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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: 770194.63 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...uresWebinar04-EN-Example04.pdf
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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: 770150.93 - https://www.icao.int/EURNAT/Pa...s_articles/AIGP7-20220527.aspx
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MID-SST/3-WP/5 27/09/2016 International Civil Aviation Organization MID Safety Support Team Third Meeting (MID-SST/3) (Abu Dhabi, UAE, 10 – 13 October 2016) Agenda Item 2: MID-SST Work Programme Strategy for the establishment of a Middle East RAIO (MID-SST Rapporteur) SUMMARY This paper presents updates regarding the Regional Accident & Incident investigation activities including the Strategy for the establishment of a Middle East RAIO. (...) INTRODUCTION 1.1 Improving Regional Cooperation for the Provision of Accident & Incident Investigation is the third SEI addressed by MID-SST. 1.2 It was agreed that the Strategy for the establishment of Regional Accident and Incident Investigation Organization(s) (RAIO(s), needs to be revised in order to reach a mature level of regional cooperation before considering any feasibility study on the establishment of RAIO(s). 2. (...) ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to: a) support the ACAC/ICAO AIG Workshop and provide proposals to its agenda and work programme and feedback on the proposed revision of the Strategy; b) encourage States and Stakeholders to actively participate in the Workshop; and c) identify a Champion to carry on the task in para 2.4 related to the development of a RASG-MID Safety Advisory, which consolidates a set of safety recommendations addressing the Focus Areas and Emerging Risks in the MID Region. -------------- MID-SST/3-WP/5 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; MID-SST/3-WP/5 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.
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Score: 769962.74 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...20a%20Middle%20East%20RAIO.pdf
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The APAC-AIG Chairman reported on the progress made on the conclusions and decisions developed by APRAST/4, APRAST/5 and RASG-APAC/4 relating to accident investigation. 2. DISCUSSION 2.1 Conclusions relating to accident investigation developed by APRAST/4 and APRAST/5 are listed in Attachment A. 2.2 As regards APRAST Conclusions 4/1, 4/2 and 4/3, RASG-APAC/4 recognised the desirability for States/Administrations to have an independent aircraft accident investigation authority. (...) APAC-AIG/3-IP/2 Agenda Item 1 - 2 - 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 3.
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Score: 769864.84 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...to%20APRAST%20-%20Chairman.pdf
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Predictive Information Reactive Safety Information • Regional Accidents Rates • MID Accidents Frequency and Severity • Regional fatal accidents • Analysis of MID accidents • Safety Focus Areas for the MID region Reactive Safety Information Analysis of MID accidents • All accidents rate in the MID region was above the world rate by an average of 3.86 • All Mid accidents rate among non IOSA registered operators was above the world accident rate by 6.23 Reactive Safety Information The most frequent accident categories for the year 2008-2011 for the MID region are: • Runway /Taxiway excursion • Loss of control inflight • Hard landing • Gear-up landing/Gear collapse • Inflight Damage Top contributing Factors • Safety Management • Aircraft malfunction • Maintenance events • SOP adherence/SOP Cross verification • Unstable approach • LDG floated/bounced/bounced/firm /off center/crabbed LDG • Monitor /Cross Check • Over all crew performance  Top Two flight phases when accidents occur in the MID region are LND and TOF  The three top fatal accident categories for the 2008-2012 period are: 1. (...) Analysis of Audits  ICAO USOAP-CMA.  IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA)  IATA (ISAGO) Analysis of accidents and occurrences  Reported by States  STEADES data  Reported by airlines On demand analysis of identified risks or hazards MID Region Safety Performance - Safety Indicators Incidents and occurrences reported by airlines January 2011 till July 2013 Bird strike Predictive Safety Information Under this section of the report, the aim is to collect and analyse safety data to proactively identify safety concerns before accidents or incidents occur, to develop timely mitigation and prevention measures  FDM Trends and FOQA Data FDX data  Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment State Safety Program (SSP) • Within the MID Safety Strategy, the MID Region adopted the safety target to progressively reduce the accident rate to be in line with the global average by the end of 2017.
