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The meeting agreed that for the analysis of accident data, it is very important that the Final Reports be available for the AIA WG. (...) Accordingly, the meeting agreed to the following Draft Decisions: Why To analyse the accident data related to the RS and SCF (available in the investigation reports) What RS and SCF related Accidents Action Groups Who RASG-MID When Sept 2017 DRAFT DECISION 2/2: RS-RELATED ACCIDENTS ACTION GROUP That, a) the RS-related Accidents Action Group is established to review and analyse accidents data related to RS and identify root causes and contributing factors, as well as the associated safety recommendations, in coordination with the RGS WG; RASG-MID/6-WP/8 - 3 - b) the RS-related Accidents Action Group is composed of members designated by Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, UAE, IATA, IFATCA and ICAO* (*Rapporteur of the Group). DRAFT DECISION 2/3: SCF-RELATED ACCIDENTS ACTION GROUP That, a) the SCF-related Accidents Action Group is established to review and analyse accidents data related to SCF and identify root causes and contributing factors, as well as the associated safety recommendations; and b) the SCF-related Accidents Action Group is composed of members designated by Iran, Oman, IATA, Embraer and ICAO* (*Rapporteur of the Group). 2.5 The meeting agreed that the Group should focus, as a first step, on the analysis of accidents data until such time when enough data related to serious incidents would be available. 2.6 The meeting highlighted that with regard to incidents, in the majority of the cases no investigation is carried out by the Investigation Authority.
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Score: 778610.94 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...ID6/WP%208%20-%20AIA%20WG2.pdf
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Working Paper or Information Paper AIA WG/1-WP/3 8/3/2016 International Civil Aviation Organization Accident and Incident Analysis Working Group First Meeting (AIA WG/1) (Cairo, Egypt, 29 - 31 March 2016) Agenda Item 2: AIA WG Work Programme REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF ACCIDENTS (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY This paper presents accidents that occurred in the MID Region for the period (2010-2014) for further review and Analysis. (...) This application provides the official ICAO accident statistics used for the development of the ICAO Safety Reports. 2. (...) ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to: a) review the accidents data; b) agree on the categorization; c) identify main root causes and contributing factors; and d) provide safety recommendations as appropriate. - END - 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Total Number of Accidents 11 5 2 4 5 RS 7 2 0 2 3 LOC-I 1 1 0 0 0 CFIT 1 0 0 0 0 F-NI 1 1 0 0 0 SCF-NP 1 0 1 2 0 SCF-PP 0 0 0 0 1 OTH 0 1 1 0 1 11 5 2 4 5 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Number of Accidents State of Occurrence Review and analysis of Accidents 1.
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Score: 778457.23 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2016/AIA%20WG1/WP3.pdf
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No Slide Title 1959 Commercial Airplanes 2010 Statistical Summary of Commercial Jet Airplane Accidents Worldwide Operations 1959 - 2010 Introduction 2 Definitions 3 Boeing Terms 6 Exclusions 7 Referenced ICAO and NTSB Definitions 8 2010 Airplane Accidents 10 Departures, Flight Hours, and Jet Airplanes in Service 14 Accident Summary by Type of Operation 15 Accident Summary by Injury and Damage 16 Accident Rates and Onboard Fatalities by Year 17 U.S. and Canadian Operators Accident Rates By Year 18 10-Year Accident Rates by Type of Operation 19 Accident Rates by Airplane Type 20 Fatal Accidents and Onboard Fatalities by Phase of Flight 21 Fatalities by CAST/ICAO Common Taxonomy Team (CICTT) Aviation Occurrence Categories 22 CAST/ICAO Common Taxonomy Team (CICTT) Aviation Occurrence Categories 23 Published by: Aviation Safety Boeing Commercial Airplanes P.O. (...) Accident Rates: In general, this expression is a measure of accidents per million departures. (...) For example, destruction of two airplanes in a collision is considered to be two separate accidents. Fatal Accident: An accident that results in fatal injury.
