TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 145: Applying an SMS Approach to Wildlife Hazard Management introduces and guides the application of a risk-based approach to wildlife hazard management (WHM) programs and outlines additional steps for integrating programs into an airport’s Safety Management System (SMS).
This report also provides a customizable tool, which is available as a CD-ROM. The tool includes:
The CD-ROM is also available for download from TRB’s website as an ISO image. Links to the ISO image and instructions for burning a CD-ROM from an ISO image are provided below.
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Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction and Project Overview||1-2|
|Chapter 2 - Wildlife Hazard Management Background||3-9|
|Chapter 3 - Safety Management System Overview||10-11|
|Chapter 4 - The Safety Management System and Wildlife Hazard Management||12-27|
|Chapter 5 - Introduction to the Wildlife Hazard Management Risk Assessment Tool (WHaMRAT)||28-30|
|Chapter 6 - The EZ-Version WHaMRAT||31-40|
|Chapter 7 - The Advanced-Version WHaMRAT||41-46|
|Chapter 8 - Case Study Examples||47-47|
|Chapter 9 - Conclusions and Suggested Research||48-49|
|Appendix A - Development and Test Airports||59-59|
|Appendix B - Summary of WHM and SMS Survey Findings||60-64|
|Appendix C - The WHaMRAT User Guide||65-233|
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