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Safeguarding aerodromes, technical sites and explosives storage areas

Great Britain. Department of the Environment.

Safeguarding aerodromes, technical sites and explosives storage areas

town and country planning (aerodromes and technical sites) direction 1992.

by Great Britain. Department of the Environment.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCircular / Department of the Environment -- 2/92, Circular / Welsh Office -- 5/92
ContributionsGreat Britain. Welsh Office.
The Physical Object
Pagination11p.
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21109722M
ISBN 100117525642
OCLC/WorldCa59945927

Manufacture of explosives, storage of more than kg of explosives, or Manufacture and storage of ANBI Please complete the application form (LP41) and attach a ‘draft’ licence, which should include the following: an explosives schedule (lists all explosives which can be present at the site)File Size: KB. information storage and retrieval system, without prior written permission from: Director, Safety and Technical Affairs Airports Council International Safety Management Systems Handbook First Edition () Copies of this publication are available from: Publications Department Airports Council International P.O. Box Rue du Square Victoria. • explosives; or • detonators wired for operation, e.g. shot firing. Security Introduction As part of the inspection and when enquiring into the storage of the explosives, the ELO will have regard to the security of the explosives storage facility and their surroundings. HSE guidance. Irish Aviation Authority, The Times Building, D'Olier Street, Dublin 2, D02 T


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Safeguarding aerodromes, technical sites and explosives storage areas by Great Britain. Department of the Environment. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Safeguarding maps for military aerodromes, technical sites and explosives storage areas are certified by the Secretary of State for Defence. A safeguarding map is issued to each local planning. Safeguarding aerodromes, technical sites and military explosives storage areas Published 4 November Last updated 22 December — see all updates.

Explains provisions of the Town and Country Planning (Safeguarded Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas) Directionand covers arrangements for safeguarding aerodrome, technical sites and explosive storage areas. Document History Originally published by Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM).

Safeguarding aerodromes circular. The aerodrome safeguarding process for officially safeguarded aerodromes is included in UK legislation technical sites and explosives storage areas book an integral part of the Planning Process.

It is set out in Circular 01/ ‘Safeguarding of Aerodromes, Technical Sites & Military Explosives Storage Areas: The TownFile Size: KB. The Town and Safeguarding aerodromes Planning (Safeguarded Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas) Directionwhich is reproduced at Annex 1 of this Circular and which comes into effect on 10 Februaryapplies to military explosives storage areas in.

Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas) Direction (b) Scotland. (i) Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act (ii) The Town and Country Planning (General Development Procedure) Orderin specific Circular 16/82 Safeguarding of Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Explosive Storage Safeguarding aerodromes Size: 52KB.

It is set out in Circular 01/ ‘Safeguarding of Aerodromes, Technical Sites & Military Explosives Storage Areas: The Town & Country Planning (Safeguarded aerodromes, Safeguarding aerodromes Sites & Military Explosives Storage Areas) Circular 02/ for Scotland, available at Aerodrome safeguarding covers a number of aspects.

The aerodrome safeguarding process is included in UK Legislation as an integral Safeguarding aerodromes of planning procedures as outlined in the Town technical sites and explosives storage areas book Country Planning (Safeguarded Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas) (Scotland) Direction CIR 02/ Safeguarding aerodromes of aerodromes, technical sites and military explosives storage areas: the Town and Country Planning (Safeguarded Aerodromes, Technical Sites, Meteorological Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas) (Scotland) Direction (revised) Publication Year Document Status.

CAP Safeguarding of Aerodromes Revision History Page 1 Revision History 1st Edition February CAP offers guidance to those responsible for the safe operation of an aerodrome or technical site, to help them assess what impact a proposed development or construction might have on that operation.

This assessment is known as Safeguarding. The process by which developments in the vicinity of the aerodrome are referred for consultation is set out in the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act (as amended) and Circular 2/ Town and Country Planning (Safeguarding Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas) (Scotland) Safeguarding aerodromes PANS Aerodromes Doc • SL AN 4//44 dated 19 April •.

SLe-Proposed Amen to Ann14 Vol I &PANS • The proposed amendment to An Volume I and PANS-Aerodromes is envisaged for applicability on 8 November • Will include beside others; minimum separation distances,File Size: KB. Safeguarding of Aerodromes: Obstacle Limitation Surfaces.

Airport resources at : K. Town and Country Planning (Safeguarding Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosive Storage Areas) (Scotland) Direction This map is issued in accordance with the above Direction and is the official safeguarding map for Aberdeen Airport.

Required consultation as indicated by this map shall be addressed to the. Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas – see: ); each officially licensed aer odrome is responsible for its own Safeguarding procedures and hence, it.

Safeguarding Advice Note 3 – August 2 Aerodromes work hard to apply control methods and manage the risks posed by birds on and near the airfield. They do this through the implementation of effective habitat management and active deterrence measures.

Birds moving between sites located off the. Safeguarding of Aerodromes The need for tall and narrow profile structures located outside aerodrome safeguarding zones to be lit in areas used for military low flying training is assessed and managed separately by the Ministry of Defence.

Safeguarding Advice Note. Aerodromes including all guidance materials issued by the competent authority on Safeguarding. Establish and implement aerodrome safeguarding protection applicable to the aerodrome on a map to be reviewed and certified by CAA to be updated from time.

(c) See the Town and Country Planning (Safeguarded Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas) Directionwhich is annexed to Joint Circular 01/ issued on 27 January by the Office of the Deputy PrimeFile Size: KB. SAFEGUARDING OF AERODROMES Advice Note 6 Potential Bird Hazards from Sustainable Urban Drainage Schemes (SUDS) 1.

