Develop best practices recommended to Part 139 airports related to ramp infrastructure marking, signage and procedures. The objective is to fill any gaps and promote uniform implementation by Part 139 airports in the United States
Develop practical guidance on how airports of different sizes and complexities can identify hazards that can lead to runway incursions and recommend actions involving infrastructure changes, prevention systems and safety promotion initiatives that can be adopted.
Develop a practical guidebook addressing safe pavement maintenance and repair for airside areas involving routine, non-routine and emergency situations.
Develop a report that addresses approaches for airports to integrate SMS processes airside wide with the focus being on the role of the airport in coordinating the various safety management efforts ongoing with stakeholders.
Develop guidance for airports on the impacts, risks, and effective mitigation strategies for addressing cognitive fatigue in airport personnel. The research should explore the root causes of fatigue, how fatigue impacts human performance, and approaches to minimize the risks associated with employee fatigue.
Develop practical guidance to airports for training and managing the performance of individuals who have airside driving privileges. This is applicable to movement area and non-movement area drivers.
To develop carbon offset methodologies for both commercial and general aviation airports that generate revenue.
A lot of talent goes through the terminals daily. Airports can solicit targetted feedback on specific projects and initiatives from the travelers. There is no better source or time since the customers are in the right state of mind to provide feedback that affects them.
Review the tools and practices currently being used to conduct airfield pavement conditions.