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31 APPENDIX C 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 139 139.303 Personnel. In a manner authorized by the Administrator, each certificate holder must-- (a) Provide sufficient and qualified personnel to comply with the requirements of its Airport Certification Manual and the requirements of this part. (b) Equip personnel with sufficient resources needed to comply with the requirements of this part. (c) Train all personnel who access movement areas and safety areas and perform duties in compliance with the requirements of the Airport Certification Manual and the requirements of this part. This training must be completed prior to the initial performance of such duties and at least once every 12 consecutive calendar months. The curriculum for initial and recurrent training must include at least the following areas: (1) Airport familiarization, including airport marking, lighting, and signs system. (2) Procedures for access to, and operation in, movement areas and safety areas, as specified under 139.329. (3) Airport communications, including radio communication between the air traffic control tower and personnel, use of the common traffic advisory frequency if there is no air traffic control tower or the tower is not in operation, and procedures for reporting unsafe airport conditions. (4) Duties required under the Airport Certification Manual and the requirements of this part. (5) Any additional subject areas required under 139.319, 139.321, 139.327, 139.329, 139.337, and 139.339, as appropriate. (d) Make a record of all training completed after June 9, 2004, by each individual in compliance with this section that includes, at a minimum, a description and date of training received. Such records must be maintained for 24 consecutive calendar months after completion of training. (e) As appropriate, comply with the following training requirements of this part: (1) 139.319, Aircraft rescue and firefighting: Operational requirements; (2) 139.321, Handling and storage of hazardous substances and materials; (3) 139.327, Self-inspection program; (4) 139.329, Pedestrians and ground vehicles; (5) 139.337, Wildlife hazard management; and (6) 139.339, Airport condition reporting. (f) Use an independent organization, or designee, to comply with the requirements of its Airport Certification Manual and the requirements of this part only if-- (1) Such an arrangement is authorized by the Administrator; (2) A description of responsibilities and duties that will be assumed by an independent organization or designee is specified in the Airport Certification Manual; and (3) The independent organization or designee prepares records required under this part in sufficient detail to assure the certificate holder and the Administrator of adequate compliance with the Airport Certification Manual and the requirements of this part. 139.329 Pedestrians and ground vehicles. In a manner authorized by the Administrator, each certificate holder must-- (a) Limit access to movement areas and safety areas only to those pedestrians and ground vehicles necessary for airport operations; (b) Establish and implement procedures for the safe and orderly access to, and operation in, movement areas and safety areas by pedestrians and ground vehicles, including provisions identifying the consequences of noncompliance with the procedures by an employee, tenant, or contractor; (c) When an air traffic control tower is in operation, ensure that each pedestrian and ground vehicle in movement areas or safety areas is controlled by one of the following: (1) Two-way radio communications between each pedestrian or vehicle and the tower; (2) An escort with two-way radio communications with the tower accompanying any pedestrian or vehicle without a radio; or (3) Measures authorized by the Administrator for controlling pedestrians and vehicles, such as signs, signals, or guards, when it is not operationally practical to have two-way radio communications between the tower and the pedestrian, vehicle, or escort; (d) When an air traffic control tower is not in operation, or there is no air traffic control tower, provide adequate procedures to control pedestrians and ground vehicles in movement areas or safety areas through two-way radio communications or prearranged signs or signals; (e) Ensure that each employee, tenant, or contractor is trained on procedures required under paragraph (b) of this section, including consequences of noncompliance, prior to moving on foot, or operating a ground vehicle, in movement areas or safety areas; and (f) Maintain the following records: (1) A description and date of training completed after June 9, 2004, by each individual in compliance with this section. A record for each individual must be maintained for 24 consecutive months after the termination of an individual's access to movement areas and safety areas. (2) A description and date of any accidents or incidents in the movement areas and safety areas involving air carrier aircraft, a ground vehicle, or a pedestrian. Records of each accident or incident occurring after June 9, 2004, must be maintained for 12 consecutive calendar months from the date of the accident or incident.