CAP 700: Operational Safety Competences - A UK Code of Practice - Civil Aviation Authority and Airport Operators' Association

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Reference:CAP 700
Title:Operational Safety Competences - A UK Code of Practice - Civil Aviation Authority and Airport Operators' Association
Description:To ensure that, as commercial and other pressures increase, there is no reduction in the priority attached to safety, nor any dilution of the skills available in aviation operations at executive management level, the Aerodrome Operators' Association (AOA) and the Aerodrome Standards Department of the CAA worked together in a joint initiative to identify the key areas of operational safety competence for aerodrome licensees. This co-operation has resulted in this Code of Practice, which details the competences appropriate to various operational tasks. This document has been published as a CAA Civil Aviation Publication (CAP) on behalf of the AOA and the CAA.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:2nd Edition
Date:3 May 2002
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