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The Peterborough Municipal Airport is committed to reducing safety-risks associated with its aerodrome services to a level as low as reasonably practicable. The airport Safety Management System will constantly evaluate our safety performance levels encompassing a proactive approach to hazard identification and safety risks, risk management, human factors and continuous improvement. We encourage employees, clients, tenants, stakeholders and airport users to identify and report hazards and wildlife sightings through our hazard reporting program.

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Peterborough Municipal Airport Hazard Reporting Program:
Use a Hazard Report Form to report a potentially unsafe situation or a wildlife sighting at the airport.  Hazard reports may be submitted to the Peterborough Municipal Airport in confidence or anonymously. We encourage reporters to provide a name or contact information, this will allow us to obtain additional information, and later, to provide progress reports.

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Hazard Report Form

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