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Review of the proposed revisions to the gasp APAC-AIG /2-WP/7 Agenda Item 5 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 5: Other Business THE ASIAN SOCIETY OF AIR SAFETY INVESTIGATORS (AsiaSASI) (Presented by the AsiaSASI) SUMMARY The AsiaSASI is the Asian regional chapter of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI). It is established to promote aviation safety and strengthen the cooperation among air safety investigators and air safety investigation bodies within the Asian region. (...) DISCUSSION 2.1 The AsiaSASI is established to promote aviation safety and strengthen the cooperation among air safety investigators and air safety investigation bodies within the Asian region.
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Score: 542974.76 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...r%20Safety%20Investigators.pdf
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What is the role of the OIOS Investigations Division? 2. Is the OIOS Investigations Division a law enforcement service? (...) Where does OIOS conduct investigations? 4. What does OIOS investigate and what does it not investigate? (...) Where does OIOS conduct investigations? The OIOS Investigations Division has a broad mandate.
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Score: 542964.16 - https://oios.un.org/id-faq
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What is the role of the OIOS Investigations Division? 2. Is the OIOS Investigations Division a law enforcement service? (...) Where does OIOS conduct investigations? 4. What does OIOS investigate and what does it not investigate? (...) Where does OIOS conduct investigations? The OIOS Investigations Division has a broad mandate.
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Score: 542964.16 - https://oios.un.org/node/1649
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Attachment B to State Letter T 6/13.11.2 – AP062/15 (FS) International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO Regional Accident Investigation Workshop, Asia & Pacific Regions (Colombo, Sri Lanka, 25 - 26 June 2015) WORKSHOP OUTLINE Session 1: Lessons learnt from Accident Investigation Every aviation accident/incident investigation, regardless of its scale, is unique and poses good learning opportunity to air safety investigators. (...) Session 3: Investigation Equipment Investigators constantly face new challenges as time evolves. (...) States/Administrations can share and discuss their arsenal of investigation equipment. Session 4: Special Investigation Techniques This session is opened to specialised fields of investigation; topics covered will consist of higher technical content and may cover special investigative skills/techniques like composite material investigation, fire investigation and photography.
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Score: 542922.3 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...0Investigation%20Workshop).pdf
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WP/IP Template APAC-AIG/1-IP/6 Agenda Item 2 International Civil Aviation Organization First Meeting of the Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group (APAC-AIG/1) (Bali, Indonesia, 18-19 September 2013) Agenda Item 2: Report on recent accident/incident investigation related developments and activities ASIANA AIRLINES BOEING 777 LANDING ACCIDENT AT SFO (Presented by the Aviation & Railway Accident Investigation Board of Korea) SUMMARY The Aviation and Railway Accident Investigation Board (ARAIB) of Korea presents the progress of the NTSB’s investigation into the accident where Asiana Airlines flight 214 crashed at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) on July 6, 2013, about 1128 Pacific daylight time. 1. (...) APAC-AIG/1-IP/6 Agenda Item 2 - 2 - 2. INVESTIGATION TEAM ORGANIZATION AND AR APPOINTMENT 2.1 Investigation team organization of the NTSB and its activities a) The NTSB dispatched its investigation team with Bill English as an investigator- in-charge (IIC) to SFO. (...) ADs are composed of ARAIB investigators, KOCA inspectors, and Asiana-related persons, who participated in the NTSB investigation.
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Score: 542913.77 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...ding%20Accident%20At%20SFO.pdf
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Younis Director of Investigations (A) Investigations Dept. Aviation Investigation Bureau-KSA Jeddah 21442 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA Mr. (...) Gari Cabin & Survivability Investigator Investigations Dept. Aviation Investigation Bureau-KSA Jeddah 21442 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA Mr. (...) Khaled Ameen Technical Investigator Investigations Dept. Aviation Investigation Bureau-KSA Jeddah 21442 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA Mr.
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Score: 542842 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...Summary%20of%20Discussions.pdf
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The meetings discussed the issues of independence of investigation, investigator training, investigation cooperation, voluntary and non-punitive incident reporting, and accident and incident database. Key initiatives include the formation of the Asia-Pacific Accident Investigation Group and the implementation of an Asia and Pacific Regions Code of Conduct on Cooperation Relating to Civil Aviation Accident/Incident Investigation, which is a written framework aiming at promoting mutual cooperation in accident/incident investigation. 1. (...) The CoC provides for mutual cooperative support in terms of investigation facilities, equipment, manpower, skills and expertise, and covers also the areas of investigator training, observer attachment, and exchange of information.
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Score: 542825.8 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...PRAST%20AIG%20AWG%20Report.pdf
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 The Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group encourages States and Administrations in the region to share resources and cooperate in investigation related activities. (...) In May 2008, Brunei and Singapore were also signatories to the ASEAN MOU on accident/incident investigation matters. These MOUs act as a foundation for Brunei and Singapore to collaborate and assist each other especially in the following areas:  offering assistance and the use of air safety investigation manpower, facilities and equipment,  inviting other parties’ investigators to participate or assist in its accident investigation processes,  inviting other parties’ investigators to attend general and specialist investigation courses and undergo training courses which it conducts, where applicable and if suitable. (...) The participation in the different investigation phases allows investigators from both agencies to remain current and improve their investigation skills. 3.
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Score: 542782.4 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...e%20-%20Brunei%20Singapore.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: 542722.3 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...IG1/PPT5-AIGP%20Activities.pdf
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AN 6/12-13/55] which proposed a new standard specifying that "States shall establish an accident investigation authority that is independent from State aviation authorities and other entities that could interfere with the conduct or objectivity of an investigation". (...) 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: 542706.54 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...to%20APRAST%20-%20Chairman.pdf
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