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A plan to have contractors working airside requires both an adequate risk management plan and effective oversight of its implementation
posted 5 March 2018 in Category:Accidents and Incidents
On 17 October 2014, The crew of an aircraft taking off from Madrid at night detected non-runway lights ahead as they accelerated through approximately 90 knots. ATC were unaware what they might be and the lights subsequently disappeared, and the crew continued the takeoff. A reportedly unlit vehicle at the side of the runway was subsequently passed just before rotation. The Investigation found that the driver of an external contractor's vehicle had failed to correctly route to the parallel runway which was closed overnight for maintenance but had not realised this until he saw the lights of an approaching aircraft.
6th Annual Safety Forum Safety Behaviours
May 29-30, 2018. EUROCONTROL HQ, Brussels, Belgium.
The next Safety Forum will consider industry best practice and functionality that can promote, improve and create Safety Behaviours.