This Toolkit page provides links to information to promote and develop best practice within the Rescue and Fire Fighting Service.
The information should not be seen as CAA policy, requirements or guidance, which are normally communicated by Civil Aviation Publications (CAPs) or Information Notice.
It is intended that the following will be available on this site as they are developed:
If you have any comments or questions regarding the above, please contact the Aerodrome Standards RFFS Specialist via email on email@example.com.
Information Paper IP-1 - Incident Command - information on the application of the Incident Command System at aerodromes and aircraft incidents
Information Paper IP-2 - Frameworks for Structured Learning Programmes - frameworks for Training Providers who wish to provide Structured Learning Programmes for RFFS Personnel
Information Paper IP-3 - Rescue and Fire Fighting Service Vehicle Driving - information on RFFS Emergency Response Vehicle Driving
Information Paper IP - 4 - Task and Resource Analysis - This guidance describes the stages that should be considered in carrying out a Task and Resource Analysis (TRA) to establish justification as to the minimum number of qualified/competent personnel required to deliver an effective Airport Rescue and Fire fighting Service (RFFS) to deal with an aircraft incident/accident.
Information Paper IP-6 - Foam and the Environment - information for purchasers of fire fighting foam on the effects on the environment
Information Paper IP-7 - Mutal Aid - information on the issues to be considered in mutual aid arrangements and emergency planning (civil contingencies)
Reference and Guidance for Personnel at Special Category Aerodromes - Initial Emergency Response Training Framework Document