19 - EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

 

Action to be taken in the event of a
GLIDER / AIRCRAFT CRASH ON OR NEAR THE AIRFIELD

 

 

 

(a)         CALL AMBULANCE 999

             State "HUSBANDS BOSWORTH AIRFIELD, LEICESTERSHIRE

             Do not move pilot if in pain unless further risk of injury, e.g. fire.

             If injuries are fatal the body should only be moved under supervision of police/ambulance.

 

(b)         Station responsible person to man the gate to direct emergency services and control access to field.

 

(c)         Start log of events.

 

(d)         Appoint responsible person to man the phone and keep log.

 

(e)                                 Inform:-             CFI Alan Smith             07836 239543

                                                               Office                              01858 880521               

 

(f)          After assessment of damage/injury
Inform   Dept. of Transport AAIB                                      01252 512299 (24 hrs.).

             Request permission to move aircraft.

 

(g)         Notify police                                                                       0116 2222222 FOR INFORMATION ONLY and ask them to notify next of kin if necessary.  If possible, find a friend to accompany them.

 

(h)         Take witness statements, photographs, make sketches as appropriate.

 

(i)                                  Inform:-             Flight Safety Officer  Rory Ellis             07811 111274  or 01858 880653

                                                 

                                       BGA Office                                               0116 2531051

 

                                       Regional Safety Officer via BGA

                                      

 

(j)          Prepare press statement. (Manager/Deputy only)

 

(k)         Note if third party claims are likely.

 

(l)          Complete Accident Report Form and Insurance Form as far as possible.

 

 


EMERGENCY PROCEDURES                                                                                                     

 

Action to be taken in the event of a

GLIDER / AIRCRAFT REPORTED CRASHED

 

When a report is received from a reliable source (e.g. police or other emergency service) the following action should be taken:-

 

Collect as much information as possible from the report to enable identification of the aircraft and pilot.

 

Questions should include:-

 

                                     (i)                       Powered aircraft or glider.

                                     (ii)                       Registration, comp no. or tail letters.

                                     (iii)                      Colour scheme.

                                     (iv)                      Aircraft type.

                                     (v)                      Pilot I.D.

                                     (vi)                      Location of the accident (including lats/longs if possible).

                                     (vii)                     Contact names and telephone numbers of local police with additional witness contacts.

 

If the aircraft is positively identified as NOT belonging to the Gliding Centre then advice should be given to the reporting person as to the best way to ascertain the base airfield.

 

 

SUBSEQUENT ACTION TO BE TAKEN FOLLOWING

IDENTIFICATION OF GLIDER / AIRCRAFT AS BEING BASED at Husbands Bosworth

 

(a)         Start log of events to include details of reporting person and above information.

 

(b)         Follow actions on PAGE 1 for actions following a crash on or near the airfield.

 

(c)         Send crew with fully briefed responsible person in charge to assess situation, noting third party claims and reporting back.  The crew must not take any independent action nor admit liability.

 

 


EMERGENCY PROCEDURES                                                                                                     

 

Action to be taken in the event of a

GLIDER / AIRCRAFT MISSING

 

Primary action

 

(a)         Ensure aircraft is genuinely missing.  Search trailer, park/hanger, enquire after crew, make radio call, enquire of other pilots on same task.

 

(b)         Check aircraft details, intentions (from cross country log) and start log of events.

 

(c)         Telephone any intermediate airfields by pilots intentions.

 

(d)         Wait at least 30 minutes after it has ceased to be soarable before proceeding.

 

 

THEN:   Secondary action - if aircraft is still missing

 

(e)                                 Inform Duty Instructor

 

                                     Inform CFI                      Alan Smith                                  07836 239543

             Inform Safety Officer     Rory Ellis                                    07811 111274   or 01858 880653        

           

 

(f)                                  Telephone Watch Supervisor London Air Traffic Control Centre

                                                                        (LATCC) (01895 444077) and explain situation.

 

Ask if they have any reports.  ASK FOR THEIR ADVICE AND FOLLOW IT.

 

IMPORTANT: If aircraft returns or any reports are received, inform the Watch Supervisor, LATCC immediately. 

 

 

 

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES                                                                                                     

 

Action to be taken in the event of a

PERSONAL INJURY (no associated aircraft damage)

 

(a)         If medical treatment required call ambulance 999 -

             State HUSBANDS BOSWORTH AIRFIELD, LEICESTERSHIRE LE17 6JJ.

 

(b)         If injury serious:

 

             Inform Office                  01858 880521

                                    

                                     Inform CFI                      Alan Smith                                  07836 239543

 

(c)         Start log of events.

