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									6.1.3. ASESSMENT FORMS: NARRATIVE

6.1.3.1. AIRFIELD ASSESSMENT REPORT (UNJLC)


Basic Details


Airfield Name



Country



ICAO Designator (if any)



IATA Designator (if any)



Geographical Co-ordinates of Centre of Airfield (State Latitude & Longitude in degrees/minutes
only, e.g. 5504N 1446E)



Elevation (feet or metres)



Airfield Operator (eg Civil, Military, Joint Civil/Military, Private).
Indicate landing fees and other charges.




Hours of Operation (Local Time)



Windsocks (Location & Condition)
Helipad (Location & Dimensions)




Details of Runways (RWs) & Taxiways

The direction of a RW is its magnetic alignment expressed as two digits linked with a further two
digits to express the value of the reciprocal RW. For example, the reciprocal of a RW aligned on a
bearing of 240 degrees magnetic would be 060 degrees. The directions of this single RW would be
recorded as 06/24.

Note: RW alignments should be recorded to the nearest 10 whole degrees. For example, a RW with
a magnetic alignment of 064 degrees magnetic is referred to as 06. If there are parallel RWs on the
same magnetic alignment it is usual to distinguish between them by referring, for example, to RW
06L and RW 06R (L = left & R = right).


RW Directions




RW Surface
(e.g. Paved, Unpaved, Natural Surface, Grass, Sand, Gravel, Other)




Length of each RW (feet or metres)
(State whether estimated or measured)


Width of each RW (feet or metres)
(State whether estimated or measured)




Weight Bearing Capacity of RWs. State Load Classification Group (LCG), Load Classification
Number (LCN) or Pavement Classification Number (PCN) as applicable. At some airfields, these
quotients may not be available.




Location/Condition of Taxiways




Weight Bearing Capacity of Taxiways (LCG/LCN/PCN – if available)
Turning Circle (Location/Condition)




Airfield Services

Details of Customs/Immigration Service
(Specify hours of operation)



Rescue & Fire-Fighting Services



Aviation Fuel (Type of fuel, quantity available, cost, name of provider, method of refuelling). Give
as many details as possible.




Cargo Ground Handling Services

Parking Apron (Describe location, dimensions, type of surface, condition, PCN (if known). State
whether lighting is available for night operations.




Apron capacity. State number of aircraft (by type) that can be accommodated.




Technical Facilities. List availability of ground power and starter units, towing equipment and
general aircraft support services.




Cargo Handling Facilities (Manpower, Forklifts, other Equipment).
Cargo Storage Facilities. State whether covered or uncovered and whether on or off airfield. If off
airfield, state location and distance from airfield. Indicate capacity of storage facilities and
suitability for food, medicines and other perishable items.



Scope for Temporary Storage. Indicate whether it is possible to establish RUBBHALL storage on or
adjacent to the airport.




Truck Access to Apron. Indicate location of airfield entry/exit points.




Names & POC details of Ground Handling Agents. Indicate fees.




Passenger Handling Facilities

Location & Condition of Passenger Terminal




Passenger Amenities




Name & POC details of Passenger Handling Agents




Air Traffic Control (ATC) Services

Operating Hours




ATC Tower (Location, Condition and Operational Status)
Indicate availability/operational status of following ATC communications, stating callsign/frequency
where applicable:

VHF
UHF
HF
PTT
e-mail
Other communications equipment


ATC Callsigns & Frequencies:

ATIS
GND
TWR
APP
Other (Specify)


Indicate availability/operational status of following Navigation Aids, stating callsign/frequency
where applicable:

ILS (state RW)
VOR
VORTAC
DME
TACAN
NDB
RADAR


Airfield Safety & Security

Control of Access to Airfield




Control of Access to Passenger Terminal




Control of Access to Apron
Perimeter Fencing (Describe type and condition)




Estimate Risk of people/animals/large birds gaining access to runway/taxiways.




Significant Obstructions (Location & Height in Feet above airfield)




Photos & Airfield Diagram

If possible:

- Use digital camera to take photos of runways, taxiways, parking apron, ATC tower and terminal
buildings. Attach details with this report.

