Upon course completion, the student will be able to:
1. Understand and apply airport certification requirements and the involvement of both the FAA and the airport in compliance issues.
2. Prepare and/or evaluate an Airport Certification Manual in accordance with guidelines set forth in FAR
139. 3. Demonstrate winter operations impact on safety. Create a snow plan in accordance with FAA AC 150/5200-30*.
4. Analyze airport aircraft rescue and fire fighting requirements as set forth in FAR
139. The implication of proper index capability is reviewed.
5. Evaluate the handling of hazardous materials and fueling operations conducted at an airport.
6. Write/evaluate an Airport Emergency Plan utilizing FAR 139 and AC150-5200-31*.
7. Conduct an airport self inspection, report findings and recommend corrective actions in accordance with applicable regulations.
8. Evaluate and mitigate risk factors associated with construction operations at airports.
9. Identify, assess and develop mitigation strategies to comply with wildlife management requirements both from the standpoint of protection and control.
10. Identify, evaluate and mitigate risk factors associated with Runway Safety.
11. Identify, assess and mitigate risk factors associated with hazardous materials handling and fueling operations.
12. Analyze and mitigate the environmental impact of airports in accordance with EPA guidelines.
13. Understand and apply Safety Management Systems to airport operations and certification.