Introduction Aerodrome safeguarding ensures the safety of aircraft and their occupants when in the vicinity of an aerodrome by controlling potentially hazardous development and activity around it.

An overview of. Safeguarding zone: An area defined in Circular 01/ Safeguarding aerodromes, technical sites and military explosives storage areas, to safeguard such sites. Setting of a heritage asset: The surroundings in which a heritage asset is experienced.

Its extent is not fixed and may change as the asset and its surroundings evolve. 1st Issue - January 2 Safeguarding Advice Note 5 Gulls visiting a landfill near an aerodrome can be hazardous in several ways: a) On the Aerodrome: large numbers of gulls commute to a landfill daily and spend most of the day in its vicinity, even though they may feed on the site for only a few minutes or, perhaps, not at Size: 21KB.

Mr Lembit Öpik (Montgomeryshire): To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions, if his Department will incorporate the text of paragraph 9 to the annexe to Circular 2/92 in the final wording of the paper on 'Safeguarding Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas'; and if he will make a.

AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT REPORT 3/ Air Accidents Investigation Branch Report on the accident to Agusta AE, G-CRST Near Vauxhall Bridge, Central London on 16 January This investigation has been conducted in accordance with Annex 13 to the ICAO Convention on International Civil Aviation.

Defense Sites. Locations that are or were owned by, leased to, or otherwise possessed or used by the Department of Defense. The term does not include any operational range, operating storage or manufacturing facility, or facility that is used for or was permitted for. Leading Aerodrome Safeguarding & OLS Surveying Training Course Globally.

KEY ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED AT THIS PROFESSIONAL TRAINING COURSE. Ensuring aerodrome operations are in compliance with ICAO Annex 14 standards; Exploring types of Obstacle Limitation Surfaces and its relationships towards daily airport operations.

Note 1: Hazardous materials include explosives, flammable liquids and solids, corrosive liquids, compressed gases, and magnetised or radioactive materials.

Note 2: The arrangements to deal with an accidental spillage of hazardous materials are to be set out in the aerodrome emergency plan.

DOD Directive Environmental and Explosives Safety Management on Operational Ranges Outside the United States DOD Manual M Ammunition and Explosives Safety Standards (Volumes ) Vol 1 General Explosives Safety Information and Requirements. Article Storage of Explosives.

Return to index New query § Storage General Requirements. § Quantity and Distances Table for the Storage of Explosives--Class A. § Quantity and Distance Table for Storage of Explosives--Class B Distances in Feet When Storage Is Unbarricaded.

§ First-Class Magazines. CAP Safeguarding of Aerodromes. Title: Safeguarding of Aerodromes Description: This document offers guidance to those responsible for the safe operation of an aerodrome or a technical site, to help them assess what impact a proposed development or construction might have on that operation.

11 The official safeguarding system is set out in the Town and Country Planning (Safeguarded Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas) Direction (included at Annex I of Circular 01/) ("the Direction").

The safeguarding consultee for London City Airport is the operator, London City Airport Limited. ASD has advised many aerodromes, large and small, licensed and unlicensed, on the safeguarding implications of individual structures, including internal developments, buildings, cellphone masts and wind turbines.

In add ition, ASD has produced many safeguarding charts for all types of airfield. COMPLIANCE QUESTION BANK QB25 AERODROME SAFEGUARDING SAFEGUARDING OF AERODROMES [QB Aerodrome Safeguarding: Q2/] No Question Y/N State where this is documented (Detailed location reference required or evidence attached to the form).

Other comments. and which should be. extinguished, screened or otherwise modified. Country Planning (Safeguarded Aerodromes, Technical Sites and Military Explosives Storage Areas) Direction (included at Annex I of Circular 01/) ("the Direction").

12 The official safeguarding system is set out in the Direction and operates by placing the. explosives, ammunition, or other hazardous material (para a and ). o Adds information on DOD explosives safety surveys (para f). o Changes construction requirements for explosives buildings (para ).

o Provides changes to requirements for barricaded open storage modules and. annex 14 (aerodrome) 1. cover sheet to amendments 8 and 9 international standards and recommended practices aerodromes annex 14to the convention on international civil aviation volume i aerodrome design and operations fourth edition — july international civil aviation organization.

Given that London City Airport is the only airport actually in London, safeguarding is of particular importance.

Therefore, we operate a comprehensive aerodrome safeguarding policy to ensure the Airport is consulted on planning applications and any other activities which may. Viewing News Article: HSE issues guidance on safeguarding explosives on the Arco website. explosives in harbour areas in nato countries.v-e-1 annex v-f regulations for transport of military ammunition and explosives in harbours of nato countriesv-f-error.

bookmark not defined. annex v-g national points of contact for sea regulations.v-g-error. bookmark not defined. Safeguarded area for the storage of defence munitions.

Gosport Borough Local Plan Adopted October Policy LP Within the Borough there are military Safeguarded Areas at Bedenham, Fleetlands, Frater and the aerodrome at Lee-on-the-Solent. UK HSE publishes updated explosives regulations.

12 Pdf The UK Health & Safety Executive's Explosives Regulations will come into force on 1 Octoberand the Approved Code of Practice to the Manufacture and Storage of Explosives Regulations will be withdrawn.d) Technical Site Safeguarding.

Physical characteristics, such as the size, shape and construction materials, of a pr oposed development may affect the performance of aeronautical systems at or near an aerodrome. In addition, the siting of telecommunication or other radiating equipment can cause adverse electromagnetic interference to these.The Regulations permit ebook storage of this material to make an explosive on site.

With this exception, this material can only be imported, stored and kept under an exemption certificate from HSE. For further information, please see the guidance to the exemptions for Ammonium Nitrate Materials.