- Obtain official diagram of airfield from ATC or Flight Operations (if any). If not, compile own
rough sketch showing airfield layout, including position of runways, taxiways, parking apron, ATC
tower etc)




Summary

Overall Assessment (Include recommendation of suitability for aircraft types – e.g. AN-124, C-130,
IL-76, Beechcraft etc)




Assessment Made By:
(State full name & function)



Date:

PLEASE SUBMIT THIS REPORT TO UNJLC AIR OPS STAFF (OR CHIEF UNJLC) AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
6. 1. 3.2.      PORT OUESTIONAIRE


PORT : ______________________                  PORT VISIT DATE:______________


DATE:______ _________________                  PREPARED BY ___________________


CONTENTS:

1.     MARINE SECTION
2.     PORT INFORMATION
3.     GENERAL CARGO OPERATION SECTION
4.     CONTAINER OPERATION SECTION
5.     CIVIL ENGINEERING SECTION
6.     FIRE FIGHTING, SALVAGE AND RESCUE EQUIPMENT
7.     CONCLUSION
8.     RECOMMENDATIONS



1        MARINE SECTION

1.1      ACCESS TO THE PORT

1.10     APPROCH CHANNEL
          MAX ALLOWED ARRIVAL DRAFT

1.11     INNER PORT (PRESENT SKETCH / PLAN)
          OLD PORT : DRAFT
          NEW PORT : DRAFT
          SILO BERTH : DRAFT

1.12     TIDAL VARIATION

1.13     NAVIGATION AID AND LIGTHS

1.14     NAVIGATIONAL RESTRICTIONS

1.15     COMMUNICATION

1.16     PORT CONGESTIONS

1.17     RESTRICTIONS : LENGHT / BEAM , SALT / FRESH / BRACKISH WATER


1.2      MARINE EQUIPMENT

1.20     PILOT BOATS
                                         NUMBER
         HP
         CONDITION
1.21   TUG BOATS
                                        NUMBER
       HP
       CONDITION

1.22   MOORING BOATS
                                        NUMBER
       HP
       CONDITION

1.23   OTHER PORT SERVICE BOATS (OTHER THAN DREDGERS)
       TYPE
       NUMBER
       HP
       CONDITION

1.24   DREDGERS

          APPROACH CHANNEL
NUMBER
TYPE
           CAPACITY/M3
           CONDITION

          INNER PORT
           NUMBER
           TYPE
           CAPACITY /M3
           CONDITION

1.25   OTHER MARINE EQUIPMENT


2.     PORT INFORMATION

2.10   LABOUR FORCE

          OFICIAL PORT WORKING HOURS

          NUMBER OF LABOUR SHIFTS/24 HOURS

          TOTAL LABOUR FORCE AVAILBLE

          NUMBER OF LABOURS/SHIFT

           BULK CARGO           :
           GENERAL CARGO :
           CONTAINERS           :

          LABOUR PAID PER HOURLY RATE

          LABOUR PAID PER TONNAGE/UNITS

          LABOURS PAID INCENTIVE (OTHER)
2.11   DAILY MAX STEVEDORING CAPACITY

        BULK-VESSELS/VACU SATORS
       - max. gangs / hatch (workable at the same time)

          GENERAL CARGO – VESSELS / HOOKS

          CONTAINERS LO/LO – VESSELS /CRANES

          CONTAINER RO/RO – VESSELS/TRACTORS-FORKLIFTS


2.12   DISCHARGE RATE

          BULK CARGO

           PER VACUVATOR/24 HOURS/MT
           -DIRECT TO TRUCKS                                           MT
           -DIRECT TO SILO                                             MT

          BAGGED CARGO

       PER HOOK/24 HOURS/MT
        -BY VESSEL OWN CARGO GEAR                                      MT
        -BY SHORE CRANE                                                MT

          GENERAL CARGO

       PER HOOK/24 HOURS/MT
        -BY VESSEL OWN CARGO GEAR                                      MT
        -BY SHORE CRANE                                                MT

        CONTAINERS
UNITS PER HOUR / HOOK
          - LO/LO VESSELS                                              UNITS
          - RO/RO VESSELS                                              UNITS

2.13   PORT IMPORT (TURN OVER)

                           PREVIOUS                       EXPECTED
                                      12 MONTH                   NEXT 12 MONTH
                           MOU       COMM.    TOTAL       MOU     COMM.     TOTAL
 BULK
 GENERAL
 CONTAINERS (TEU)

3.     GENERAL CARGO OPERATION SECTION

3.10   SHORE CRANES

          OLD PORT

           NUMBER
           TYPE
           CAPACITY/MT
           CONDITION

          NEW PORT
           NUMBER
           TYPE
           CAPACITY/MT
           CONDITION
3.11    VACUVATORS
        NUMBER
        CAPACITY/MT
        CONDITION

