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The role of the RST in emergency response Session 6 Presentation 2
Coordination Coordinate changes to individual emergency response plans Coordinate emergency response drills
Assessment of effectiveness Assess the effectiveness of emergency response exercises Assess the effectiveness of emergency response to airport incidents and accidents
Technical input Provision of technical information on levels of emergency risk services required to enable improve risk assessment by the airport service provider
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