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Manual of Standards Amendment (No. 1) 2004

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Amendment of Manual of Standards (MOS) Subpart 139.H - Aerodrome Rescue and Fire Fighting Services
Administered by: DOTARS
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 s 54(2) item 9
Registered 21 Jan 2005
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR08-Feb-2005
Tabled Senate08-Feb-2005
Date of repeal 19 Mar 2014
Repealed by Civil Aviation (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014
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1 Paragraph 1.1.1.1
2 Paragraph 1.1.1.2
3 Paragraph 1.1.1.3
4 Subparagraphs 1.1.2.1 (a) and (b)
5 Paragraph 1.1.2.4
6 Paragraph 1.1.2.4
7 Paragraph 1.1.2.6
8 Paragraph 1.1.2.7
9 Paragraph 1.1.2.8
10 Paragraph 1.1.3.1
11 CASRs Paragraph 1.1.3.1
12 Paragraph 1.1.5.1
13 Paragraph 1.1.5.3
14 Subparagraph 1.1.6.1 (c)
15 Section 1.2, definition of Annex 14
16 Chapter 1, section 1.2, definitions
17 Section 1.2, definition of Air transport operation
18 Section 1.2, definition of CARs
19 Section 1.2, definition of CASR
20 Section 1.2, definition of ICAO
21 Section 1.2, definition of Licensee
22 Section 1.2, definition of Representative
23 Heading to Chapter 2 — CASR Reference
24 Paragraph 2.1.1.2
25 Paragraph 2.1.4.1
26 Paragraph 2.1.4.1
27 Paragraph 2.2.1.3
28 Heading to Chapter 3 — CASR Reference
29 Paragraph 3.1.2.2
30 Paragraph 3.1.3.2
31 Heading to Chapter 4 — CASR Reference
232 Paragraph 4.1.1.5
33 Heading to Chapter 5 — CASR Reference
34 Heading to Chapter 6 — CASR Reference
35 Paragraph 6.1.1.1
36 Paragraph 6.1.4.2
37 Paragraph 6.1.4.3
38 Paragraph 6.1.4.4
39 Heading to Chapter 7 — CASR Reference
40 Paragraph 7.1.1.5
41 Paragraph 7.1.2.3
42 Paragraph 7.1.3.1
43 Paragraph 7.1.3.3
44 Heading t o Chapter 8 — CASR Reference
45 Paragraph 8.1.1.1
46 Paragraph 8.1.1.1
47 Paragraph 8.1.1.5
48 Heading to Chapter 9 — CASR References
49 Paragraph 9.1.1
50 Paragraph 9.1.1.3
51 Paragraph 9.1.1.4
52 Heading to Chapter 10
53 Paragraph 10.1.1
54 After subsection 10.1.1
55 Heading to Chapter 11 — CASR Reference
56 Heading to Chapter 12 — CASR Reference
57 Paragraph 12.1.2.1
58 Paragraph 12.1.2.2
59 Heading to Chapter 13 — CASR References
60 Heading to Chapter 14 — CASR Reference
61 Paragraph 14.1.3.1
62 Paragraph 14.1.4.1
63 Heading to Chapter 15 — CASR References
64 Paragraph 15.1.1.1
65 Heading to Chapter 16 — CASR Reference
66 Paragraph 16.1.1.1
67 Paragraph 16.1.2.1
68 Section 16.1 (new Note)
69 Heading to Chapter 17 — CASR Reference
70 Heading to Chapter 18 — CASR Reference
71 Paragraph 18.1.1.3
72 Paragraph 18.1.1.8
73 Paragraph 18.1.1.9
74 Paragraph 18.1.1.10
75 Paragraph 18.1.1.10
76 Paragraph 18.1.1.11
77 Paragraph 18.1.1.16
78 Heading to Chapter 19 — CASR Reference
79 Subparagraph 19.1.1.1 (b)
80 Paragraph 19.1.4.7
81 Heading to Chapter 20 — CASR Reference
82 Paragraph 20.1.1.3
83 Paragraph 20.1.2.1
84 Paragraph 20.1.2.1
85 Paragraph 20.1.2.1
86 Paragraph 20.1.2.2
87 Paragraph 20.1.2.4
88 Paragraph 20.1.2.4
89 Paragraph 20.1.2.6
90 Subparagraph 20.1.3.2 (e)
91 Subparagraph 20.1.3.3 (a)
92 Subparagraph 20.1.3.3 (d)
93 Subparagraph 20.1.3.3 (f)
95 Subparagraph 20.1.3.3 (j)
96 Paragraph 20.1.3.7
97 Paragraph 20.1.3.9
98 Paragraph 20.1.3.11
99 Note 2 after paragraph 20.1.3.14
100 Heading to Chapter 21 — CASR Reference
101 Paragraph 21.1.1.1
102 Subparagraph 21.1.3.1
103 Heading to Chapter 22 — CASR Reference
104 Paragraph 22.1.1.1
105 Paragraph 22.1.1.3
106 Paragraph 22.1.2.1
107 Paragraph 22.1.2.2
108 Paragraph 22.1.4.3
109 Paragraph 22.1.5.1
110 Paragraph 22.1.5.2
111 Paragraph 22.1.6.1
112 Paragraph 22.1.6.1
113 Paragraph 22.1.6.2
114 Note after paragraph 22.1.6.2
115 Paragraph 22.1.7.1
116 Paragraph 22.1.7.5
117 Paragraph 22.1.7.5
118 Paragraph 22.1.8
119 Subparagraph 22.1.8.1 (a)
120 Heading to Chapter 23 — CASR Reference
121 Paragraph 23.1.1.1
122 Paragraph 23.1.1.4
123 Subparagraphs 23.1.1.4 (a), (b) and (c)
124 Heading to Chapter 24 — CASR Reference
125 Paragraph 24.1.1
126 Paragraph 24.1.1.1
127 Heading to Chapter 25 — CASR Reference
128 Paragraph 25.1.1.1
129 Heading to Chapter 26 — CASR Reference
130 Subparagraph 26.1.1.2 (a)
131 Heading to Chapter 27 — CASR Reference
132 Paragraph 27.1.2.1
133 Paragraph 27.1.2.2
134 Heading to Chapter 28 — CASR Reference
135 Paragraph 28.1.1.1
136 Paragraph 28.1.1.1
137 Paragraph 28.1.1.2
138 Paragraph 28.1.2
139 Heading to Chapter 29 — CASR Reference
140 Paragraph 29.1.1.2