 

(d)         If person is seriously or fatally injured, provide police with next of kin details and allow police to inform them. On no account should the next of kin be contacted directly

 

                    Contact                                       Police    0116 222 2222 and ask them to deal with this.

 

(e)         Complete Accident Report Form with all relevant details and witness statements.

 

 

 

Action to be taken in the event of a
GLIDER / AIRCRAFT CRASH ON OR NEAR THE AIRFIELD

 

 

 

(a)         CALL AMBULANCE 999

             State "HUSBANDS BOSWORTH AIRFIELD, LEICESTERSHIRE

             Do not move pilot if in pain unless further risk of injury, e.g. fire.

             If injuries are fatal the body should only be moved under supervision of police/ambulance.

 

(b)         Station responsible person to man the gate to direct emergency services and control access to field.

 

(c)         Start log of events.

 

(d)         Appoint responsible person to man the phone and keep log.

 

(e)                                 Inform:-             CFI Alan Smith             07836 239543

                                                               Office                              01858 880521               

 

(f)          After assessment of damage/injury
Inform   Dept. of Transport AAIB                                      01252 512299 (24 hrs.).

             Request permission to move aircraft.

 

(g)         Notify police                                                                       0116 2222222 FOR INFORMATION ONLY and ask them to notify next of kin if necessary.  If possible, find a friend to accompany them.

 

(h)         Take witness statements, photographs, make sketches as appropriate.

 

(i)                                  Inform:-             Flight Safety Officer  Rory Ellis             07811 111274  or 01858 880653

                                                 

                                       BGA Office                                               0116 2531051

 

                                       Regional Safety Officer via BGA

                                      

 

(j)          Prepare press statement. (Manager/Deputy only)

 

(k)         Note if third party claims are likely.

 

(l)          Complete Accident Report Form and Insurance Form as far as possible.

 

 


EMERGENCY PROCEDURES                                                                                                     

 

Action to be taken in the event of a

GLIDER / AIRCRAFT REPORTED CRASHED

 

When a report is received from a reliable source (e.g. police or other emergency service) the following action should be taken:-

 

Collect as much information as possible from the report to enable identification of the aircraft and pilot.

 

Questions should include:-

 

                                     (i)                       Powered aircraft or glider.

                                     (ii)                       Registration, comp no. or tail letters.

                                     (iii)                      Colour scheme.

                                     (iv)                      Aircraft type.

                                     (v)                      Pilot I.D.

                                     (vi)                      Location of the accident (including lats/longs if possible).

                                     (vii)                     Contact names and telephone numbers of local police with additional witness contacts.

 

If the aircraft is positively identified as NOT belonging to the Gliding Centre then advice should be given to the reporting person as to the best way to ascertain the base airfield.

 

 

SUBSEQUENT ACTION TO BE TAKEN FOLLOWING

IDENTIFICATION OF GLIDER / AIRCRAFT AS BEING BASED at Husbands Bosworth

 

(a)         Start log of events to include details of reporting person and above information.

 

(b)         Follow actions on PAGE 1 for actions following a crash on or near the airfield.

 

(c)         Send crew with fully briefed responsible person in charge to assess situation, noting third party claims and reporting back.  The crew must not take any independent action nor admit liability.

 

 

 


EMERGENCY PROCEDURES                                                                                                     

 

Action to be taken in the event of a

GLIDER / AIRCRAFT MISSING

 

Primary action

 

(a)         Ensure aircraft is genuinely missing.  Search trailer, park/hanger, enquire after crew, make radio call, enquire of other pilots on same task.

 

(b)         Check aircraft details, intentions (from cross country log) and start log of events.

 

(c)         Telephone any intermediate airfields by pilots intentions.

 

(d)         Wait at least 30 minutes after it has ceased to be soarable before proceeding.

 

 

THEN:   Secondary action - if aircraft is still missing

 

(e)                                 Inform Duty Instructor

 

                                     Inform CFI                      Alan Smith                                  07836 239543

             Inform Safety Officer     Rory Ellis                                    07811 111274   or 01858 880653        

           

 

(f)                                  Telephone Watch Supervisor London Air Traffic Control Centre

                                                                        (LATCC) (01895 444077) and explain situation.

 

Ask if they have any reports.  ASK FOR THEIR ADVICE AND FOLLOW IT.

 

IMPORTANT: If aircraft returns or any reports are received, inform the Watch Supervisor, LATCC immediately. 

 

If crash reported and aircraft identified - Follow actions on PAGE 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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