These Automation Tool modules satisfy FAA Part 5 Safety Policy pillar requirements.
An emergency response plan (ERP) provides guidance for the critical actions needed in the initial minutes of an emergency. With an ERP, you can:
With an ERP, your organization will be substantially better prepared for high risk hazards as they arise.
ERPs are also an FAA Part 5.27 requirement. Having an emergency response plan in your Safety Policy fulfills this FAA requirement.
The actions taken in the initial minutes of a safety emergency can largely dictate how benign or severe the damages of outcomes are. Employees need a plan of action to count on when dealing with emergencies, that includes:
The priorities for any ERP are, in this order:
The Part 5 Automation Tool's Coordination of ERP module provides an FAA Part 5.27 compliance. This module allows you to:
What Your Emergency Response Plan Should Include
What Emergency Response Plans Are