3 1.8.3. Crash on the Airport.................................................................................................................................... 3 1.8.4. Crash Off Airport........................................................................................................................................ 3 1.8.5. Bomb Threat ............................................................................................................................................ 3 1.8.6. Unlawful Interference – Including Hijacking ........................................................................................................ 3 1.8.7. Fire Structural – Airport General ...................................................................................................................... 3 1.8.8. Hazardous Material or Chemical Incident (HAZMAT/HAZCHEM) .................................................................................. 4 1.8.9. Natural Disasters ....................................................................................................................................... 4

    1.9. Plan Overview ...................................................................................................................................... 4

    1.9.1. Inner Cordon ............................................................................................................................................ 5 1.9.2. Inner Perimeter ......................................................................................................................................... 5 1.9.3. Outer Perimeter......................................................................................................................................... 5

    1.10. Considerations ...................................................................................................................................... 5

    1.10.1. Hazardous Materials.................................................................................................................................... 6 1.10.2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) ................................................................................................................ 6 1.10.3. Explosive Ordnance .................................................................................................................................... 6 1.10.4. Aircraft Ejection Seats....................................................................