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Non compliance with RESA minimal dimensions - 45m rwy 34; 52m rwy 16. 2. Non compliance with minimal separation distance between Rwy/Twy. 3. (...) Group exercise ABC Aerodrome Group exercise: A safety assessment has to be carried out taking into consideration the four basic steps: a) Definition of a safety concern and identification of the regulatory compliance. b) Hazard identification and analysis; c) Risk assessment and development of mitigation measures; and d) Development of an implementation plan for the mitigation measures and conclusion of the assessment. Group exercise ABC Aerodrome Group exercise (cont’d): e) In your safety assessment, refer and include the applicable provisions for each case, including, as a minimum: • Annex 14 vol.
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Score: 915524.2 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...udy-Wellington%20Aerodrome.pdf
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INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION IIM/SG/1 WP/02-APPNDX C APPENDIX C SUMMARY OF DRAFT CONCLUSIONS & DECISIONS IIM-E umber Title Agenda Item 1 Adoption of the Agenda, the Work Programme and Election of Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson of the Meeting NIL Agenda Item 2 General and Regional Framework for Air Navigation Services Draft Conclusion IIM-E/01 Alignment of Regional Priorities Targets and Plans with the provision of the 5th edition of the GANP That: APIRG States, Service providers and airspace users should update their Priorities, Targets and related implementation plans consistent with the GANP objectives as well as the needs of the AFI region. Draft Conclusion IIM-E/02 Development of National ASBU Plans That; In order to comply with the time timeframe for the implementation of ASBU set forth in the Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP Doc. 9750 5th Edition): a) States conduct the appropriate action aimed at developing, updating and maintaining their national ASBU Plan no later than 31/07/2017; b) The Secretariat of APIRG assist States through seminars/workshops and missions for the development of their National ASBU Plans in consultation with stakeholders, and report to APIRG/21 Draft Conclusion IIM-E/03 Implementation of National ASBU Plans and reporting on States performances objectives That: States ensure a harmonized implementation of their national ASBU Plans taking into consideration the provision and the time frame of the updated Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP Doc 9750 5th Edition) Draft Conclusion IIM-E/04 Population of the AFI e-ANP That: The Secretariat undertake urgent actions to ensure the population of AFI e-ANP Volumes II, and III containing the existing collected data by 31 May 2017 and initiate correspondence with States for any further amendment as per applicable procedures prior to approval by APIRG. Draft Conclusion IIM-E/05 Use of Electronic Regional air navigation planning methodologies and Tools That States: a) use the electronic regional air navigation plans as primary tool to assist in the implementation of the agreed regional planning framework for air navigation services and facilities; b) involve regulatory and industry personnel during all stages of planning and implementation of aviation system block upgrade modules Agenda Item 3 Review of the Terms of reference, Composition, Working Methods and Work Programme of the APIRG Information and Infrastructure Management Sub- 1 IIM/SG/1 WP/02-APPNDX C umber Title Group (IIM/SG) Draft Decision IIM-E/06 Terms of Reference, Composition, Working Methods and Programme of the APIRG Infrastructure and Information Management Sub-Group (IIM/SG) That; The updated Terms of Reference, Composition, Working Methods and Programme of the APIRG Information and Infrastructure Management Sub- Group (IIM/SG) are adopted as attached in Appendix B Agenda Item 4: Establishment and Operationalization of the APIRG IIM Sub-Group 4.1 Project based approach Draft Conclusion IIM-E/07 IIM/SG Projects That: a) The IIM/SG projects attached in Appendixes C, D and E should be implemented by the established Project teams; b) The Projects should be implemented in an agreed regional template to ensure harmonisation and alignment with the APIRG AAO/SG projects. 4.2 Membership of the APIRG IIM/SG Draft Conclusion IIM-E08 Establishment of the Project Teams That; a) The Secretariat circulate before 31 December 2016 the identified IIM Projects Templates in Appendix F to this report, to States for participation in the implementation monitoring and reporting of the Project; b) States identified by the IIM-E meeting confirm their membership and provide the Secretariat no later 31 January 2017, the name and CV of their proposed experts for the Project Teams c) States that did not attend this meeting to indicate their willingness to participate in the Project Teams Draft Conclusion IIM-E/9 Finalization of the Establishment of IIM/ SG That; The Secretariat pursue the consultation with the AAO/SG and States in order to ensure an appointment of the Chairs and Vice Chairs of the two APIRG Sub Groups. 