 

 

 

CIVIL AVIATION ACT 1988

 

CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY REGULATIONS 1998

 

MANUAL OF STANDARDS AMENDMENT (No. 1) 2004

 

MOS SUBPART 139.H — AERODROME RESCUE AND
FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

 

 

I, WILLIAM BRUCE BYRON, Director of Aviation Safety, on behalf of CASA, under regulation 139.712 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR 1998) issue the following amendment of the Manual of Standards (MOS) — Subpart 139.H.

 

 

 

[signed Bruce Byron]

 

 

Bruce Byron

Director of Aviation Safety and

   Chief Executive Officer

 

31 December 2004

 

1           Name of Instrument

 

1.1        This instrument is the Manual of Standards Amendment (No. 1) 2004.

2           Commencement

 

2.1        This instrument starts having effect on gazettal.

3           Amendment of Manual of Standards (MOS) Subpart 139.H — Aerodrome Rescue and Fire Fighting Services

 

3.1        Schedule 1 amends Manual of Standards (MOS) — Subpart 139.H.

 

 

SCHEDULE 1 —  AMENDMENT OF MANUAL OF STANDARDS (MOS) SUBPART 139.H —AERODROME RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1           Paragraph 1.1.1.1

             omit

ARFFS stated in this Part will be established by Civil Aviation Regulation 139.H, which reflects

             insert

Aerodrome Rescue and Fire Fighting Services (ARFFS) reflects

2           Paragraph 1.1.1.2

             substitute

  1.1.1.2   Where there is a difference between a standard prescribed in SARPs and a standard prescribed in the Manual of Standards (MOS), the MOS standard prevails.

