Environmental, Safety and Risk Management (ES & RM)

Environmental, Safety and Risk Management (ES & RM)

  Environmental, Safety and Risk Management (ES & RM)

The ES & RM office ensures that Clark County Department of Aviation facilities are safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible in order to meet the needs of the traveling public and our airport partners.

Environmental Management System (EMS)

The Environmental Management System contains the most recent internationally accepted practices and procedures for identifying and managing environmental impacts. The EMS provides guidance for managing any daily obligations, risk assessment, environmental impacts, and incident and hazard reporting, including staff and tenant training throughout all Clark County Department of Aviation facilities.

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)

The goal of a SWPPP is to prevent the discharge of pollutants associated with site activities from entering the storm drain system during rain storm events. SWPPPs require airport authorities to identify and implement schedules of activities, prohibitions of practices, maintenance procedures, and other best management practices (BMPs) to eliminate, prevent, or reduce pollutants in storm water runoff from their sites.

Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasures (SPCC)


The mission of the Clark County Department of Aviation is to provide a safe and healthy work environment for our employees and to ensure the safety and health of our customers. Every employee has a responsibility to work safely and follow the rules of the Clark County Department of Aviation Safety and Health Program. Assistant Directors and supervisors are charged with maintaining a high level of safety at all times in every area. These responsibilities must never be compromised.

Employees must report all hazards and alert their supervisors to any condition that could jeopardize the safety or health of co-workers or customers. Employees and supervisors should contact the DOA Safety Section for assistance in resolving safety and health problems.

Risk Management

The Risk Management Division serves to protect our customers, personnel, tenants, airline partners and physical assets of the Clark County Department of Aviation from injury and loss. Risk Management manages the Clark County Department of Aviation’s insurance and loss control programs, including property insurance, general/auto liability, cyber insurance, environmental insurance, employment practices, as well as a construction wrap program. This division is responsible for providing oversight of claims administration, procurement of required insurance coverage and the development, coordination and implementation of safety and loss-prevention programs.



Environmental Guidelines

EMS Environmental Guidelines

 EG 1-1 Fueling Aircraft_Vehicles and Auxiliary Equipment
 EG 1-2 Cleaning Washing - Aircraft _Vehicles and Equipment
 EG 1-3 Cargo Loading and Offloading
 EG 1-4 Management of Aircraft Lavatory Water and Waste
 EG 1-5 Maintenance of Aircraft, Vehicles and Equipment
 EG 1-6 Aircraft Deicing
 EG 1-7 Storage of Vehicles and Equipment Containing Chemicals
 EG 2-1 Painting and Paint Removal
 EG 2-2 Cleaning Washing - Indoor Industrial Surfaces
 EG 2-3 Maintenance of Pretreatment Devices
 EG 2-4 Janitorial
 EG 2-5 Cleaning Washing - Outdoor Areas and Structures
 EG 3-1 Ozone Depleting Compound Management
 EG 3-2 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Operations
 EG 3-3 Power Generation
 EG 3-4 Metal Finishing, Coating, Machining, and Cooling
 EG 3-5 Parts Washing
 EG 4-1 Construction
 EG 4-2 Planning and Design
 EG 4-3 Procurement
 EG 4-4 Tenant Operating Guidance
 EG 4-5 Tenant Relocation or Closeout
 EG 5-1 Remediation of Contaminated Soils
 EG 5-2 Management of Petroleum Products (SPCC Plan)
 EG 5-3 Storage, Handling and Management of Hazardous Materials
 EG 6-1 Spill Response
 EG 6-2 Abandoned Material Response
 EG 7-1 General Waste Management
 EG 7-2 Management of Recyclable and Reusable Materials
 EG 7-3 Management of Hazardous Wastes
 EG 7-4 Management of Universal Wastes
 EG 7-5 Management of Special Wastes
 EG 7-6 Management of Materials