Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) 2022 Sustainability Report

LAWA 2022 Sustainability Report

In 2022, LAWA published the Emergency Preparedness Guidance for Tenants at Los Angeles International Airport which provides information to tenants on what to do in case of emergency, including contact information, reporting requirements, information sharing guidance, evacuation protocol, proper planning, and the identification of other airport resources to aid in an emergency. Human Rights and Trafficking Airport Police Department (APD) is part of the Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force. whose mission is to increase identification of all forms of human trafficking, strengthen the investigation and prosecution of labor and sex trafficking cases, and address the individualized needs of trafficking victims through the provisions of comprehensive services in Los Angeles County. APD continues to work with local, state, and federal agencies and entities to eradicate human trafficking.

Diversity and Equity Diversity and equity is of utmost importance within the LAWA organization. Annual outreach efforts are conducted to various communities offering career and business opportunities.

Risk and Crisis Management LAWA is required to comply with the City of Los Angeles emergency preparedness Directives #15, #17, #18, and #19 as well as Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 139.325 Airport Certification Requirements for Emergency Incidents. It is vital to incorporate emergency preparedness and risk assessments to ensure the resilience of our transportation system and make LAWA airports a safe place for airport customers and the local community. LAWA utilizes working groups, committees, the Airport Response Coordination Center, alert and warning systems, operational coordination, planning/training exercises, interoperable communications, and threat/ hazard identification to prepare for potential emergencies at LAWA airports.

In 2022, 250 employees were hired for a total of 2,948 employees employed by LAWA 69 employees retired 132 employees were promoted

LAWA partners in emergency response incidents include:

ƒ LAWA employees ƒ Commercial, Private, and Cargo Air Carriers ƒ Service providers ƒ Concessionaires ƒ Federal, State, County, Local Government Agencies, and non-government organizations

Total employee demographics included:

Male | 65% Female | 35%

Hispanic | 39% Black | 28% Caucasian | 15%

Asian | 10% Filipino | 5% Other | 2.73% American Indian | 0.27%

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