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Only a subset of these occurrences will be relevant to the MID Region, so it will be necessary to define the criteria used to select occurrences relevant to this group. 2.2 It is proposed that an occurrence will be included where any of these fields refers to a State in the MID Region: a) the State of Occurrence; b) the State of Registration; and c) the State of Operator. 3. (...) The validated occurrence data will now be visible in iSTARS; and d) Invalid: the occurrence will be marked as invalid. (...) They are: a) Reviewer: a user in this role may review the occurrence and contribute to the discussion about the occurrence, but may not make any changes to the occurrence report; b) Editor: this role gives the user the ability to make changes to the occurrence report.
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Score: 949160.7 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...MID_Final%2007032017%20(4).pdf
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Reporting of international occurrences should be mandatory and domestic occurrences ought to be recommended in Annex 18. (...) Several States cited the practise of encouraging their Operators, Forwarders and Designated Postal Operators to manage the occurrence and to educate their customers when minor DG Occurrences were found. (...) The relative merits of fixed occurrence reporting deadlines vs a graduated approach was considered.
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Score: 936703.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2014/DGPWG.14.IP.009.6.en.pdf
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In accordance with the Technical Instructions, there are requirements for reporting of dangerous goods occurrences by operators to the State of Occurrence, to the State of the Operator and to the State of Origin, depending on the classification of the occurrence. (...) Figure 1 presents the classification of occurrences according to gravity considering that an accident is the most serious occurrence. D groups are Fi Dangerous goo e presented in igure 1: Classifi ods occurrenc n Figure 2. Fig Dangerous  Occurren cation of danger ces may also gure 2: Types of  Goods  nces U dan M dan M dan Dan wit Oth A-4 rous goods occur be divided i dangerous good Undeclared  ngerous goods Misdeclared  ngerous goods Misloading of  ngerous goods ngerous goods  thout NOTOC er occurrences rrences accordin into some gro ds occurrences.
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Score: 936146 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...4/DGPWG.14.WP.013.6.Rev.en.pdf
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The data universe for this report consists of occurrences reported to the ARCM through the SDCPS during the period  2010‐2016; a total of 2522 occurrences.  (...) Note: (48% of 1,218 recorded occurrences do not especify this  attribute). 14 It should be noted that 48% of occurrences do not specify the mass group attribute.  (...) We  have already seen that most occurrences take place during the  landing phase. We will now analyze the events of the  reported occurrences during the landing phase. 
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Score: 932816 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...018/PARAST31/PA-RAST31WP06.pdf
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THE DANGEROUS GOODS OCCURRENCE REPORTING SYSTEM 3.1 The second phase of the VCMP project is specifically focusing on the matters of dangerous goods occurrence reports. (...) Possible  options:  Operator,  Shipper,  Airport,  Forwarder.  No  Yes  10  Occurrence Date  Occurrence date.  No  Yes  11  Occurrence Time  Occurrence time.  (...) No  No  30  Stage  in  which  the  occurrence  happened  Identifies  the  stage  in  which  the  occurrence  happened. 
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Score: 929626.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2014/DGPWG.14.IP.003.6.en.pdf
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Reporting of international occurrences should be mandatory and domestic occurrences ought to be recommended in Annex 18. (...) Several States cited the practise of encouraging their Operators, Forwarders and Designated Postal Operators to manage the occurrence and to educate their customers when minor DG Occurrences were found. (...) The relative merits of fixed occurrence reporting deadlines vs a graduated approach was considered.
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Score: 928463.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...PWG15/DGPWG.15.IP.009.6.en.pdf
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It’s a web-based platform for the reporting and analysis of safety information and provides quasi real-time information on occurrences as reported by various official and media sources. (...) The data fields provided by those sources cover information about the flight history, the aircraft, the operator and the location of occurrence. More data fields would be needed to allow for useful safety analysis. (...) RASG-MID/5-WP/8 -3- 2.5 The AIA WG/1 meeting also initiated a brainstorming related to the processes to be implemented for the creation of an occurrence, addition and amendment of data to existing occurrences as well as for the validation process.
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Score: 926750.1 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/2016/RASG-MID5/WP8.pdf
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WP/IP Template APAC-AIG/3-IP/17 Agenda Item 8 International Civil Aviation Organization Third Meeting of the Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group (APAC-AIG/3) (Colombo, Sri Lanka, 23-24, June 2015) Agenda Item 7: Other Business GROUND COLLISION OCCURRENCE AT YANGON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (Presented by Republic of Korea) SUMMARY This information paper presents factual information of the Ground Collision Occurrence which occurred on 12 February 2015 at Yangon International Airport and presents ARAIB’s position regarding occurrence classification. 1. (...) APAC-AIG/3-IP/17 Agenda Item 8 - 2 - 2.8 ARAIB had a discussion with MAIB and other ARs for classification in depth, reached an agreement that the occurrence was not an Accident. 2.9 However, Accident Preliminary Report was issued a month after the occurrence and MAIB submitted agenda in APAC-AIG/3 Meeting. 2.10 By definition of ICAO Annex 13, an accident is an occurrence associated with operation of an aircraft and in which, THE aircraft sustains damage or structural failure. (...) Therefore the occurrence is not an Accident or Serious Incident as per ICAO regulation. 3.
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Score: 924996 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...tional%20Airport%20-%20ROK.pdf
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The sole objective of the information provided by occurrence reporting should be to benefit aviation safety. (...) States should use the same procedures for domestic occurrences. 1.3.2.4 Occurrences should be reported to the State, particularly where existing safety defences have been breached, failed or were inadequate, or where there was deliberate non-compliance or violation. (...) Similarly, where occurrences have been detected by screening agencies or regulatory agencies such as customs and quarantine, then these occurrences should be reported to the operator (or the designated postal operator) for statistical trend monitoring and education purposes.
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Score: 922668.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...s/DGP26/DGP.26.IP.006.6.en.pdf
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Each State shall also inform the State of Occurrence whether it intends to appoint an accredited representative and if such an accredited representative is appointed, the name and contact details; as well as the expected date of arrival if the accredited representative will travel to the State of Occurrence. Should States' accredited representatives, advisers and experts not be able to travel to the State of Occurrence to participate in the investigation, the State of Occurrence should consider giving priority to teleconference and/or videoconference, as appropriate, when liaising with participants.   2. When the State of Occurrence is a member of a Regional Accident and Incident Investigation Organization (RAIO) Should RAIO AIG experts assigned to the investigation not be able to travel to the State of Occurrence (which does not host the RAIO), it is imperative that the State of Occurrence ensure that its accident investigation authority have the means to handle on-site investigations without the assistance of the RAIO AIG experts.
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Score: 921425.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/COVID-19OPS/Pages/aig.aspx
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