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... 27 Interviews Information from the survey results, including risk management documents shared during the survey and input provided by the panel, was used to determine a representative sample of various airport personnel to be interviewed by phone. The interviewees demonstrated excellence in using existing risk management tools and processes through their answers to the survey questions.
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... 28 Airport Risk Identification and Prioritization Practices new systems, a change to systems, a change in operational procedures, and other issues deemed necessary. Also interviewed were airport managers who rarely completed a risk assessment document or a PHA form, as shown in Figure 3.
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... Examples of Current Risk Management Practices 29 Part 139 airports also used a wide variety of organizational structures to execute their risk management objectives. Small airports use a single individual who takes on multiple roles, including safety.
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... 30 Airport Risk Identification and Prioritization Practices 5. Airfield driver training a.
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... Examples of Current Risk Management Practices 31 Crossflow of Information Virtually all airport personnel surveyed noted the importance of an effective information crossflow process. There was a significant amount of differing opinion on the current form of crossflow.

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