Madt Ppt Contractors 031909 (Pdf)


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Mini-version of the airfield Movement Area Driver Training targeted at contractors prior to a taxiway rehabilitation job

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Madt Ppt Contractors 031909 (Pdf)

  1. 1. Airfield Familiarization & Safety Meeting Taxiway Rehabilitation Project
  2. 2. PROJECT DETAILS Purpose: Rehabilitation of Taxiway S Location of Proposed Closure: Taxiway S, between Taxiways S2 & U Note: Taxiways S2 & S3 will be closed; Taxiway U & Y will remain active at all times Contractors: AP Construction: Phases 8 & 9 Anderson Construction: Taxiway Rehab Project Duration; Work Hours: 29 days; 07:00 – 15:00 Proposed Start Date: April 1, 2009
  3. 3. U Y UPS Location of Proposed Closure
  4. 4. Location of Proposed Closure (Closeup)
  5. 5. SAFETY BRIEFINGS Safety Briefing w/ Operations Officer required before start of work day & prior to entering Movement Area Location: Staging Area west of Deice Spot #7 Discussion Topics: Synopsis of work to be performed Runway Configuration & Aircraft Traffic Flow Weather & Other Special Factors Staging Area
  6. 6. General Aircraft Traffic Flow 27 Operations : Departures: Taxiways Z to S to Y to P to N to 27L Arrivals: On Runway 27R – No Impact Potential UPS traffic crossing at Taxiways U & Y 9 Operations: Departures: Taxiways Z to S to Y to W to 9L Arrivals: On Runway 9R primarily exiting @ S6, S4 or S1 Emergencies (Alert 1/2/3): Runway 27L: Primary high speed exits S5, S9 or Z Runway 9R: Primary high speed exits S6, S4 or S1
  7. 7. Contractors’ Checklist Followed marked, predetermined haul routes and/or flag person; flag person to have radio OR Nextel; provide Emergency Contact List Work area must be barricaded Remain on north edge of Taxiway S at all times Must have Valid DL & PHL ID Badge OR be under escort at all times
  8. 8. Contractors’ Checklist (contd.) Vehicles to be flagged and/or with beacon at all times, even in Visual Flight Rules (VFR). Good mechanical condition. Maintain speed limit, obey STOP signs & markings Remember aircraft always has right-of-way Be aware of current location at all times Be aware of high speed exits Call Airport 10 (215/906-5709) for issues, concerns or disorientation
  9. 9. Airfield Basics N R/W 17-35 R/W 8-26 W E R/W 9L-27R R/W 9R-27L S Movement/Non Movement Areas Runway Layout
  10. 10. Aviation Alphabet A Alpha N November B Bravo O Oscar C Charlie P Papa D Delta Q Quebec E Echo R Romeo F Foxtrot S Sierra G Golf T Tango H Hotel U Uniform I India V Victor J Juliet W Whiskey K Kilo X X-ray L Lima Y Yankee M Mike Z Zulu
  11. 11. General Movement/Non-Movement Areas Movement Area Boundary Marking: Single Solid & Dashed Lines 9R-27L 10,506’ x 200’ 9L-27R 9,502’ x 150’ 17-35 6,498’ x 150’ 8-26 5,000’ x 150’ Taxiways in sequence
  12. 12. Markings Runway White Taxiway Yellow Runway Holding Position Yellow
  13. 13. Markings – Runway Holding Position
  14. 14. Lighting Runway White Taxiway Centerline Green Taxiway Edge Blue Taxiway Centerline Lights Taxiway Edge Reflectors Taxiway Edge Lights
  15. 15. Runway Guard Lights (RGL) or Wig Wag Lights
  16. 16. Signage Mandatory Location Directional Information
  17. 17. ILS Critical Area Area protecting signals from navigational aids Location of concern: Taxiways W & Y Applicable when: Visibility is less than 3 miles OR Overcast clouds at 1000 feet or less (Note: Airport Beacon will be activated)
  18. 18. ILS Critical Area at Taxiways W & Y
  19. 19. ILS Critical Area Aids Following aids are helpful: ILS Critical Area Markings (looks like a ladder) ILS Critical Area Signage co-located with marking
  20. 20. Thank you for your time!
  21. 21. Questions & Answers