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/Industry) ARST (Annual Safety Report Team) RAST (Regional Aviation Safety Team) SST (Safety Support Team) Annual Safety Report Annual Safety Report RGS IFD LOC-I CFIT RGS IFD LOC-I CFIT RGS WG (Runway & Ground Safety Working Group) SSP AAI ROSO Summit SSP AAI ROSO Summit States Nominated Coordinators Industry as required Safety Enhancement Initiatives & Detailed Implementation Plans 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Traffic Millions of Departures World MID Region Source: ICAO-iSTARS Number of Accidents in the World Categorized by Risk Factor 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 F-NI TURB LOC-I Runway Safety Other CFIT Unknown SCF Source: ICAO-iSTARS Number of Accidents in the MID Region Categorized by Risk Factor 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: ICAO-iSTARS Runway Safety Accidents per Million Departures 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 World Average 2.1 MID Region Average 4.1 Source: ICAO-iSTARS Accidents by Phase of Flight Source: IATA GSIC Accident Category Breakdown for MID Operators 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 CFIT LOC-I Gear-up Landing / Gear Collapse Hard Landing Ground Damage In-Fl ight Damage Runway/tax iway excursion Undershoot Tailstrike Source: RASG-MID Annual Safety Report – First Edition 2012 Source: RASG-MID Annual Safety Report – First Edition 2012 Accidents Reported between 2006 and 2010 Runway Safety Accidents Other Accidents59% 41% 61% 39% Current Uncertified Aerodromes Certified Aerodromes 50%50% Target by 2015 Uncertified Aerodromes Certified Aerodromes 25% 75% Target by 2017 Uncertified Aerodromes Certified Aerodromes Source: RGS WG/1-WP/6 MID Region Aerodrome Certification MID Region RGS Safety Indicators and Safety Targets Number of Runway excursion related accidents as a percentage of all accidents Number of Runway excursion related accidents as a percentage of all accidents Number of Runway incursion related accidents as a percentage of all accidents Number of Runway incursion related accidents as a percentage of all accidents Number of Runway Safety related accidents per million departures Reduce the related accidents up to 50% by the end of 2017 Reduce the related accidents up to 50% by the end of 2017 Reduce the Runway Safety related accidents to be below the global rate Safety Targets regarding Runway Incursions Safety Targets regarding Runway Excursions Combining the Safety Indicators Reduce the Runway Safety related accidents to be less than 1 accident per million departures by end of 2017Source: RGS WG/1-WP/6 MID Region RGS Safety Enablers Effective reporting system to exchange and analyze safety information Runway Safety Seminar/Workshop Establishment of Regional RST GO-Team Adopt specific regulations related to runway safety Establishment and support of local Runway Safety Teams Identify hazards and mitigation measures on runway excursions/incursions and un-stabilized approach, and develop guidance material and specific training Source: RGS WG/1-WP/6 GROUPING OF CATEGORIES BY ICAO HQ ARCARC USOSUSOSCTOLCTOL WILDWILDRIRI BIRDBIRD RAMPRAMP RERE ADRMADRM GCOLGCOL LOC-GLOC-G Runway Safety (RS) Accordingly the meeting resolved to change the safety theme as per following… Runway and Ground Safety (RGS)Runway and Ground Safety (RGS) Runway Safety (RS) Source: RGS WG/1-WP/6 Six Initiatives for Runway & Ground Safety Local Runway Safety Teams Infra- structure Safe- guarding Wildlife Lasers Unstable Approach MID-RAST–RG - Safety Enhancement Initiative - 1 RISK REDUCTION OF UN-STABILIZED APPROACH States would provide information on runway ends with reported Un-Stabilized approaches IATA will distribute a request to Airlines to identify specific Aerodrome runway ends with Un-Stabilized approaches Data received from the States and IATA will be reviewed by the RGS Working Group RGS/WG/1- DRAFT CONCLUSION 1/1 States that have not yet done so be urged to minimize risk of Unstable Approaches through: Training of pilots, air traffic controllers, and aerodrome operators Development of relevant Guidance materials Mandatory reporting of un-stabilized approaches Review of Standards Operation Procedures
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Score: 775337.06 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...ay%20and%20Ground%20Safety.pdf
