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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Stakeholders." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2018. Airport Public Health Preparedness and Response: Legal Rights, Powers, and Duties. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25227.
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35 Aircraft Operators Airlines Air cargo companies Air taxi operators Charter operators General aviation aircraft owners and pilots Federal Agencies CDC Quarantine Station Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Local First Responders (Non-Airport) Emergency medical services Fire department/HazMat Law enforcement Public Health/Healthcare Entities Local health department State health department Public health officials (local, state, federal) Local healthcare facilities (e.g., hospitals) and medical providers Other Public Entities City emergency management County emergency management State emergency management Local agencies State agencies Military APPENDIX A: STAKEHOLDERS SUGGESTED STAKEHOLDERS TO ENGAGE IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASE PLANNING314 314 smith & GreenberG, supra note 1, at 57–59. 315 DaviD s. reimer & John e. Putnam, national aCaDemies oF sCienCes, enGineerinG, anD meDiCine, airPort GovernanCe anD ownershiP 3–6 (2009). Airports may be privately or publicly owned. Federal, state, county, and municipal governments can own public airports individu- ally (e.g., city airports) or multi-jurisdictionally (e.g., city– county airports). Some governments directly operate their airports; others delegate decision-making responsibility to airport authorities (that oversee one or more airports), port authorities (that oversee one or more airports plus other modes of transportation), or other public entities. 316 Id. at 4–5. Suggested stakeholders are listed for the three most common types of airport operation/gover- nance (city, regional/airport authority, single county), as determined by a survey conducted by Airports Council International - North America (ACI-NA) in 2003. Airport Owners/Operators315–316 City operation/governance: Top elected official (e.g., mayor) and/or city manager (or assistant/deputy city manager) Airport authority operation/governance: Board and/or president/CEO/director County operation/governance: County manager and/or board of county commissioners/ supervisors Other Airport Entities Management team Planning Operations Media/public relations Emergency management Fire, rescue, and emergency medical services Police Concessions Maintenance Mobility services (e.g., wheelchairs, electric carts)

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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Legal Research Digest 34: Airport Public Health Preparedness and Response: Legal Rights, Powers, and Duties addresses the legal issues concerning the measures to detect communicable diseases, regulations to control communicable diseases, methods for decontamination, emergency legal preparedness, privacy, and potential sources of liability. This digest provides a checklist that airport attorneys and other staff can use to help prepare, plan, and coordinate with their partners in response to a threat of a communicable disease.

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