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Microsoft Word - Assembly Resolution A32-7.docx   Assembly Resolution A32‐7: Harmonization of the regulations and programmes for dealing with  assistance to victims of aviation accidents and their families    Having considered that, even though international air transport is the safest means of  transportation, the total elimination of serious accidents cannot be guaranteed;    Whereas the actions of the State of Occurrence should address the most critical needs of  persons affected by a civil aviation accident;    Whereas the policy of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) should be to ensure  that the mental, physical, and spiritual well‐being of victims involved in civil aviation accidents and their  families are considered and accommodated by ICAO and its Contracting States;    Whereas it is essential that ICAO and its Contracting States recognize the importance of timely  notification of family members of victims involved in civil aviation accidents; the prompt recovery and  accurate identification of victims; the return of the victims’ personal effects; and the dissemination of  accurate information to family members;    Recognizing the role of Governments of nationals, who are victims of civil aviation accidents, in  notifying and assisting families of the victims;     Whereas it is essential that support be provided to family members of victims of civil aviation  accidents, wherever the accident may occur, and any lessons learned from support providers, including  effective procedures and policies, be promptly disseminated to other Contracting States and ICAO to  improve States’ family support operations;    Considering that harmonization of the regulations for dealing with the needs of victims of civil  aviation accidents and their families is also a humanitarian duty and an optional function of the ICAO  Council contemplated in Article 55 (c) of the Chicago Convention;     Considering that States should provide a homogeneous solution for treatment of victims of civil  aviation accidents and their families;     Recognizing that the air carrier involved in a civil aviation accident is often best situated to assist  families in the immediate aftermath of the accident;    Noting that family members of victims of a civil aviation accident, irrespective of where the  accident occurs or the national origin of the victims, express certain fundamental human needs and  emotions; and    Recognizing that public attention will continue to focus on States’ investigative actions, as well  as the human interest aspects of a civil aviation accident;      The Assembly:  Calls on Contracting States to reaffirm their commitment to support victims of civil aviation  accidents and their family members;    Urges Contracting States, in co‐operation with ICAO and other States, to promptly review,  develop, and implement regulations and programmes to support victims of civil aviation accidents and  their family members;     Urges States that have regulations and programmes for dealing with the affairs of civil aviation  accident victims and their families to make them available to ICAO for possible assistance to other  States;    Urges the Council to develop material which could include Standards and Recommended  Practices, citing the need for the establishment of regulations and programmes by Contracting States  and their air carriers to support victims of civil aviation accidents and their family members; and    Requests that the Council report on the progress achieved to the next session of the Assembly
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Score: 781997.2 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...embly%20Resolution%20A32-7.pdf
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Microsoft Word - ICAO-Fact-Sheet_Accident-Investigation_2022-04.docx Aircraft Accident Reporting: Background and Resources for Media 2022‐04 What is the international definition of an aircraft accident? (...) The sole objective of an Annex 13 investigation is to prevent accidents and incidents and generate safety data and information to aid with the prevention of future and similar accidents or incidents. Annex 13 investigations do not concern themselves in any way with the apportioning of blame or liability. How are Annex 13 accident investigations reported? Per Annex 13, the State conducting the investigation of an accident or incident is expected to produce a Preliminary Report within 30 days of the accident.
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Score: 781890.9 - https://www.icao.int/Newsroom/...nvestigation%20-%202022-04.pdf
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For example, if a French-registered operator has an accident in the MID Region, this accident is counted as “European” accident as far as regional accident rates are concerned. (...) Trend 2011 to 2015 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 MID Accident rate 2.54 0.78 0.00 0.69 0 # Accidents 3 1 0 1 0 World Accident rate 0.56 0.64 0.52 0.45 0.40 # Accidents 19 22 18 16 15 2. (...) Trend 2011 to 2015 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 MID Accidents rate 0.00 0.87 0.00 0.00 0.00 # Accidents 0 1 0 0 0 World Accidents rate 0.30 0.18 0.14 0.17 0.03 # Accidents 10 6 5 6 1 2.