3           Paragraph 1.1.1.3

             substitute

  1.1.1.3   Subpart 139.H of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASRs) sets out general standards with which an ARFFS must comply. The MOS sets out the detailed requirements, as authorised by the CASRs.

4           Subparagraphs 1.1.2.1 (a) and (b)

             substitute

                (a)   the relevant CASRs; and

                (b)  the MOS; and

5           Paragraph 1.1.2.4

             after

scrutiny

             insert

and disallowance

6           Paragraph 1.1.2.4

             add at the end

                        Note:      The Legislative Instruments Act 2003 (LIA), which will come into operation on 1 January 2005, will replace the regime referred to in paragraph 1.1.2.4. Upon the commencement of that Act, the MOS will be regarded as a legislative instrument under section 5 of the LIA. Different rules will apply in relation to tabling; publication in the Gazette will be replaced by registration in the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments).

                                        Under section 5 of the LIA:

                                        A legislative instrument is an instrument in writing:

·         that is of a legislative character; and

·         that is or was made in the exercise of a power delegated by the Parliament.

                                        An instrument is taken to be of a legislative character if:

·         it determines the law or alters the content of the law, rather than applying the law in a particular case; and

·         it has the direct or indirect effect of affecting a privilege or interest, imposing an obligation, creating a right, or varying or removing an obligation or right.

7           Paragraph 1.1.2.6

             omit

8           Paragraph 1.1.2.7

             after

providers

             insert

and operators

9           Paragraph 1.1.2.8

             omit

Regulations

             insert

CASRs

10         Paragraph 1.1.3.1

             omit

Notwithstanding the above, where

             insert

Where

11         CASRs Paragraph 1.1.3.1

             omit

Manual of Standards (MOS)

             insert

MOS

12         Paragraph 1.1.5.1

             omit

Manual of Standards (MOS)

             insert

MOS

13         Paragraph 1.1.5.3

             omit

intimated

             insert

initiated

14         Subparagraph 1.1.6.1 (c)

             omit

9002: 1944

15         Section 1.2, definition of Annex 14

             omit

Organisation

             insert

Organization

16         Chapter 1, section 1.2, definitions

             insert the following definitions

 

Appliance

A fire service operational vehicle used in response to a fire, incident or accident.

 

Flotation Platform

Any device acceptable to CASA for the support of passengers and crew in the water.

 

Operational Vehicle

An ARFFS vehicle that responds airside in an emergency and is fitted with rotating beacon, emergency alerting device and operational radio.

17         Section 1.2, definition of Air transport operation

             omit

remuneration or hire

             insert

hire or reward

                        Note:      The definition of Air transport operation in section 1.2 will also be removed from its present location to its correct position in alphabetic sequence (before the definition of Annex 14).

18         Section 1.2, definition of CARs

             omit

Civil Aviation Regulations 1998

             substitute

Civil Aviation Regulations 1988

19         Section 1.2, definition of CASR

             omit

Civil Aviation Safety Regulation

             substitute

Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998

20         Section 1.2, definition of ICAO

             omit

Organisation

             insert

Organization

21         Section 1.2, definition of Licensee

             substitute

 

Licensee

The holder of an aerodrome licence issued under Part 9 of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 or an aerodrome certificate granted under regulation 139.050 of the CASRs

 

22         Section 1.2, definition of Representative

             omit

the Authority

             insert

CASA

23         Heading to Chapter 2 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.710, 139.755, 139.765, 139.795 and 139.800

24         Paragraph 2.1.1.2

             substitute

  2.1.1.2   Where there is a change in the size of aircraft using an aerodrome that, on applying the standard set out in Chapter 3, is seen to require a reduction or increase in the aerodrome category, the ARFFS provider must submit to CASA a Safety Case based on the standard set out in Chapter 3 in order to obtain approval of the necessary reduction or increase in the ARFFS.

