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(vii) In regard to the allegation that he was incoherent, unsteady and unable to write down his account of the accident, this type of behaviour is commonly associated with the shock of being involved in an accident. (...) (xiii) The charge of causing a ‘major’ traffic accident was unfounded. The records from the Chief Transport Office in UNOCI showed there was no ‘major’ accident reported in November 2007, only minor ones. (...) A sketch of the accident scene prepared by a SIU Officer was annexed to the Report.
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Score: 771249.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2010-052.pdf
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Microsoft Word - RASGPA06WP08 RASG-PA/6 — WP/08 20/06/13 International Civil Aviation Organization Sixth Annual Plenary Meeting of the Regional Aviation Safety Group – Pan America (RASG-PA/6) San Jose, Costa Rica, 27 – 28 June 2013 Agenda Item 4 RASG-PA Projects 4.2 Central American Accident and Incident Prevention Investigation Commission Report CENTRAL AMERICA REGIONAL ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION GROUP (Presented by COCESNA/ACSA) SUMMARY This Working Paper presents the evolution project of the implementation of the Regional Accident Investigation Group by COCESNA/ACSA, and supported by RASG-PA as a project, whose objective will be the investigation and prevention of accidents and serious incidents in the Central American region accordingly with ICAO Annex 13 and ICAO SARPs. (...) Summary 3.1 In conclusion, the Regional Accident Investigation Group continues to work and assist COCESNA Member States in the conduct of accident investigation and prevention strategies. A well noted contributing factor to fatal accidents in this region is LOC-I (Loss of control Inflight).
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Score: 770971.63 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...2013/RASGPA06/RASGPA06WP08.pdf
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Preventing accidental water pollution and its transboundary effects UNECE Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents . Thematic session 4: Emergency preparedness, response and mutual assistance UNECE Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents Seminar on good practices and lessons learned in implementing the UNECE Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents Geneva and online, 3-4 February 2022 Vitali Mutaf, Member of the Working Group on Implementation • Parties shall prepare: – On-site contingency plans for hazardous activities, incl. to prevent and minimize transboundary effects; elements shall be shared with other Parties concerned – Off-site contingency plans for hazardous activities to prevent and minimize transboundary effects; Parties concerned shall make their plans compatible or make joint plans • Parties shall take appropriate measures to establish and maintain adequate emergency preparedness to respond to industrial accidents, including to mitigate transboundary effects. • Adequate measures shall be taken in case of an accident or imminent threat of one, incl. against transboundary effects; Parties shall coordinate response measures Industrial Accidents Convention: Articles 8 (and Annex VII) and 11 on emergency preparedness and response Industrial Accidents Convention: Article 12 on mutual assistance • Parties may ask for assistance from other Parties in case of an accident, to which the latter must promptly decide and inform the requesting Party on its position to assist • If in a positive position, the concerned Parties shall cooperate to facilitate the prompt provision of assistance, incl. to minimize the consequences and effects of industrial accidents • Also, the UNECE Industrial Accidents Notification (IAN) System provides a basis for alerting other countries of accidents 9th report on implementation: Key findings/recommendations of the WGI • Emergency preparedness and response were generally at an acceptable level. • The WGI considers that testing, updating and review of emergency plans in cooperation with neighbouring countries continue to be challenging for many Parties and beneficiary countries. • The WGI calls on Parties and committed countries with hazardous activities to further strengthen their testing, updating and review of emergency plans in cooperation with neighbouring countries — and their development, implementation and testing of joint or harmonized plans. 