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Score: 781220.95 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum.../2016/RSC5/5th%20MID%20ASR.pdf
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Accident Investigation Section (AIG) You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Safety / Air Navigation Bureau / Accident Investigation Section (AIG) About AIG Accident Investigation Authorities Addresses Accident Reporting e-Library of Final Reports Protection of Investigation Records Safety Recommendations addressed to ICAO Safety Recommendations of Global Concern (SRGC) Investigative Technologies and Techniques Investigations During Pandemics Media Protocols AIG Panel Flight Recorder Specific WG Taxonomy for ADREP reporting Documents Related links Upcoming AIG Events Recent Currently selected Investigations During Pandemics Accident Investigation Section (AIG)   Page Image Page Content ​ The Accident Investigation  Section (AIG) is responsible for developing and updating Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) for inclusion in Annex 13 — Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation;   monitoring developments in accident investigation techniques and practices as well as accident prevention matters; monitoring developments in system safety concepts and practices, contributing to the ICAO Global Aviation Safety Plan and the ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP); managing safety recommendations addressed to ICAO; conducting and participating in seminars on aircraft accident investigation and prevention.   The AIG Section provides guidance on the following subjects:    -  aircraft accident and incident investigation;   - training for aircraft accident investigators;   - hazards at aircraft accident sites;   - assistance to aircraft accident victims and their families;   - accident and incident investigation policies and procedures; and   - regional accident and incident investigation organization.  
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Score: 781164.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...igation/AIG/Pages/default.aspx
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AIA WG/2-WP/4 07/03/2017 International Civil Aviation Organization Accident and Incident Analysis Working Group Second Meeting (AIA WG/2) (Cairo, Egypt, 14 – 16 March 2017) Agenda Item 2: AIA WG Work Programme REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF ACCIDENTS DATA (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY The aim of this paper is to agree on the mechanism to be used for the analysis of accident/serious incident data by the AIA WG. (...) The AIA WG should review and analyse accidents data to have a harmonized dataset of accidents, as well as to identify the common root causes and contributing factors. 2. (...) According to the report, 19 accidents occurred in the MID Region during 2011-2015, as shown in Appendices A and B. 2.2 The Table below shows the distribution of accidents during the period 2011-2015 with the associated occurrence category (RS, LOC-I, CFIT, SCF, etc.): AIA WG/2-WP/4 - 2 - - Runway Safety (RS) -7 Accidents - System/Component Failure (SCF) - 5 Accidents - Loss of Control –Inflight (LOC-I) -1 Accident - Fire/Smoke, Non-Impact (F-NI) -1 Accident - Turbulence encounter - In-flight turbulence encounter (TURB) -1 Accident - Occurrence type that is not covered by any other category (OTHR)- 3 Accidents - Unknown (UNK) – 1 Accident 2.3 Based on availability of data, the AIA WG should analyse accidents data to categorize the “Unknown” Accident, if possible, as well as to agree on categorization whenever discrepancy exits. 2.4 The main task of the AIA WG is to review and analyse accidents data to identify the common root causes and contributing factors in order to support the MID-RAST in the development of appropriate mitigation measures. 2.5 It should be noted that ICAO iSTARS (ADREP et al.) application provides information on accidents contains an aggregation of different accident data sources including ADREP, Aviation Safety Network and Aviation Herald including narratives.
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Score: 780736.77 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...sis%20of%20MID%20Accidents.pdf
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Aircraft Accident Reporting: Background and Resources for Media 2018-05 What is the international definition of an aircraft accident? (...) Additionally, a State which has a special interest in an accident, for example by virtue of the number of its citizens involved in or impacted by it, is also entitled to appoint an expert to the accident investigation. (...) How are Annex 13 accident investigations reported? Per Annex 13, the State conducting the investigation of an accident or incident is expected to produce a Preliminary Report within 30 days of the accident.
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Score: 780557.2 - https://www.icao.int/Newsroom/...t-Investigation_2018-05.EN.pdf
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Title ASSEMBLY — 38TH SESSION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Agenda Item 25: Other high-level policy issues to be considered by the Executive Committee ASSISTANCE TO AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES (Presented by Spain (in collaboration with Finland, France, Italy, Mexico and Portugal)) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Progress has been achieved in recent months in addressing the required support to the victims of aviation accidents and their families. (...) References: Annex 13 — Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation Annex 9 — Facilitation Doc 9998, ICAO Policy on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families Doc 9973, Manual on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families Circ 285, Guidance on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families Doc 9958, Assembly Resolutions in Force (as of 8 October 2010) 1 English and Spanish versions provided by Spain International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER A38-WP/301 EX/104 12/9/13 English and Spanish only1 A38-WP/301 EX/104 - 2 - 1. (...) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 2.1 On 16 March 2012, the Council in addressing the subject did not consider adequate introducing provisions in Annex 13 — Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation that could adversely affect the independence and effectiveness of accident and incident investigations.
