27 APRIL 2015
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The trade body mainly for the legacy airlines, IATA (International Air Transport Association), has announced the publication of the first edition of its Emergency Response Best Practices Handbook. Let us hope that airlines that are not members, and these include easyJet and Ryanair, find the US$299 required to purchase the book.
This online guidance material provides purchasers with information critical to building effective emergency response plans for ground service providers, airports and other aviation-related activities.
The handbook provides comprehensive step-by-step guidance on how to plan and implement actions such as humanitarian responses, go-team management, crisis communications and drills and exercises. It is designed to give operators the tools necessary to respond to an incident or accident or build on their existing emergency response protocols. IATA has partnered with industry emergency response experts from around the globe to compile this first-of-its-kind document. www.iata.org/publications/pages/erp-handbook.aspx
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