2021 Activities

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Activities co-organised with COSCAP-South East Asia 2021

South East Asia

In order to promote safety and ergional integration, as well as for operational efficiency and to promote understanding of the EU system, the project coordinates with COSCAP-SEA, a regional technical assistance programme implemented by ICAO, a series of regional and bilateral training courses for the region. 

 

These courses should address the needs of the region's aviation authorities, and simultaneously familiarise the region to the EU system, concepts, standards and best practice. 

Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) 

South East Asia

Interview HEMS_Rob Pennell

The EU South East Aviation Partnership Project is supporting the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) and the National Institute for Emergency Medicine (NIEM) in the establishment of Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) in Thailand. The roadmap embarked in May 2018 and has delivered so far more than 100 activities on the ground to build a firm foundation of HEMS operations. The HEMS would be beneficial to transport patients who are in critical conditions and require immediate medical aids especially in the area where hardly be reached by other means of transport. 

Check out the interview in AirMed&Rescue with Rob Pennell, our lead expert for the development of Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) in Thailand. He talks about how our activities are supporting the development of HEMS in the region.

Interview AirMed&Rescue: EU South East Aviation Partnership Project and the development of Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS)

Implementation of Environmental Management Systems (EMS) in Trat Airport

South East Asia

Airports are being made more environmental friendly, with a reduced impact on climate change, through the ARISE+ Civil Aviation Project coordinates with complementary EU-South East Asia Aviation Partnership Project (EU-SEA APP). 

Environmental Management Systems (EMS) provides a methodology by which to identify and manage the environmental aspects of  an airport's operations. 

Trat Airport has successfully carried out several trainings in managing environmental risks using a systematic approach, minimizing the impact of airport infrastructure and aircraft operations on the surrounding environment and now it acts as a role model for other airports in the region in developing sets of standard in implementing the EMS by integrating it into their operations, preventing pollution and avoiding a waste of resources.