25         Paragraph 2.1.4.1

             omit

criteria Level 1 or Level 2

             insert

Level 1 in accordance with paragraph 139.755 (2) (b)

26         Paragraph 2.1.4.1

             omit

critical aircraft using the aerodrome within a period not exceeding 12 months

             insert

aircraft using the aerodrome

27         Paragraph 2.2.1.3

             omit


28         Heading to Chapter 3 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.712, 139.715 and 139.755

29         Paragraph 3.1.2.2

             omit

ensue

             insert

ensure

30         Paragraph 3.1.3.2

             omit all words after and including

Chapter 25,

             insert

CHAPTER 25 — INTERRUPTION OR CHANGE TO LEVEL OF OPERATIONAL SERVICE AND CONTINGENCY PLANS

31         Heading to Chapter 4 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.795, 139.800 and 139.805

232       Paragraph 4.1.1.5

             omit

ADR

             insert

Australian Design Rules (ADR)

33         Heading to Chapter 5 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.795, 139.800 and 139.805


34         Heading to Chapter 6 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.710, 139.755, 139.771, 139.772 and 139.800

35         Paragraph 6.1.1.1

             after

position

             insert

at the aircraft or site of the incident or accident

36         Paragraph 6.1.4.2

             omit

off aerodrome

             insert

off-aerodrome

37         Paragraph 6.1.4.3

             omit

On aerodrome

             insert

On-aerodrome

38         Paragraph 6.1.4.4

             omit

include

             insert

require

39         Heading to Chapter 7 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.785 and 139.795

40         Paragraph 7.1.1.5

             substitute

  7.1.1.5   The ARFFS provider may, with CASA approval, substitute extra complementary agent in place of water capacity in accordance with the ICAO formula in Annex 14, Chapter 9.

41         Paragraph 7.1.2.3

             omit

production

             insert

discharge

42         Paragraph 7.1.3.1

             substitute

  7.1.3.1   A reserve supply of foam concentrate, complementary agent and expellant gas cylinders equivalent to 200% of the quantities of those agents to be provided in the rescue and fire fighting vehicles for the aerodrome category must be maintained on the aerodrome for vehicle replenishment purposes.  If a delay greater than 7 days is reasonably anticipated in replenishing a reserve supply, the amount of reserve supply should be increased to provide for the anticipated delay.

43         Paragraph 7.1.3.3

             substitute

  7.1.3.3   Hydrants with a minimum flow of 30 l/s must be available for the refilling of emergency fire service vehicles. The hydrants must be easily accessible and identified in the ARFFS SOPs.

44         Heading to Chapter 8 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR Reference:    Regulation 139.825

45         Paragraph 8.1.1.1

             before

regularly

             insert

be

46         Paragraph 8.1.1.1

             omit

operation

             insert

operational

47         Paragraph 8.1.1.5

             omit all words after

list.

             insert

All testing must be carried out in accordance with AS, State or Federal Government requirements. If there is a conflict, whichever requirement is the most stringent must apply.

48         Heading to Chapter 9 — CASR References

             substitute

             CASR References:   Paragraph 139.712 (f), regulations 139.770 and 139.775

49         Paragraph 9.1.1

             add at the end

— Level 1

50         Paragraph 9.1.1.3

             after

air

             insert

transport

51         Paragraph 9.1.1.4

             substitute

  9.1.1.4   At aerodromes where the daily coverage is for less than 24 hours, the ARFFS must be fully operational for a minimum of 15 minutes before the first scheduled aircraft movement for the day, whether it is an arrival or departure. Also, the operational crew must remain on duty and in operational readiness for 15 minutes following the last aircraft movement for the day, whether it is an arrival or departure.

52         Heading to Chapter 10

             substitute

CHAPTER 10: SAFETY HAZARD, RISK MANAGEMENT AND SAFETY HAZARD SYSTEMS

             CASR References    Paragraph 139.712 (f), regulations 139.765, 139.890, 139.895 and 139.900

53         Paragraph 10.1.1

             substitute

Subsection 10.1.1       Standard: Operational Risk Assessment

54         After subsection 10.1.1

             insert

Subsection 10.1.2       Standard: Safety Management System

10.1.2.1   A Safety Management System (SMS) defines the policies, procedures and practices for managing the safety of the provision of services and any changes in their provision.