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Score: 778414.7 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...20Release%20%5BRepaired%5D.pdf
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DISCUSSION 2.1 At the level of ICAO Headquarters, aircraft accidents and serious incidents are reviewed and categorized by the ICAO Safety Indicators Study Group (SISG) using the definition provided in Annex 13 to the Chicago Convention—Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation. The objective is to provide an agreed dataset of accidents and serious incidents on an annual basis. (...) The Database would contain the accidents and incidents that are collected and categorized by the AIA WG.
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Score: 778333.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2015/RSC4/WP11.pdf
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Family Assistance Benchmarking with International laws/ Regulations ICAO Air Accident Investigation Panel (AIGP) 2  Started in 2015  Encompasses States from all ICAO Regions and organizations  Reports to the ANB  Outcomes affect Annex 13 and ICAO Documents  Chairperson and vise chairperson – election cycle every 3 years  Members, Advisers, and Observers  Working Groups are formed for a job card History 9/1/2021 Regional Air Accident and Incident Investigation Group - 1st Meeting 3 • Need for definition and guidance for the determination of aircraft damage classification destroyed • Guidance on mutual cooperation in investigations • AIG-related meetings • Guidance material from ATSB on accident site hazards • IFALPA position on substances testing after accidents • BEA experience in cooperation in investigations Discussion subjects and job cards 9/1/2021 Regional Air Accident and Incident Investigation Group - 1st Meeting 4 • Difficulties associated with the lack of Final Report • Evidence-based training for investigators • Emerging technologies to assist investigations • Evidential material • Safety recommendations • Timely investigations Discussion subjects and job cards 9/1/2021 Regional Air Accident and Incident Investigation Group - 1st Meeting 5 • Protection of accident and incident records • Investigations involving RPAS • Investigation of serious incidents • Communication strategy versus social media • Definition of accredited representative • Title of annex 13, section 5.27 – participation Discussion subjects and job cards 9/1/2021 Regional Air Accident and Incident Investigation Group - 1st Meeting 6 • Accident site environmental care • Accident investigation responsibilities – AIA versus state aviation authority • Identification of SRGC and database improvements • Recorded radar data • Guidance on Final Report content • Format and content for preliminary report and ADREP Discussion subjects and job cards 9/1/2021 Regional Air Accident and Incident Investigation Group - 1st Meeting 7 • Consultation period of draft Final Reports • State of manufacturer of flight recorders • Flight recording data in the cloud environment • Commercial space vehicle accident investigation • Cybersecurity • Follow-up of ADREP requirements Discussion subjects and job cards 9/1/2021 Regional Air Accident and Incident Investigation Group - 1st Meeting 8 • Timely release of factual information • Research reasons why some Final Reports are not released • Accident investigation authorities contact information • Reviewing and disseminating AIG-related guidance material • Underwater accident investigations • Crew information Discussion subjects and job cards 9/1/2021 Regional Air Accident and Incident Investigation Group - 1st Meeting 9 Discussion subjects and job cards • RAIO • Aircraft downing 9/1/2021 Regional Air Accident and Incident Investigation Group - 1st Meeting Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 Slide Number 3 Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9
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Score: 778138.53 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...IG1/PPT5-AIGP%20Activities.pdf
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AIA WG/1-WP/8 8/3/2016 International Civil Aviation Organization Accident and Incident Analysis Working Group First Meeting (AIA WG/1) (Cairo, Egypt, 29 - 31 March 2016) Agenda Item 2: AIA WG Work Programme STRATEGY FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF REGIONAL COOPERATION ON AIR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION FOR ACAC AND ICAO MID STATES (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY The Strategy for the establishment of Regional Accident and Incident Investigation Organization(s) (RAIO(s) was endorsed by the DGCA- MID/2 meeting (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 20 - 22 May 2013). (...) ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to review the revised Strategy for the Enhancement of Regional Cooperation on Air Accident Investigation at Appendix A and revise as deemed necessary. --------------- AIA WG/1-WP/8 APPENDIX A APPENDIX A STRATEGY FOR THE ENHACEMENT OF REGIONAL COOPERATION ON AIR ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION FOR THE ACAC AND ICAO MID MEMBER STATES Whereas it is incumbent on the State in which an accident occurs to institute an inquiry into the circumstances of the accident in conformity with Article 26 of the Convention; Whereas Assembly Resolution A36-10, inter-alia: - urges Contracting States to undertake every effort to enhance accident prevention measures, particularly in the areas of personnel training, information feedback and analysis and to implement voluntary and non-punitive reporting systems, so as to meet the new challenges in managing flight safety, posed by the anticipated growth and complexity of civil aviation; - urges Contracting States to cooperate with ICAO and other States in a position to do so, in the development and implementation of accident prevention measures designed to integrate skills and resources to achieve a consistently high level of safety throughout civil aviation; Whereas, owing to the growing sophistication and complexity of modern aircraft, the conduct of an accident investigation requires participation by experts from many specialized technical and operational fields and access to specially equipped facilities for investigation; Whereas many Contracting States do not have such specialized technical and operational expertise and appropriate facilities; Whereas the costs of salvage and investigation of major aircraft accidents may place a heavy financial burden on the resources of the State where the accident occurred; Whereas Assembly Resolution A37-15 (Appendix U), recommends that Contracting States cooperate in the investigation of major aircraft accidents or accidents in which the investigation requires highly specialized experts and facilities; Whereas, the ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) audit findings indicate that a number of States have not been able to implement an effective accident and incident investigation system for their aviation activities; Recognizing that the USOAP findings have been associated, in general, with a lack of resources (both human and financial), lack of appropriate legislation and regulations, lack of an organization for the investigation of accidents and incidents, lack of a training system for investigators, lack of equipment to conduct investigations and lack of policies, procedures and guidelines for accident and incident investigations; Recognizing that combined with the expected increase in air transport operations, the relatively unchanged trend in the accident rate over the past several years might lead to an increase in the number of accidents per year; AIA WG/1-WP/8 APPENDIX A A-2 Recognizing that there are many challenges to effective accident prevention, and that more effective identification and correction of aviation hazards and system deficiencies are required in order to complement regulatory efforts in further reducing the number of worldwide accidents and to improve the accident rate; Recognizing that a regional investigation system can provide economies of scale by allowing for the sharing of required resources, and that by working together States of a region or sub-region can have a more persuasive voice on the world stage and can help secure a more favorable climate aimed at a safer international air transportation system; Acknowledging that during the last AIG Divisional Meeting (2008) several States highlighted that, in regions where individual States do not have investigation capability, implementing a regional accident and incident investigation organization (RAIO) would ensure the effectiveness of investigations, reinforce compliance with the provisions of Annex 13, and contribute to the enhancement of aviation safety; The later surveys and meetings indicated that going for establishing a full RAIO in the near future is a difficult objective to be achieved due to the diversity in the capabilities of the various States, but this shall not ever prevent the States to establish a kind of bilateral and multilateral cooperation that aims to enhance the capabilities of an individual State. (...) Introduction 1.1 One of the SEIs addressed by the MID-SST is “Improve Regional Cooperation for the provision of Accident & Incident Investigation”. 1.2 The MID-SST/2 meeting (Cairo, Egypt, 27 - 29 October 2015) reviewed the Strategy for the establishment of Regional Accident and Incident Investigation Organization(s) (RAIO(s)) and agreed that UAE in coordination with Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Sud... 3.
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Score: 777991.65 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2016/AIA%20WG1/WP8.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, CFIT accidents made up over 30% of the fatal accidents from 2002 - 2011.
