Safety, Security & Compliance

Gold Coast Airport 2013 Emergency Exercise

More than 130 airport staff including the Gold Coast Airport response staff, Airport Fire Service, AFP, The Police, Fire and Ambulance crews from both QLD and NSW and airlines attended the Gold Coast Airport Emergency Exercise on Wednesday 21st August, 2013. This exercise training scenario was to test the effectiveness of the Airport Emergency Plan (AEP) and involved emergency agencies and individuals who would normally respond to a real-time emergency.

Emergency exercises enable agencies to practice annually their response, command, coordination and control functions through a range of scenarios. This year’s exercise was successfully based on a scenario developed by the Airport Emergency Committee, and involved a suspicious bag being found with a simulated explosion in the Terminal which was then attended by airport stakeholders and emergency services.

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SMS Newsletter July 2013

 

Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC)

An Aviation Security Identification Card, known as an ASIC, is an identification card which is used to identify a person who has been the subject of a background check. An ASIC is required to obtain unescorted access to the secure airside areas of security controlled airports that have regular public transport (RPT) services. ASICs are valid for up to two years.

The ASIC scheme is a layer of security that ensures that only people who have been background checked to a certain level are permitted to be in the secure areas of airports. The ASIC scheme aims to reduce the risk of unlawful interference with aviation, not just terrorism.

Apply online for your ASIC

Or click the below link to download an ASIC form for Gold Coast Airport

ASIC Application Form – Oct 2013

Rules for Drivers Operating Airside

 As the operator of an aerodrome licensed under the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations the Airport Operator is obliged to include in its Aerodrome Operations Manual particulars for the control of surface vehicles operating on, or in the vicinity of the movement area (CARS 1998 PART 139.095(j)  and is issued under the Airports (Control of On-Airport Activities) Regulations. .  Gold Coast Airport also has general duties of care under common law and obligations under Occupational Health and Safety Legislation, the Civil Aviation Regulations and the Air Navigation Regulations in relations to safety and security issued associated with surface vehicles operating in such areas

Click link below to download Gold Coast Airport Rules for Drivers Operating Airside.

Gold Coast Airport Rules for Operating Airside - DEC 2012


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