Gold Coast International Airport wildlife management

Client | Gold Coast International AirportLocation | Gold Coast (QLD), AustraliaService | Wildlife Hazard Management Program – Canine Dispersal Avisure has had the pleasure of working with Gold Coast Airport since 1997, having been initially brought in for wildlife strike advice. During our long-standing relationship of 20 years, Avisure has assisted in developing and implementing […]

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Groote Eylandt Airport emergency exercise

Client | Groote Eylandt AirportLocation | Groote Eylandt (NT), AustraliaService | Emergency Exercise facilitation and evaluation Avisure, in close consultation with Groote Eylandt Airport, evaluated the full field emergency exercise and delivered a summary report evaluating the Groote Eylandt Airport Emergency Plan (AEP) and summarising the exercise outcomes.

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Whip training

Darwin Airport training

Client | Darwin International AirportLocation | Darwin (NT), AustraliaService | Training We delivered our two-day wildlife hazard management training program to all Darwin International Airport staff involved in managing wildlife strike, giving them the appropriate skills and knowledge for effective management. The training also included operation of the hand-held laser then being trialled by the

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Sydney Airport tree management

Client | Sydney AirportLocation | Sydney (NSW), AustraliaService | Tree Management Plan Avisure collaborated with a specialist arborist to review and update an earlier assessment of Sydney Airport’s heritage fig trees. The trees were inspected to assess their current condition, and we submitted a report providing recommendations for their ongoing maintenance – their relationship with

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Sydney Airport EMS gap analysis

Client | Sydney International AirportLocation | Sydney (NSW), AustraliaService | Quality, safety and environment management system Avisure conducted a gap analysis of Sydney Airport’s Environment Management System (EMS) against ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use (2015). The gap analysis included a two-day site visit for an extensive review of current

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New Zealand Defence Force expert witness

Client | New Zealand Defence ForceLocation | Auckland, New ZealandService | Expert witness / assessment and off-aerodrome planning On behalf of the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF), we reviewed Auckland Council’s Plan Change 5 (Whenuapai Plan Change) and provided an expert evidence report and a witness at a hearing panel, to draw the commissioners’ attention

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Western Sydney wildlife hazard assessment

Client | NSW Department of Planning Industry and EnvironmentLocation | Western Sydney (NSW), AustraliaService | Off-aerodrome wildlife hazard assessment We collaborated with landscape designers and architects to develop a comprehensive species palette for landscaping works proposed throughout the new Western Sydney Aerotropolis precincts. The Aerotropolis precincts’ objective was to create 40 per cent canopy cover.

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Melbourne Airport GAP analysis

Client | Melbourne Airport (Australia Pacific Airports) Location | Melbourne (VIC), AustraliaService | Gap analysis and compliance assessment Melbourne Airport’s Terminal Operations Reference Manual (TORM) was the main reference document for the aviation operations team, but also provided an overview and link to the runway program, security & quality assurance, and aviation facility development teams’

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Maranoa Council safety support

Client | Roma Airport –  Maranoa Regional CouncilLocation | Roma (QLD), AustraliaService | On-site aviation safety support (ARO/WSO services) We provided a relief aerodrome reporting officer (ARO) on project at Roma Airport. The ARO’s main duties were safety-related, including aerodrome inspection, reporting hazards with the airport’s light systems, runways and facilities, supervising the safety of

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