​​AAA AVIATION FLIGHT ACADEMY

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SAFETY AND STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT POLICIES

Date of Last Revision JANUARY  22, 2016

Policy: AAA Aviation Flight Academy is committed to providing a safe environment for students, instructors and employees.  AAA Aviation Flight Academy makes every effort to ensuring all machinery and equipment are properly maintained and any required safety devices are in working order.  Any concerns or issues must be reported to Chief Executive Officer and Senior Educational Administrator.
Procedure:Flight training safety is the primary focus of AAA Aviation Flight Academy’s activities, policies and procedures.  With respect to the ground operations, and in particular the use of offices and classrooms, AAA Aviation Flight Academy is committed to providing a healthy and safe, working and learning environment for all employees and students.  The policy applies to all AAA Aviation Flight Academy employees and students.
The Workplace Safety Officer is responsible to ensure the staff and facilities are properly prepared to respond to threats to safety at AAA Aviation Flight Academy.  These threats included the following:
1. Ineffective Safety Reporting - AAA Aviation Flight Academy's anonymous safety reporting system could malfunction or become ineffective.
2. Fire - facilities fire warning and response, including school evacuation.
3. Aircraft Deicing - including safe handling and procedures for Isopropyl Alcohol (commonly referred to as rubbing alcohol, pronounced Isopropyl and also referred to as isopropanol alcohol)
4. Earthquake - preparedness and response, including school evacuation.
Policies and procedures are in place to mitigate the risks associated with these threats to safety, including initial and recurrent staff training, as well as, monthly inspections of grounds facilities.
 
STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT POLICY:
Students are expected to meet and adhere to the Code of Conduct set out in this policy while completing a program of study at AAA Aviation Flight Academy.  If necessary, students should request clarification from the Chief Executive Officer and Senior Educational Administrator.  “Student” means a person who is presently enrolled at AAA Aviation Flight Academy, including students participating in work experience placements.
While on AAA Aviation Flight Academy, premises or in the course of activities or events hosted by AAA Aviation Flight Academy, students:
must comply with all applicable AAA Aviation Flight Academy policies, including the Attendance Policy;
must treat all students and staff with respect and must not engage in physically aggressive, threatening, harassing, discriminatory or otherwise offensive behavior;
must not steal, misuse, destroy or deface AAA Aviation Flight Academy property;
must not consume, possess or distribute alcohol or controlled or restricted substances; and
must not contravene any provision of the Canadian Criminal Code or any other federal, provincial, or municipal statute or regulation.
Any of the following, if substantiated, will result in immediate dismissal without a warning letter or probationary period:
Sexual assault / harassment/ discrimination
Physical assault or other violent acts committed on or off campus against any fellow student or staff
Verbal abuse or threats
Vandalism of school property
Theft
Students who do not meet the expected code of conduct will be subject to the procedures listed in dismissal policy, which may include immediate dismissal from the institution depending on the severity of the misconduct.
The above list sets out examples of prohibited conduct.  It is intended to help students understand the type of conduct that will be subject to discipline and is not exhaustive. 
Students who violate the Code of Conduct will be subject to the procedures and discipline outlined below, which may include immediate dismissal from the institution as per dismissal policy of AAA Aviation Flight Academy.
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APPENDIX “A”

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & EVACUATION PROCEDURES

Earthquake
                                                                              Emergency Procedures

Staff and students will crouch under tables until the shaking stops
If we need to evacuate, we will follow AAA Aviation Flight Academy’s evacuation procedure for Earthquake (see below)
Evacuation Procedure
When safe to do so, staff will quickly move Students out of the building through safe designated exits – the front door of the premises.
The CEO, CFI/SEA and SOA will:
Stay behind and scan all areas to ensure that all Students have been taken out of the building.
Get roll book and emergency pack located in the small cabinet between the fire safe and the file cabinet in the CEO/Administration office. (First Aid Kit, emergency medication, Emergency Consent Cards, sanitary supplies, pain relievers, spare keys and cell phone).
Join the others.
Everyone will meet at the designated meeting spot — on the boulevard to the right side of the airplane tail at the front of the property.
Once outside and clear of the building, at the designated meeting spot, roll call will be made.
If we are unable to re-enter the building for an extended time, we will drive or walk to Tim Horton’s at the corner of Young Road and Airport Road.
Emergency Drills

Conduct emergency drills with the Students every two months.
Practice Emergency Evacuation Procedure during drills.
Staff will record emergency drills (around the 15th of every month) in bound logbook. Include date, time and any comments.
Emergency Supplies
The following emergency supplies are required if we need to stay at the AAA Aviation Flight Academy for up to 72 hours in case of an earthquake. These supplies are stored on site:
Water
4 litres per day per person in tight lidded non-breakable containers
Food and Utensils

Three-day supply of non-perishables: canned and dehydrated food, dried fruit, canned juices, “comfort” food
plastic eating utensils, can-opener
Medical Supplies
First Aid Kit and First Aid Manual
Medication
pain relievers for children and adults
medication needed for individual children (must have completed instructions for medication forms)
hot/cold packs 

Hygienic Supplies

 

Soap, paper towels, toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, sanitary supplies, tissues, latex gloves.

 

Clothing and Shelter

 Two space blankets per person, 6 millimetres’ plastic sheeting, large plastic garbage bags.

 General Supplies

 

Roll Books, Emergency Consent Cards and Emergency Evacuation Plan, Radio with alkaline batteries, flashlight with alkaline batteries, candles in deep can and waterproof matches, rope, string, duct tape, masking tape, paper/pens/markers, books/toys/games, battery- operated lantern, spare batteries, bucket toilet

 2. Fire

 
Emergency Evacuation Procedure

When the alarm is sounded, staff will quickly move Students out of the building through safe designated exits.
The CEO/CFI AND SOA will:

Stay behind and scan all areas to ensure that all Students have left the building.
Get roll book and emergency pack located on the desk (First Aid Kit, emergency medication, Emergency Consent Cards, sanitary supplies, pain relievers, shed key and cell phone).
Join the others.

Everyone will meet at the designated meeting spot — on the boulevard to the right side of the airplane tail at the front of the property.

 

Once outside and clear of the building, at the designated meeting spot, roll call will be made.
We will return to AAA Aviation Flight Academy when the all-clear is given.
Emergency Fire Drills
Conduct emergency drills every two (2) months with the Students.
Practice Emergency Evacuation Procedure during the emergency drills
Staff will record the emergency drills (around the 15th of every month) in the bound logbook. Include date, time and any comments

 Emergency Drills

Conduct emergency drills with the Students every two (2) months.
Practice Emergency Evacuation Procedure during the emergency drills.
Staff will record monthly emergency drills (around the 15th of every 2nd month) in a bound logbook. Include date, time and any comments.

MEDICAL RESPONSE

Emergency Medical Response

For medical emergencies call 911.