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Score: 769683.06 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...%20and%20FOD%20Workshop/RJ.pdf
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However, the rate of fatal accidents in the MID Region was (0.71) which is higher than the world rate (0.41) by 42.2% for 2012. 2.4 The safety targets for Runway and Ground Safety (RGS) and LOC-I related accidents are to reduce these accidents by 50% by the end of 2017, while the safety target for CFIT related accidents is to maintain accidents below the global rate. The table below shows the numbers of Runway Excursions, LOC-I and CFIT related accidents as well as the percentage of these accidents categories to all accidents in the MID Region for the period (2008-2012): Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 MID Total accident 8 12 6 6 2 MID RWY Excursions-related accidents 1 2 1 3 1 % of All Accidents 12.5% 16.7% 16.7% 50% 50% MID LOC-I -related accidents 3 3 0 1 0 % of All Accidents 37.5% 25% 0% 16.7% 0% MID In-flight Damage -related accidents 2 1 1 0 0 % of All Accidents 25% 8.3% 16.7% 0% 0% MID CFIT -related accidents 0 0 1 0 1 % of All Accidents 0% 0% 16.7% 0% 50% 2.5 According to the table above, the trends related to Runway Excursions and LOC-I are fluctuated from year to another. (...) However, the MID Region had had no CFIT accident in 2008, 2009 and 2010, and had one accident in 2011. 2.7 With regard to IFD-related accidents, although the safety target is to reduce accidents by 50% by the end of 2017, there was no accident in the MID Region for 2011 and 2012.
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Score: 769636.67 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...Region%20Safety%20Strategy.pdf
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Microsoft Word - RASGPAESC12IP02.doc RASG-PA ESC/12 – IP/02 09/03/12 International Civil Aviation Organization Twelfth Meeting of the Regional Aviation Safety Group – Pan America (RASG-PA) Executive Steering Committee RASG-PA ESC/12 Montego Bay, Jamaica, 14 to 15 March 2012 Agenda Item 3.6: RASG-PA Projects/UPDATE  4.2: RASG-PA GSI-4 Project - Effective Incident and Accident Investigation Central America Regional Accident Investigation Group Update (Presented by COCESNA/ACSA)   SUMMARY This working paper presents an update to 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. (...) Phase III (2012-2014) Prevention Phase: a. Creation of an accident investigation laboratory to assist Member States with technical and accident reconstruction capabilities. 3. Summary 3.1 The existence of an independent body, responsible for the investigation of accident and incident within Central America ensures: 1.
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Score: 769278.1 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...ASGPAESC12/RASGPAESC12IP02.pdf
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Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families (3 pages) FALP8.WP2.AircraftAccidentVictims.doc FACILITATION PANEL (FALP) EIGHTH MEETING Montréal, 24-28 November 2014 Agenda Item 2: Amendments to Annex 9 PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ANNEX 9: ASSISTANCE TO AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES (Presented by Secretariat) SUMMARY At the 38th Session of the ICAO Assembly, Spain, in collaboration with Argentina, Cape Verde, Finland, France, Italy, Mexico and Portugal, presented A38-WP/301 and Corrigendum No. 1, Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and Their Families. (...) International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER FALP/8-WP/2 11/8/14 http://www.icao.int/Meetings/a38/Pages/WP_Num.aspx FALP/8-WP/2 - 2 - 1.3 The Assembly supported the recommendation that the ICAO Council be invited to consider introducing a provision related to assistance to aircraft accident victims and their families in an Annex other than Annex 13, so as to ensure the independence of accident investigations. (...) RECOMMENDATIONS 2.1 The FAL Panel is thus invited to consider, with reference to A38-WP/301, the proposals to amend Annex 9 as set out in the Appendix. — — — — — — — — FALP/8-WP/2 - 3 - APPENDIX Amend Annex 9 as follows: 8.45 Recommended Practice.── States should establish legislation, regulations and/or policies in support of aircraft accident victims and their families. Note.──Attention is drawn to 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. — END —
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Score: 769025.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...2014/Docs/FALP8-WP02_en%20.pdf
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EFDRR Focused thematic discussion - Preventing another Sandoz, Baia Mare or Beirut accident: Perspectives on risk management in the context of the Sendai Framework | UNECE Skip to main content English Français Pусский Español العربية 汉语 English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Meetings & Events Meetings & Events Practical Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory EFDRR Focused thematic discussion - Preventing another Sandoz, Baia Mare or Beirut accident: Perspectives on risk management in the context of the Sendai Framework EFDRR Focused thematic discussion - Preventing another Sandoz, Baia Mare or Beirut accident: Perspectives on risk management in the context of the Sendai Framework Environmental Policy Industrial Accidents Other events of interest (on industrial accidents) 24 November 2021 