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Practices in Airport Emergency Plans (2021)

Chapter: Appendix D - Phone Interview Questions

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix D - Phone Interview Questions." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Practices in Airport Emergency Plans. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26077.
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136 Phone Interview Questions Interviews were conducted with seven airports. In the SurveyMonkey results, eight airports indicated they wanted the opportunity to provide further information by being contacted. A total of five airports responded to requests for interviews; three did not. Another two General Aviation airports who did not participate in the initial surveys were interviewed as well. Information from the interviews have also been presented as case examples. Interview questions are as follows: 1. What are your metrics for developing AEP Annexes? 2. Do you make the AEP available to the staff who will have roles and responsibilities during an emergency? If so, how do you provide them with the AEP or relevant parts/plans? 3. Have you incorporated AEPs and annexes into operations, including training and exercising? If so, how? 4. What techniques and procedures have you used for incorporating lessons learned and best practices into AEPs and annexes? 5. What challenges and areas for improvement have you experienced when updating your AEPs and/or developing annexes? 6. Do you de-conflict and complement other airport and/or local, state, and federal plans? 7. How have you overcome challenges in your AEP practices and are there any enduring challenges you experience throughout the process? 8. Anything else you’d like to mention that we didn’t talk about? A P P E N D I X D

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