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Evidence Guide: AVIF5013 - Provide search and rescue (SAR) alerting and emergency response

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AVIF5013 - Provide search and rescue (SAR) alerting and emergency response

What evidence can you provide to prove your understanding of each of the following citeria?

Provide emergency response

  1. Critical initial actions are carried out in accordance with emergency plans and checklists
  2. Response to abnormal or emergency situations is provided using standard operating procedure
  3. Separation is applied during abnormal or emergency situations
  4. Priority service is provided to emergency situations
  5. Standard emergency phraseologies are used
  6. Critical information is relayed and updated
  7. Abnormal or emergency situations are coordinated and transferred to other responsible units as required
  8. Appropriate emergency phase is declared in accordance with standard operating procedure
  9. Emergency situations are recorded and events are reported in accordance with standard operating procedure
Critical initial actions are carried out in accordance with emergency plans and checklists

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Response to abnormal or emergency situations is provided using standard operating procedure

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Separation is applied during abnormal or emergency situations

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Priority service is provided to emergency situations

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Standard emergency phraseologies are used

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Critical information is relayed and updated

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Abnormal or emergency situations are coordinated and transferred to other responsible units as required

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Appropriate emergency phase is declared in accordance with standard operating procedure

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Emergency situations are recorded and events are reported in accordance with standard operating procedure

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Provide search and rescue alerting

  1. Critical event times for search and rescue alerting are monitored and actioned
  2. Appropriate emergency phase is amended when required
  3. Search and rescue information is coordinated and/or relayed
  4. Actions are completed and reviewed in accordance with workplace procedures
Critical event times for search and rescue alerting are monitored and actioned

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Appropriate emergency phase is amended when required

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Search and rescue information is coordinated and/or relayed

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Actions are completed and reviewed in accordance with workplace procedures

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Instructions to Assessors

Evidence Guide

ELEMENTS

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Elements describe the essential outcomes.

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element.

1

Provide emergency response

1.1

Critical initial actions are carried out in accordance with emergency plans and checklists

1.2

Response to abnormal or emergency situations is provided using standard operating procedure

1.3

Separation is applied during abnormal or emergency situations

1.4

Priority service is provided to emergency situations

1.5

Standard emergency phraseologies are used

1.6

Critical information is relayed and updated

1.7

Abnormal or emergency situations are coordinated and transferred to other responsible units as required

1.8

Appropriate emergency phase is declared in accordance with standard operating procedure

1.9

Emergency situations are recorded and events are reported in accordance with standard operating procedure

2

Provide search and rescue alerting

2.1

Critical event times for search and rescue alerting are monitored and actioned

2.2

Appropriate emergency phase is amended when required

2.3

Search and rescue information is coordinated and/or relayed

2.4

Actions are completed and reviewed in accordance with workplace procedures

Required Skills and Knowledge

ELEMENTS

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

Elements describe the essential outcomes.

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element.

1

Provide emergency response

1.1

Critical initial actions are carried out in accordance with emergency plans and checklists

1.2

Response to abnormal or emergency situations is provided using standard operating procedure

1.3

Separation is applied during abnormal or emergency situations

1.4

Priority service is provided to emergency situations

1.5

Standard emergency phraseologies are used

1.6

Critical information is relayed and updated

1.7

Abnormal or emergency situations are coordinated and transferred to other responsible units as required

1.8

Appropriate emergency phase is declared in accordance with standard operating procedure

1.9

Emergency situations are recorded and events are reported in accordance with standard operating procedure

2

Provide search and rescue alerting

2.1

Critical event times for search and rescue alerting are monitored and actioned

2.2

Appropriate emergency phase is amended when required

2.3

Search and rescue information is coordinated and/or relayed

2.4

Actions are completed and reviewed in accordance with workplace procedures

Evidence required to demonstrate competence in this unit must be relevant to and satisfy all of the requirements of the elements and performance criteria on at least one occasion and include:

communicating clearly and concisely to relevant stakeholders using standard and nonstandard phrases

communicating effectively when providing search and rescue (SAR) alerting and emergency response

comprehending incoming information and responding effectively

declaring emergency phases

initiating inflight emergency response (IFER) and implementing Aerodrome Emergency Plan (AEP)

maintaining air traffic services to other traffic during emergencies and abnormal operations

monitoring and responding to alarms

monitoring and anticipating operational problems and hazards and taking appropriate action

monitoring critical SAR event times

operating equipment in accordance with standard operating procedures

regulating own workload in abnormal or emergency situations

responding and updating checklists

responding to SAR alerting

responding to stressful situations with a considered and measured approach

using emergency messages, phrases and signals

working systematically with required attention to detail.

Evidence required to demonstrate competence in this unit must be relevant to and satisfy all of the requirements of the elements and performance criteria and include knowledge of:

documentation for providing SAR alerting and emergency response including recording emergency and/or abnormal flight related information

emergency and abnormal human machine interface (HMI) indications including alerts and alarms

emergency checklists and documentation

emergency separation standards

emergency communications

IFER documentation

IFER management process

jurisdictions related to SAR for different aircraft operations

relevant and environmental procedures and regulations

SAR time (SARTIME) criteria and emergency phase declaration

SAR watch (SARWATCH) criteria and emergency phase declaration

SAR organisations and authorities

types of inflight emergencies

use of checklists and other documentation.

Range Statement

Range is restricted to essential operating conditions and any other variables essential to the work environment.

Non-essential conditions can be found in the Companion Volume Implementation Guide.