4.3 Project implementation Draft Decision IIM-E/10 Working methodology That; a) The nominated Project coordinators, with the assistance of the Secretariat, are encouraged to collaborate and consolidate the inputs pertaining 2 IIM/SG/1 WP/02-APPNDX C umber Title to their deliverables from their team members; b) The Project Teams should preferably carry out their tasks through electronic correspondences and teleconferences, except for those defined by the IIM/SG which may require physical presence Draft Conclusion IIM-E/11 Coordination of Projects That: In order to ensure a proper coordination and minimize duplication, the Secretariat finalize and circulate the draft template in Appendix F to this report, summarizing the linkage amongst IIM/SG Project and between them and AAO/SG Projects Agenda Item 5: Review of APIRG Procedural Handbook provisions Draft Conclusion IIM-E/12 Review of APIRG Procedural Handbook That: a) The APIRG Secretariat circulate the APIRG Procedural Handbook in Appendix G to this report, to States/ Organizations for final review and feedback for improvement and submission to next APIRG meeting ; b) The APIRG Secretariat to finalize and publish the Handbook; c) In the meantime the draft Handbook should be used as a working document in order to ensure the continuity of the implementation of the IIM projects. 3
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Score: 912419.7 - https://www.icao.int/ESAF/Docu...Draft%20Concl.DEC_IIM%20SG.pdf
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MIDANPIRG/15-WP/35 - 4 - 2.17 ICAO Doc 10013 identifies and reviews various operational opportunities and techniques for minimizing fuel consumption, and therefore emissions, in civil aviation operations. It is based on the premise that the most effective way to minimize aircraft emissions is to minimize the amount of fuel used in operating each flight. This manual updates and replaces information previously provided in ICAO Circular 303 — Operational Opportunities to Minimize Fuel Use and Reduce Emissions published in 2004.
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Score: 912375.5 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...5/Working%20Papers/WP%2035.pdf
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JOINT PBN & GNSS/I TFs REPORT APPENDIX 2C 4 Conclusions/ Decisions No. Strategic Objectives* Title of conclusion/Decision Text of Conclusion/Decision Follow-up Action To be initiated by Deliverable/ Intended Outcome Target Dates provided at Appendix X to this report (This Draft Conclusion is to supersedes ATS/AIS/SAR SG10 Conclusion 10/18 and APIRG Concl. 16/4) Conclusion 10/19: Concl. (...) Redundant To be deleted JOINT PBN & GNSS/I TFs REPORT APPENDIX 2C 5 Conclusions/ Decisions No. Strategic Objectives* Title of conclusion/Decision Text of Conclusion/Decision Follow-up Action To be initiated by Deliverable/ Intended Outcome Target Dates Conclusion 10/20: Has impractical clauses. (...) Implement conclusion. PBN/TF Amendment material APIRG/17 JOINT PBN & GNSS/I TFs REPORT APPENDIX 2C 10 Conclusions/ Decisions No.
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Score: 910978.3 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...BN_GNSS_I_TF2/Docs/wp%202_.pdf
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Ensure effective use of open selection for civil society organizations, to minimize the risk of not selecting the partners with the best comparative advantage. (...) The office monitored weekly the status of procured supplies to minimize this risk. However, the audit noted delays in the receipt and delivery of supplies. (...) Low-priority actions, if any, are agreed with the regional-office management but are not included in the final report. Conclusions The overall conclusion presented in the summary falls into one of four categories: [Unqualified (satisfactory) conclusion] Internal audit of the Angola Country Office (2020/15) 14 Based on the audit work performed, OIAI concluded at the end of the audit that the control processes over the office were generally established and functioning during the period under audit.
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Score: 910671 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...%20Audit%20Report%20Angola.pdf
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The activities planned, which are set out below, aim to help bring the meeting to a successful conclusion by contributing a Latin American and Caribbean regional vision to complement the broader Ibero-American perspective. (...) The documentation presented, entitled “International migration, human rights and development in Latin America and the Caribbean: summary and conclusions”,1 was based mainly on a series of works carried out by CELADE in recent years. (...) On that occasion, a number of conclusions were set out in the document entitled “Montevideo Commitment on Migration and Development” (Spanish only).