3.12.   GRABS
        NUMBER
        CAPACITY/M3
        CONDITION

3.13    HOPPERS
        NUMBERS
        CAPACITY/MT
        CONDITION

BAGGING EQUIPMENT
     NUMBERS
     CAPACITY/BAGS OF 50 KG
     CONDITION

CONVEYOR BELTS
     NUMBERS
     TYPE
     CONDITION


FORKLIFTS
     NUMBERS
     TYPE
     CAPACITY/MT
     CONDITION

PALLETS

     STEVEDORE PALLETS (HEAVY DUTY)
     STORAGE PALLETS
NUMBERS
     CONDITION

SILO FACILITIES
       NUMBER
       CAPACITY
       TYPE OF GRAIN
       CONDITION
       DISTANCE FROM QUAY

WAREHOUSE FACILITIES
     NUMBER
     CAPACITY
     TYPE ( open, covered…)
     CONDITION
     DISTANCE FROM QUAY

CARGO SLINGS
     TYPE
     NUMBER
     CONDITION

TRUCKS/TRACTORS (GENEL CARGO ONLY)
     NUMBER
     TYPE
     H.P.
     CONDITION
TRAILERS (GENERAL CARGO ONLY)
      NUMBER
      TYPE
      CONDITION

WEIGHING SCALES
     NUMBER
     TYPE
     CONDITION


OTHER EQUIPMENT FOR GENERAL CARGO HANDLING


OPERATIONAL CONSTRAINS ( GENERAL CARGO)


EFFICIENCE PROPOSAL BY THE PORT


CONTAINER OPERATION SECTION

4.10   CONTAINER HANDLING CRANES
       NUMBER
       TYPE
       CAPACITY
       CONDITION

4.11   CONTAINER LIFTING EQUIPMENT

       - TOPLIFT CONTAINER HANDLER
         NUMBER
         TYPE
         CAPACITY/MT
         CONDITION

       - SIDELIFT CONTAINER HANDLER
         NUMBER
         TYPE
         CAPACITY/MT
         CONDITION

       - FORKLIFT CONTAINER HANDLER
         NUMBER
         TYPE
         CAPACITY/MT
         CONDITION

       - STRADDLE CARRIER
          NUMBER
         TYPE
         CAPACITY/MT
         CONDITION

4.12   CONTAINER TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT

       - TRUCKS (MAFI/BOLNAES TYPE)
         NUMBER
         TYPE
         HP
         CONDITION

       - TRUCKS/TRACTORS (NOT SPECIALIZED)
        NUMBER
        TYPE
        HP
        CONDITION

       - TRAILERS (MAFI TYPE)
         NUMBER
         TYPE
         CONDITION

       - TRAILERS (NOT SPECIALIZED)
         NUMBER
         TYPE
         CONDITION

4.13   CONTAINER SPREADERS
       NUMBER
       TYPE
       CONDITION

4.14   SPECIAL LIFTING GEARS
       NUMBER
       TYPE
       CAPACITY/MT
       CONDITION
        OVER HEIGHT GEAR
        OVER LENGTH GEAR
        OVER WIDTH GEAR

4.15   OTHER CONTAINER HANDLING EQUIPMENT

4.16   OPERATIONAL CONSTRAINS (CONTAINER HANDLING)

4.17   EFFICIENCY PROPOSALS BY THE PORT


5.     CIVIL ENGINEERING SECTION

5.1    MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS

5.10   MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR FACILITIES

5.11   MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR TOOLS

5.12   SPARE PARTS STOCK
        CONSUMABLES
        LASTING SPARE PARTS
       
5.13   OPERATIONAL CONSTRAINS

5.14   EFFEICIENCE PROPOSALS BY THE PORT


6.     FIRE FIGHTING, SALVAGE AND RESCUE EQUIPMETN

6.10   FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
       NUMBER
       TYPE
       CAPACITY
       CONDITION

6.11   SALVAGE EQUIPMENT
       NUMBER
       TYPE
       CONDITION

6.12   RESCUE EQUIPMENT

6.13   OTHER EQUIPMENT
                  INLAND WATERWAY ASSESSMENT
Obtain information on:

   River Terminal reception capacity :

     Vessel capacity.

     Location, dimensions and draught of unloading areas.

     Available MHE in terms of quantity, lift capacity, and time per lift.

     Turnaround time craft to shore.

     Any limitations/restrictions on craft to shore movement.

   River Terminal discharge capacity:

     Available dock space.

     Details of Terminal area including dimensions and type of storage facilities   and
      capacity of storage area.

     Available MHE at terminal.

     Turnaround time within terminal.

     Any limitations/restrictions on movement within terminal.

   River Terminal Clearance Capacity:

     Available clearance transport modes.

     Available MHE at mode heads.

     Clearance capacity of each mode in terms of quantity and capacity of modal units.

     Turnaround time from terminal to mode head.

     Traffic circuits and routes.

     Any limitations/restrictions on clearance transport from terminal.

   Route Capacity:

     Number and carrying capacity of vessels.

     Traffic lanes.

     Speeds & currents.

     Traffic densities and critical points.
 Turnaround times from terminal to riverhead.

 Available rest & staging areas.

 Any limitations/restrictions on river movement.

								
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