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Score: 780268.07 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...s/Falp8-2014/Docs/wp301_en.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - PPT2-ASR 7th Edition Preliminary info 1 7th Annual Safety Report Preliminary Data Mohamed CHAKIB Regional Officer, Safety Implementation ICAO Middle East Office, Cairo RSC – Middle East Region, Six Meeting  (RSC/6) 25 – 27 June 2018, Cairo, Egypt RSC/6-PPT/2 Today’s Briefing MID State of Occurrence Accident MID State of Registry & State of Operator Accident Overall Analysis Challenges‐iSTARS Accident Data – Accidents data published in iSATRS keep changing (Unstable) - affects all the accidents data analysis MID State of Occurrence Accidents Data for the period (2013-2017) State of occurrence (2013-2017) 5 4.3 accidents per million departures in 2017  For 2017, MID Rate accident is higher than  the global rate.  AVGMID 3.19 AVG Global 2.48 (As per iSTARS 3.0 data taken on  Feb 2018) Accident Rate Schedule commercial above 5700 kg Fatal Accidents 6 Rate of fatal accidents per million departure No fatal accident occurred during  2017 in MID Region ‐ 1 fatal accident in 2014 ‐ 1 fatal accident in 2015 ‐ 2 fatal accidents in 2016 AVG MID 0.64 AVG Global 0.44 (As per iSTARS 3.0 data taken on  Feb 2018) 5 year –sliding average fatal accident rate Distribution of Occurrence Category Per Year (As per iSTARS 3.0 data taken on  Feb 2018) Identification of the main Risk Areas based on the analysis of accident data related to the State of Occurrence 8 Main Risk Area Frequency Severity Risk Level Runway Safety (RS) 1 3 3 Loss of Control‐Inflight (LOC‐ I) 3 1 3 Security (SEC) 4 1 4 Safety Risk areas:  Runway Safety (RS): RE & ARC during  Landing  Loss Of control‐Inflight (LOC‐I)  Security related (SEC) MID State of Registry and state of Operator Accidents and Serious incidents data for the period (2013-2017) MID State of Registry & State of Operator (2013-2017) 10 No fatal accident occurred during 2017 (As per iSTARS 3.0 data taken on  Feb 2018) Accident Rate Schedule commercial above 5700 kg Accident Category 11 Accident Category Distribution per  Year (As per iSTARS 3.0 data taken on  Feb 2018) Identification of the main Risk Areas based on the analysis of accident data related to the State of Registry and State of Operator 12 Main Risk Area Frequency Severity Risk Level Runway Safety (RS) 1 3 3 Loss of Control‐Inflight (LOC‐ I) 3 1 3 Turbulence Encounter (TURB) 3 4 12 Safety Risk areas:  Runway Safety (RS): RE & ARC during  Landing  Loss Of control‐Inflight (LOC‐I) Number of Serious Incidents Distribution Per Year (2013-2017) 13 MID State of Registry & State of  Operator (2013‐2017) (As per iSTARS 3.0 data taken on  Feb 2018) Number of Serious Incidents Distribution Per Year (2013-2017) 14  Serious incidents Category  Distribution per Year (As per iSTARS 3.0 data taken on  Feb 2018) Serious incidents 15 ‐ The risk of MAC has been raised by some  MID States. Additional data needed for further  analysis to identify the underlying  safety issues. ‐ While there were no fatal accidents involving MID States operators in the last years involving fires, there have been incidents reported by MID States, which make it an area of concern. ‐ RI: Data analysis should be provided for further analysis.
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Score: 780268.07 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2018/RSC6/PPT2.pdf
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Some differences have been identified between the accident data provided by the participating organizations for the MID-ASR due to the use of different criteria and classifications of accidents. 1.2 The ICAO-HQ established the Safety Indicators Study Group (SISG) with the objective to provide an agreed dataset of accidents and serious incidents on an annual basis. Aircraft accidents and serious incidents are reviewed and categorized by the SISG using the definition provided in Annex 13 to the Chicago Convention—Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation. A Regional feedback concerning the accidents and serious incidents would also be beneficial and helpful to the SISG. 2.
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Score: 780268.07 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2014/RASG-MID4/WP4.pdf
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Global accident rates have decreased over the last decade. (...) One possible approach is to look at the main accident types, and identify the events and occurrences that could be potential precursors to such accidents. (...) In this region, 25% of the accidents last year were caused by CFIT. The majority of fatal CFIT accidents occur during the approach phase (nearly 70%).
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Score: 778745.7 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...ts_joint%20Sin%20and%20Mac.pdf
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