9th report on implementation: Key findings/recommendations of the WGI • Almost all countries identified an authority to act as a point of contact for mutual assistance and provided clear information about their procedures for requesting and providing assistance in case of an accident with transboundary effects. • The WGI encourages the remaining Parties and committed countries to establish an authority to act as a point of contact on mutual assistance. (...) • Use the UNECE Checklist for contingency planning for accidents affecting transboundary waters • Review national examples in this session, such as examples of Hungary’s transboundary cooperation exercises on emergency preparedness for a complex response • Review lessons learned from trilateral table-top and field exercises between the Republic of Moldova, Romania and Ukraine at the International Sea Port Guirgiulesti and their development of a joint/transboundary contingency plan in the Danube Delta • Look at other UNECE resources and other good practices Other relevant good practices (reported) Croatia Database with documents on good practices for off-site contingency planning Czech Republic Methodological instructions for off-site contingency planning European Union Emergency Response and Coordination Centre (ERCC) Finland Guidance documents on internal emergency planning for operators and external emergency planning Germany The Commission on Process Safety (KAS) elaborated on guidelines, including for contingency planning Greece Guidelines for contingency planning Lithuania Training exercises Luxembourg Development of technologies to provide alerts and trigger responses in case of an emergency (GouvAlert) Norway National emergency preparedness plan for chemical substances, biological agents, radioactive substances, nuclear material and explosives (CBRNE) Netherlands Guidance documents on contingency planning Romania Good practices for off-site contingency planning Slovakia Methodology on contingency planning Spain Guidance for planning and controlling major accidents with dangerous substances Sweden Good practices for off-site contingency planning UK Good practices for on-site contingency planning and on the responsibilities of responder agencies to prepare and plan for emergencies Thematic session 4: Emergency preparedness, response and mutual assistanceUNECE Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents Industrial Accidents Convention:Articles 8 (and Annex VII) and 11 on emergency preparedness and response Industrial Accidents Convention:Article 12 on mutual assistance 9th report on implementation:Key findings/recommendations of the WGI 9th report on implementation:Key findings/recommendations of the WGI Decision 200/2: Strengthening the implementation of the Convention How to implement Article 7, the related WGI recommendations and Decision 2020/2?
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Score: 770971.63 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...w%20of%20Session%204_FINAL.pdf
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STATISTICAL RECORD – CFIT ACCIDENTS 2.1 The ICAO Accident and Incident Data Reporting (ADREP) System shows that from 1992 to 2003, there was a decreasing trend in the annual total number of fatal accidents involving turbine-powered aeroplanes having a maximum certificated takeoff mass in excess of 5 700 kg used in commercial air transport (Figure 1). (...) This decrease contributed to the reduction in the total number of fatal accidents. 2.3 The ADREP data also indicated that a high percentage of the CFIT accidents occurred in the approach and landing phases of flight (Figure 3). Therefore, a reduction in the number of approach and landing accidents would be reflected in a reduction of the total number of CFIT accidents.
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Score: 770827.44 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...%2035th%20Session/wp059_en.pdf
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ICAO issued Circular 285, Guidance on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families in 2001. This was superseded by Doc 9998, ICAO Policy on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their families and Doc 9973, Manual on assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their families, both published in 2013. (...) Lessons learned in recent accidents — by Mr Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, Director General of Civil Aviation (Malaysia) Comments on the major challenges faced by Malaysia in assisting families of victims following the accidents with MH 370 (8 March 2014) and MH17 (17 July 2014). (...) Regulation on Family Assistance in Civil Aircraft Accident: Chinese Perspective — by Fang Jun (China) China's regulation on Emergency Response and Family Assistance Related to Civil Aircraft Accident (CCAR-399) entered into force on 1 January 2006.
