Sydney Airport is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all persons who come into contact with operations and activities that are under its control, particularly those that may impact on the safety of aircraft operations. Sydney Airport recognises its responsibilities for its employees, its contractors, visitors and other third parties who access areas under its control.
Sydney Airport Safety Information
Sydney Airport’s Safety Information for Airlines, Ground Handlers, Border Protection Agencies, Retail and Property tenants, their staff and contractors is available on request. If you, as a stakeholder, require access to the Sydney Airport Safety Information please contact your airport contact / representative in the first instance. Alternatively send an email to your Sydney Airport representative including the following information:
- Company name
- Name of company representative(s) who is / are responsible for ensuring OH&S compliance
- Contact details including email addresses and phone numbers
Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP)
The Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) Part 99 Drug and Alcohol Management Plans and Testing came into effect on 23 March 2009. This legislation applies to all those deemed to undertake Safety Sensitive Aviation Activities (SSAA) and / or those required to work airside at Sydney Airport.
Any Sydney Airport-engaged contractor performing activities in a SSAA must comply with the SACL DAMP unless otherwise advised.
Sydney Airport Contractors Online Safety Induction
The Sydney Airport Contractors Online Safety Induction must be completed by all Sydney Airport-engaged contractors prior to commencing work on the airport.
Register for the induction.
Download the SACL Contractor Safety Induction Information Pack (0.7MB)