Practices in Airport Emergency Plans (ACRP Synthesis Report 115)
This report gathers and presents information from airports across the country on their Airport Emergency Plans (AEPs). These plans and the related practices help to define the roles of different stakeholders during emergencies, identify potential threats to the airport, and establish protocols for communication in the event of an emergency. In this report, case studies from seven airports are presented highlighting their successful practices and lessons learned. The airports are: Charlotte Douglas International Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, McCarran International Airport, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Boulder City Municipal Airport, and Centennial Airport.
Resource Types: Research Report
Capabilities: Communication, Organization & People
Management Processes: Risk Management, Strategic Direction