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Sofema Online (SOL)  www.sofemaonline.com provides considerations related to best practice to deliver an effective Emergency Response Plan - ERP

Introduction

The impact of any emergency or crisis can be far reaching and without doubt it is essential to deal sensitively in the most effective way and to protect the good name of the organisation.

ERP Managers and Nominated Deputies need to have the competence to manage the organisation both into a crises situation, to manage correctly and to return to normal operations following the standing down of the various ERP & Go Team Activities.

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SofemaOnline (SOL)  considers primary factors related to the effectiveness of Emergency Response Training Programs.

Training is essential for all levels of staff who are required to engage with the Emergency across a range of disciplines and activities

Training Staff for emergencies is a challenge for many organisations as there is no immediate benefit following the training, simply it is an insurance against exposure to an incident, accident, or unforeseen event and Staff who are not involved in Emergency Response Systems on a daily basis will need to have appropriate training related to their roles and responsibilities.

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EASA Regulatory Drivers for Emergency Response Plan (ERP)

Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers requirements and best practices related to the implementation and management of an effective ERP.

Introduction - AMC1 ORO.GEN.200(a)(3) Management system

Concerning the emergency response plan (ERP)

An ERP should be established that provides the actions to be taken by the operator or specified individuals in an emergency.

The ERP should reflect the size, nature and complexity of the activities performed by the operator.

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SofemaOnline (www.sofemaonline.com) takes a look at fire safety.

Understanding simple rules can help us to do the right thing when we are faced with a Fire Emergency.

Ensuring Fire safety means understanding the set of practices which are intended to reduce the exposure to the risk of Fire under any circumstances.

Fire safety measures include all activities and behaviours which are intended to prevent the possibility of an uncontrolled fire.

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Introduction

Whilst Aircraft fuel-tank entry is essential for both inspection and modification it poses a number of hazards to maintenance personnel performing the work.

Fuel-tank work can be accomplished as required without placing personnel at risk through effective preparation and training.

The Maintenance Organisation should strive to ensure a safe, healthy work environment for fuel-tank personnel by identifying potential hazards, developing control measures, and instructing personnel in the specific procedures to be followed during all Aircraft fuel-tank maintenance activities.

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