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With regard to RWY Incursions and RWY Excursions the Safety Targets RGS are to reduce the related accidents by 50% by the end of 2017. 2.2 From the 2nd ASR we have trends provided by IATA related only to the RWY Excursions as follows: Runway Excursion Trend 2008 to 2012 Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 MID Accident Nr. 1 2 1 3 1 Accident Rate 1.01 1.81 0.80 2.34 0.71 World Rate 0.81 0.69 0.58 0.48 0.58 2.3 However, starting with the 3rd ASR, ICAO data (iSTARS) will be used where the following data has been extracted: RGS WG/1-WP/6 -2- Number of Accidents in MID by Risk category and by Year of occurrence, limited to Scheduled Commercial Air Transport on aircraft above 2250kg between 2006 and 2012 2.4 In this regard, the meeting may wish to note that ICAO HQ has grouped the categories ARC, CTOL, USOS, ADRM, BIRD, GCOL, RAMP, LOC-G, RE, RI and WILD in RS (Runway Safety). 2.5 Based on the above, the meeting may wish to agree to the following: 2.5.1 change the safety theme “Runway and Ground Safety (RGS)” to “Runway Safety” to be in line with ICAO HQ; and 2.5.2 combine the two safety indicators “Number of Runway excursion related accidents as a percentage of all accidents” and “Number of Runway incursion related accidents as a percentage of all accidents” to “ Number of Runway Safety related accidents as a percentage of all accidents. 2.6 With respect to the number of Certified International Aerodromes, the safety target is to have 50% of the International Aerodromes Certified by the end of 2015 and 80% by the end of 2016. (...) In this respect, it is to be highlighted that the accidents rate in the MID Region for 2012 was (2.13 accidents per million departures) which is slightly above the world rate (2.06) for the same year. (...) Number of Runway incursion related accidents as a percentage of all accidents. Reduce Runway Incursions related accidents by 50% by the end of 2017.
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Score: 775337.06 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2014/RGS%20WG1/WP6.pdf
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Analysis of the problem    2.1 The accidents category  related  to  runway  safety  (RS)  is  still one of  the  three high‐risk  accident categories with the highest accident rate worldwide according to ICAO 2016 safety report.  (...) Excursion at the left side of the Runway 01 (Veer off).    Figure 1 - SAM-RE accidents rate     2.4 Considering  the aforesaid, RE occurrences are  still a high‐risk  trend  in South America,  thus  it  is necessary  to address  this problem based on  the events  that occurred  in 2016, allowing  the  ARCM to establish preventive measures to enhance safety in its member States.       2.5 In order to carry out this project, it will be necessary to identify the root causes and to  study the contributing factors of the RE accidents and  incidents (accidents and  incidents that occurred  during take‐off, accidents and  incidents that occurred during  landing, and accidents and  incidents that  occurred when an aircraft overran the sides of the runway).  (...) Dissemination of safety preventive measures     3.1 At  any  time  in  an  accident  or  incident  investigation  process,  the  State  investigative  authority  carrying  out  the  investigation will  recommend  the  preventive measures  considered  to  be  promptly adopted to strengthen aviation safety.    3.2 Aircraft accidents prevention mostly depends on the  information arising from accident  investigations, their causes and factors contributing to the occurrence of accidents
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Score: 774723.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...2016/PARAST26/PARAST26WP03.pdf
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The Fukushima Daiichi power plant accident following the 2011 tsunami - a well-known example of a Natech accident - while nuclear energy facilities are not covered by the Industrial Accidents Convention. (...) Natech risk falls within the scope of the Industrial Accidents Convention. More specifically, the Convention applies to “ the prevention of, preparedness for and response to industrial accidents capable of causing transboundary effects, including the effects of such accidents caused by natural disasters… ” The Convention aims to protect human beings and the environment against industrial accidents by preventing such accidents to the extent possible. (...) Following this workshop, the OECD Working Group on Chemical Accidents developed the  addendum number 2  to the  OECD guiding principles  for chemical accident prevention, preparedness and response (2 nd  edition) to address natural hazards triggering technological accidents (Natechs).  