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Score: 909655.7 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...dination/5/docs/P17_CELADE.pdf
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SEVENTEENTH MEETING OF AFI SATELLITE NETWORK MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (SNMC/17) Appendix B Status of implementation of the Conclusions/Decisions of SNMC 22 Agenda Item 1: Follow up Conclusions and Decisions of SNMC/21st meeting Conclusions/Decision Text Organization Status of implementation Comments Conclusion 22/01 Implementation of SNMC/21 outstanding conclusions and Decisions That; Concerned SNMC member States/Organizations are urged to implement the outstanding Conclusions/Decisions of SNMC previous meetings including those related to SNMC/21’s as presented in Appendix B to this report. (...) Conclusion 22/10 Personnel exchange That; As a matter of urgency AFISNET members reinforce the exchange of maintenance personnel and increase their language proficiency (French and English) in order to minimize the Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) of AFISNET components. (...) Update the audit schedule to be forwarded to SNMC members ICAO Implemented Agenda Item 5: Review of the Conclusion & Decision of APIRG extraordinary meeting and their impacts on AFISNET operation Conclusions/Decision Text Organization Status of implementation Comments Conclusion 22/14 Alignment of SNMC work with the new structure of APIRG That; SNMC align its work programme and procedure with the new structure and work arrangement agreed by APIRG extraordinary meeting All Stillvalid Agenda Item 6: Preparation of ITU WRC-15 and ATU related meetings Conclusion 22/15 Preparation of ITU WRC-15 That; SNMC members endeavor to continuously support ICAO position for WRC-15 in this regard they will: 1.
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Score: 908756.7 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...p%20SNMC%2022%20conc.Decis.pdf
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Elaboration of definitions of goods wholly obtained is virtually completed, although several issues such as “products taken from the sea outside a country” and “environmental concerns with respect to the parts recovered from non-repairable articles” remain unresolved and need further consideration. Definitions of minimal operations or processes are far advanced but will be subject to further refinement. The CRO also notes that the overall architecture of the harmonized rules of origin (including general rules), section/chapter rules and residual rules still require considerable work (see Annex on the Status of the Harmonization Work Programme). 3. In conclusion, the CRO notes that, due to the complexity of issues, the work in connection with the Harmonization Work Programme as set out in Part IV of the Agreement, and identified in Articles 9.2(c) and 9.3 of the Agreement, could not be completed within the three-year period foreseen in Article 9.2(a) of the Agreement. (...) Definitions of goods being wholly obtained The texts with square brackets are as follows (see G/RO/W/13/Rev.3, pp. 6-8): - Paragraph 1 (clarification of “obtained”, “produced” and “manufactured”") - Paragraph 1(g) (Non-repairable articles) - Paragraph 1(h) (Parts recovered from non-repairable articles) - Paragraph 1(i) (Goods obtained from goods from paragraphs 1(a)-1(h)) - Paragraph 2 (Products taken from the sea outside a country) C. Minimal operations or processes The TCRO, at its Second Session, concluded that the definitions of minimal operations or processes should be subject to further refinement or elaboration throughout the Second and Third Phases of the Work Programme (see G/RO/W/13/Rev.3, p.544).
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Score: 904421.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres98_e/pr106_e.htm
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. • Apply the same model to RTC – Specify receive behavior – Minimal messaging • Result: A commodity endpoint that is dumb in terms of signaling, but smart in terms of features. (...) Legal Intercept and Identity Identity Assertion Location / Address media Encrypted for privacy Clear text allows for policy enforcement by network operators • Starting communications with identity assertion allows appropriate policy enforcement. Conclusion • Growing perception in Internet2 that SIP will twilight. (...) We Might Need SOME Protocol Elements Legal Intercept and Identity Conclusion
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Score: 904096.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...presentations/s1p5-johnson.pdf
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In this context, rule 44 of the ICRC 2005 study on customary international humanitarian law deserves, in our view, respectful consideration, given that it proposes a coordinated application of the obligation to take precautions in attack so as to avoid or minimize incidental damage (article 57 of Additional Protocol I) as well as of the precautionary principle of general environmental law. (...) In addition, the objective of preventive measures should not be limited to the minimization of damage, as implied from the current wording of the second preambular pargraph, but extend also to the avoidance of damage. (...) Finally, Greece expresses its openness and readiness to discuss the possibility of drafting model clauses which could further assist States in the process of the negotiation and conclusion of treaties. I thank you Mr. Chairman.
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Score: 902502.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...fs/statements/ilc/greece_3.pdf
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