Hobart Airport

TASMANIA

Hobart Airport

TASMANIA

Working at HBA

Policies, guidelines and what you need to know about working with Tasmania’s largest airport.

10:59 am AEST - 11 Dec 2018
HBA Office Location

Hobart Airport Administration and Facilities are located at:

6 Hinkler Road
Cambridge, TAS 

Please contact our Administration Office on (03) 6216 1600.
After hours, please contact the Senior Operations Officer on 0418 120 854.


HBA Administration building map

HIAPL location map

Airport Policies

Illustration of documentationHobart Airport is committed to managing all aspects of our business to a high standard.

As such we have developed an Integrated Policy that outlines the required standards expected by employees and contractors on the airport.

Before Working at HBA

Illustration of clipboard and ID passWorking at an airport is a bit different to other work sites. To make sure all people working at Hobart Airport understand the safety and security implications it is mandatory that everyone undertakes our short induction session below:


Hobart Airport Drug and Alcohol Management Plan

Hobart Airport Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) V1.2.

The following individuals are covered by the Hobart Airport Drug and Alcohol Management Plan:

– Individuals employed directly by Hobart Airport
– Contractors engaged by Hobart Airport
– Sub-contractors engaged by contractors of Hobart Airport
– Individuals employed by those contractors and sub-contractors
– Volunteers of Hobart Airport
– Visitors of Hobart Airport (other than as a passenger)

 

For further information please visit the Civil Aviation Safety Authority website.

 


Drug and alcohol education

Regular Security Sensitive Aviation Activity Employees (SSAA Employees) are required to undergo drug and alcohol education. A Regular SSAA Employee means an employee who is reasonably likely to perform an applicable SSAA at least two or more times every 90 days.

To meet the requirements of the Hobart Airport Drug and Alcohol Management Plan, please complete the following instructions:

  • Complete the DAMP Awareness for SSAA Employees – eLearning course below:
  • Provide Hobart Airport with a copy of the Certificate of Completion.

If you are unsure if you classify as a SSAA Employee, please contact Hobart Airport prior to commencing works.

Commercial Vehicles

Commercial vehicles

All commercial vehicles are required to meet Hobart Airport’s operating guidelines.

These guidelines state that:

  • Charter buses must notify Hobart Airport prior to arrival; please call (03) 6216 1609.
  • Limousines that do not have an ongoing agreement with Hobart Airport must make arrangements with us in advance by calling (03) 6216 1609.

Taxis

A web camera operates in the taxi waiting area at Hobart Airport. In addition to security, this assists taxi drivers to plan their journeys to the Airport.

Hobart Airport supports and assists the State Government’s standards of operation for taxi drivers. Any taxi that does not comply with these standards will be ejected from the Airport.

Hobart Airport taxi rank

Employment Opportunities

Would you like to work at HBA?

Current vacancies will be posted here and on seek.com.au

 

Executive General Manager Assets and Project Delivery

Hobart Airport, as the main gateway to Tasmania, aims to deliver a safe and friendly environment that offers quality services and facilities for the benefit of airport customers, airport businesses, shareholders and the community.

Our vision is to be Australia’s most exceptional airport.

The Position

The Executive General Manager Assets and Project Delivery reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is a member of the Hobart Airport Executive Leadership Team and as such, must demonstrate a significant leadership contribution to the Executive Team and the shared strategic and financial objectives of the organisation.

The Executive General Manager Assets and Project Delivery is primarily responsible for;

  • Leading the development and implementation of Asset management strategies supported by high quality asset management policies, practices and systems to achieve optimal return on investment and effective deployment of the Airport’s infrastructure.
  • Lead and manage the development and delivery of the Airport’s multi-million dollar Capital Works Program within time, quality and cost targets and with a focus on continuous improvement, fit for purpose solutions and safety and security objectives.

The Executive General Manager Assets and Project Delivery will focus on strategic issues arising from these functions but will be involved at an operational level when appropriate.

To obtain a copy of the Position Description and Selection Criteria, please email

recruitment@hobartairport.com.au.

A competitive remuneration package will be provided along with a supportive work environment that encourages professional development and work life balance.

To apply, please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter addressing the selection criteria to: Executive General Manager People and Culture, Gail Wilson gwilson@hobartairport.com.au.

Applications close Thursday 20th December 2018.

Request for Services

Hobart Airport has an electronic Service Request System. Please read the instructions and complete the form below.

Details to include

Please input the details of your request, including as much information as possible in the “Details” area including the location of the works requested.

What happens next?

Once a request is submitted, our Maintenance Planner will create a Work Order and prioritise the request for further action.