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Score: 774685.64 - https://unece.org/industrial-a...n-and-natural-disasters-natech
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7/11/2017 2 …not always so simple UNECE Average 2003 2008 2013 Road accident injuries per million inhabitants Country A Country B UNECE Average 0 50 00 50 00 50 00 2003 2008 2013 Road accident fatalities per million inhabitants Country A Country B • Higher accident severity in Country B? (...) Multi-vehicle collisions are counted as only one accident provided that any successive collisions happen within a very short time period. Injury accidents exclude accidents incurring only material damage. – Excluded are terrorist acts. 7/11/2017 4 B.VII-05 Person killed Any person killed immediately or dying within 30 days as a result of an injury accident, excluding suicides. – A killed person is excluded if the competent authority declares the cause of death to be suicide, i.e. a deliberate act to injure oneself resulting in death.
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Score: 774538.53 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/doc/2018/SafeFITS/S3_Menton.pdf
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An Agency investigative report of the accident, dated 16 January 2002, found Mr. Hushiyeh was “75% at fault in th[e] accident”. (...) Hushiyeh advised the Agency of the automobile accident, stating: On Sept. 2nd, 2001, I had a serious car accident while driving an UNRWA vehicle which was assigned to me on a full time user/driver basis. The accident resulted in a comminuted fracture in my left leg.
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Score: 774535.16 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2014-UNAT-435.pdf
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They are directly related to specific hazards and, beyond, to potential accident scenarios. We will not elaborate about the “Mitigation barriers” as they are very limited regarding LOC accidents. (...) Taking a better advantage of it is less expensive than the costs induced by catastrophic accidents. As said before, pilots are not the only actors involved in LOC accident risk. (...) To conclude, I would say that we have the ambition to erase LOC accidents from the statistics, worldwide. But even without accident, the risks will remain anyway, on every flight.
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Score: 774492 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...20of%20LOC%20I%20Accidents.pdf
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Review of the proposed revisions to the gasp APAC-AIG/2-WP/4 Agenda Item 3 International Civil Aviation Organization Second Meeting of the Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group (APAC-AIG/2) (Hong Kong, China, 27-28 May 2014) Agenda Item 3: Independence of accident/incident investigation system INVESTIGATION ARRANGEMENT FOR A BRITISH OVERSEAS TERRITORY (Presented by Singapore) SUMMARY This paper highlights the arrangement for the investigation of air accidents and incidents in Montserrat, a British Overseas Territory. 1. (...) DISCUSSION 2.1 Under the Montserrat legislation, the Governor of Montserrat is required to carry out investigation and appoint persons as Inspectors of Air Accidents for the investigation of accidents and incidents occurring in Montserrat. (...) In the case of Montserrat, it is worth noting that the UK AAIB has trained a locally based Accident Investigation Manager (AIM) to manage accidents and incidents pending the arrival of AAIB inspectors from the UK. 1 ICAO has issued State Letter 2013/55 dated 19 July 2013 [Ref.
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Score: 774004.05 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...ish%20Overseas%20Territory.pdf
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The Fukushima Daiichi power plant accident following the 2011 tsunami - a well-known example of a Natech accident - while nuclear energy facilities are not covered by the Industrial Accidents Convention. (...) Natech risk falls within the scope of the Industrial Accidents Convention. More specifically, the Convention applies to “ the prevention of, preparedness for and response to industrial accidents capable of causing transboundary effects, including the effects of such accidents caused by natural disasters… ” The Convention aims to protect human beings and the environment against industrial accidents by preventing such accidents to the extent possible. (...) Following this workshop, the OECD Working Group on Chemical Accidents developed the  addendum number 2  to the  OECD guiding principles  for chemical accident prevention, preparedness and response (2 nd  edition) to address natural hazards triggering technological accidents (Natechs).  
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Score: 774001.76 - https://unece.org/es/node/237811
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The Fukushima Daiichi power plant accident following the 2011 tsunami - a well-known example of a Natech accident - while nuclear energy facilities are not covered by the Industrial Accidents Convention. (...) Natech risk falls within the scope of the Industrial Accidents Convention. More specifically, the Convention applies to “ the prevention of, preparedness for and response to industrial accidents capable of causing transboundary effects, including the effects of such accidents caused by natural disasters… ” The Convention aims to protect human beings and the environment against industrial accidents by preventing such accidents to the extent possible. (...) Following this workshop, the OECD Working Group on Chemical Accidents developed the  addendum number 2  to the  OECD guiding principles  for chemical accident prevention, preparedness and response (2 nd  edition) to address natural hazards triggering technological accidents (Natechs).  
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Score: 774001.76 - https://unece.org/fr/node/237811
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