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Score: 770827.44 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...20assistance%20HLSC2_notes.pdf
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States/Administrations that have not yet established an independent accident investigation authority are encouraged to do so as soon as possible and consult RASG-APAC's APAC-AIG if necessary. 2.4 As regards APRAST Conclusions APRAST 4/4, 4/5 and 5/3, RASG-APAC/4 recognized that an independent accident investigation authority will need a core group of trained accident investigators. (...) Furthermore, States/ Administrations are encouraged to consider joining the Asian Society of Air Safety Investigators (AsiaSASI), whose membership can help accident investigators and accident investigation agencies build a strong network for the sharing of investigation knowledge and techniques as well as investigation experience, with the common goal of achieving safety improvement. 2.6 APRAST/5 also decided in Decisions APRAST 5/3: That, the expansion of the APAC accident/incident investigation bodies’ database to include information on underwater search resources and the convening of the ICAO Asia Pacific Regional Accident Investigation Workshop hosted by the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka, be included in the RASG- APAC 2014/2015 Yearly Work Programme. 2.7 Subsequently, RASG-APAC/4 discussed this decision and included the following in the RASG-APAC 2014/2015 Yearly Work Programme:  Expansion of the APAC accident/incident investigation bodies’ database to include information on underwater search resources  Hosting of the ICAO Asia Pacific Regional Accident Investigation Workshop in 2015 by Sri Lanka 2.8 The above-mentioned database has been expanded. (...) T 10/5.4- AP 016/15 (FS) and T 10/5.5-AP 017115 (FS)] issued on 28 January 2015 addressing the conclusions of APRAST/4 and APRAST/5 relating to accident investigation; and b) Encourage States/Administrations to attend APAC-AIG/3 on 23-24 June 2015 and the ICAO Asia Pacific Regional Accident Investigation Workshop on 25-26 June 2015, to be held in Colombo, Sri Lanka. — — — — — — — — APRAST/5-WP/7 Attachment A Conclusions of APRAST/4 and APRAST/5 relating to accident investigation Ref to APRAST conclusion Conclusion Addressed by ICAO State Letter APRAST 4/1 that, APRAST recommend RASG-APAC to draw the States/Administrations’ attention to the ICAO State Letter 2013/55 dated 19 July 2013 [Ref.
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Score: 770793.55 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...irman's%20Report%20Rev%201.pdf
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 During the First Meeting of the Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group held at Bali, Indonesia on 18 to 19 September 2013, Singapore presented WP/4, titled Independence of Accident and Incident Investigations. (...) APAC-AIG/3-WP/4 Agenda Item 3 - 2 - 2.3 The State Letter also informed States/Administrations may consider consulting RASG-APAC's Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group (APAC-AIG), if necessary, for assistance in accident investigation matters, including establishing an independent investigation system. 3. ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The Meeting is encouraged to a) establish an independent investigation system in their respective States/ Administrations; and b) consider consulting RASG-APAC’s Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group (APAC-AIG) for assistance in accident investigation matters if necessary. — END —
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Score: 770697.46 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...nt%20AIA%20-%20Secretariat.pdf
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Statistics of occupational accidents, occupational diseases, commuting accidents and dangerous occurrences: Compilation and publication.......... 23 8.1. (...) Investigation of occupational accidents, occupational diseases, commuting accidents, dangerous occurrences and incidents........................ 27 10.1. (...) In analysing occupational accidents, the attribution of the responsibility for the accident should not be the main concern.
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Score: 770683.84 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tiveinstrument/wcms_107800.pdf
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Accident Reporting | Fishing Safety | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Fishing Safety Background Capacity Building Projects Risk Management News & Events Resources Governance Personal Safety Accident Reporting Technologies Vessels & Equipment Search & Rescue Partners Accident Reporting Fisheries is #1 in most lists of deadly occupations. (...) While most developed countries have a formal fishing accident reporting system, often integrated in maritime accident reporting systems, e.g. the European Maritime Safety agency and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) , this is not the case in a majority of developing countries.  (...) Fisheries, Maritime authority, Coastguard). When an accident has occurred, the vessel captain or owner must report the event to the relevant Authorities as soon as possible.
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Score: 770615.77 - https://www.fao.org/fishing-sa...kground/accident-reporting/en/
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Al Ibrahimi Najib Accident Investigator Morocco, Air Accident Investigation Bureau MOROCCO Mr. (...) Herry Johannes Klumper Head, Air Accident Investigation Unit Qatar Air Accident Investigation Doha – QATAR SAUDI ARABIA Mr. (...) Ibrahim Ahmed Addasi Chief Air Accident Investigator General Civil Aviation Authority Air Accident Investigation Sector Dubai - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ORGANIZATIONS/INDUSTRIES GCC Mr.
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Score: 770256.6 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...Summary%20of%20Discussions.pdf
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