10.1.2.2   Features of Safety Management System

                The necessary features of an SMS are:

                       (a)   the service provider’s safety policy and objectives;

                       (b)   the organisational and staff responsibilities for safety matters;

                       (c)   the establishment of the levels of safety that apply to the services, and the monitoring of the levels of safety achieved;

                       (d)   the process for internal safety reviews;

                       (e)   the process for the internal reporting and management of safety concerns and  incidents;

                        (f)   the process for the identification, assessment, control and mitigation, of existing and potential safety hazards;

                       (g)   the definition of the interface arrangements between internal functional groups;

                       (h)   the processes for the management of change to existing services and systems.

55         Heading to Chapter 11 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR Reference:    Regulation 139.780


56         Heading to Chapter 12 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.850, 139.855, 139.890, 139.895 and 139.900

57         Paragraph 12.1.2.1

             after

AFC

             insert

and local competencies

58         Paragraph 12.1.2.2

             omit

59         Heading to Chapter 13 — CASR References

             substitute

             CASR References:   Subregulations 139.795 (4) and (5), regulations 139.800, 139.805 and 139.810

60         Heading to Chapter 14 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR Reference:    Regulation 139.815

61         Paragraph 14.1.3.1

             substitute

14.1.3.1   At locations where transportation of hazardous freight is known to be undertaken:

                                (a)   the ARFFS personnel must be provided with suitable protective clothing, including breathing apparatus, to enable them to deal safely with any incident or accident that may occur; and

                                (b)   hazardous freight should be identified as per the requirements of CHAPTER 10: SAFETY HAZARD AND RISK MANAGEMENT; and

                                (c)   ARFFS staff must have the necessary qualifications as per the requirements of CHAPTER 18: COMPETENCY LEVELS.


62         Paragraph 14.1.4.1

             omit

operate.

             insert

operate, including:

63         Heading to Chapter 15 — CASR References

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.865 and 139.875

64         Paragraph 15.1.1.1

             omit

Procedure

             insert

Procedures

65         Heading to Chapter 16 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.850, 139.855, 139.890 and 139.900

66         Paragraph 16.1.1.1

             after

and

             insert

must be

67         Paragraph 16.1.2.1

             omit

Civil Aviation Act

             insert

Civil Aviation Act 1988


68         Section 16.1 (new Note)

             after paragraph 16.1.2.2, insert

Note:      This section forms part of the Safety Management System (also see Chapter 10).

69         Heading to Chapter 17 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139. 840 and 139.845

70         Heading to Chapter 18 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Subregulation 139.705 (2), regulations 139.712, 139.765, 139.773, 139.845 and 139.915

71         Paragraph 18.1.1.3

             omit

programme to ensure that core competency

             insert

in accordance with a program to ensure that core competencies

72         Paragraph 18.1.1.8

             omit

Officers

             insert

An officer

73         Paragraph 18.1.1.9

             substitute

18.1.1.9   An officer in charge of an ARFFS at a Level 2 aerodrome, which has been established in accordance with CHAPTER 2: CRITERIA FOR ESTABLISHMENT OR DISESTABLISHMENT OF ARFFS, must hold:

                                (a)   if the aerodrome is categorised as category 6 or above — at least an ARFFS AFC Advanced Diploma; or

                                (b)   if the aerodrome is categorised as category 5 or below — at least an ARFFS AFC Diploma.

74         Paragraph 18.1.1.10

             omit

crew

             substitute

staff

75         Paragraph 18.1.1.10

             omit

Modules, and

             insert

Modules.

76         Paragraph 18.1.1.11

             omit

a crew

             substitute

staff

77         Paragraph 18.1.1.16

             omit

prerequisite

             insert

prerequisites

78         Heading to Chapter 19 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Subregulation 139.705 (2) and regulation 139.845

79         Subparagraph 19.1.1.1 (b)

             omit

must have

             insert

and which has

80         Paragraph 19.1.4.7

             omit all words after

audit

             insert

showing that it has rectified the items of non-compliance.