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Score: 777914.6 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...ts%20%5BSIN%20and%20MAC%5D.pdf
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All rights reserved. Accident Rates by Region of the World 2000 through 2010 United States and Canada Latin America and Caribbean Europe China Africa Oceania Western-built transports >60,000-pounds hull loss accidents, by airline domicile Accidents per million departures World Asia (excluding China) Middle East CIS 0.4 3.2 9.7 0.6 2.3 0.23 1.7 0.0 2005 1.03 0.4 3.8 9.8 0.6 2.3 1.9 2.8 0.3 2000 1.2 2010 0.6 2.0 0.2 7.6 1.6 0.0 2.3 0.4 1.0 2.5 Copyright © 2009 Boeing. (...) All rights reserved. 0 10 20 30 40 50 59 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98 00 02 04 06 08 10 0 300 600 900 1200 1500 All accident rate Fatal accident rate Hull loss accident rate Onboard fatalities Accident Rates and Onboard Fatalities by Year Worldwide Commercial Jet Fleet – 1959 Through 2010 Annual onboard fatalities Annual accident rate (accidents per million departures) Year 17 2010 STATISTICAL SUMMARY, JUNE 2011 Copyright © 2009 Boeing. All rights reserved. 487 Fatal accidents with hull loss 25 Fatal accidents with substantial damage 57 Accidents without substantial damage (but with serious injuries) 88 Fatal accidents without substantial damage Total 1757 676 Substantial damage without fatalities 1959 Through 2010 600 Fatal Accidents (34% of Total) 1157 Non-Fatal Accidents (66% of Total) 424 Hull loss without fatalities 87 Fatal Accidents (22% of Total) 72 Fatal acc. w/ hull loss 2 Fatal accidents with substantial damage 14 Accidents without substantial damage (but with serious injuries) 13 Fatal accidents without substantial damage Total 399 180 Substantial damage without fatalities 2001 Through 2010 312 Non-Fatal Accidents (78% of Total) 118 Hull loss without fatalities Accident Summary by Injury and Damage All Accidents – Worldwide Commercial Jet Fleet Number of Accidents Number of Accidents 16 2010 STATISTICAL SUMMARY, JUNE 2011 Copyright © 2009 Boeing.
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Score: 777624.4 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...20for%20APRAST%2002%202012.pdf
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The international cooperation and sharing of best practices and lessons learned is one of these important actions. Following the accident in Toulouse, in France, in 2001 involving ammonium nitrate, the Commission, with the JRC, quickly organized a workshop to learn from 2 this accident. (...) This led to adapting EU legislation on the prevention of industrial accidents involving hazardous chemicals, whose cornerstone is the Seveso Directive, to better take into account the risks associated with ammonium nitrate among other hazardous substances and to avoid another such accident. (...) It will allow us to improve the management of the risks associated with the storage, handling and transport of ammonium nitrate, to prevent such accidents and to mitigate their consequences. Thank you very much. 1 https://ec.europa.eu/environment/pdf/industrial-accidents/seveso_implementation_report.pdf https://ec.europa.eu/environment/pdf/industrial-accidents/seveso_implementation_report.pdf
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Score: 777279.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%20Union%20statement-final.pdf
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MID-SST/2-WP/10 18/10/2015 International Civil Aviation Organization MID Safety Support Team Second Meeting (MID-SST/2) (Cairo, Egypt, 27-29 October 2015) Agenda Item 2: MID-SST Work Programme ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT ANALYSIS WORKING GROUP (AIA WG) (Presented by the Secretariat) SUMMARY The RASG-MID/4 meeting established the AIA WG to review, analyse and categorize on annual basis the accidents and incidents at the regional level and provide an agreed and harmonized regional dataset of accidents and incidents. (...) DISCUSSION 3.1 The RASG-MID/4 meeting recognized the need to establish a working group to review, analyse and categorize on annual basis the accidents and incidents at the regional level and provide an agreed and harmonized regional dataset of accidents and incidents. It was highlighted that this Group would also, to the extent possible, identify the main root causes and contributing factors of the reviewed accidents and incidents. Accordingly, the meeting agreed to the following Decision: DECISION 4/5: ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT ANALYSIS WORKING GROUP (AIA WG) That, the Accidents and Incidents Analysis Working Group (AIA WG) be established with Terms of Reference (TOR) as at Appendix 3B.
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Score: 776951 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2015/MID-SST2/WP10.pdf
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