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Template for development of procedures NUMBER: 55 TITLE: Forwarding Preliminary ADREP Reports Process: Reporting Reference: PQ 6.431 - Has the State, as the State conducting the investigation, developed and implemented procedures to ensure that it sends preliminary ADREP reports, when the aircraft involved in an accident is of a maximum mass of over 2 250 kg, to all involved States and ICAO? Step WHAT (Detailed description of the task) WHO (Designated person responsible for the execution) HOW (Determination of the way the task will be performed and means to be used) WHEN (Establish the timeline for the procedure, determining the deadlines for relevant tasks) In COORDINATION with whom (Identify the persons to coordinate the execution of the task with when applicable) 1 Verify if occurrence meets the criteria to issue Preliminary ADREP Report Investigator-in-charge Verify if the occurrence is an accident (incidents do not require preliminary reports). (...) Within 25 working days after the accident Investigation Team 5 File relevant information for the preliminary report Investigator-in-charge Save all information selected in step 4 in the corresponding accident electronic folders: - electronic files to be saved in the "Preliminary Report" subfolder of the folder corresponding to the accident in the AIG secure server - hard copies to be filed in the "Preliminary Report" tab of the folder corresponding to the accident in the safe room After step 4 and within 25 working days after the accident Administrative Assistant Notify the Administrative Assistance (e-mail) of availability of information for preparation of the report 6 Update information in the ECCAIRS record of the accident Administrative Assistant Insert all the information selected for the preliminary report into the ECCAIRS corresponding record of the occurrence Notify the Investigator-in-charge (e-mail) when insertion is complete After step 5 and up to the 27th calendar day after the accident Investigator-in-charge 7 Generate the Preliminary ADREP Report Investigator-in-charge Create the corresponding ECCAIRS data file (e5f format) of the event and inform the Administrative Assistant by e-mail After step 6 and up to the 28th calendar day after the accident N/A ALTERNATIVE PATH (in case of unavailability of ECCAIRS) 6A Draft a written Preliminary ADREP Report Administrative Assistant Insert all the information selected for the preliminary report into the F-66 form and save this draft in the "Preliminary Report" subfolder of the folder corresponding to the accident in the AIG secure server Notify the Investigator-in-charge (e-mail) when draft is prepared After step 5 and up to the 27th calendar day after the accident Investigator-in-charge 7A Generate the Preliminary ADREP Report Investigator-in-charge Revise the draft written Preliminary ADREP report, and save the approved report in the same subfolder Notify the Administrative Assistant the report is ready to be sent After step 6 and up to the 28th calendar day after the accident Administrative Assistant 8 Prepare Transmittal Letter Administrative Assistant Fill the Form 31 (Transmittal Letter e-mail for Forwarding Preliminary ADREP Report) and send to the Investigator-in-charge (e-mail), observing: - Recipients according to STD 7.1 and 7.2 of Annex 13 - E-mail addresses from the States involved shall be taken from ICAO’s webpage (https://www.icao.int/safety/AIA/Pages/default.aspx) - All appointed Accredited Representatives to be included in the destination list - Advisors not to be included Up to the 28th calendar day after the accident Administrative Assistant 9 Forward Preliminary ADREP Report Investigator-in-charge Send the Transmittal Letter e-mail (with the Preliminary ADREP Report as an attachment) to all States involved and to ICAO when applicable Save a copy of the Transmittal Letter e-mail (with the Preliminary ADREP Report as an attachment) in the "Preliminary Report" subfolder of the folder corresponding to the accident in the AIG secure server Notify the Administrative Assistant to update the Investigation Control Spreadsheet Up to the 30th calendar day after the accident Administrative Assistant https://www.icao.int/safety/AIA/Pages/default.aspx 10 Update the Investigation Control Spreadsheet Administrative Assistant Register in the Investigation Control Spreadsheet the date the report was forwarded, as well as the confirmation of receipt from all the States and ICAO Notify the Investigator-in-charge (e-mail) when done Within 10 calendar days after the forwarding of the Preliminary ADREP Report Investigator-in-charge NOTES N1 This procedure is related to the issuance and forwarding of ADREP Accidents (PQ 6.435) and ADREP Incidents Data Reports (PQ 6.437) N2 Forms F-31 and F-66 are available in the AIG server, at O:\AIG\Documents\InvestigationForms\ N3 Guidance for filling the F-66 template is available at the CAAC Accident Investigation Manual ATTACHMENTS # TITLE DESCRIPTION A Investigation Control Spreadsheet A tool to help the management of the administrative tasks related to the investigation B F-31 – Transmittal Letter e-mail for Forwarding Preliminary ADREP Report A template to be used for forwarding preliminary ADREP reports to States and to ICAO C F-66 – Written Preliminary ADREP Report Form A template based on the factual information part of the Final Report to be used for the issuance of the preliminary ADREP report in the case ECCAIRS is not available D
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Score: 853006.2 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...uresWebinar04-EN-Example04.pdf
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It is therefore very important that countries are fully prepared in order to reduce the impact of an industrial accident on communities and the environment. In order to prepare for industrial accidents, countries should have identified hazardous facilities where an accident could occur as part of the prevention obligations of the Convention. (...) Responding promptly to an industrial accident is crucial in reducing its effects on communities and the environment. (...) The Industrial Accident Notification (IAN) System has been created to facilitate the timely notification of countries that may be affected by an industrial accident.
