Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies

ACI - Global Safety Network Module 4 - Working with Annex 14

This course is ideally suited for Airside Safety Personnel and Planners who have already gained a basic knowledge of Airport Operations and Aerodrome design and who will be required to implement the Standards and Recommended Practices contained in ICAO Annex 14 - either through their Safety Management System or as part of a new Aerodrome Development. Our experienced Instructors will explain the complexities of the document through Case studies and practical experience gained from working at small, medium and large airports throughout the world. (Please note course fees indicated are for ACI Members/ACI World Business Partners. Please contact us for non-member pricing.)

Course Benefits

  • Explains in great detail how Annex 14 is used by Regulators, Airport Planners and Safety Personnel to ensure Standards are maintained
  • Prepares airports for safety audits
  • Gives participants excellent practical examples of applications
  • Explains how to deal with non-compliance whilst maintaining safety
  • Provides practical experience of working with Annex 14

Who Should Attend

  • Airport Operations and Safety personnel
  • Safety and Compliance Managers
  • Airport Planners and Designers
  • Duty Managers

Course Outline

  • Introduction – Aerodrome Codes
  • Aerodrome Physical Characteristics – Runways, Taxiways and Aprons
  • Pavement Types and Classification
  • Friction Measurement
  • Dual Runway Operations – separation of Runways / Taxiways
  • Obstacle Limitation Surfaces – Safeguarding and Legal Issues
  • Visual Aids to Navigation
  • Aerodrome Lighting
  • Signage
  • Marking of Obstacles
  • Aeronautical Studies

Course Prerequisite (s)

speak, read and write English.