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Model Mutual Aid Agreements for Airports (2013)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - Survey Questionnaire ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2013. Model Mutual Aid Agreements for Airports. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22542.
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29 APPENDIX A Survey Questionnaire 1. What is your airport identifier (3-letter or 4-letter)? *This question is required. 2. What is your NPIAS classification (2010 data)? Large hub Medium hub Small hub Non-hub primary Reliever General aviation 3. Do you have any written mutual aid agreements? Yes No 4. Do you have a written mutual aid agreement with the FAA tower or contract tower? Yes No 5. Do you have written mutual aid agreements with any of the following? (Please mark all that apply.) Fire Law enforcement Emergency medical services Hospital American Red Cross Local government Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Air National Guard U. S. Coast Guard Local government emergency management agency Municipal utilities or public works Electric utility company Airline TSA CBP CDC Local health department State department of transportation Other (please list): List other types of mutual aid agreements. *This question is required. 6. Do you have any verbal or unwritten mutual aid agreements? Yes (please list): No List mutual aid partners with whom you have verbal or unwritten agreements. *This question is required. 7. Are your mutual aid agreements incorporated in your airport emergency plan (AEP)? Yes, in complete form Yes, referenced but not reproduced in complete form No My airport is not required to have an AEP

30 8. Does your airport belong to a regional (countywide or multi-county) emergency response or mutual aid plan or program? Yes No 9. Is your airport in a state that has a statewide mutual aid plan, program, or compact? Yes No Don’t know 10. How do you measure the effectiveness of your mutual aid agreements? Have written evaluation plan or metrics Have unwritten standards Do not consider effectiveness 11. How many of your mutual aid agreements have you exercised (call down, tabletop, drill, or full-scale exercise) in the past 12 months? All Some (please list): None List mutual aid agreements exercised in past 12 months. *This question is required. 12. Do you believe your mutual aid agreements are beneficial to both the airport and the community? Yes To the airport only To the community only To neither No opinion

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TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Synthesis 45: Model Mutual Aid Agreements for Airports presents information on mutual aid agreements, addressing nearly every type of emergency that could affect airports and require outside resources. The report is designed to assist airport operators in creating and sustaining effective emergency management mutual aid partnerships by documenting the specifics of existing agreements.

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