The communication used for the prompt dissemination of data obtained during the early stages of the investigation. To provide guidelines for Accident Investigators when examining the human factors aspects of accidents. Pertinent information on aeronautical mobile and fixed service communications and their effectiveness. The State having jurisdiction over the organization responsible for the type design.
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The planning of an investigation and the notification process for accidents and incidents are also addressed, as are the initial actions to be taken at an accident site, with particular emphasis on the safety of personnel.
A directory of the accident investigation authorities in all States and their contact details is included. Part II — Procedures and Checklists , 2nd Edition — , provides information on the common techniques and procedures, as well as checklists to assist States in aircraft accident and incident investigations.
The manual also provides guidelines on major investigations that can be used, particularly, in the conduct of larger accident investigations. Part III — Investigation , 1st Edition — , provides guidance for the investigation of all technical areas that may have been involved in an aircraft accident or incident. Likewise, guidance is provided for the several phases of an investigation.
Contents addressed include, among others, wreckage investigation, structures and systems investigation, flight recorders, aircraft performance, etc. Part IV — Reporting , 2nd Edition — , provides guidance in developing the final reports as a result of the investigation of aircraft accidents and incidents, including comprehensive guidelines on drafting and processing of safety recommendations.
It outlines the format and content and the procedures for consultation, release, distribution, and dissemination of the final report. Manual on Regional Accident and Incident Investigation Organization Doc provides information and guidance on the establishment and management of a regional accident and incident investigation organization RAIO to assist ICAO Contracting States in fulfilling their obligations pertaining to accident and incident investigation.
A regional investigation system can provide economies of scale by allowing for the sharing of required resources. Manual on Accident and Incident Investigation Policies and Procedures Doc is an implementation tool to assist States in developing a policies and procedures manual for accident and incident investigation. The contents of the manual provide a template for States to modify, as necessary, their accident investigation documentation to be in line with Annex 13 provisions and to standardize and harmonize accident investigation processes among ICAO Member States.
Manual on Assistance to Aircraft Accident Victims and their Families Doc provides guidance on the types of family assistance that may be provided to aircraft accident victims and their families. It discusses the types of assistance that may be provided, as well as the providers and recipients of such assistance.
States are encouraged to incorporate these policies when planning, developing, and implementing their legislation, regulations, policies and procedures related to family assistance.
Training Guidelines for Aircraft Accident Investigators Circ outlines the training requirements for aircraft accident investigators, including background experience, initial and on-the-job training, and basic and advance investigation courses. It also provides guidelines for accident investigation courses. Hazards at Aircraft Accident Sites Cir discusses the nature and variety of occupational hazards and the management of risk associated with exposure to a wide range of health and safety hazards during the investigation of aircraft accidents.
Working at aircraft accident sites has the potential to expose investigators, and search and rescue personnel, to these hazards generated by the damage to structures, systems, components and aircraft contents, will be variable in nature and will themselves be influenced by the factors associated with the accident scenario, e. This circular is produced to assist individuals to consider and apply effective occupational safety management practices both to their own activities, and to the activities of the teams that they work with, or for which they are responsible.
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Gardale Contribute to the development, implementation and proper use of non-punitive safety programmes. Acknowledge and and honour outstanding contributions of individuals. Actions, omissions, events, conditions, or a combination thereof, which led to the accident or incident. The Final Report begins with a title comprising:. Serious injury is defined in Chapter 1 of the Annex.