81         Heading to Chapter 20 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.705, 139.773, 139.835, 139.840, 139.845 and 139.915

82         Paragraph 20.1.1.3

             substitute

20.1.1.3   A shift supervisor must not exercise responsibility for staff of operational fire fighters or for any activity unless he or she is qualified to do so and holds any required AFC diploma in accordance with the requirements set out in the AFC Training Modules in paragraphs 18.1.1.6 and 18.1.1.10.

83         Paragraph 20.1.2.1

             omit

to use a

             insert

use of a

84         Paragraph 20.1.2.1

             omit

crew

             insert

staff

85         Paragraph 20.1.2.1

             omit

aircraft accident

             insert

aircraft accident or incident

86         Paragraph 20.1.2.2

             substitute

20.1.2.2   Aerodromes meeting Level 1 criteria (see Chapter 2 of this Manual) must ensure that the designated staffing levels are met to provide protection for all aircraft movements and property during each operational shift.

87         Paragraph 20.1.2.4

             omit

Aerodromes

             substitute

At aerodromes

88         Paragraph 20.1.2.4

             omit

the schedule aircraft arrival and must

             substitute

the scheduled aircraft arrival and staff must

89         Paragraph 20.1.2.6

             omit

crew

             substitute

staff

90         Subparagraph 20.1.3.2 (e)

             omit

programme to ensure that core competency

             insert

in accordance with a program to ensure that core competencies

91         Subparagraph 20.1.3.3 (a)

             omit

appliance

             substitute

vehicle monitor

92         Subparagraph 20.1.3.3 (d)

             substitute

(d)  Fire Station Communication Centre;

93         Subparagraph 20.1.3.3 (f)

             omit

appliances

             insert

vehicles

94         Sub-subparagraph 20.1.3.3 (h) (iv)

             omit

branch’s

             insert

branches and

95         Subparagraph 20.1.3.3 (j)

             omit

ICS

             insert

Incident Command System (ICS)

96         Paragraph 20.1.3.7

             omit

program.

             insert

, in particular:

                                (a)   training must align with the vehicle requirements for the aerodrome category certification; and

                                (b)   all qualified staff must participate on a regular basis in realistic exercises representing a crash/accident/incident to simulate the category of the aerodrome.

97         Paragraph 20.1.3.9

             omit

them

             insert

these

98         Paragraph 20.1.3.11

             omit

an

99         Note 2 after paragraph 20.1.3.14

             omit

100       Heading to Chapter 21 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR Reference:    Regulation 139.840

101       Paragraph 21.1.1.1

             substitute

21.1.1.1   Before beginning initial training, prospective candidates must pass a medical examination. CASA’s Aviation Medical Certificate Class 2 is the minimum standard.

102       Subparagraph 21.1.3.1

             substitute

21.1.3.1   A person must not act in any capacity for which the authority of the ARFFS Certificate of Competency as defined in this Manual is required if, by reason of having consumed, used or otherwise absorbed alcoholic liquor, a drug or pharmaceutical or medical preparation or other substance, the person’s capacity so to act is impaired.

21.1.3.2   ARFFS staff must be aware that certain medications can affect their ability to operate fire vehicles and associated fire fighting equipment. Staff must seek medical advice on the effect of any such medication on the level of performance of ARFFS functions.

103       Heading to Chapter 22 — CASR Reference

             substitute

             CASR References:   Regulations 139.715, 139.760, 139.772, 139.805, 139.820, 139.825, 139.830, 139.860, 139.885 and 139.895

104       Paragraph 22.1.1.1

             omit

(where not provided)

105       Paragraph 22.1.1.3

             omit

a FSCC

             insert

an FSCC

106       Paragraph 22.1.2.1

             omit

Fire Station Communication Centre (FSCC)

             insert

FSCC

107       Paragraph 22.1.2.2

             add at the end

Two-way activation of facilities is required.