If the request cannot be completed within seven (7) working days from receipt, the Maintenance Planner will provide an update on progress via email. Once complete the Maintenance Planner will email an advice that the request has been completed.

An update on the progress of a request can be made anytime by email to maintenance@hobartairport.com.au or by phone on (03) 6216 1645.

Please note:
If the request is an emergency, the request must be communicated via phone to the Maintenance Planner, in the first instance, and followed up with the above process.






Access Application

Illustration of airport workersElectronics Access Card (EAC) / Key

Please read the instructions and complete the form below:


Applying for a new or replacement Electronic Access Card (EAC) / Key

  1. Complete Part 1 of the HIAPL EAC/Key Application – Read and understand the payment requirements, privacy statement and conditions of use, included in the form.
  2. Have your employer endorse your application by completing Part 2 of the application form.
  3. Submit application form to HIAPL administration by email (preferred) info@hobartairport.com.au or in person.
  4. HIAPL will consider the application for approval which will be approved in full, approved in part or under conditions or declined.
  5. HIAPL administration will contact the applicant to notify of the status. If the application is approve the EAC / Key can be collected from HIAPL reception.
  6. Collection will not be available until payment of the administration fee is received or invoiced and a current ASIC is sighted (if applicable).

Applying for a change of access for an Electronic Access Card (EAC)

  1. Complete Part 1 of the HIAPL EAC / Key Application – Read and understand the payment requirements, privacy statement and conditions of use, included in the form. Include in the application your current access card number (last five digits printed on the card).
  2. Have your employer endorse your application by completing Part 2 of the application form.
  3. Submit application form to HIAPL administration by email (preferred) info@hobartairport.com.au or in person.
  4. HIAPL will consider the application for approval which will be approved in full, approved in part or under conditions or declined.
  5. HIAPL administration will contact the applicant to notify of the status. If the application is approve the EAC / Key can be collected from HIAPL reception.
  6. Collection will not be available until payment of the administration fee is received and a current ASIC is sighted (if applicable).

ASIC + VIC

Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC)

An ASIC is required by any person that needs unescorted access to secure and/or airside areas.

All cards must be returned to the ASIC Issuing Body.

NOTE: ASIC application appointments are Monday to Thursday between 1pm and 4 pm.

(Last appointment time is 3.45pm).

 

Quick links:

How to apply for an ASIC:

  1. Download and complete the Hobart Airport ASIC Application Form.
  2. Download and read the Auscheck Privacy Notice.
  3. Complete the ASIC Awareness presentation and attach your certificate with your application.
  4. Make an appointment with Hobart Airport to Submit your application and identification. Contact Hobart Airport on (03) 6216 1600 or email permits@hobartairport.com.au

ASIC Holder Obligations

 

From October 2018 AusCheck regulations have an additional requirement to match all Category A Identification documents with the Document Verification Service (DVS).

This is before the AusCheck background submission commences.

Unfortunately in some cases this may add an additional 30 days to processing of ASIC applications.

 The Department has advised, as pre 1 January 1970 Tasmanian Birth Certificates, were not digitised with the Tasmanian Department of Justice, these documents are not verifiable via DVS and Hobart Airport must apply for an exemption, for these ASIC applications.


Visitor Identification Cards (VIC)

A VIC is required by any person that does not hold an ASIC and requires access to a secure and/or airside area. Any person carrying a VIC must always be escorted by an ASIC holder whilst in secure areas or airside. A visitor may only be issued with a VIC on 28 occasions in a 12-month period.

How to apply for a VIC:

  • Daily VIC:

A daily VIC can be applied for by attending Hobart Airport in person, or by completing the Manual VIC application form below and sending it to permits@hobartairport.com.au. If you submit your application via email, a VIC pass will be available for collection upon attending Hobart Airport.

VIC Holder Obligations

  • 28 Day VIC:

A 28 day VIC pass can be applied for by making an appointment with Hobart Airport. To make an appointment contact Hobart Airport on (03) 6216 1600 or email permits@hobartairport.com.au

Please note:
It is a requirement to return all expired, suspended or cancelled ASICs and VICs to Hobart Airport.

Airside Vehicle Control

Driving airside

  • To drive unescorted at Hobart Airport, it is a requirement to hold a valid Authority to Drive Airside (ADA) License. Information on how to apply for an ADA can be found here.
  • Applications can only be accepted if complete, and will only be approved once all requirements have been complied with.
  • Applications can be submitted to Hobart Airport by email (preferred) to permits@hobartairport.com.au, or in person to Hobart Airport Administration

With the introduction of the new AVCH all current ADA’s will need to be renewed at the same time as your ASIC expiry.

