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Emergency Planning

Safety is of paramount importance and Bristol Airport works closely with airlines, business partners, local authorities and the Civil Aviation Authority to develop safety procedures and promote best practice across the site.

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Modern Slavery Act

Bristol Airport has a zero tolerance policy towards modern slavery and human trafficking. We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or any other parts of our business.

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Bristol Airport Group Tax Policy

This policy has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of paragraphs 19(2), Schedule 19 Finance Act 2016 and details Bristol Airport Group’s commitment to compliance with tax law and practice.

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Gender Pay Report 2017 

At Bristol Airport we are proud of our culture which embodies a “One Team” approach - focussing on solutions and great service - but recognise that, in line with the wider aviation and infrastructure sectors, we have significant challenges in redressing the gender pay gap. Whilst we are confident that we have already begun to make improvements in our approach to recruitment, recognition and reward, it will take much longer (and require greater creativity) to achieve a more balanced workforce in areas such as engineering and firefighting where women have historically been underrepresented, and for that to feed through to our upper quartile. However, we are committed to steady and continuous improvement, and we will report on our progress through this annual Gender Pay Gap Report.

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UK Aviation Industry Code of Practice on Disruptive Passengers

Bristol Airport is a signatory to the UK Aviation Industry Code of Practice on Disruptive Passengers.

Disruptive behaviour at Bristol Airport is rare but the potential impact can be significant for passengers, colleagues and aircraft. The Code of Practice has been developed by the aviation industry to establish a consistent approach to addressing and minimising disruptive passenger behaviour. Our commitment, as signatories of the code, is to ensure passengers have a safe and enjoyable travelling experience, and to provide a safe and pleasant work environment for our colleagues and partners.

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