108       Paragraph 22.1.4.3

             omit all words after

provided

             insert

and be linked with the FSCC alerting system. The FSCC must have facilities to monitor operational, emergency and UHF radio frequencies as nominated by the ARFFS provider and approved by CASA.

109       Paragraph 22.1.5.1

             omit

radio’s

             insert

radios

110       Paragraph 22.1.5.2

             omit

After (fire service) use areas for vehicle

             insert

After fire service use, areas for vehicles

111       Paragraph 22.1.6.1

             omit

appliances

             insert

vehicles

112       Paragraph 22.1.6.1

             after subparagraph (c), add

                              ; (d)   a breathing apparatus training facility.

113       Paragraph 22.1.6.2

             omit

proved

             insert

provided

114       Note after paragraph 22.1.6.2

             omit

the Local, State and Federal Government’s

             insert

Local, State and Federal Government

115       Paragraph 22.1.7.1

             substitute

22.1.7.1   If provided, inshore rescue boats must be housed under cover, and appropriate stowage facilities must be made available for wetsuits (and drysuits where applicable), personal flotation devices (PFD) and associated equipment. Suitable drying and stowage areas must be provided.

116       Paragraph 22.1.7.5

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floatform platforms/life rafts

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flotation platforms or life rafts


117       Paragraph 22.1.7.5

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manufacturers

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manufacturer’s

118       Paragraph 22.1.8

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Vehicles

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Vehicle

119       Subparagraph 22.1.8.1 (a)

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MOS

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this MOS

120       Heading to Chapter 23 — CASR Reference

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             CASR Reference:    Regulation 139.895

121       Paragraph 23.1.1.1

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their provision of service

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the level of service provision

122       Paragraph 23.1.1.4

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defines

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defined

123       Subparagraphs 23.1.1.4 (a), (b) and (c)

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who (wherever occurring)

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that

124       Heading to Chapter 24 — CASR Reference

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             CASR References:   Regulations 139.870 and 139.885

125       Paragraph 24.1.1

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   24.1.1   Standard:  Vehicles, Electrical, Radio, Ancillary Equipment and BA Sets

126       Paragraph 24.1.1.1

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24.1.1.1   A methodology must be in place, in relation to vehicles, electrical equipment, radio equipment, ancillary equipment and BA Sets, to ensure the integrity of systems and maintenance schedules for the provision of the ARFFS.

127       Heading to Chapter 25 — CASR Reference

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             CASR References:   Regulations 139.855, 139.860, 139.870 and 139.910

128       Paragraph 25.1.1.1

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25.1.1.1   Any proposed change to the level of service provision of ARFFS as defined in Chapters 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 18 and 20 of this MOS must be approved by CASA before publication in ERSA.

129       Heading to Chapter 26 — CASR Reference

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             CASR References:   Regulations 139.772, 139.885, 139.890 and 139.90

130       Subparagraph 26.1.1.2 (a)

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configuration. This

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configuration, that

131       Heading to Chapter 27 — CASR Reference

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             CASR Reference:    Regulation 139.875

132       Paragraph 27.1.2.1

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system (first occurring)

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must be available

133       Paragraph 27.1.2.2

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27.1.2.2   Radio transmissions dealing with aircraft emergencies and operational incidents must be electronically recorded.

134       Heading to Chapter 28 — CASR Reference

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             CASR References:   Regulations 139.865 and 139.875

135       Paragraph 28.1.1.1

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A recognised

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Recognised

136       Paragraph 28.1.1.1

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store

 

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store,

137       Paragraph 28.1.1.2

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by

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the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, CASA, a coroner, the police force of a State or Territory and any other agency with authority to do so.

138       Paragraph 28.1.2

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Fire Station Communication Centre tape voice

Recordings                                                                         3 months

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Fire Station Communication Centre voice recordings                       30 days

139       Heading to Chapter 29 — CASR Reference

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             CASR References:   Regulations 139.880 and 139.905

140       Paragraph 29.1.1.2

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      need to