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Score: 853006.2 - https://unece.org/fr/node/4284
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It is therefore very important that countries are fully prepared in order to reduce the impact of an industrial accident on communities and the environment. In order to prepare for industrial accidents, countries should have identified hazardous facilities where an accident could occur as part of the prevention obligations of the Convention. (...) Responding promptly to an industrial accident is crucial in reducing its effects on communities and the environment. (...) The Industrial Accident Notification (IAN) System has been created to facilitate the timely notification of countries that may be affected by an industrial accident.
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Score: 853006.2 - https://unece.org/ru/node/4284
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It is therefore very important that countries are fully prepared in order to reduce the impact of an industrial accident on communities and the environment. In order to prepare for industrial accidents, countries should have identified hazardous facilities where an accident could occur as part of the prevention obligations of the Convention. (...) Responding promptly to an industrial accident is crucial in reducing its effects on communities and the environment. (...) The Industrial Accident Notification (IAN) System has been created to facilitate the timely notification of countries that may be affected by an industrial accident.
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Score: 853006.2 - https://unece.org/ar/node/4284
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It is therefore very important that countries are fully prepared in order to reduce the impact of an industrial accident on communities and the environment. In order to prepare for industrial accidents, countries should have identified hazardous facilities where an accident could occur as part of the prevention obligations of the Convention. (...) Responding promptly to an industrial accident is crucial in reducing its effects on communities and the environment. (...) The Industrial Accident Notification (IAN) System has been created to facilitate the timely notification of countries that may be affected by an industrial accident.
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Score: 853006.2 - https://unece.org/zh-hans/node/4284
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It is therefore very important that countries are fully prepared in order to reduce the impact of an industrial accident on communities and the environment. In order to prepare for industrial accidents, countries should have identified hazardous facilities where an accident could occur as part of the prevention obligations of the Convention. (...) Responding promptly to an industrial accident is crucial in reducing its effects on communities and the environment. (...) The Industrial Accident Notification (IAN) System has been created to facilitate the timely notification of countries that may be affected by an industrial accident.
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Score: 853006.2 - https://unece.org/es/node/4284
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It is therefore very important that countries are fully prepared in order to reduce the impact of an industrial accident on communities and the environment. In order to prepare for industrial accidents, countries should have identified hazardous facilities where an accident could occur as part of the prevention obligations of the Convention. (...) Responding promptly to an industrial accident is crucial in reducing its effects on communities and the environment. (...) The Industrial Accident Notification (IAN) System has been created to facilitate the timely notification of countries that may be affected by an industrial accident.
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Score: 853006.2 - https://unece.org/preparedness-and-response
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Accident Investigation Panel 7th meeting (AIGP/7) – 24 to 27 May 2022 You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) He shared with them key priorities for the Regional Office in the area of accident and incident investigation The AIGP/7 meeting participants continued their work for the development of ICAO provisions regarding accident and incident investigations (set forth in Annex 13 — Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation and related documents), in support of the Global Aviation Safety Plan (GASP) implementation. The discussions led to proposed enhancements to Annex 13 provisions and/or ICAO guidance material in areas such as accident/incident reporting requirements (ADREP), the publication of Final Reports, the protection of accident and incident investigation records, the investigations in conflict of interest scenarios related to aircraft downings, acts of unlawful interferences during aircraft accident investigations, regional cooperation in accident and incident investigations and underwater accident investigations.
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Score: 852919.8 - https://www.icao.int/EURNAT/Pa...s_articles/AIGP7-20220527.aspx
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Where more than one person is injured in a single accident, each case of occupational injury should be counted separately. (...) It may however be desirable, for accident prevention purposes, for countries to classify their data at a greater level of detail. (...) For injuries due to commuting accidents: place of accident; injured person's mode of transport; injured person's transport role; mode of transport of counterpart.
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Score: 852786.8 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM8/E/ANNEX.html
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The accidents in Schweizerhalle, Switzerland, and Baia Mare, Romania, have brought this message home.  The Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents helps Parties to prevent industrial accidents that can have transboundary effects and to prepare for, and respond to, accidents if they occur. (...) In addition, Central Asian countries cooperate under the Syr Darya Project, aiming to identify and mitigate industrial accident and water-related hazards and risks. News Ukraine joins UNECE Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents 14 July 2022 UNECE and partners showcase examples of integrated governance of climate and technological risks in transboundary water bodies at Global Platform on DRR 01 June 2022 At 2022 Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, UNECE calls to build coherent resilience policies and governance and enhance transboundary cooperation to accelerate Sendai Framework implementation 31 May 2022 Upcoming Events 01 September Eight Consultation of the Points of Contact Switzerland 29 November - 01 December Twelfth meeting of the Conference of the Parties Geneva Switzerland 58, 67, 65, 66, 64, 63, 994, 61, 60, 59, 62 Recent Events 27 July Sixth technical meeting of the experts within the Syr Darya Project online only 28 - 29 June Forty-ninth meeting of the Bureau online only 20 - 21 June Forty-sixth meeting of the Working Group on Implementation Geneva (online) Switzerland Publications Cartoons on the Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents Introduction to Industrial Accidents (on-line training course) Safety guidelines and good practices for Tailings Management Facilities Checklist for contingency planning for accidents affecting transboundary waters Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents Previous Next ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 852322.95 - https://unece.org/environment-policy/industrial-accidents
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