10:00 - 12:00 Matosinhos, Portugal and online The UNECE Industrial Accidents Convention, in cooperation and co-organization with OECD, EIB, Norway and Slovenia, organized a focused thematic discussion on chemical and industrial risk management that took place on 24 of November, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m CET in the framework of EFDRR. The focused thematic discussion was titled Preventing another Sandoz, Baia Mare or Beirut accident: Perspectives on risk management in the context of the Sendai Framework. (...) Opening Key note address ( pre-recorded video ) Elisabeth Sørbøe Aarsæther, Director-General of the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection (DSB), Norway Key note address Bojan Dejak, Director-General, Water and Investment Directorate, Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Republic of Slovenia Session 1: Chemical and industrial disaster risk – a scene setter Overview of chemical and industrial accidents ( PDF )   Rachel McCann , Chair of the OECD Working Party on Chemical Accidents and Head of Emergency Planning Unit, Health and Safety Executive, United Kingdom Legal, policy and governance frameworks and their implementation ( PDF ) Franziska Hirsch, Secretary to the UNECE Industrial Accidents Convention Session 2: Revisiting the Sendai priorities using a chemical disasters’ risks lens Understanding industrial and chemical disaster risk Jasmina Karba, Secretary, Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Slovenia Governance for industrial and chemical accident prevention, preparedness and response   Torill Tandberg, Chair of the Industrial Accidents Convention, member of the Bureau of the OECD Working Party on Chemical Accidents and Specialist Director International Relations of the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection Financing for industrial and chemical risk management ( PDF ) Bartholomew Judd, Environmental Specialist, European Investment Bank Transboundary cooperation for prevention, preparedness, and recovery ( PDF ) Svetlana Stirbu, Health, Safety and Environmental Protection Specialist, ICS Danube Logistics SRL, Moldova Session 3: Coherence between policies: industrial safety, disaster risk and sustainable development Showcasing policy coherence Cascading effects: Natech risk and governance responses ( PDF ) Elisabeth Krausmann, Principal Scientist, European Commission Joint Research Centre Showcasing integrated national strategies on DRR and sustainable development - technical, industrial and chemical safety ( PDF ) Evgeny Baranovsky, Deputy Head of the International Cooperation Department, Ministry for Emergency Situations, Belarus Land-use planning for accident prevention and response ( PDF ) Martin Merkofer, Head of the Major Accident and Earthquake Mitigation Section, Federal Office for the Environment, Switzerland Interactive poll             Figure 1: screenshot of the interactive poll COVID-19 implications for industrial and chemical safety Current and future implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for chemical and industrial safety ( PDF ) Torill Tandberg, Chair of the Industrial Accidents Convention, member of the Bureau of the OECD Working Party on Chemical Accidents and Specialist Director International Relations of the Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection Closing remarks Key messages for global discussion and key input to EFDRR and Global Platform on DRR ( PDF ) Dmitry Mariyasin, Deputy Executive Secretary, UNECE 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: 768611.9 - https://unece.org/info/events/event/353910
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Review of the proposed revisions to the gasp APAC-AIG/1-WP/7 Agenda Item 4 International Civil Aviation Organization First Meeting of the Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group (APAC-AIG/1) (Bali, Indonesia, 18-19 September 2013) Agenda Item 4: Database of APAC accident/incident investigation bodies APAC-AIG COMMUNICATION NETWORK (Presented by Chairman of APAC-AIG) SUMMARY This paper encourages States/Administrations to communicate freely on accident/ incident investigation related matters and to start considering designating suitable officials as points of contact. 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 The Accident Investigation Ad hoc Working Group of the Asia Pacific Regional Aviation Safety Team (APRAST-AIG AWG) has evolved into the Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group (APAC-AIG). (...) ACTION BY THE MEETING 3.1 The meeting is invited to note that members of the APAC-AIG are encouraged to communicate freely on accident/incident investigation related matters and are urged to consider designating suitable officials as their points of contact in the APAC-AIG framework. — END — 1 See Working Paper APAC-AIG/1-WP/5. 2 The terms of reference of the APAC-AIG are: • To assist States/Administrations in keeping abreast of developments in the area of accident/incident investigation • To enhance the capabilities and professionalism of the accident/incident investigation bodies • To promote the sharing of expertise, experience and information among accident/incident investigation bodies • To develop and strengthen cooperation among the accident/incident investigation bodies
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Score: 768609.67 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...%20Communication%20Network.pdf
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