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Authority to Use Airside (AUA)

  • All vehicles operating airside at Hobart Airport must obtain and display a valid AUA sticker. To obtain an AUA an application must be submitted to HIAPL along with an Airside Vehicle Indemnity and Release.
  • The specifics around AUAs at Hobart Airport, including the application forms, are detailed within the Airside Vehicle Control Handbook (AVCH).
  • Applications are only accepted if complete and will be approved if satisfying the requirements for an AUA within the AVCH.
  • Applications can be submitted in person to HIAPL Administration or by email (preferred) to permits@hobartairport.com.au.

Authority to Drive Airside (ADA)

Any person required to drive a vehicle airside at Hobart Airport must first obtain an ADA valid for Hobart Airport. To obtain an ADA an application must be submitted to HIAPL.

To apply for a new ADA at Hobart Airport an applicant must:

  1. Familiarise themselves with the HIAPL Airside Vehicle Control Handbook (AVCH).
  2. Complete the online theory based test to a satisfactory level. Upon completing the online test a partially completed application form will be provided to the applicant. The test is subject to a fee which allows for one test and one subsequent re-test (if the first attempt is unsuccessful). The fee is payable prior to commencing the test.
  3. Complete and record the minimum applicable practical experience for the category of ADA being applied for as detailed in the AVCH.
  4. Undertake a practical assessment with a HIAPL staff member. Assessments can be booked by emailing permits@hobartairport.com.au.
  5. Email completed application form, practical experience log, practical assessment, and a copy of your current ASIC and State or Territory Driver’s Licence to permits@hobartairport.com.au.
  6. Complete any other requirements detailed within the AVCH.

Applications are only accepted if complete and will be approved if satisfying the requirements for an ADA within the AVCH. All supporting documentation for an application must also be provided for the application to be accepted. Supporting documentation is detailed in the AVCH and the check list accompanying the application form can also assist applicants in understanding what supporting documentation is required.

To apply for a renewal of an ADA at Hobart Airport an applicant must:

  1. Familiarise themselves with the HIAPL Airside Vehicle Control Handbook (AVCH).
  2. Complete the online theory based test to a satisfactory level. Upon completing the online test a partially completed application form will be provided to the applicant. The test is subject to a fee which allows for one test and one subsequent re-test (if the first attempt is unsuccessful). The fee is payable prior to commencing the test.
  3. Email completed application form along with a copy of your current ASIC and State or Territory Driver’s Licence to permits@hobartairport.com.au.
  4. Complete any other requirements detailed within the AVCH.

Renewal applications are only accepted if complete and will be approved if satisfying the requirements for an ADA within the AVCH. All supporting documentation for an application must also be provided for the application to be accepted. Supporting documentation is detailed in the AVCH and the check list accompanying the application form can also assist applicants in understanding what supporting documentation is required.


Pre-payment of test fees

Companies may pre-pay the online theory based test fee for their employees to use. Fees can also be paid in advance for multiple tests.

To request pre-payment:

  1. Please complete the Advanced Payment Request Form above.
  2. Email the completed form to permits@hobartairport.com.au for processing.
  3. An invoice will be provided, and once payment has been received an applicable amount of codes will be provided. These codes should be applied prior at the payment section of the online theory based test.
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Crane Operations

General Information

Crane operations within approximately 16km of Hobart Airport can create hazards for aircraft and effect the operations of the airport. To protect Hobart Airports airspace, all crane operations are required by law, to be assessed and approved under the Commonwealth Airports (Protection of Airspace) Regulations 1996, prior to them being carried out.

Under Section 183 of the Airports Act 1996, it is an offence for crane operators to carry out crane operations intruding in the airports protected airspace without approval. It is also an offence to not provide the Airport with information regarding the proposed crane activity.

For crane operations that infringe the protected airspace, allow up to 6 weeks for the assessment and approval to be completed. For assessments that do not infringe, allow a minimum of 3 working days.

 

Process

  1. Complete the online application form and submit to Hobart Airport
  2. Hobart Airport will review crane operation application
  3. Do the operations infringe on the protected airspace
    1. YES – Application is provided to Airservices and CASA for their assessment (allow 6 weeks)
    2. NO – Hobart Airport will issue an approval and submit a NOTAM. (Allow minimum of 3 working days)

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The below map will assist you in deciding if your crane operations are required to be notified to Hobart Airport

Red Zone – ALL – Hobart Airport must be notified of all crane operations

Orange Zone – >45m AMSL– Hobart Airport must be notified of all crane operations where the cranes boom height + the ground level exceeds 45m.

Green Zone – >110m AMSL – Hobart Airport must be notified of all crane operations where the cranes boom height + the ground level exceeds 110m.






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Crane Details

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